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Multiregional mathematical demography

Philip Rees

Multiregional mathematical demography

themes and issues.

by Philip Rees

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Published by University of Leeds, School of Geography in Leeds .
Written in English


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SeriesWorking paper / University of Leeds, School of Geography -- 336
ContributionsUniversity of Leeds. School of Geography.
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Other Titles:   Rogers, A, Introduction to Multiregional Mathematical Demography (John Wiley, New York) Google Scholar Rogers, A, “Shrinking large-scale population-projection models by aggregation and decomposition” Environment and Planning A 8 – book is accompanied by a diskette with a general purpose computer program for personal computers, Uniregional Mathematical Demography The Multiregional Life Table Multiregional Projection and Stable Growth Origin-Dependent Life Tables and より   of this book address different aspects of these two dimensions.

PART FOUR Part Four is devoted to a brief exposition of multiregional mathematical demography and to methodological advances gen- erated by the Migration and Settlement Study in methods of life. table construction and in stable population theory. Introduction to Multiregional Mathematical Demography by Andrei Rogers () Jan 1, by Andrei Rogers Migration and Population Redistribution (SpringerBriefs in Population Studies Book 0) Sep 4, by Andrei Rogers Kindle Edition.

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