30 results match your criteria Bulletin Of Indonesian Economic Studies[Journal]

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Female education and child mortality in Indonesia.

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1999 Dec;35(3):115-44

This paper uses a sample of 6620 women from the 1994 Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey to examine the relationship between female education and child mortality in Indonesia. Female education is measured in terms of both years of education and literacy. Both primary education and secondary schooling significantly decrease the probability of child death, while literacy plays an insignificant role. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074919912331337717DOI Listing
December 1999

The spatial pattern of urban population growth in Java, 1980-1990.

Authors:
T Firman

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1992 Aug;28(2):95-109

"The emergence of fast-growing peri-urban regions and corridors joining large cities has been a feature of rapid urban growth in Asia in the last fifty years. These areas have been characterised by a mixture of urban and rural activities and by strong rural-urban linkages. This paper uses data from the 1980 and 1990 Indonesian Censuses to measure the extent to which this process has been occurring on Java in the intervening decade. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074919212331336234DOI Listing

The changing age distribution in Indonesia and some consequences.

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1991 Aug;27(2):121-36

"Beginning with a discussion of the sources and quality of Indonesian age data by sex, this paper examines the changes in the functional age groups of the population of Indonesia from 1971 to the year 2005, and the implications of these changes for education, labour force participation, dependency ratios and fertility. Data for the period 1971 to 1985 are based on actual enumerations, while those for the period 1990 to 2005 are based on projections. Although the provisional totals of the 1990 Census had been released before the publication of this paper, their breakdown by age was still not available. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074919112331336028DOI Listing

Indonesian migrants in Johor: an itinerant labour force.

Authors:
P Guinness

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1990 Apr;26(1):117-31

"The links between Indonesia and Johor, Malaysia, across the narrow straits have been strong for centuries. Many Johoreans trace their origins to various islands in the Indonesian archipelago. In recent years the presence of large numbers of Indonesian migrant workers in Malaysia has become the focus of media and political debate; it is seen not only as undermining working conditions but as aggravating fragile ethnic relations within Malaysia. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074919012331335735DOI Listing

Putting trained labour power to work: the dilemma of education and employment.

Authors:
N Keyfitz

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1989 Dec;25(3):35-55

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074918912331335629DOI Listing
December 1989

Sub-national population policy: the case of North Sulawesi.

Authors:
G W Jones

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1989 Apr;25(1):77-104

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074918812331335519DOI Listing

The impact of circular migration on a village economy.

Authors:
C B Hetler

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1989 Apr;25(1):53-75

The author examines the economy of a rural village in Indonesia in which a high proportion of households rely on remittances from urban informal sector earnings. Household income and per capita income are analyzed according to whether or not households have at least one temporary migrant, and by the sex and age of the household head. Findings indicate that "remittances from short-term circular migration push many households into the middle and upper income ranges. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074918812331335569DOI Listing
April 1989
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Deployment of Indonesian migrants in the Middle East: present situation and prospects.

Authors:
G Cremer

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1988 Dec;24(3):73-86

"This paper examines the Indonesian overseas employment program. It is limited to overseas deployment through the official channels, i.e. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074918812331335459DOI Listing
December 1988

Urban development patterns in Indonesia.

Authors:
P Rietveld

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1988 Apr;24(1):73-95

The author examines recent urban development in Indonesia. "Analysis of urban developments in Indonesia has been hampered in the past by weak data. Recently, the National Urban Development Strategy (NUDS) project has generated a set of improved data. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074918812331335329DOI Listing

Fertility trends in Indonesia, 1967-1985.

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1988 Apr;24(1):115-22

Fertility trends in Indonesia for the period 1967-1985 are analyzed. Data are from the Indonesian censuses of 1971 and 1980 and from the 1985 Intercensal Survey (SUPAS 85); they concern fertility rates by province, marital status, and for the general population. An overview of the sociocultural factors that affect data reliability and a discussion of the effectiveness of the date of last birth method are included. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074918812331335349DOI Listing

Transmigration: looking to the future.

Authors:
J Hardjono

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1986 Aug;22(2):28-53

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074918612331334814DOI Listing

Accommodating a growing population in Javanese agriculture.

Authors:
A Booth

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1985 Aug;21(2):115-45

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074918512331335043DOI Listing
August 1985
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Links between urbanization and sectoral shifts in employment in Java.

Authors:
G W Jones

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1984 Dec;20(3):120-57

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074918412331334722DOI Listing
December 1984

The growth of urban centres in Java since 1961.

Authors:
J Evans

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1984 Apr;20(1):44-57

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074918412331334522DOI Listing

Transmigration: achievements, problems, prospects.

Authors:
H W Arndt

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1983 Dec;19(3):50-73

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074918312331334429DOI Listing
December 1983

Indonesian population growth 1971-1980.

Authors:
T H Hull

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1981 ;17(1):114-20

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074918112331333959DOI Listing
October 1982
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A note on the equality of distribution of child mortality: Java-Bali, 1950-1976.

Authors:
P Mcdonald

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1980 ;16(3):115-9

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Fertility decline in Indonesia: a review of recent evidence.

Authors:
T H Hull

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1980 ;16(2):104-12

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Buying time: forty years of transmigration in Belitang.

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1978 ;14(3):94-103

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074917812331333411DOI Listing

Indonesia's population in the year 2000.

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1978 ;14(3):86-93

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074917812331333401DOI Listing

Alternative population distribution policies for Indonesia.

Authors:
Speare A

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1978 ;14(1):93-106

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074917812331333271DOI Listing

Transmigration: a new concept?

Authors:
J Hardjono

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1978 ;14(1):107-12

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074917812331333281DOI Listing

The changing focus of transmigration.

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1977 ;13(2):78-101

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074917712331333124DOI Listing

Transmigration: land settlement or regional development?

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1977 ;13(3):72-90

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074917712331333204DOI Listing

Circular migration.

Authors:
G Hugo

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1977 ;13(3):57-66

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074917712331333184DOI Listing

Rapid fertility decline: a comment.

Authors:
T Hull

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1976 ;12(2):106-16

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074917612331332939DOI Listing
January 1980

The Indonesian national family planning program.

Authors:
T H Reese

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1975 Nov;11(3):104-16

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074917512331332792DOI Listing
November 1975

Economic aspects of family planning.

Authors:
M Singarimbun

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1970 Nov;6(3):102-5

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00074917012331331738DOI Listing
November 1970

Family planning Indonesia.

Authors:
M Singarimbun

Bull Indones Econ Stud 1968 Jun;10:48-55

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