Caribbean population dynamics emigration and fertility challenges : Conference of Caribbean Parliamentarians on Population and Development, Heywoods, Barbados, June 14-15, 1985 by J. P. Guengant

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  • Fertility, Human -- Caribbean Area.,
  • Caribbean Area -- Population.,
  • Caribbean Area -- Emigration and immigration.

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Bibliography: p. 99-102.

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StatementJean-Pierre Guengant ; with collaboration of Dawn I. Marshall.
ContributionsMarshall, Dawn I., Conference of Caribbean Parliamentarians on Population and Development (1985 : Barbados)
LC ClassificationsHB3545 .G84 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination107 p. :
Number of Pages107
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2755012M
LC Control Number86108091

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