|Type||Journal Article - Journal of biosocial science|
|Title||The polygyny-fertility hypothesis revisited: The situation in Ghana|
Re-examination of the polygyny–fertility hypothesis, by multiple regression analysis of the 1988 Ghana DHS data, reveals that polygyny has no effect on the number of children ever born; i.e. polygynously married women are as fertile as those monogamously married. Husband's age has no significant role in determining the number of children ever born to a woman.
|»||Ghana - Demographic and Health Survey 1988|