Tag Archives: Population

Aging in East Asia and Pacific

The World Bank has just published the report “Live Long and Prosper: Aging in East Asia and Pacific.” The study shows that East Asia is aging faster than any other region in history, which could lead to a steep drop in the size of its workforce and sharp increases in public spending on pensions, health …
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People in the EU – 2015 edition

Eurostat has just published the report “People in the EU: who are we and how do we live.” According to the study demographic change, together with migration, globalization and climate change, is recognized as one of the most significant challenges that the European Union is currently facing. In recent decades, the profile of the EU …
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European Social Statistics

How many foreign citizens live in an EU Member State? And how many of them come from another EU Member State? How is the risk of poverty influenced by the level of education? Are there more females or more males among the student population in the EU? Answers to these questions and many more can …
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State of World Population 2011

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has just published “The State of World Population 2011” report, titled “People and Possibilities in a World of 7 Billion.” The study provides an overview of the trends that are defining our world of 7 billion and documents actions that people in vastly different countries and circumstances are taking …
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EU Demography Report 2010

The Eurostat jointly with the European Commission’s Directorate General  for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion have published the 2010 Demography Report. The study provides the latest facts and figures needed for an informed debate on the current demographic challenges facing Europe. The European Union, with a population of half a billion, is facing important demographic …
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Social Panorama of Latin America 2010

The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) has just published the report, The Social Panorama of Latin America 2010. Most of the report discussed the youth and child population and considers how differences created and consolidated during this stage of life entrench the intergenerational reproduction of poverty and inequality. The main focus …
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