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Current History (2011) 110 (736): 184–190.
Published: 01 May 2011
...Richard Cincotta Fertility decline and a maturing age structure typically prove more indicative of future human development … than do shifts toward economic or political liberalization. Why should it be any different south of the Sahara? © 2011 Current History. All rights reserved. 2011 The...
Current History (2011) 110 (735): 143–149.
Published: 01 April 2011
... India demography fertility China Pakistan mortality economy 143 Indian policy makers have a decisive role to play in capturing the beneficial potential implicit in their country s demographic trajectory. India s Baby Boomers: Dividend or Disaster? davId e. Bloom India s population more than...
Current History (2011) 110 (733): 75–80.
Published: 01 February 2011
... Caribbean Brazil fertility Mexico Colombia Argentina mortality 75 The next 40 years . . . are projected to witness a veritable explosion in the number and proportion of older people in the region. Prepared or Not, Latin America Faces the Challenge of Aging GeoRGe w. leeSon The world is aging at...
Current History (2010) 109 (729): 288–294.
Published: 01 October 2010
... Nicholas Eberstadt Russia demographics mortality Soviet Union heart disease alcohol tobacco fertility AIDS 288 How could a literate European country with a traditionally strong technical and scientific base gradually but inexorably retrogress toward a Third World mortal- ity profile? The...
Current History (2010) 109 (728): 244–251.
Published: 01 September 2010
... mortality fertility migrants birth rate gender imbalance 244 China s population is likely to peak less than 15 years from now, below a maxi- mum of 1.4 billion. After that will come a prolonged, even indefinite, population decline and a period of accelerated aging. China s Population Destiny: The...