Volume 27 - Article 11 | Pages 299-338

Mortality decline and reproductive change during the Dutch demographic transition: Revisiting a traditional debate with new data

By Frans van Poppel, David S. Reher, Alberto Sanz-Gimeno, Maria Sanchez-Dominguez, Erik Beekink

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