Greene, Margaret E. 1986. “Critique of Determinants of Aggregate Fertility in Pakistan,” by Ghulam Yasin Soomro, Pakistan Development Review, Vol. XXV, Winter: 567-569.
Greene, Margaret E. 1985. Book review. Population and Survival: The Challenge in Five Countries, by Georgia Lee Kangas, in Population Today, January 1985
Murphy, Elaine, Margaret E. Greene, Alexandra Mihailovic, and Peter Olupot-Olupot. 2006. “Was the “ABC” Approach (Abstinence, Being Faithful, Using Condoms) Responsible for Uganda’s Decline in HIV?” Public Library of Science, September 12 View online
Greene, Margaret E. and Thomas W. Merrick. 2005. Poverty Reduction: Does Reproductive Health Matter? Research funded by the MacArthur Foundation. Washington, DC: World Bank, HNP Discussion Paper (#33399). Download the PDF
Turnbull, Wendy, Margaret E. Greene, Jennifer Dusenberry, Barbara Crane and Valerie De Fillipo, with Rachael Pine and Cara Hesse. 2003. Access Denied: US Restrictions on International Family Planning (Case studies of Mexico City Policy impact in 4 countries). Washington, DC: PAI. www.globalgagrule.org
Sai, Fred, Nada Chaya, Carolyn Vogel, Ellen Davis and Margaret E. Greene. 2002. “Family Planning and Reproductive Health Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa: History and Prospects.” Paper presented at WHO Africa Regional Office Reproductive Health Taskforce meeting, October 21-25, Nairobi.
Chaya, N., B. Johnston, R. Engelman, S. Ethelston and M.E. Greene. 2001. “A World of Difference: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Risks.” Washington, DC: Population Action International.
Presentations: Reproductive Health
“Poverty Reduction: Does Reproductive Health Matter?” with Thomas Merrick. Paper presented at Population Association of America, Philadelphia, April 2005.
Keynote Address at “Reframing Reproductive Rights” conference organized at George Washington University, March 2006
“Poverty Reduction: Does Reproductive Health Matter?” with Thomas W. Merrick. Presented at the Woodrow Wilson Center, Environmental Change and Security Project, January 2006. Filmed and webcast live. View the video
National Academies of Science. Education and Fertility—How Are They Linked? March 2002.
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India; and Johns Hopkins University. “Critical Voices and Unexpected Allies: Creative Forces in a New Generation of Reproductive Health Program.” January and March 1996, New Delhi, India.
Session Thinking about Demography: Population Subjects and Objects. Co-organizer with Andrew T. Miller, Population Association of America, San Francisco, April 1995.
Session Observer and Observed: The ‘I’ in Demographic Research. Organizer and Chair, Population Association of America, Miami, May 1994.
“Demographic Change among the Canela of Brazil,” with William H. Crocker. Presented at Population Association of America, Miami, May 1994.
“Language Maintenance and English Usage at the Turn of the Century,” with Audrey Singer. Population Association of America, Denver, May 1992
University of Puerto Rico, School of Public Health. The Use of Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence in Demographic Research. March 1995, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Greene, Margaret E., and Vijayendra Rao. 1995. “The Marriage Squeeze and the Rise in Informal Marriage in Brazil.” Social Biology, Vol. 42(1-2): 65-82.
“Patterns of Formal and Informal Marriage and Their Consequences in the Process of Family Formation.” VIII Encontro Nacional de Estudos Populacionais, Brasília, October 1992.
Centers for Disease Control, “Marriage and Women’s Health: Evidence from the Developing World,” Conference on Women and Infectious Disease, March 2004.