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Europe's populations have emerged from a long period of demographic transition. The old demographic anciens regimes no longer exist. The end‐point of demographic transition is often assumed to be convergence to a new stable post‐transitional regime. Convergence in demographic characteristics...
During an era of counterurbanisation, the continued out‐migration of selected groups from rural areas has largely been ignored. This paper focuses on the nature of contemporary rural out‐migration flows and the relative importance of influencing factors in the decision‐making process, using...
Linkages between population growth, socioeconomic development and agricultural intensification are examined using district‐level data for India for 1951, 1961, 1971, 1981 and 1991. Both cross‐sectional and longitudinal analyses are carried out using multivariate methods. Results from the...
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