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Contraceptive Transition Theories: Models for contemporary patterns of use

Chair (s) 
John Casterline (Ohio State University)
Ann Biddlecom (Independent Researcher)
Suzana Cavenaghi (Independent Researcher)
Jamaica Corker (The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation)
Nathalie Sawadogo (Université Joseph Ki-Zerbo, ISSP)
Allen Kabagenyi (Makerere University, Institute of Statistics And Applied Economics,)
Chander Shekhar (International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS))
Council Liaison 
Irene Casique Rodríguez (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
IUSSP Secretariat 
Paul Monet (International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP))
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This Scientific Panel will examine levels, trends, and sub-national differentials in modern contraceptive use in contemporary Asian, African and Latin American settings, exploring to what extent universal patterns exist (as against country-specific patterns) and considering the factors that account for societal similarities and differences. 


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