An intergenerational rationale for fertility assumptions in long term world population projections

Birg H (2004)
In: World population to 2300. Economic & social affairs, . New York: United Nations: 99-111.

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Birg H. An intergenerational rationale for fertility assumptions in long term world population projections. In: World population to 2300. Economic & social affairs. New York: United Nations; 2004: 99-111.
Birg, H. (2004). An intergenerational rationale for fertility assumptions in long term world population projections. World population to 2300, 99-111.
Birg, H. (2004). “An intergenerational rationale for fertility assumptions in long term world population projections” in World population to 2300 Economic & social affairs (New York: United Nations), 99-111.
Birg, H., 2004. An intergenerational rationale for fertility assumptions in long term world population projections. In World population to 2300. Economic & social affairs. New York: United Nations, pp. 99-111.
H. Birg, “An intergenerational rationale for fertility assumptions in long term world population projections”, World population to 2300, Economic & social affairs, New York: United Nations, 2004, pp.99-111.
Birg, H.: An intergenerational rationale for fertility assumptions in long term world population projections. World population to 2300. Economic & social affairs. p. 99-111. United Nations, New York (2004).
Birg, Herwig. “An intergenerational rationale for fertility assumptions in long term world population projections”. World population to 2300. New York: United Nations, 2004. Economic & social affairs. 99-111.
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