Mohammad Jalal Abbasi Shavazi
Mohammad Jalal Abbasi Shavazi
Professor, University of Tehran, University of Melbourne and Australian National University
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The fertility transition in Iran
MJ Abbasi-Shavazi, P McDonald, M Hosseini-Chavoshi
Revolution and Reproduction 75, 191-195, 2009
Fertility and Multiculturalism: Immigrant Fertility in Australia, 1977–1991
MJ Abbasi-Shavazi, P McDonald
International Migration Review 34 (1), 215-242, 2000
Demography, education, and democracy: Global trends and the case of Iran
W Lutz, JC Cuaresma, MJ Abbasi‐Shavazi
Population and Development Review 36 (2), 253-281, 2010
The “Iranian ART Revolution” infertility, assisted reproductive technology, and third-party donation in the Islamic Republic of Iran
MJ Abbasi-Shavazi, MC Inhorn, HB Razeghi-Nasrabad, G Toloo
Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies 4 (2), 1-28, 2008
Fertility decline in the Islamic Republic of Iran: 1972–2000
M Jalal Abbasi-Shavazi, P McDonald
Asian Population Studies 2 (3), 217-237, 2006
Caesarean section change trends in Iran and some demographic factors associated with them in the past three decades
L Miri Farahani, MJ Abbasi Shavazi
Journal of Fasa University of Medical Sciences 2 (3), 127-134, 2012
Family planning and fertility decline in rural Iran: the impact of rural health clinics
D Salehi‐Isfahani, MJ Abbasi‐Shavazi, M Hosseini‐Chavoshi
Health economics 19 (S1), 159-180, 2010
International fertility change: New data and insights from the developmental idealism framework
A Thornton, G Binstock, KM Yount, MJ Abbasi-Shavazi, D Ghimire, Y Xie
Demography 49 (2), 677-698, 2012
Changes in family, fertility behavior and attitudes in Iran
MJ Abbasi-Shavazi, P McDonald, M Hossein Chavoshi
The Australian National University, 2003
Family change and continuity in Iran: Birth control use before first pregnancy
MJ Abbasi‐Shavazi, S Philip Morgan, M Hossein‐Chavoshi, P McDonald
Journal of Marriage and Family 71 (5), 1309-1324, 2009
A comparison of fertility patterns of European immigrants in Australia with those in the countries of origin
MJ Abbasi-Shavazi, P McDonald
Genus, 53-76, 2002
Family change in Iran: Religion, revolution, and the state
MJ Abbasi-Shavazi, P McDonald
International family change, 191-212, 2007
Modernization or cultural maintenance: the practice of consanguineous marriage in Iran
MJ Abbasi-Shavazi, P McDonald, M Hosseini-Chavoshi
Journal of biosocial science 40 (6), 911-933, 2008
Recent changes and the future of fertility in Iran
MJ Abbasi-Shavazi
Unintended pregnancies in the Islamic Republic of Iran: levels and correlates
MJ Abbasi-Shavazi, M Hosseini-Chavoshi, A Aghajanian, B Delavar, ...
Asia-Pacific population journal 19 (1), 27-38, 2004
The Iranian fertility decline, 1981-1999: An application of the synthetic parity progression ratio method
M Hosseini-Chavoshi, P McDonald, MJ Abbasi-Shavazi
Population 61 (5), 701-719, 2006
Effects of marital fertility and nuptiality on fertility transition in the Islamic Republic of Iran, 1976-1996
MJ Abbasi-Shavazi
The Australian National University, 2000
An assessment of recent Iranian fertility trends using parity progression ratios
P McDonald, M Hosseini-Chavoshi, MJ Abbasi-Shavazi, A Rashidian
Demographic Research 32, 1581-1602, 2015
Knowledge and beliefs about national development and developmental hierarchies: The viewpoints of ordinary people in thirteen countries
A Thornton, G Binstock, MJ Abbasi-Shavazi, D Ghimire, A Gjonca, ...
Social science research 41 (5), 1053-1068, 2012
Attitudes of infertile women towards gamete donation: a case study in Tehran
MJ Abbasi-Shavazi, HBR Nasrabad, ZB Ardekani, MM Akhondi
Journal of Reproduction & Infertility 7 (2), 2006
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