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Resource Allocation for Family Planning in Developing Countries: Report of a Meeting REFERENCES Akin, J.S., and J.B. Schwartz 1988 The effect of economic factors on contraceptive method choice in Jamaica and Thailand: A comparison of mixed multinomial logit models . Economic Development and Cultural Change36:503-527. Akin, J.S., J.J. Rous, and D.K. Guilkey 1994 The Role of Provider Characteristics in the Choice of Family Planning Provider. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America. Bulatao, R. 1993 Effective Family Planning Programs. Washington, DC: World Bank. Cernada, G.P. 1982 Knowledge Into Action: A Guide to Research. Farmington, NY: Baywood. Committee on Population 1989 Contraception and Reproduction: Health Consequences for Women and Children in the Developing World. National Research Council/National Academy of Sciences. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Demeny, P. 1994 Population and Development. IUSSP distinguished lecture, Cairo, Egypt. Reprinted by Population Council, New York, September. Drury, C. 1990 Costing: An Introduction. 2nd ed. London: Chapman and Hall. Foreit, J.R., J.E. Rosen, M. Ramos, E. Mostajo, and R. Monge 1990 The impact of service delivery frequency on family planning program output and efficiency. Studies in Family Planning 21:209-215. Gertler, P., and J. Molyneaux 1994 How economic development and family planning programs combined to reduce Indonesian fertility. Demography 31:33-64. Jain, A., and J. Bruce 1994 A reproductive health approach to the objectives and assessment of family planning programs. Pp. 193-209 in G. Sen, A. Germain, and L. Chen, eds., Population Policies Reconsidered: Health, Empowerment, and Rights. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies. Janowitz, B., and J.H. Bratt 1992 Costs of family planning services: A critique of the literature. International Family Planning Perspectives 18(December):137-144. 1994 Methods for Costing Family Planning Services. Research Triangle Park, NC: United Nations Fund for Population Activities and Family Health International . Janowitz, B., J.H. Bratt, and D.B. Fried 1990 Investing in the Future: The Costs of Family Planning in the Year 2000. Research Triangle Park, NC: Family Health International. Keller, A. 1991 MIS in maternal and child health/family planning programs: A multicountry analysis. Studies in Family Planning 22:19-30. Knodel, J., T. Bennett, and S. Panyadolik 1984 Do free pills make a difference? Thailand's experience. International Family Planning Perspectives10:93-97. OPTIONS Project 1994 Sustainability of Family Planning Programs and Organizations: Meeting Tomorrow's Challenges. Case Studies. Washington, DC: The Futures Group.

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