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  • Changing segregations patterns by age group in the Tokyo metropolitan area
  • The A. tries to describe the residential segregation pattern by age group and their recent change in the Tokyo metropolitan area, and to explain the effect of migration on forming and altering this pattern. - (SGA)
  • Heterogeneity in the determinants of local self-employment growth by gender, age and selected industry
  • Disparités régionales ; Emploi ; Esprit d'entreprise ; Etats-Unis ; Genre ; Groupe d'âge ; Industrie ; Secteur industriel ; Services aux entreprises ; Structure industrielle ; Travail indépendant
  • This study explores the determinants of self-employment growth across US regions and by gender, age group and industry. It finds that self-employment growth was faster for women than for men; that growth in the 45–64-year age group outpaced growth
  • in the age 20–44-year group; and that growth was much faster in professional and business services than in healthcare. The regression results suggest that there is significant heterogeneity in the impact of regional characteristics on self-employment growth
  • by gender, age group and industry.
  • Basic population projection by age and sex, 1981-2021
  • Fertility and mortality hypotheses (by age and by republic and autonomous province), changes in the total population and its basic groups (tables by republic and autonomous province) from 1981 to 2021.
  • Changes in the age of farmers in New Zealand, 1971-1991
  • Age group ; Agriculture ; Demographic structure ; Farmer ; New Zealand
  • Une analyse des données des cinq recensements de 1971 à 1991 montre les évolutions pas toujours régulières de l'âge moyen des agriculteurs ainsi que des changements dans la distribution par groupes d'âges des cinq catégories d'agriculteurs
  • Age-specific migration and regional diversity
  • Age group ; Cluster analysis ; Demographic change ; Internal migration ; Migratory balance ; Natural increase ; Oregon ; Taxonomy ; United States of America ; Washington State
  • Analyse des groupes ; Classe d'âge ; Etats-Unis ; Evolution démographique ; Migration intérieure ; Mouvement naturel ; Oregon ; Solde migratoire ; Taxonomie ; Washington State
  • Etude des soldes migratoires par groupes d'âges entre 1980 et 1990 dans les comtés d'une région des Etats-Unis en croissance (Etats de Washington et Oregon). Proposition d'une typologie de ces comtés mettant en relief les structures démographiques
  • révélées par ces soldes migratoires (analyse de groupes). Existence d'une grande variabilité des comportements.
  • ESR ages of Middle Pleistocene corals from the Ryukyu Islands in XIII INQUA Congress issue.
  • Electron spin resonance ages of 11 corals from the lower part of the Ryukyu Group, Japan can be classified into two groups (about 600,000 and 800,000 yr). The result indicates that the lower part of the Ryukyu Group is correlated to at least two
  • of the oxygen isotope stages 15, 17, 19, 21 and 23. Lowermost part of the Ryukyu Group was probably deposited during a large transgression and may be correlated worldwide.
  • Although the crude death rates of the most important causes of death show an increase until 1964, after age-adjustment it is possible to divide these in two groups. The first group shows after age-adjustment a decreasing trend suggesting crude
  • mortality increases appear mostly in the oldest age-groups. The second group consists of mortality causes which after age-adjustment continue to increase. The evolution of the total cancer mortality shows that until 1940, it was dominated by the first group
  • , while after 1950 a switch to the second group can be noticed.
