|Statement||Farasat Ali Siddiqui.|
|LC Classifications||HB1680.U87 S56 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 298 p. :|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||84900301|
Forrest D. Wright, in Researching Developing Countries, User Guide. Users can view the results of the CPI as an interactive map or by rankings in a table. Users can also download regional country comparisons in PDF or JPG format, or read topical reports in the “ Regional Analysis ” section. Users can also download the raw CPI data in Excel format, including methodology descriptions. Population ageing is a major demographic challenge for humanity. Since population structures evolve slowly and predictably, the demographic, economic, environmental, and social problems of ageing have been anticipated and discussed for many decades.1 Yet the focus of these discussions has always been the elderly population, with elderly people often defined as those older than a threshold—eg Cited by: 2. Population structure is the composition of a given population, which is broken down into categories such as age and gender. Population structure can be used to categorize populations into many subsections and demonstrate population demographics on a local, regional or national scale. Regional population structures at a glance Population ageing is a major demo graphic challenge for humanity. Since population structures evolve slowly and predictably, the demo graphic, economic, environmental, and social problems of ageing have been anticipated and discussed for many decades.1 Yet the focus of these discussions has always been.
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