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  • Age group ; Demographic transition ; Demography ; Economic integration ; Europe ; European Union ; Health ; Social structure ; Spatial differentiation
  • This contribution illustrates the regional variety of population development, aging, singularization and internationalization, the four components of the second demographic transition. Then the social and demographic changes that cause
  • the demographic transition are discussed. By the example of France the interacting components is represented on regional level. - (IfL)
  • 2007
  • Leipzig is one of the aspiring cities in the eastern part of Germany that is today, after heavy losses of jobs and population in the 1990´s, characterized by a positive dynamics in economic and demographic change. By means of an innovative
  • and strategic approach in its city development planning, Leipzig concentrates on stabilizing the positive tendencies deliberately and thereby steer and shape demographic change. Therefore the strategy for the promotion of the city´s economy is characterized
  • 2007
  • The current demographic change confronts Germany with social and economic challenges. Adjustments and reforms are therefore required. Particulary urgent are reforms of the pay-as-go financed pension, long-term care and health care systems
  • opportunities of demographic change with the issue of globalisation. - (IfL)
  • 2007
  • Birth rate ; Comparative study ; Demographic transition ; Demography ; Germany ; Mobility ; Population growth ; Prospective study ; Region
  • With the political debate about demographic change, population scenarios receive a stronger public scrutiny. It becomes obvious that there is a great diversity for such “looks into the future”. That´s perfectly in order, since prognoses are always
  • 2007