References by reference code, Republic of Korea

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Reference code Reference
KOR_01 European Demographic Observatory (ODE). Data collection submitted to the HFC by Jean-Paul Sardon, 2011.
KOR_03 Blayo, Y. and J.Veron (1977). La fécondité dans quelques pays d’Asie orientale [Fertility in selected Asian countries]. Population (French Edition) 32e(4/5): 945-974. Data downloaded on 02.03.2015. [Original URL]
KOR_04 Kye, B. (2012). Cohort effects or period effects? Fertility decline in South Korea in the twentieth century. Population Research and Policy Review 31(3): 387-415. Data downloaded on 28.05.2015. [Original URL]
KOR_05 Korean Institute for Family Planning (1978). Statistics on Population and Family Planning in Korea. Vol.1. Seoul: Korean Institute for Family Planning. Data accessed at INED (library) in May 2015 (S3 Xue 1978).
KOR_06 Korean Institute for Family Planning (1978). Statistics on Population and Family Planning in Korea. Vol.1. Seoul: Korean Institute for Family Planning. Data accessed at INED (library) in May 2015 (S3 Xue 1978).
KOR_07 Korean Institute for Family Planning (1978). Statistics on Population and Family Planning in Korea. Vol.1. Seoul: Korean Institute for Family Planning. Data accessed at INED (library) in May 2015 (S3 Xue 1978).
KOR_08 National Statistical Office of the Republic of Korea (1991). Korea Statistical Yearbook 1991. Seoul: National Statistical Office of the Republic of Korea. Data accessed at INED (library) in May 2015 (S1 KS 1991).
KOR_09 Yoo, S. H. and T.Sobotka (2018). Ultra-low fertility in South Korea: The role of the tempo effect. Demographic Research 38: 549-576. [Original URL]
KOR_10 Human Fertility Database. Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (Germany) and Vienna Institute of Demography (Austria). Available at www.humanfertility.org. Data downloaded on 31.01.2020. [Original URL]

The following codes were excluded from the HFC because data were found to be problematic or provisional data were replaced by final data