Effect of infant and child mortality on subsequent fertility in Indonesia

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Lembaga Demografi, Fakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Indonesia , [Jakarta]
Fertility, Human -- Indonesia, Infants -- Indonesia -- Mortality, Children -- Indonesia -- Mortality, Indonesia -- Popul

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StatementN. Iskandar, Gavin W. Jones.
SeriesIndonesian fertility-mortality survey, 1973 ; monograph series no. 5
ContributionsJones, Gavin W., joint author.
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LC ClassificationsHB1057 .I78
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Get this from a library. Effect of infant and child mortality on subsequent fertility in Indonesia. [N Iskandar; Gavin W Jones]. 9 The Relationship Between Infant and Child Mortality and Subsequent Fertility in Indonesia: ~ - ~ Elizabeth Frankenberg The relationship between infant and child mortality and subsequent fertility at both the aggregate and the familial level has long.

Author(s): Iskandar,N; Jones,G Title(s): Effect of infant and child mortality on subsequent fertility in Indonesia/ N. Iskandar, G.

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Jones. In: Committee for International Coordination of National Research in Dem ography (CICRED). Seminar on infant mortality in relation to the level of fertility. “The Relationship Between Infant and Child Mortality and Subsequent Fertility in Indonesia.” Pp. – 38 in From Death to Birth, edited by Montgomery, Mark R., Cohen, Barney.

Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Google ScholarCited by: 1. Author(s): Richter,K; Adlakha,A Title(s): The effect of infant and child mortality on subsequent fertility/ K.

Richter, A. Adlakha. Publisher: Frankenberg, Elizabeth. "The relationship between infant and child mortality and subsequent fertility in Indonesia: " In From Birth to Death: Mortality Decline and Reproductive Change.

Montgomery and Cohen (eds). National Academy of Sciences. NAS Press. Frankenberg, Elizabeth and Lynn Karoly. Application of a multivariate analytical technique to the World Fertility Survey data for Java and Bali indicates that demographic variables, particularly the length of the preceding birth interval, are more important in explaining infant and child mortality differentials than are such social variables as education of parents or urban–rural residence.

Frankenberg, E. The Relationship Between Infant and Child Mortality and Subsequent Fertility in Indonesia,in M. Montgomery and B. Cohen (eds.), From Death to Birth: Mortality Decline and Reproductive Change, National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington DC.",pp. Furthermore, Yamada () stated that the decrease in infant mortality is caused by the increase in real income per capita in the first place.

Defo () found that child deaths reduce the length of birth intervals and increase the probability of conceiving a subsequent child indicating a positive relationship between female fertility and.

Frankenberg, E. The relationship between infant and child mortality and subsequent fertility in Indonesia. In M. Montgomery & B. Cohen (Eds.), From death to birth: Mortality decline and reproductive change (pp. Washington, DC:. This paper takes advantage of a massive school construction program that took place in Indonesia between and to estimate the effect of education on fertility and child mortality.

Monnier, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 5 Child Mortality. Child mortality, that is death between the first and the fifth birthday, is measured by a rate equal to the ratio of the deaths of this age and the average population in the same age range.(This is different from the infant mortality rate, which is obtained by dividing the number of deaths.

Stimulating interest at the family level is the notion that a couple's fertility is in part a product of the mortality environment in which they are building a family.

Study results show that for certain groups of women, a child's death changes the fertility pattern of subsequent interval lengths relative to that pattern when a child survives.

Sah, R.K. The effects of child mortality changes on fertility choice and parental welfare. Journal of Political Economy 99(3) Vallin, J., and A. Lery Estimating the increase in fertility consecutive to the death of a young child. Pp in S.H. Preston, ea., The Effect of Infant and Child Mortality on Fertility.

