Session 58:
Spatial Demography

Thursday, March 29
3:30 PM - 5:15 PM
7th floor

Chair: Katherine J. C. White, Brown University
Discussant: Nathaniel Baum-Snow, Brown University

  1. Exploring Access to Maternal Health Services and Infant Mortality Regional Differentials Peru 2000Lissette Aliaga Linares, University of Texas at Austin; Thomas W. Pullum, University of Texas at Austin

  2. Explaining Spatial Homogamy: Spatial, Socio-Economic and Cultural Aspects of the Partner Market in the NetherlandsKaren Haandrikman, University of Groningen; Leo van Wissen, University of Groningen and Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI)

  3. The Impact of Spatially Proximate Population Concentrations on MigrationKenneth M. Johnson, Loyola University Chicago; Paul R. Voss, University of Wisconsin at Madison; Roger B. Hammer, Oregon State University; Guangqing Chi, Mississippi State University

  4. A Space-Time Model of Fertility and Development in China, 1982-2000Katherine King, University of Michigan

  5. Do Slums Promote High Fertility? Neighborhood Differences in Fertility in Accra, GhanaJohn R. Weeks, San Diego State University; Allan G. Hill, Harvard University; Arthur Getis, San Diego State University; Sarah Hinton, San Diego State University

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