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Biosocial Aspects of Human Fertility

 
K.B. Pathak (Editor) Arvind Pandey (Editor)
Synopsis The current emphasis on studying intermediate variables in the process of child bearing has led researchers to devise methods of ascertaining them either directly from the surveys or indirectly from related observable facts. In consequence, the study of birth interval dynamics has gained wide interest particularly because of its potential use in assessing the effect of socio-economic factor on fertility. A project entitled “Birth Interval Dynamics in the Study of Fertility: Estimation and analysis” was undertaken at the International Institute for Population Sciences, Bombay, under an award from the Rockfeller Foundation, New York. A Workshop was organized during the Tenth annual Convention of the Indian Society for Medical Statisticians (ISMS) at the Institute to discuss the models adopted in the project and the estimates of various parameters of fertility representing the two important aspects namely tempo and quantum of fertility. During the workshop, it was decided to bring out a volume to document such important works at one place. This volume includes thirteen selected papers incorporated in the proceedings of the workshop. This volume would be of great help to the researchers studying the complex mechanism of child bearing in general and birth intervals in particular.
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About the authors

K.B. Pathak

Dr. K.B. Pathak is Senior Professor and Director of International Institute for Population Sciences, Bombay. He has been teaching Population Dynamics for over three decades. He has rich experience of guiding research in the area of Demographic models, FamilyPlanning Programme Evaluation and Indirect Methods of Estimating Mortality and Fertility. Besides being affiliated with the Institute over a period of 25 years, the Institute over a periiod of 25 years, he has held a numbe rof concultative positions in various Universities and Institutes in India and abroad. He is member of variuos Professional Bodies/Associations in Populationand Statistics. He has served as the President, Demography and Statistics Section, Indian Academy of Social Sciences, 1984; as Vice-President of the Indian Society for Probability and Statistics during 1984-86; President, Indian Society for Medical Statistics, 1991-92, and presently Vice-President of Indian Association for the Study of Population. Dr. Pathak has more than 160research papers to his credit on different aspects of Population Studies including the bio-social aspects of fertility and mortality which have been published in National and International journals. he has authored a number of books and research monographs and is currently co-editor of the biennial publication of "Dynamics of Population and Family Welfare" of Interantional Institute for Population Sciences, Bombay from 1989 onwards.

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Arvind Pandey

Dr. Arvind pandey is Reader, Department of Mathematical Demography and Statistics, International Institute for Population Sciences, Bombay. He has been teaching Mathematical Demography, Techniques of Fertility Analysis, Population Projection, Evaluation of Family Planning Programmes and Biostatistics over a decade. His area of interest covers modelling biosocial processes in general and human reproduction process in particular. He has written more than 50 papers which are published innational and International journals. Dr. Pandey is recipient of several awards, e.g., Young Scientist Award of the Indian Science Congress Association, Malaviya Memorial Foundation Award of Banaras Hindu University for his outstanding research in the area of Birth Interval Analysis.

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Bibliographic information

Title Biosocial Aspects of Human Fertility
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1994
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170188024
length xiv+149p., Tables; Figures; References; Appendix; Index; 23cm.