Professor Řystein Kravdal
teaches demography at undergraduate and graduate level.
He is doing research on fertility and family in Norway,
fertility in developing countries, global population growth,
and cancer incidence and survival.
His publications include:
Professor Řystein Kravdal can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"The high fertility of college educated women in Norway:
An artefact of the separate modelling of each parity transition",
Demographic Research, Vol 5/6, 2001.
"Education and Fertility in sub-Saharan Africa:
Individual and Community Effects",
to appear in Demography 2002.
"Has population growth restricted improvements in food
availability per head, 1970-1995?",
Population Studies, 55, 105-117, 2001.
"Social inequalities in cancer survival",
Population Studies, 54, 1-18, 2000.
"Does marriage require a stronger economic underpinning than
Population Studies, 53, 63-80, 1999.