This volume clearly outlines the methods used to study population
structure and change by presenting the major descriptive and
analytical models developed by demographers to investigate the
interrelationships between fertility, age, structure, and
mortality. With illustrations, tables, and data drawn from a wide
range of countries in both the developed and developing world,
Methods and Models in Demography explicates the potential uses and
limitations of the current models for population analysis,
estimation, and forecasting. Its broad yet in-depth approach to
this field of wide-spread concern makes Methods and Models in
Demography an invaluable resource for researchers and social
planners. The book's clear writing, step-by-step format, numerous
case examples, and exercises (complete with answers), make it an
exemplary classroom text for any population-related course.
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