United Nations Population Fund. 2004. The State of World Population 2004: The Cairo Consensus at Ten: Population, Reproductive Health and the Global Effort to End Poverty. New York: UNFPA. (section on men) View online
Greene, Margaret E. 2008. “Poor Health, Poor Women: How Reproductive Health Affects Poverty.” Environmental Change and Security Project Focus: Issue 16, June. View the pdf
Greene, Margaret E. 1985. Book review. Rural Development in China, by Dwight Perkins and Shahid Yusuf, in Population Today, February.
Rao, Vijayendra, and Margaret E. Greene. 1996. “Marital Instability, Inter-Spousal Bargaining, and Their Implications for Fertility in Brazil.” Williams College Research Memorandum Series, RM 153, February. Revised University of Chicago PRC Working Paper series OSC (PRC) 91-3.
Translation of five papers in Bledsoe, Caroline and Gilles Pison, editors. 1994. Nuptiality in Sub-Saharan Africa: Contemporary Anthropological and Demographic Perspectives. New York: Oxford University Press. (French into English).
Greene, Margaret E. 1991. The Importance of Being Married: Marriage Choice and its Consequences in Brazil. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania.
Translation of Tunisia: High Fertility Stalls Development, for Draper Fund Report (Population Crisis Committee) No. 14, September 1985 (French into English).
Greenberg, Brian and Margaret E. Greene. 2004. “Demography’s Ecological Frontier: Rethinking the ‘Nature’ of the Household and Community.” In Categories and Contexts: Anthropological and Historical Studies in Critical Demography, Simon Szreter, editor. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Greene, Margaret E. 1995. Book review. Women, Feminism, and Development/Femmes, Féminisme, et Développement, Dagenais and Piché, eds. Population and Development Review. December.
Greene, Margaret E. 1995. Book review. Women’s Rights, Human Rights: International Feminist Perspectives. Peters and Wolper, Eds. Population and Development Review. September.
Greene, Margaret E. 1995. Book review. Child Care and Culture: Lessons from Africa, by LeVine et al. Population and Development Review. June.
Greene, Margaret E. 1995. Book review. Contraception and Abortion in 19th-Century America, by Janet Farrell Brodie. Annals of The American Academy, 539: May.
Greene, Margaret E. 1995. Book review. Gender, Women, and Health in the Americas, edited by Elza Gómez Gómez. Population and Development Review 21(1): March.
Greene, Margaret E. and William Crocker. 1994. “The Demography of Brazil’s Canela Tribe,” in The Demography of Small-Scale Societies: Case Studies from Lowland South America. Kathleen Adams and David Price, eds. South American Indian Studies, Number 4. Bennington, VT: Bennington College.
Greene, Margaret E., and Vijayendra Rao. 1994. “A Compressão do Mercado Matrimonial e o Aumento das Uniões Consensuais no Brasil.” Revista Brasileira de Estudos de População, Campinas 9(2) 1992.
Jacobs, Jerry A., and Margaret E. Greene. 1994. “Race and Ethnicity, Social Class and Schooling in 1910.” In Watkins, Susan, Ed., After Ellis Island: The Immigrant Experience in America. New York: The Russell Sage Foundation.
Greene, Margaret E. 1993. Book review. Istanbul Households: Marriage, Family and Fertility, 1880-1940, by Alan Duben and Cem Behar. The Annals 526: March.
Greene, Margaret E. 1987. “Intercensal Change and the Indirect Estimation of Mortality: The Case of Pakistan,” in Pakistan Development Review, Vol. XXVI, Winter: 569-582.
“Beyond the Malthusian Legacy: A Demographic Approach to Social Ecology,” with Brian Greenberg, paper presented at International Union for the Scientific Study of Population Congress, August 2001, Salvador da Bahia, Brazil.
“Demography’s Ecological Frontier: Rethinking the ‘Nature’ of the Household and Community,” with Brian Greenberg. International Union for the Scientific Study of Population meeting on Social Categories in Population Studies. Cairo, Egypt, September 1999.
“A Moral Ecology of Sex Ratios: The Linked Fate of Females in Household and Livestock Economies,” with Brian Greenberg. Population Association of America, Chicago, April 1998.