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

Birg H (2004)
In: World population to 2300. Vereinte Nationen. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (Ed); Economic & social affairs. New York: United Nations: 99-111.

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Vereinte Nationen. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division
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2004
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World population to 2300
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Birg H. An intergenerational rationale for fertility assumptions in long term world population projections. In: Vereinte Nationen. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division, ed. 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. In Vereinte Nationen. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (Ed.), Economic & social affairs. World population to 2300 (pp. 99-111). New York: United Nations.
Birg, H. (2004). “An intergenerational rationale for fertility assumptions in long term world population projections” in World population to 2300, Vereinte Nationen. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division ed. 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 Vereinte Nationen. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division, ed. 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, Vereinte Nationen. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division, ed., 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. In: Vereinte Nationen. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (ed.) 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. Ed. Vereinte Nationen. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division. New York: United Nations, 2004. Economic & social affairs. 99-111.
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