World Population Growth and Aging: Demographic Trends in the Late Twentieth Century Nathan Keyfitz

ISBN: 9780226432373

Published: January 7th 1991

Hardcover

616 pages


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World Population Growth and Aging: Demographic Trends in the Late Twentieth Century  by  Nathan Keyfitz

World Population Growth and Aging: Demographic Trends in the Late Twentieth Century by Nathan Keyfitz
January 7th 1991 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 616 pages | ISBN: 9780226432373 | 4.25 Mb

Drawing data from official sources in 60 countries, as well as from the United Nations and the World Bank, this compendium of statistical information on population, fertility, and mortality treats every one of the UN-recognized countries in at leastMoreDrawing data from official sources in 60 countries, as well as from the United Nations and the World Bank, this compendium of statistical information on population, fertility, and mortality treats every one of the UN-recognized countries in at least summary form. With data from 1950 onward and projections through 2020, this volume extends the dataset of Nathan Keyfitz and Wilhelm Fliegers landmark work, World Population: An Analysis of Vital Data (1968), with virtually no overlap.All the life tables, standardized rates, and projections have been generated by uniform methods to ensure easy comparison among countries.

More than 800 charts provide a foundation for analyzing the radical demographic changes now taking place: the historic lows of fertility in Germany and other industrial countries, Africas persistently high fertility, and the worldwide extension of life expectancy. The product of cautious and painstaking labor, this work promises to be an important resource for further demographic research as well as a valuable comparative resource for studies of the status of global social welfare and the environment.



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