Barnabas; Hoos, Janos. Population issues in the 21st
century. [Nepesedes a XXI. szazadban.] Statisztikai Szemle, Vol.
68, No. 4-5, Apr-May 1990. 315-24 pp. Budapest, Hungary. In Hun. with
sum. in Eng; Rus.
"The article reports on the International Population Forum organized by the United Nations Population Fund held in Amsterdam from 6 to 9 November 1989. The authors analyse the world population problems within this framework. The population changes and related demands, environmental problems, the development of national population policies, the necessity of improving women's conditions, unemployment, the participation of the population in the realization of population policy tasks as well as the mobilization of the necessary financial sources are discussed. Finally, the article deals with the 'Amsterdam Declaration' adopted by the Forum."
Location: Princeton University Library (SPR).
56:30766 Council of
Europe. European Population Committee (Strasbourg, France).
Recent demographic developments in the member states of the Council
of Europe. ISBN 92-871-1814-0. 1990. 229 pp. Strasbourg, France.
In Eng; Fre.
"The present document was prepared by the members of the 'European Population Committee', the Council of Europe's intergovernmental body entrusted with demographic matters (CDPO). National reports and data from the member states served as background documents for an exchange of views on recent demographic developments at the CDPO's 9th plenary meeting in June 1989...[and were compiled into this] volume of up-to-date demographic data....The reports submitted by member states are in two parts: the first is a short descriptive text in which each country comments selectively on aspects of demographic changes which seem to be of particular importance. The second part consists of a set of tables of demographic data from national statistics, which were completed as far as the availability of data in the different countries permits." Tables in English and French include data on population age structure and density, dependency ratios and demographic aging, changes in population size, first marriage rate and divorce rate, birth rate, total fertility rate and net reproduction rate, age at childbirth and first marriage, death rate, infant mortality, and life expectancy.
Correspondence: Council of Europe, Publications and Documents Division, F-67006 Strasbourg CEDEX, France. Location: Princeton University Library (SPR).
Institut National d'Etudes Demographiques [INED] (Paris,
France). The demographic situation in France and the
Soviet Union. Proceedings of the First Franco-Soviet Demographic
Congress (INED, Paris, October 1984). [La situation demographique
en France et en Union Sovietique. Actes du 1er Colloque
Franco-Sovietique de Demographie (INED, Paris, octobre 1984).] Congres
et Colloques, No. 1, ISBN 2-7332-4001-3. 1989. 275, 22 pp. Paris,
France. In Fre.
These are the proceedings of the first Franco-Soviet demographic conference, which was held in September 1983. The volume includes 16 papers by various French and Soviet demographers on aspects of demographic trends in France and the USSR since World War II. The topics concerning the USSR include changes in age distribution since 1958, fertility, internal migration, family structure, the demography of the Asian republics, the application of sociological methods to the study of demography, and adaptation of migrants to the climate of the Far North. The topics concerning France are similar, with appropriate regional issues included.
Correspondence: Institut National d'Etudes Demographiques, 27 rue du Commandeur, 75675 Paris Cedex 14, France. Location: Institut National d'Etudes Demographiques, Paris, France.
International Union for the Scientific Study of Population
[IUSSP] (Liege, Belgium). International Population
Conference, New Delhi, September 20-27, 1989. [Congres
International de la Population, New Delhi, septembre 20-27, 1989.] Vol.
3, ISBN 2-87108-019-3. 1989. 463 pp. Liege, Belgium. In Eng; Fre.
This is the third of three volumes of papers presented at the twenty-first conference of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), held in New Delhi, India, in September 1989. The papers, which are mostly in English with some in French, cover a broad range of population issues. Papers in this volume are organized under these topics: demographic aspects of planning for health, education, and employment; economic and social aspects of aging; changing family structure and life courses; marriage systems and demographic change; public choice and population policy; demographic trends and issues in developed countries; anthropological demography; the peopling of the continents; and priority needs for the development of demography.
Selected items will be cited in this or subsequent issues of Population Index.
For Volumes 1 and 2, also published in 1989, see 56:10758 and 20717.
Correspondence: IUSSP, 34 rue des Augustins, 4000 Liege, Belgium. Location: Princeton University Library (SPR).
Rainer; Thill-Thouet, Lydia; Stark, Ulrich. Population
trends and population theory in the past and present: German Society
for Demography, twenty-first conference. [Bevolkerungsentwicklung
und Bevolkerungstheorie in Geschichte und Gegenwart: Deutsche
Gesellschaft fur Bevolkerungswissenschaft, 21. Arbeitstagung.] ISBN
3-593-34158-1. 1989. 337 pp. Campus: New York, New York/Frankfurt am
Main, Germany, Federal Republic 0f. In Eng; Ger.
This publication contains 16 papers presented at the twenty-first meeting of the German Society for Demography, held in 1987 in Berlin, Federal Republic of Germany. Four main topics are covered: the practical significance of the historical development of population theory; the beginnings of demography and population statistics in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries; demography and population statistics at the beginning of the twentieth century; and the tasks and concepts of demography today. The geographic focus is on Germany and other European countries. One of the papers is in English.
Correspondence: Campus Verlag, Myliusstrasse 15, 6000 Frankfurt am Main, Federal Republic of Germany. Location: New York Public Library.