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  • A demographic study of Hokkaido and the rest of Japan. The application of the multiregional demographic model
  • Adoption of a multiregional demographic model to study the demographic behaviour of Hokkaido in relation to the national context. Results show a striking high rate of out-migration of young people in the 15-19 years age-group from Hokkaido
  • and a rapid change in age structure over the 40 - years projection period for both regions.
  • Interregional economic-demographic model of the Tokyo region
  • métropole et le renversement de tendances. Il est utilisé pour des projections jusqu'en 1990, en liaison avec des études de simulation sur les effets de différentes politiques urbaines.
  • Population policies and the demographic process : an appraisal of Sri Lankan experience
  • Demographic transition in India : causes, consequences and remedies
  • It analyses four stages in a demographic transition/cycle through figures and tables and came with the result that history of population transition in India has been a function of changing patterns of mortality rates. It also gives the causes
  • Age structure and other demographic indices in Hugli district, West Bengal
  • Demographic transition in Japan
  • Demographic aspects of the Gonds 1961-71
  • Demographic crisis: the impact of the Bangladesh Civil War (1971) on births and deaths in a rural area of Bangladesh
  • The growth of China's population, 1949-1982 (with special reference to the demographic disaster of 1960-1961)
  • Urbanisatie, Integratie en demografische respons in Jakarta: een empirisch onderzoek naar de stedelijke moderniseringsrol in de periode 1961-1976.. (Urbanization, integration and demographic response in Jakarta: an empirical search for the urban
  • This study sets out to analyse the multivarious relationships between urbanization, socio-economic integration and demographic response in Jakarta. Its purpose is to confront the theories and models of the modernization and political-economic school
  • of thinking in explaining the mentioned complex interrelationships and processes. The theories referred to are the demographic regulation theory, the multiphasic demographic response theory and the fertility transition theory. (AGD).
  • The demographic responses to famine : the case of China 1958-61
  • Migration and development in South-East Asia: a demographic perspective.
  • Demographic pattern of the hill areas of Darjeeling district: a study of the census of 1971 in The Himalayas. Profiles of modernisation and adaptation.
  • The A. reviews the physical endowments, especially climate, the demographical explosion and the unstable economy based on agriculture of the Republic of India, always regarding didactic aspects. (C. Kiricsi).
  • After a brief summary of the economy of the countries in Southeast Asia emphasizing their demographic situations, economic geographical descriptions are given of Burma and Malaysia. (DLO).
  • Ce bilan est mené à travers la première publication en langues étrangères de travaux de démographes chinois.
  • Demographic seasonality and development : the effects of agricultural colonialism in Taiwan, 1906-1942
  • Impact of irrigation on the demographic aspects : a case study of a newly irrigated area in India in Eau et aménagement dans les régions intertropicales. Tome 2.
  • Spatio-demographic structure of Patna in its ecological setting
  • Demographic perspectives on Pakistan's development