Richard Bilsborrow
Richard Bilsborrow
professor of biostatistics
E-mail confirmado em unc.edu
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Women-headed households: Diversity and dynamics in the developing world
S Chant
Springer, 1997
6281997
International migration statistics: Guidelines for improving data collection systems
RE Bilsborrow, G Hugo, AS Oberai
International Labour Organization, 1997
3821997
Population pressures and agricultural development in developing countries: A conceptual framework and recent evidence
RE Bilsborrow
World development 15 (2), 183-203, 1987
3061987
Population-driven changes in land use in developing countries.
RE Bilsborrow, HWO Okoth-Ogendo
Ambio. Stockholm 21 (1), 37-45, 1992
2841992
Migration surveys in low income countries: guidelines for survey and questionnaire design
RE Bilsborrow, AS Oberai, G Standing
London (UK) Croom Helm, 1984
2641984
The impact of origin community characteristics on rural-urban out-migration in a developing country
RE Bilsborrow, TM McDevitt, S Kossoudji, R Fuller
Demography 24 (2), 191-210, 1987
2401987
Farm-level models of spatial patterns of land use and land cover dynamics in the Ecuadorian Amazon
WKY Pan, SJ Walsh, RE Bilsborrow, BG Frizzelle, CM Erlien, F Baquero
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 101 (2-3), 117-134, 2004
2052004
Migration, population change, and the rural environment
RE Bilsborrow
Environmental change and security project Report 8 (1), 69-84, 2002
1852002
Changes in population and land use over time in the Ecuadorian Amazon
RE Bilsborrow, AF Barbieri, W Pan
Acta Amazonica 34 (4), 635-647, 2004
1672004
Migration, urbanization, and development: new directions and issues
RE Bilsborrow
Springer Science & Business Media, 1998
1631998
Land use, migration, and natural resource deterioration: The experience of Guatemala and the Sudan
RE Bilsborrow, PF DeLargy
Population and Development Review 16, 125-147, 1990
1611990
Environmental influences on human migration in rural Ecuador
C Gray, R Bilsborrow
Demography 50 (4), 1217-1241, 2013
1592013
The use of a multilevel statistical model to analyze factors influencing land use: a study of the Ecuadorian Amazon
WKY Pan, RE Bilsborrow
Global and Planetary Change 47 (2-4), 232-252, 2005
1582005
Indigenous land use in the Ecuadorian Amazon: a cross-cultural and multilevel analysis
CL Gray, RE Bilsborrow, JL Bremner, F Lu
Human Ecology 36 (1), 97-109, 2008
1432008
Socioeconomic drivers of deforestation in the Northern Ecuadorian Amazon
CF Mena, RE Bilsborrow, ME McClain
Environmental management 37 (6), 802-815, 2006
1362006
Rural poverty, migration, and the environment in developing countries: three case studies
RE Bilsborrow
World Bank Publications, 1992
1331992
Community-level determinants of contraceptive use in the Philippines: a structural analysis
DS DeGraff, RE Bilsborrow, DK Guilkey
Demography 34 (3), 385-398, 1997
1261997
Farm household lifecycles and land use in the Ecuadorian Amazon
AF Barbieri, RE Bilsborrow, WK Pan
Population and Environment 27 (1), 1-27, 2005
1252005
Population growth, internal migration, and environmental degradation in rural areas of developing countries
RE Bilsborrow
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 8 (2), 125-148, 1992
1241992
Consequences of out-migration for land use in rural Ecuador
CL Gray, RE Bilsborrow
Land use policy 36, 182-191, 2014
1162014
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