Working Papers

The International Institute for Population Sciences has taken a new initiative to bring out a series of working papers based on the projects / studies undertaken by the Institute. The main objective of the working paper series is to disseminate new research ideas, theoretical developments and methodological insights to the national and international research community as quickly as possible. The papers published under this series are peer reviewed by experts in the subject. We hope you will find the working papers interesting and useful.
Dr. H. Lhungdim and Dr. Harihar Sahoo are the Editors of the Working Paper Series.

Some Logical and Normative Issues Relating to Measurement in the Social Sciences

Urbanization in India : Trend, Pattern and Policy Issues

Migration and Employment Situation in a Mega City: The case of Greater Mumbai Metropolitan Region

Vertical versus Integrated/Decentralized Approach to RCH Services in India: The Role of Demography

How Relevant Is Neo-Malthusianism in Present-Day Asia?

Prevailing Basic Facilities in Slums of Greater Mumbai

Food Security and Nutritional Status of Children in Maharashtra

India’s Population Issues and Policies: Professionals’ Perceptions

The Practice of Early Marriages among Females in India : Persistence and Change

Freedom to Marry: Constitutional Choice and KHAP Panchayats


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