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Survey of fertility and mortality in Poona District

Vishnu Mahadeo Dandekar

Survey of fertility and mortality in Poona District

by Vishnu Mahadeo Dandekar

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Published by Published by D.R. Gadgil for the Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics] in [Poona .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poona, India (District) -- Statistics, Vital,
  • Fertility, Human

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesGokhale Institute of Politics and Economics. Publication no. 27
    ContributionsDandekar, Kumudini,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB1050 P6 D3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination191p.
    Number of Pages191
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21849468M

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    This paper reexamines the determinants of fertility levels and fertility decline, using panel data on Indian districts for and We find that women's education is the most important factor explaining fertility differences across the country and over time. Low levels of child mortality and son preference also contribute to lower fertility. The constraint on average growth rates, and hence on fertility and mortality, implied by these theories and the positive association of fertility and mortality observed in the historical record, may also help to explain the long-run shape of the demographic transition (Lee and Bulatao, , for example).

    ] BOOKS RECEIVED GAMBIO, A.: Questioni di teoria e tecnica monetaria. Cedam-Casa Editrice Dott. Antonio Milani, Padua. pp. GHOSH, M. K. and PRAKASH. Poona District Chemist And Druggist Association 1st Floor, Kamla Chambers, Budhwar Peth Pune 2 Ph. No. , Chemist Association Of Poona District(C. A. P. D.) ,Narayan Peth, Narayan Chambers, Pune 30 Ph. No , Mithai Farsan and Doodh Padharth Vikreta Sangh. ,Sachapir Street, Camp, Pune 2.


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Survey of fertility and mortality in Poona district. [Poona, Gadgil] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Vishnu Mahadeo Dandekar.

BOOK REVIEWS Survey of Fertility and Mortality in Poona District: By V. Dandekar and K. Dandekar; Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Publication No.

27; Price Rs. 5/. This is the first publication on the work done in the Section for Demography and Population Studies, established in the Gokhale Institute in with a donation from the. Survey of fertility and mortality in Poona district, by V.

Dandekar [and] Kumudini Dandekar Gadgil] [Poona Australian/Harvard Citation Dandekar, Vishnu Mahadeo. Survey of Fertility and Mortality in Poona District by ar and Kumudini Dandekar, Structure and Working of Village Panchayats: A Survey based on case studies in Bombay and Madras by Rao, Second Report on the Poona Schedules of the National Sample Survey () by ar, Survey of Fertility and Mortality in Poona District DANDEKAR, V.M.

and Kumudini Published by Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, [Poona] (). Survey of Fertility and Mortality in Poona District by V. Dandekar, Kumudini Dandekar (pp. Dandekar, V. and Dandekar, K. Survey of Fertility and Mortality in Poona District Publication No. Poona, India: Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics.

o Dandekar V.M. and Kumdini Dandekar, Survey of Fertility and Mortality In Poona District - Family Planning Studies Conducted by Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics (Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics (Gokhale Institute; Poona), Publication No. Datta, S. P., ‘Rodent and flea survey of Poona Camp’, Bulletin of the Indian Society for Malaria and Bask Development Plan for the Calcutta Metropolitan District, – (Calcutta Metropolitan Planning Organisation Cassen R.H.

() Fertility, Mortality, Migration and Projections. In: India. English Language Book Society. the survey round and birth date of the decedent. Calculation of Mid – Year Population The mid – year population is the average population during the first and fifth round of the survey and was obtained as follows: 3.

Fertility Measures Crude Birth Rate (CBR) The number of births occurring in a year per 1, population. The. The direct estimation of fertility (age-specific, and total) from survey data containing birth histories is relatively straightforward. If the data are carefully collected with a validated instrument (such as that used by the Demographic and Health Surveys), they can provide reliable and accurate estimates of fertility.

Maternal mortality is much higher in developing than in developed countries (Mahler, ). This is clearly a function of a number of factors, including the greater risk inherent in pregnancy and delivery owing to lack of adequate medical care; the greater prevalence of infectious diseases, which are cofactors in some deaths; and the higher incidence of pregnancy.

Author(s): Dandekar,Vishnu Mahadeo; Dandekar,Kumudini Title(s): Survey of fertility and mortality in Poona district,by V. Dandekar [and] Kumudini Dandekar. Country of Publication: India Publisher: [Poona, Gadgil] I. PLANNING THE COLLECTION OF FERTILITY AND MORTALITY DATA 6 Introduction 6 A.

Fertility and mortality data 6 1. Civil registration, census, and survey records 6 2. Counts of births, deaths, and persons 6 3. Rates and summary measures 7 4. Geographic classifications 7 5. Dandekar, V.M. and Dandekar, K.: Survey of Fertility and Mortality in Poona District.

Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Poona. Publication No. 27 (). Abstract The consequences to fitness of several types of small age-specific effects on mortality are formulated mathematically. An effect of given form always has a larger consequence, or at least one as large, when it occurs earlier.

By reference to a model in which mortality is constant it is shown that this implication cannot be avoided by any conceivable organism.

International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics 18(2) Barford, D. A., and J. Parices Maternal mortality a survey of 1 18 maternal deaths and the avoidable factors involved.

South African Medical Journal 51(4) Bhaia, J. Maternal Mortality in Anantapur District, India: Preliminary Findings of a Study. Survey of Fertility and Mortality in Poona District, Princeton University Press, Poona (). The figure below shows the relationship between fertility (more specifically, the total fertility rate) and gross domestic product (GDP) per capita (measured in U.S.

dollars) across countries in The total fertility rate is the expected number of births a woman would have over the course of her life. Between March and Decembera sandfly survey was made in Poona District.

The following species were taken: Phlebotomus argentipes, P. var. glaucus, P. papatasi, P. squamipleuris var. poonaensis, P. smithi and P. thapari. The 2 varieties and the last 2 species were new to science and are described elsewhere.

argentipes is found mostly in cattle. and Mortality in Poona District, Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Publication Nr. 27, S. 36 ff. N. V. Sovani und Kumudini Dandekar, Survey of Fertility in Nasik, Kolaba und North Satara Districts, Gokhale Institute of.There it is apparent that the infant mortality rate was declining from onward, while fertility as measured by the general fertility ratio (births per 1, women aged ) continued its decline until the baby boom.

1 The baby boom may have retarded the decline in the infant mortality rate, which essentially plateaued in the s and.Theoretical considerations, largely supported by empirical research findings, confirm the interdependence of child mortality and fertility. At a micro level, it has been found that the risk of a birth is significantly higher following the death of a .