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New Demographic Faces of Europe

ISBN13: 9783540678014
ISBN: 3540678018
Published: September 2000
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Over the last decade, Europe has experienced not only sweeping political, economic and social changes but also turbulent demographic developments which will to a great extent influence the region, its countries and their populations. The book presents a comprehensive overview of the recent demographic trends in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe focusing on such critical issues as fertility decline, changes in mortality, migration dynamics, acceleration of population ageing and negative population growth. The authors also discuss in what ways concerns with the population issues have evolved in relation to the specificity of national, historical, economic or cultural background and how these issues are being currently addressed and articulated by professional demographers, governmental authorities and broader public community.

Current Demographic Trends in Austria; Demographic Development of the Republic Belarus; Population Development in Bulgaria; Population Development in the Czech Republic in the 1990s; A Review of Some Current Danish Population Trends; Demographic Development of Estonian Population; The Current Demographic Shape of Germany: Similarities and Differences in Eastern and Western Population Processes; Demographic Situation and Population Policies in Hungary; Population Development in Latvia; Recent Population Development in Lithuania; Past and Present Population Development in the Republic of Moldova; Population Development in Poland; Recent Demographic Development in Romania; Demographic Situation and Mortality Trends in Russia; The Current Trends of Population Development in the Slovak Republic; Recent Demographic Developments in Slovenia; Demographic Situation in Ukraine in the Transition Period; Changes in Fertility and Mortality in the Czech Republic.