Rebecca Kippen
Rebecca Kippen
Associate Professor of Demography, Rural Health, Monash University, Bendigo
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Labor supply prospects in 16 developed countries, 2000–2050
P McDonald, R Kippen
Population and Development Review 27 (1), 1-32, 2001
Ageing: the social and demographic dimensions
P McDonald, R Kippen
Policy implications of the ageing of Australia’s population, 47-71, 1999
The field of Indigenous health and the role of colonisation and history
P Axelsson, T Kukutai, R Kippen
Journal of Population Research 33 (1), 1-7, 2016
The impact of immigration on the ageing of Australia’s population
P McDonald, R Kippen
International Migration Into the 21st Century: Essays in Honour of Reginald …, 2001
Public support for alcohol policies associated with knowledge of cancer risk
P Buykx, C Gilligan, B Ward, R Kippen, K Chapman
International Journal of Drug Policy 26 (4), 371-379, 2015
Population futures for Australia: the policy alternatives
P McDonald, R Kippen
Department of the Parliamentary Library, 1999
Australia’s population in 2000: the way we are and the ways we might have been
R Kippen, P McDonald
People and Place 8 (3), 10-17, 2000
Parental preference for sons and daughters in a Western industrial setting: evidence and implications
R Kippen, A Evans, E Gray
Journal of Biosocial Science 39 (4), 583-597, 2007
Trends in age- and parity-specific fertility in Australia
R Kippen
Working Papers in Demography, 2003
The unusually diverse mortality patterns in the Pacific region during the 1918–21 influenza pandemic: reflections at the pandemic's centenary
GD Shanks, N Wilson, R Kippen, JF Brundage
The Lancet Infectious Diseases 18 (10), 323-332, 2018
Declines in first and second birth rates and their effect on levels of fertility
R Kippen
People and Place 12 (1), 28-37, 2004
Research note: The Founders and Survivors project
J Bradley, R Kippen, H Maxwell-Stewart, J McCalman, S Silcot
The History of the Family 15 (4), 467-477, 2010
Using split-population models to examine predictors of the probability and timing of parity progression
E Gray, A Evans, J Anderson, R Kippen
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 26 (3), 275-295, 2010
What’s love got to do with it? Homogamy and dyadic approaches to marital instability
R Kippen, B Chapman, P Yu, K Lounkaew
Journal of Population Research 30 (3), 213-247, 2013
Whither Tasmania? A note on Tasmania's population problem
N Jackson, R Kippen
People and Place 9 (1), 27-37, 2001
The rise of the older mother
R Kippen
People and Place 14 (3), 1-11, 2006
Births, debts and mirages: The impact of the Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS) and other factors on Australian fertility expectations
P Yu, R Kippen, B Chapman
Journal of Population Research 24 (1), 73-90, 2007
A note on ageing, immigration and the birthrate
R Kippen
People and Place 7 (2), 18-22, 1999
A national survey of COVID-19 challenges, responses and effects in Australian general practice
R Kippen, B O'Sullivan, H Hickson, M Leach, G Wallace
Australian Journal of General Practice 49 (11), 745-751, 2020
The case for parity- and birth-order statistics
P Corr, R Kippen
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics 48 (2), 171-200, 2006
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