  • Population ageing in Germany and Poland : a comparison of regional developments in the 1990s
  • Age group ; Comparative study ; Demography ; Germany ; Poland ; Population ; Population ageing ; Population growth ; Regional development ; Urbanization
  • The authors show common trends of ageing for Poland and Germany, important regional variations, but also some different developments. In both countries, the process of ageing was well on the way with particular rapid developments in regions
  • of deindustrialisation, out-migration, and population decrease. A major determinant is the sharp fertility decline after the process of ageing could especially be observed for East Germany and Poland. In both territories new suburbanization is connected
  • with the relatively low degree of ageing, whereas 1990s. By contrast, West-German cities had a different development. Ageing was already relatively high in 1991, but the growth rates remained under-proportional. - (IfL)
  • Changing geographies of governance and group identities in the Middle Ages : the role of societal interaction and conflict
  • Conflit social ; Gouvernance ; Groupe ethnique ; Géographie historique ; Identité culturelle ; Idéologie ; Interaction sociale ; Moyen Age ; Pouvoir ; Royaume-Uni ; Siècle 11 ; Siècle 12 ; Siècle 13 ; Société ; Territorialité ; Wales
  • Cultural identity ; Eleventh Century ; Ethnic group ; Governance ; Historical geography ; Ideology ; Middle Age ; Power ; Social conflict ; Social interaction ; Society ; Territoriality ; Thirteenth Century ; Twelfth Century ; United Kingdom ; Wales
  • L'A. analyse les processus associés à deux des mutations majeures qui ont affecté les sociétés médiévales, à savoir les changements dans la gouvernance liés à la formation des Etats et à la définition d'identités de groupes. En se basant sur
  • Age group ; Germany ; Internal migration ; Interregional migration ; Migratory flow
  • The out-migration from Eastern to Western Germany from 1991 to 2004 is analysed. The focus lies on its age-selectivity, i.e. the diverse age-composition of migration by direction and intensity. After an overview on the migration flows between
  • Eastern and Western Germany the age-selectivity is analysed regarding time, sex and space. A simulation of the age-structural effects of the Eastern German out-migration closes the analysis. - (IfL)
  • Age articulation of U.S. inter-metropolitan migration flows
  • Age group ; Cluster analysis ; Employment area ; Internal migration ; Migratory flow ; Origin-destination ; Typology ; United States of America
  • Analyse des groupes ; Bassin d'emploi ; Classe d'âge ; Etats-Unis ; Flux migratoire ; Migration intérieure ; Origine-destination ; Typologie
  • into distinctive patterns of flow representative of key stages of the life-course. They aggregate county-to-county migration flow data from the 1990 census for extended metropolitan regions. Migration rates are broken into 17 age groups for each migration stream
  • The AA. show that if data for functional metropolitan-centered regions are employed, and if origin-destination specific streams of movement are analysed, the age-specific patterns of inter-metropolitan migration within the United States cluster
  • Un champ de tumulus du premier Age du fer à Glandon (Haute-Vienne)
  • Age du Fer ; France ; France, Sud-Ouest ; Histoire de la géographie ; Poitou-Charentes ; Protohistoire ; Préhistoire ; Quaternaire
  • Appartenance à un groupe régional qui semble s'étendre sur le Cantal, la Corrèze, le Lot, la Dordogne et le sud de la Haute-Vienne. (R. Facon).
  • The impact of regional age structure on entrepreneurship
  • Age group ; Economic geography ; Entrepreneurship ; Impact ; Occupational activity
  • Number of urban and other localities and their population (1981), age composition (population by major age group in urban and rural localities), illiteracy and school attainment (school qualifications), activity (population by activity and rate
  • METHODOLOGY FOR SIMULATING REGIONAL SECTORAL EXPENDITURES FOR AGE-INCOME GROUPS
  • Age-sex structure of Slovenians in Vojvodina in the second half of 20th and on the beggining of 21st century
  • methods and mathematics proceedings are used to compare different parameters of age structure (e.g. middle age, index of ageing etc). The paper confirms that Slovenians are one of the oldest ethnic groups in Vojvodina population. Results will enrich
  • Age-sex structure of Slovenians in Vojvodina is elaborated in this paper. Particular attention was given to the period after the World War Second. Identification of tendencies in age structure of Slovenians was the main task of the paper. Statistic
  • Capturing the age and spatial structures of migration
  • Age group ; Internal migration ; Interregional migration ; Migratory flow ; Spatial structure ; United States of America
  • Les AA. modélisent les structures qui apparaissent dans les composantes de génération et de distribution des flux migratoires exprimés par groupes d'âges et selon l'origine-destination. Caractéristiques de la migration interrégionale aux Etats-Unis
  • Age group ; Croatia ; Demographic change ; Demographic decline ; Demographic structure ; Depopulation ; Internal migration ; Population ; Population ageing
  • Emigration has, especially in the last 30 years, markedly negativly influenced the courses of the demographic development of Hrvatsko zagorje. The consequence of such a demographic exodus of the region is a disturbed age and sex balance
  • of the population. the changes of age and sex structure of the population of Zagorje from 1961-1991 are one of the factors that negatively influences natural growth trends and intensification of depopulation.
  • Successful aging auf den Kanarischen Inseln ? Versuch einer Typologie von Alternsstrategien deutscher Altersmigranten
  • Age group ; Canary Islands ; Elderly people ; Migration ; Residential mobility ; Retired people ; Spain
  • of the year are taken as expressions of different aging strategies. The classification upon which the typifying takes place makes use of cluster analysis. (IFL)
  • Age group ; Cause of death ; Demography ; Europe ; Indicator ; Mortality
  • by other groups of causes of death, as well as mortality by age and sex. The changes of the mortality level and the proportion of the most frequent circulatory diseases are analyzed within the whole group of circulatory diseases. The article also includes