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Reproduction and survival in an unknown world: what drives today's industrial populations, and to what future? The Hofstee Lecture 1998

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The 'unknown world' is today's population of the industrial and post-industrial countries. In the old European demographic regime, economy, (men's) wages, births and consequent population growth were related through the accelerator of marriage. A century of demographic transition has changed all that. The first transition to fewer babies and longer lives has been followed closely by a second one, evident now for nearly four decades. In the course of it old certainties on relations betwe...

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Coleman, D.A.
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1999-01-01
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