Population Research and Policy Review 22: 585–586, 2003. Contents Volume 22 (2003) Volume 22, No. 1 (February 2003) Lori Latrice Sykes / Income rich and asset poor: A multilevel ana- lysis of racial and ethnic differences in housing values among baby boomers 1–20 Chantal Remery, Kène Henkens, Joop Schippers and Peter Ekamper / Managing an aging workforce and a tight labor market: views held by Dutch employers 21–40 Jamie Mihoko Doyle, Samuel Echevarria and W. Parker Frisbie / Race/ethnicity, Apgar and infant mortality 41–64 John Levi Martin, James Wiley and Dennis Osmond / Social net- works and unobserved heterogeneity in risk for AIDS 65–90 Susan De Vos and Elizabeth Arias / A note on the living arrange- ments of elders 1970–2000, with special emphasis on hispanic subgroup differentials 91–101 Volume 22, No. 2 (April 2003) James A. Yunker / Estimating optimal expenditures on family plan- ning in developing economies 103–126 Joong-Hwan Oh / Social bonds and the migration intentions of eld- erly urban residents: The mediating effect of residential satis- faction 127–146 Eric Fong and Kumiko Shibuya / Economic changes in Canadian neighborhoods 147–170 Livia Sz. Oláh / Gendering fertility: Second births in Sweden and Hungary 171–200 Volume 22,
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Published: Oct 17, 2004
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