Vol:36 No.1-2 (2009)

Table of Contents


Professor Karol Krotki, In Memoriam (1922–2007) PDF
Anatole Romaniuk, T. R. Balakrishnan v - x
Introduction to the Special Issue PDF
Zheng Wu xi - xv
Aging and the Necessity of a Radical Reform of the Canadian Pension System Abstract PDF
Jacques Henripin 17 - 36
The Conundrum of Demographic Aging and Policy Challenges: A Comparative Case Study of Canada, Japan and Korea Abstract PDF
Susan A. McDaniel 37 - 62
Immigrant Language Proficiency, Earnings, and Language Policies Abstract PDF
Monica Boyd, Xingshan Cao 63 - 86
Effects of Foreign Education on Immigrant Earnings Abstract PDF
Eric Fong, Xingshan Cao 87 - 110
Canadian Provincial Population Growth: Fertility, Migration, and Age Structure Effects Abstract PDF
Barry Edmonston 111 - 144
Family Models for Earning and Caring: Implications for Child Care and for Family Policy Abstract PDF
Roderic Beaujot, Zenaida R. Ravanera 145 - 166

Book Reviews

Generations and Globalization: Youth, Age, and Family in the New World Economy PDF
Barbara A. Mitchell 167 - 170
Pension Systems, Demographic Change and the Stock Market PDF
Marc-André Letendre 171 - 174
Genders in the Life Course: Demographic Issues. PDF
Susan A. McDaniel 175 - 177
The Political Economy of Japan’s Low Fertility PDF
Carl Mosk 178 - 182
Applied Demography in the 21st Century. PDF
Thomas K. Burch 183 - 187

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