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  • Demographic change ; Demography ; Germany ; Planning ; Population projection
  • Allemagne ; Démographie ; Evolution démographique ; Planification ; Projection démographique
  • Projection 2015, as a major innovation the 440 counties of Germany were introduced as the smallest spatial unit. The authors describe that the demographic change will continue, but dynamics of growth, ageing and internationalization show region-specific
  • As a central feature of the Spatial Planning Projection 2020, the Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning (BBR) has prognosticated the population in the regions of the FRG. In comparison with the preceding projection, the Spatial Planning
  • 2004
  • Demographic structure ; Demography ; Germany ; Labour market ; Model ; Population projection
  • Allemagne ; Démographie ; Marché du travail ; Modèle ; Projection démographique ; Structure démographique
  • The development of the labour force in Germany is closely linked with the demographic components of the projection model of the Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning (BBR). It shows that the large changes will not result so much from
  • employment behaviour but rather from effects of the population structure. Demographic change is increasing its impact on the supply side of the labour markets. - (IFL)
  • 2004
  • Demographic change ; Germany ; Household ; Population ; Population projection ; Typology
  • Allemagne ; Evolution démographique ; Ménage ; Population ; Projection démographique ; Typologie
  • Private households constitute the second demographic feature in the system of the Spatial Planning Projection for Germany. With the household model the previously prognosticated population is distributed among private households of different sizes
  • 2004
  • Demographic change ; Demographic structure ; Germany ; House building ; Regional development
  • The housing projection of the Federal Office for Building and Regional (BBR) prognosticates the future demand for new housing construction in Germany and is based on a demographic quantity structure in this context that is developed in the BBR
  • in the system of regional projections. The article shows the amount of the difference between the old (from 2001) and the new (from 2003) household projection of the BBR. With the aid of regression analysis, the article reflects the question whether changes
  • in demographic and behaviour-specific foundations, if they are considered simultaneously would lead to a noticeable deviation in the demand for new housing construction. - (IFL)
  • 2004
  • Following a short review of the regional impacts of demographic change and the related policy requirements of spatial planning, the article aims to consider the variety of research projects which the German Academy for Regional Planning (ARL
  • ) is carrying out at present in the thematic field spatial impacts of demographic change.
  • 2004
  • of the population. Demonstration projects play an important role as an actionarea of the Federal Government on that. The article presents the current demonstration projects of spatial planning in the thematic focus infrastructure and demographic change and reports
  • 2004
  • Abortion ; Data ; Demographic change ; Demographic situation ; Demographic structure ; Demography ; Fertility ; France ; Immigration ; Life expectancy ; Marriage rate ; Mortality
  • Nombreuses données récentes. Bilan au 01-01-2004 (structure démographique). L'immigration, en augmentation depuis 1997. La fécondité. Les avortements. La nuptialité et la formation des unions. Les divorces. La mortalité. Vue d'ensemble.
  • 2004
  • Social, economic and demographic changes of rural areas in Lithuania
  • Demographic change ; Economic restructuring ; Farm ; Lithuania ; Rural area ; Rural parish ; Rural population ; Rural settlement ; Social change ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial distribution
  • The article deals with the problems of the economic and demographic situation in the rural areas of Lithuania ; contains a brief review of distribution of farms according to the size and area of cultivated land. Special attention is paid
  • 2004
  • Algeria ; Demographic behaviour ; Demographic change ; Demographic transition ; Demography ; Family ; Fertility ; Population
  • 2004
  • Data ; Demographic change ; Demographic structure ; Demographic transition ; Europe ; European Union ; Population
  • 2004
  • Demographic change ; Demographic structure ; Demographic transition ; Fertility ; Migration ; Mortality ; Population ; Population ageing ; Population distribution ; Population geography ; Population growth ; Settlement ; World
  • 2004
  • Bulgaria ; Demographic behaviour ; Demographic change ; Demographic decline ; Ethnic minority ; Internal migration ; Spatial differentiation
  • 2004
  • Africa ; Demographic change ; Demographic structure ; Mobility ; Population ; Sahel ; Social change ; Society ; Urbanization
  • 2004
  • Abortion ; Birth rate ; Data ; Demographic change ; Demographic situation ; Demography ; Developed countries ; Divorce ; Europe ; Fertility ; Marriage ; Migratory balance ; Mortality ; Natural increase ; Population ageing
  • 2004
  • Core-periphery ; Cultural landscape ; Demographic structure ; Economic structure ; Historical geography ; Middle Age ; Regional development ; Regional disparities ; Rural-urban relations ; Switzerland
  • established, the alpine areas turned into european peripheral areas. Since there are, to a large extent, no cities in the Alps, the development of regional central-peripheral-patterns is rather weak. In contrast, the demographic and economic distinctions
  • 2004
  • Agrarian reform ; Brandenburg ; Demographic change ; Economic system ; Farming system ; Germany ; Mecklenburg-West Pomerania ; Post-communism ; Regional development ; Rural settlement ; Unemployment ; Village
  • and Brandeburg, where village-renewal programmes were launched to improve the appearance of houses, streets and gardens. Beside this the author describes the critical economic and social development since 1990 (e.g. the demographic change, the decrease
  • 2004
  • Atlas ; Belgium ; Demographic change ; Demographic structure ; Europe ; Fertility ; Luxembourg ; Migratory balance ; Mortality ; Northern France ; Population ; Population distribution ; Settlement ; Trans-border area
  • 2004
  • Birth rate ; Comparative study ; Demographic change ; Demographic situation ; Demography ; European Union ; Family size ; Fertility ; France ; Marriage rate ; Population policy
  • Le but de l'étude est de situer la France par rapport au 15 pays membres de l'Union européenne à la veille de 2004. Elle invite à réfléchir à l'explication des différences qui existent au sein de pays ayant une situation politique, économique et
  • 2004
  • Birth control ; Burundi ; Colonization ; Crisis ; Demographic change ; Demographic transition ; Demography ; Environmental degradation ; Ethnic community ; Family ; Famine ; Fertility ; Food security ; Migration ; Mortality ; Population ; Population
  • 2004
  • The aim of this study is to analyze the changes in natural migration of rural population in Poland. Special attention has been devoted to mortality. The time span of the study includes the years 1989-2002. The analysis shows that the demographic
  • procreation. A better demographic situation of rural population is noted in the northern and north-eastern part of the country, whereas it is worst in the eastern territories and in Łodz region. - (BJ)
  • 2004