## Pakistan Development ReviewPakistan Institute of Development Economics, 1975 - Pakistan |

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For this purpose , the estimated probability of survival as currently married

corresponding to age interval x to x + 5 is

them tond . It must . with a single , marr These probabilities are then applied to

each age ...

For this purpose , the estimated probability of survival as currently married

corresponding to age interval x to x + 5 is

**given**by : sp = SP , ( 1 - spyd ) thwingthem tond . It must . with a single , marr These probabilities are then applied to

each age ...

Page 212

4 The estimates , being almost the same for both the years , indicate that with

male on the average has nearly 30 years of expected life after marriage whereas

for ...

4 The estimates , being almost the same for both the years , indicate that with

**given**mortality and nuptiality conditions as estimated on the basis of the PGS , amale on the average has nearly 30 years of expected life after marriage whereas

for ...

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M . Thus = * * x + 1 — * x + 1 - ( - ) M The probability of getting married beiween

ages x and x + 1 is

1 + 1 ( 5x - 1 ) X + x + 1 X The set of age specific nuptiality probabilities worked ...

M . Thus = * * x + 1 — * x + 1 - ( - ) M The probability of getting married beiween

ages x and x + 1 is

**given**by n , whic ! is derived by the following formula : * x + 1 -1 + 1 ( 5x - 1 ) X + x + 1 X The set of age specific nuptiality probabilities worked ...

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accounting agricultural analysis areas average capital changes cities cloth coefficients compared constant consumption cost cotton countries crops demand demographic desire Development differentials distribution districts domestic Economic effect employment estimates exchange expected expenditure exports factors family planning Farms female fertility firms force foreign given groups growth higher imports income increase indicated industries inputs Institute interest investment Karachi labour land less living major manufacturing marriage married mean measure method migrants observed output Pakistan participation pattern percent Percentage period persons population positive present problem production proportion ratio reason relationship relatively reported responses Review rural sample scale sector shows significant social Source Statistical status suggested Survey Table tion trade University urban variables wage wives women