Maternal education has a strong impact on infant and child mortality; on average a rise of 1. year of maternal schooling is associated with a % decline in under-five mortality. In the second. 8 Fertility Response to Infant and Child Mortality in Africa with Special Reference to Cameroon 9 The Relationship Between Infant and Child Mortality and Subsequent Fertility in Indonesia: 10 Micro and Macro Effects of Child Mortality on Fertility: The Case of India.

In this paper, we examine empirical evidence for a relation between infant and child mortality and fertility in Latin American countries from to We investigate the relation at several levels of aggregation and evaluate the extent to which evidence at one level is consistent with evidence at other levels.

Wefirst examine aggregate cross-country information over several decades, a.

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| Infant and Child Mortality METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS The DHS surveys estimate mortality rates for specific time periods preceding the survey, typically five-year periods, i.e., years, years, and so on.

The estimates are based on births and infant and child deaths reported by women age as of the interview date.

In this paper the co-variates of child mortality in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Pakistan are compared using data from the World Fertility Survey. Hazard models are used to estimate the effects of demographic and socio-economic variables on the risk of death in childhood.

a sibling death as a child on subsequent educational and fertility outcomes in Indonesia. Using panel data and a sibling fixed effects model, we identify this relationship based on variation in the age of surviving children within the same family.

Our findings strongly support the importance and persistence of adverse childhood experiences. Downloadable (with restrictions). This paper uses hazard regression models to assess the impact of experienced infant and child mortality on the risk of subsequent conceptions in Ethiopia. The purpose of this paper is to test for the presence of a fertility response to an infant or child death, net of the effects of truncated breastfeeding on fecundity.

tential impact of increased contraceptive use on infant and child mortality. The first two, by Martin et al. () and Trussell and Hammerslough (), employ hazard models to estimate the effects of several covariates, in-cluding maternal age and parity, on infant and child mor-tality in Indonesia, Pakistan, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka.

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Economic dependency theory has been applied in a number of cross-national studies dealing with basic human needs provision such as fertility, infant and child mortality and women's social status (Ward,Ward,London and Williams,Wimberly and Bello,Shen and Williamson, ).

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Introduction Family planning contributes significantly to the prevention of maternal and child mortality. However, many women still do not use modern contraception and the numbers of unintended pregnancies, abortions and subsequent deaths are high.

In this paper, we estimate the service delivery costs of scaling up modern contraception, and the potential impact on maternal, newborn and child.

Introduction. Numerous studies have documented an inverse association between years of schooling attained, particularly by women, and reduced maternal, infant and child mortality It has been said that the link between education and child mortality is one of the strongest relationships established in public health 6.A systematic examination of trends in education and child health in child survival health and family planning programmes and fertility Posted By Robert Ludlum Ltd TEXT ID db16f Online PDF Ebook Epub Library the effectiveness of health and family planning programs english abstract the interaction of fertility and infant mortality is well established lower infant mortality can lead.

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Counts of neonatal, post-neonatal, infant, child and under-five mortalities by study factors. Of the total weighted sample of 25, singleton live births of children under-five, there were neonatal deaths, post-neonatal deaths, infant deaths, child deaths and under-five deaths from to in Tanzania (Additional file 1: Table S6).

hoarding effects respond to perceptions of child mortality risk and are enacted via pre-emptive “replacement” behavior (SchultzPrestonMontgomery and CohenAtella and Rosati ). All three effects produce a rise in total fertility following infant death.

In high.The Relationship Between Infant and Child Mortality and Subsequent Fertility in Indonesia: / Elizabeth Frankenberg Micro and Macro Effects of Child Mortality on Fertility: The Case of India / P.N.

Mari Bhat Child Mortality and the Fertility Transition: Aggregated and Multilevel Evidence from Costa Rica / Luis Rosero-Bixby.First, child mortality has fallen so low that the ordinary changes in income have little effect on the number of survivors out of a given birth cohort.

Moreover, it is doubtful that even a large decline in child mortality would have much effect on, family size, for parents are primarily interested in survivors, not in births per se.

Therefore.