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Formal Relationships: Introduction and Orientation

By Joshua R. Goldstein, James W. Vaupel

This article is part of the ongoing Special Collection 8 "Formal Relationships"


In 2009, Demographic Research will be publishing short reports on mathematical relationships in formal demography in a new Special Collection called "Formal Relationships". This first publication outlines the goals and procedures for publications in the collection. The guest editors of the collection are Joshua R. Goldstein and James W. Vaupel.

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