Richard Bilsborrow
Richard Bilsborrow
professor of biostatistics
Verified email at unc.edu
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International migration statistics: Guidelines for improving data collection systems
RE Bilsborrow, G Hugo, AS Oberai
International Labour Organization, 1997
3811997
Population pressures and agricultural development in developing countries: A conceptual framework and recent evidence
RE Bilsborrow
World development 15 (2), 183-203, 1987
3071987
Population-driven changes in land use in developing countries.
RE Bilsborrow, HWO Okoth-Ogendo
Ambio. Stockholm 21 (1), 37-45, 1992
2891992
Migration surveys in low income countries: guidelines for survey and questionnaire design
RE Bilsborrow, AS Oberai, G Standing
London (UK) Croom Helm, 1984
2701984
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
2102004
Migration, population change, and the rural environment
RE Bilsborrow
Environmental change and security project Report 8 (1), 69-84, 2002
1902002
Changes in population and land use over time in the Ecuadorian Amazon
RE Bilsborrow, AF Barbieri, W Pan
Acta Amazonica 34, 635-647, 2004
1742004
Environmental influences on human migration in rural Ecuador
C Gray, R Bilsborrow
Demography 50 (4), 1217-1241, 2013
1672013
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
1671990
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
1602005
Migration, urbanization, and development: new directions and issues
RE Bilsborrow
Springer Science & Business Media, 1998
1601998
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
1492008
Socioeconomic drivers of deforestation in the Northern Ecuadorian Amazon
CF Mena, RE Bilsborrow, ME McClain
Environmental management 37 (6), 802-815, 2006
1432006
Rural poverty, migration, and the environment in developing countries: three case studies
RE Bilsborrow
World Bank Publications, 1992
1381992
Farm household lifecycles and land use in the Ecuadorian Amazon
AF Barbieri, RE Bilsborrow, WK Pan
Population and Environment 27 (1), 1-27, 2005
1282005
Consequences of out-migration for land use in rural Ecuador
CL Gray, RE Bilsborrow
Land use policy 36, 182-191, 2014
1262014
Community-level determinants of contraceptive use in the Philippines: a structural analysis
DS DeGraff, RE Bilsborrow, DK Guilkey
Demography 34 (3), 385-398, 1997
1251997
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
1251992
The population, agriculture, and environment nexus in Latin America: country-level evidence from the latter half of the twentieth century
DL Carr, AC Lopez, RE Bilsborrow
Population and environment 30 (6), 222-246, 2009
1162009
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