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1995
Frankenberg, Elizabeth,  Karoly, Lynn . The 1993 Indonesian Family Life Survey: Overview and field report. DRU-1195/1, Santa Monica, CA: RAND.
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1995
Frankenberg, Elizabeth,  Karoly, Lynn . The 1993 Indonesia Family Life Survey: Overview and Field Report. Research Report No. DRU-1195/1-NICHD/AID. Santa Monica, CA: Rand.
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2005
Schroder-Butterfill, Elisabeth,  Kreager, Philip . Actual and de facto childlessness in old age: Evidence and implications from East Java, Indonesia. Population and Development Review. 31, (1), 19-55.
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2010
Enver, Ayesha . Agglomeration and Household Returns: The Impact of Population Change and Assisted Migration on Consumption Growth in Indonesia. Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Business Working Paper. New Mexico State University, .
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2007
Banerjee, Abhijit V.,  Duflo, Esther . Aging and Death Under a Dollar a Day. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, .
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2003
Kevane, Michael,  Levine, David I. Are Investments in Daughters Lower When Daughters Move Away?. Working Paper. C03-127, Berkeley, CA: Center for International and Development Economics Research, University of California, Berkeley.
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2008
Marazyan, Karine . Biological versus Foster Children Education: The Old-Age Support Motive as a Catch-up Determinant? Some Evidence from Indonesia. Sorbonne Department of Economics Working Paper. 2008.42, Paris, France: Sorbonne University.
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2007
Tampubolon, Gindo . Capitalist Crises, Social Capital and Well-being. Poverty and Capital Conference. Manchester, UK.
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2006
Suryadarma, Daniel,  Suryahadi, Asep,  Sumarto, Sudarno . Causes of Low Secondary School Enrollment in Indonesia. SMERU Working Paper. Jakarta, Indonesia: SMERU Research Institute.
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2004
Frankenberg, Elizabeth,  Suriastini, Wayan,  Thomas, Duncan . Can Expanding Access to Basic Health Care Improve Children's Health Status? Lessons from Indonesia's 'Midwife in the Village' Program. California Center for Population Research On-Line Working Paper Series. CCPR-018-04, Los Angeles, CA: University of California-Los Angeles.
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2005
Frankenberg, Elizabeth,  Suriastini, Wayan,  Thomas, Duncan . Can expanding access to basic healthcare improve children's health status? Lessons from Indonesia's 'midwife in the village' programme. Population Studies. 59, (1), 5-19.
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2000
Kevane, Michael,  Levine, David I. The Changing Status of Daughters in Indonesia. Institute for Research on Labor and Employment Working Paper Series. Berkeley, CA: Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, University of California-Berkeley.
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2002
Barber, Sarah L.,  Gertler, Paul J. Child Health and the Quality of Medical Care. Haas School of Business Working Paper. Berkeley, CA: University of California-Berkeley.
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2002
Sadana, Ritu,  Mathers, Colin D.,  Lopez, Alan D.,  Murray, Christopher J.L.,  Iburg, Kim . Comparative Analyses of More than 50 Household Surveys on Health Status. GPE Discussion Paper Series. 15, Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization.
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2007
Barber, Sarah L.,  Gertler, Paul J.,  Harimurti, Pandu . The contribution of human resources for health to the quality of care in Indonesia. Health Affairs. 26, (3), w367-w379.
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2010
Thomas, Duncan,  Witoelar, Firman,  Frankenberg, Elizabeth,  Sikoki, Bondan,  Strauss, John,  Sumantri, Cecep,  Suriastini, Wayan . Cutting the Cost of Attrition: Results from the Indonesia Family Life Survey. Princeton University, .
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1997
Pongpanich, Sathirakorn . The demand for health care in Indonesia:The Demand for Health Care in Indonesia: A Comparison of Public and Private Medical Services. Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles.
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2009
Bonaparte, Sabrina . The Demographic and Socioeconomic Determinants of Contraceptive Use in Indonesia. Thesis, Princeton University.
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2005
Maralani, Vida,  Mare, Robert D. Demographic Pathways of Intergenerational Effects: Fertility, Mortality, Marriage and Women's Schooling in Indonesia. California Center for Population Research On-Line Working Paper Series. CCPR-019-05, Los Angeles, CA: University of California-Los Angeles.
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2009
Pakpahan, Yus M.,  Suryadarma, Daniel,  Suryahadi, Asep . Destined for Destitution: Intergenerational Poverty Persistence in Indonesia. SMERU Working Paper. Jakarta, Indonesia: SMERU Research Institute.
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2009
Wilson, Shannon Leigh . Determinants of Childhood Morbidity and the Role of Malnutrition: Evidence from Indonesia. Dissertation, University of Maryland.
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2005
Cogneau, Denis,  Grimm, Michael . Differential Mortality and Income Distribution. Bonn, Germany: University of Bonn.
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2009
Korkeala, Outi,  Newhouse, David,  Duarte, Mafalde . Distributional Impact Analysis of Past Climate Variability in Rural Indonesia. Policy Research Working Paper. 5070, World Bank.
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