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Guy Stecklov
Guy Stecklov
Department of Sociology, UBC
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Socioeconomic status and class in studies of fertility and health in developing countries
KA Bollen, JL Glanville, G Stecklov
Annual Review of Sociology, 153-185, 2001
3632001
Economic status proxies in studies of fertility in developing countries: Does the measure matter?
K Bollen, J Granville, G Stecklov
Population Studies 56 (1), 81-96, 2002
2622002
Domestic and international migration from rural Mexico: Disaggregating the effects of network structure and composition
B Davis, G Stecklov, P Winters
Population Studies 56 (3), 291-309, 2002
2582002
Unintended effects of poverty programmes on childbearing in less developed countries: Experimental evidence from Latin America
G Stecklov, P Winters, J Todd, F Regalia
Population Studies 61 (2), 125-140, 2007
230*2007
“Do Conditional Cash Transfers Influence Migration? A Study Using Experimental Data from the Mexican Progresa Program”
G Stecklov, P Winters, M Stampini, B Davis
Demography 42 (4), 769-790, 2005
2192005
Socio-economic status, permanent income, and fertility: A latent-variable approach
KA Bollen, JL Glanville, G Stecklov
Population Studies 61 (1), 15-34, 2007
2062007
Defining health inequality: why Rawls succeeds where social welfare theory fails
A Bommier, G Stecklov
Journal of health economics 21 (3), 497-513, 2002
1212002
Societal Responses to Terrorist Attacks
S Spilerman, G Stecklov
Annual Review of Sociology 35, 167-189, 2009
1202009
From Patrick to John F. Ethnic names and occupational success in the last era of mass migration
JR Goldstein, G Stecklov
American Sociological Review 81 (1), 85-106, 2016
1012016
Gender and migration from Albania
G Stecklov, C Carletto, C Azzarri, B Davis
Demography 47 (4), 935-961, 2010
92*2010
Intergenerational resource flows in Côte d'Ivoire: empirical analysis of aggregate flows
G Stecklov
Population and Development Review, 525-553, 1997
691997
Evaluating the impact of conditional cash transfer programs on fertility: the case of the Red de Protección Social in Nicaragua
JE Todd, P Winters, G Stecklov
Journal of Population Economics 25, 267-290, 2012
612012
Terror attacks influence driving behavior in Israel
G Stecklov, JR Goldstein
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of …, 2004
612004
Evaluating the economic returns to childbearing in Côte d'Ivoire
G Stecklov
Population Studies 53 (1), 1-17, 1999
561999
Terror and the Costs of Crime
ED Gould, G Stecklov
Journal of Public Economics 93 (11-12), 1175-1188, 2009
492009
Rural/urban population age and sex composition in sub-Saharan Africa 1980–2015
A Menashe-Oren, G Stecklov
Population and development review, 7-35, 2018
43*2018
Urban–rural disparities in adult mortality in sub-Saharan Africa
A Menashe-Oren, G Stecklov
Demographic Research 39, 136-176, 2018
332018
A test of the stranger-interviewer norm in the Dominican Republic
M Sana, G Stecklov, AA Weinreb
Population studies 70 (1), 73-92, 2016
30*2016
Maternal mortality estimation: separating pregnancy-related and non-pregnancy-related risks
G Stecklov
Studies in family planning, 33-38, 1995
291995
Household Structure and Short‐Run Economic Change in Nicaragua
P Winters, G Stecklov, J Todd
Journal of Marriage and Family 71 (3), 708-726, 2009
28*2009
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