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  Book The demographic dividend : a new perspective on the economic consequences of population change.

by Bloom, David E.; Santa Monica, Calif.: Rand, 2003.

Subject: Demographic transition; Age distribution (Demography); Population; Fertility, Human; Economic development; Demographic transition -- Developing countries.

Relevance: 22.64%
  Book The Latin America and caribbean population challenge.

Subject: Demographic transition; Migration.

Relevance: 16.41%
  Analytics Demographic development in Mindoro.

by Helbling, Jurg;

Subject: Demographic transition -- Mindoro.

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  Book The World aging situation : strategies and policies.

New York: United Nations, 1985.

Subject: Demographic transition; Older people.

Relevance: 16.23%
  Book Population, social equity, and changing production patterns. _ Latin American and Caribbean Regional Conference on Population and Development (1993 : Mexico City, Mexico).

Santiago, Chile: Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, Latin American Demographic Centre, 1993.

Subject: Demographic transition; Fertility, Human.

Relevance: 16.23%
  Book Global fertility transition.

New York: Population Council, 2001.

Subject: Demographic transition; Fertility, Human.

Relevance: 16.23%
  Book Population and economic change in East Asia.

New York: Population Council, 2000.

Subject: Demographic transition -- East Asia -- Congresses.

Relevance: 16.05%
  Book Population politics: the choices that shape our future.

by Abernethy, Virginia D.; New York: Insight Books, 1993.

Subject: Population policy; Fertility, Huma; Demographic transition.

Relevance: 15.88%
  Book Aging and international capital flows.

by Boersch-Supan, Axel; Cambridge, Mass.: National Bureau of Economic Research, 2001.

Subject: Aging -- Economic aspects; Aging -- Social aspects; Capital flows -- Demographic aspects; Demographic transition.

Relevance: 15.82%
  Book Recent light on the relation between socioeconomic development and fertility decline.

by Sweezy, A.; California: CIT.

Subject: Fertility; Infant mortality; Population problems; Demographic transition.

Relevance: 15.71%
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