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UNITED NATIONS NUPTIALITY CHART, 1

United Nations Nuptiality 1991 (Wall Chart)

Series:
Population Studies
7 Feb 1992
Provides the most complete and up-to-date information available on the minimum legal age at marriage for both women and men for most countries. Based on a review of national and international sources, this compilation of data indicates the minimum legal age at which marriage is permitted both wit...
LONG RANGE WORLD POP PROJ TWO

Long-range World Population Projections

Two Centuries of Population Growth

Series:
Population Studies
31 Jan 1992
'According to the medium-fertility extension...the population of the world will be multiplied by 4.6 between the years 1950 and 2150...'. This publication provides long-range projections of the population of the world and nine major areas to the year 2150. The nine major areas are Africa, Latin A...
SEX AND AGE DISTRIBUTIONS OF POPUL

Sex and Age Distributions of Population, The

Series:
Population Studies
1 Mar 1991
This 1990 revision of population estimates and projections covers the estimated sex and age distributions for 1950-1985 and the high, medium and low-variant projections for 1990-2025 for countries and areas generally with a population of 300,000 in 1985.
CHILD MORTALITY DEV CTRIES

Child Mortality in Developing Countries

Series:
Population Studies
22 Nov 1991
Using a well-defined analytical framework and methodology, the researchers present their assessment of trends in child mortality differentials in some developing countries. Detailed case studies on Kenya, Costa Rica, Honduras, Paraguay, Jordan and Thailand facilitate comparison at the regional le...
UN URBAN AGGLOMERATION CHART 1990

United Nations Urban Agglomeration (Wall Chart)

Series:
Population Studies
3 Dec 1990
This chart provides population figures for the 276 urban agglomerations of 1 million population or more in 1990. For each of these urban agglomerations, the chart exhibits estimates and projections of population sizes in 1990 and 2000, the rank of their population size among all the world's citie...
UN WORLD POPULATION CHART 1990

World Population (Wall Chart)

Series:
Population Studies
8 Nov 1990
This chart presents the most salient results from the global population estimates and projections. It provides selected demographic indicators such as total population size, rate of growth, birth and death rates, infant mortality and urban population for all countries of the world for 1990, 2000 ...
WORLD POP MONITOR LEAST DEV 1989

World Population Monitoring

Special Report The Population Situation in the Least Developed Countries

Series:
Population Studies
8 Aug 1990
Detailed report consisting of population trends and policies in least developed countries; results of monitoring of trends in growth, structure, fertility, mortality, migration; current social and economic conditions relevant to population trends and policies.
PROSPECTS OF WORLD URBANIZ 1988

Prospects of World Urbanization, The

Series:
Population Studies
Major findings on urban and rural population size and growth. The report gives estimates and projections covering a 75 years span from 1950 to 2025. It also includes tables datailing characteristics of urban and rural populations and urban agglomerations.
TRENDS POPULATION POLICY

Trends in Population Policy

Series:
Population Studies
This publication describes trends in perceptions and policies relating to population. Individual national profile for 346 nations or states regarding population growth, fertility, contraception, mortality, immigration, emigration and spatial distribution are presented. It also summarizes the tren...
STEP BY STEP GUIDE ESTIMATIM CHILD

Step by Step Guide to the Estimation of Child Mortality DO NOT SELL THIS TITLE REFER ALL CALLS TO VIRGINIA AQUINO X-3186 SALES FOR THIS TITLE HAVE BEEN CANCELLED

Series:
Population Studies
18 Jun 1990
This guide familiarizes the demographer and non-demographer with the estimation methods most commonly used in the various population fields and their strengths and limitations. The reader is introduced to the basic concepts encountered in the measurement of mortality, the typical indicators of mo...