Click to View: 1. Declining Populations
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Click to View: 2. Population Decline
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Click to View: 3. Countries and Territories ExperiencingPopulation Decline as of 2007:U.S. Census Bureau Estimates and Projections
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Click to View: 4. Births, Deaths, and Natural Increase in Population: Russian Federation, 1960-2007
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Click to View: 5. Estimated “Excess Mortality” in Russia, 1992-2006[Benchmarked against Russian Mortality Schedules for 1986/87; rounded]
Click to Enlarge Slide 5. Estimated “Excess Mortality” in Russia, 1992-2006 [Benchmarked against Russian Mortality Schedules for 1986/87; rounded]
Click to View: 6. Total Fertility Rate of Less Than 2.1: U.S. Census Bureau Projections for the World, 2008
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Click to View: 7. How Much Of Humanity Currently Lives in Places With Fertility Levels Below Replacement?Some Recent Estimates, Approximations and Projections
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Click to View: 8. TFR, 1950/55 – 2005/2010
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Click to View: 9. How Low Can We Go? We Don’t Know!Total Fertility Rates for Japan and “Asian Tigers”, 1975-2007
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Click to View: 10. But we do know fertility rates can turn on a dime…Total Fertility Rate: Iran, 1972-2000
Click to Enlarge Slide 10. But we do know fertility rates can turn on a dime… Total Fertility Rate: Iran, 1972-2000
Click to View: 11. Population Living in Countries Experiencing Population Decline
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Click to View: 12. World Population Living in Countries w/NRR <1
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Click to View: 13. Germany’s Population Prospects 1950-2050,As Assessed by the German Federal Statistical Office in 2006
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Click to View: 14. Germany 2005 vs. 2050
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Click to View: 15. Italy 2005 vs. 2050
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Click to View: 16. Japan 2005 vs. 2050
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Click to View: 17. “Replacement Migration”? Average Annual Net Number of Migrants between 2000 and 2050, per Million Inhabitants in 2000, by UNPD Scenario and Country or Region
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Click to View: 18. Someone Has To Live There“Replacement Migration”: Per cent of post-1995 migrants and their descendants in total population in 2050, by scenario and country or region
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Click to View: 19. Graying Societies: Made by BabiesIllustrative Percentages of Population 65+:  Stable Populations, Coale-Demeny “West Model”, With Alternative Fertility (GRR) and Mortality (LE) Schedules {Population structures with over 12% over 65 in boldface]
Click to Enlarge Slide 19. Graying Societies: Made by Babies Illustrative Percentages of Population 65+: Stable Populations, Coale-Demeny “West Model”, With Alternative Fertility (GRR) and Mortality (LE) Schedules {Population structures with over 12% over 65 in boldface]
Click to View: 20. Where Have All The Families Gone?Population Structure of Shanghai: 2000 (Shaded) vs. 2040 (projected)
Click to Enlarge Slide 20. Where Have All The Families Gone? Population Structure of Shanghai: 2000 (Shaded) vs. 2040 (projected)
Click to View: 21. Will Demographic Differentiation Mean International Discord?
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Click to View: 22. Declining populations
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Click to View: 23. Projected number of countries with deaths exceeding births
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Click to View: 24. Countries with population reductions exceeding one million, 2005-2050
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Click to View: 25. Countries with population reductions exceeding 15 per cent, 2005-2050
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Click to View: 26. Russian Federation: population by broad age groups 2005 and 2050
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Click to View: 27. Bulgaria: population by broad age groups 2005 and 2050
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Click to View: 28. Discussion
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