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Demographic challenges for social cohesion: a review and analysis of the work of the European Population Committee 2001-2004 (Population studies No. 48)

Demographic challenges for social cohesion: a review and analysis of the work of the European Population Committee 2001-2004 (Population studies No. 48) (2005)

ISBN 92-871-5865-7
Type of document : Book
Format : Paper
Size : 16 x 24 cm
Language : English
Number of pages : 131

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Demographic challenges for social cohesion: a review and analysis of the work of the European Population Committee 2001-2004 (Population studies No. 48)

Demographic challenges for social cohesion: a review and analysis of the work of the European Population Committee 2001-2004 (Population studies No. 48)

This book reviews the research conducted by the European Population Committee in recent years and offers a comprehensive outline of major demographic developments and their consequences on policy. The study was commissioned in preparation for the European Population Conference which took place on 7 and 8 April 2005 in Strasbourg. The structure of the report mirrors the four discussion topics selected as the key issues during the conference:* policy implications of changing family formation, low and late fertility;* population ageing and its challenges to social policies;* impact of migration on society and policies; and* vulnerable population groups and social policies.It offers demographers, policy makers and other interested circles an opportunity to understand better the importance and relevance of the demographic challenges facing European societies.

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This book reviews the research conducted by the European Population Committee in recent years and offers a comprehensive outline of major demographic developments and their consequences on policy. The study was commissioned in preparation for the European Population Conference which took place on 7 and 8 April 2005 in Strasbourg. The structure of the report mirrors the four discussion topics selected as the key issues during the conference:* policy implications of changing family formation, low and late fertility;* population ageing and its challenges to social policies;* impact of migration on society and policies; and* vulnerable population groups and social policies.It offers demographers, policy makers and other interested circles an opportunity to understand better the importance and relevance of the demographic challenges facing European societies.

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