Paul Demeny and Geoffrey McNicoll. Volume: 32. Год: 2006.
Paul Demeny and Geoffrey McNicoll. DOI: 1. 307/20058951.
Contributor(s): Demeny, Paul George, 1932- McNicoll, Geoffrey. ISBN: 0878341145 (pbk. alk. paper). Material type: Book Publisher: New York : Population Council, c2006 Description: vii, 288 p. ; 26 cm. ূফীবাদ এবং তরিকায়ে আযানগাছিয়া.
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Demeny, Paul and Geoffrey McNicoll (eds). The Political Economy of Global Population Change 1950–2050. Transnational Adoption: A Cultural Economy of Race, Gender, and Kinship. New York: New York University Press.
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Demeny, P, and G. McNicoll, eds. 2006. The Political Economy of Global Population Change, 1950-2050. New York: Population Council. Goldstone, Jack . Eric Kaufmann and Monica Duffy Toft, ed. 2011. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Himmelfarb, Milton, and Victor Baras (eds). Zero Population Growth-For Whom?: differential fertility and minority group survival. Westport, CT: Praeger; Leuprecht, . .
Paul Demeny and Geoffrey McNicoll, eds. The Political Economy of Global Population Change, 1950–2050. This book seeks to clarify the positive and negative lessons in the experiences of late development under neoliberal globalization. July 2008 · Economic Development and Cultural Change. Dic Lo explores competing theories, with a view to constructing an alternative synthesis that transcends neoliberalism, placing greater emphasis on solidarity and humanistic development.