Publications

The searchable list below includes peer-reviewed publications by CPC fellows, predoctoral trainees, postdoctoral scholars, and professional staff during the period of 2004 - present. 

Additional publications by our research projects and their collaborative communities may be found on their respective web sites such as:


Hayford, Sarah R.; & Morgan, S. Philip. (2008). The Quality of Retrospective Data on Cohabitation. Demography, 45(1), 129-41. PMCID: PMC2722926

Parrado, Emilio A.; & Morgan, S. Philip. (2008). Intergenerational Fertility among Hispanic Women: New Evidence of Immigrant Assimilation. Demography, 45(3), 651-71. PMCID: PMC2782440

Miranda, Marie Lynn; Kim, Dohyeong; Galeano, M. Alicia Overstreet; Paul, Christopher J.; Hull, Andrew P.; & Morgan, S. Philip. (2007). The Relationship between Early Childhood Blood Lead Levels and Performance on End-of-Grade Tests. Environmental Health Perspectives, 115(8), 1242-7. PMCID: PMC1940087

Rindfuss, Ronald R.; Guilkey, David K.; Morgan, S. Philip; Kravdal, Øystein; & Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. (2007). Child Care Availability and First-Birth Timing in Norway. Demography, 44(2), 345-72. PMCID: PMC2917182

Morgan, S. Philip; & Taylor, Miles G. (2006). Low Fertility at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century. Annual Review of Sociology, 32, 375-99. PMCID: PMC2849172

Dharmalingam, Arunachalam; Navaneetham, Kannan; & Morgan, S. Philip. (2005). Muslim-Hindu Fertility Differences: Evidence from National Family Health Survey-II. Economic and Political Weekly, 40(5), 429-36.

Hagewen, Kellie J.; & Morgan, S. Philip. (2005). Intended and Ideal Family Size in the United States, 1970–2002. Population and Development Review, 31(3), 507-27. PMCID: PMC2849141

Morgan, S. Philip; & Hagewen, Kellie J. (2005). Fertility. In Poston, Dudley L., Jr. & Micklin, Michael (Eds.), Handbook of Population (pp. 229-49). New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.

Morgan, S. Philip; & Hagewen, Kellie J. (2005). Is Very Low Fertility Inevitable in America? Insights and Forecasts from an Integrative Model of Fertility. In Booth, Alan, Crouter, Ann C. & Crouter, Ann C. (Eds.), The New Population Problem: Why Families in Developed Countries Are Shrinking and What It Means (pp. 3-28). Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Morgan, S. Philip; Shanahan, Suzanne; & Welsh, Whitney E. (2005). Brave New Worlds: Philosophy, Politics, and Science in Human Biotechnology. Population and Development Review, 31(1), 127-44.

Seltzer, Judith A.; Bachrach, Christine A.; Bianchi, Suzanne M.; Bledsoe, Caroline H.; Casper, Lynne M.; Chase-Lansdale, P. Lindsay; DiPrete, Thomas A.; Hotz, V. Joseph; Morgan, S. Philip; Sanders, Seth G.; & Thomas, Duncan C. (2005). Explaining Family Change and Variation: Challenges for Family Demographers. Journal of Marriage and Family, 67(4), 908-25. PMCID: PMC2849145

Dharmalingam, Arunachalam; & Morgan, S. Philip. (2004). Pervasive Muslim-Hindu Fertility Differences in India. Demography, 41(3), 529-45.

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