Growth and Structure of Human Populations: A Mathematical Investigation
Although mathematical demography has traditionally studied the so-called stable population (fixed mortality and fertility schedules), Ansley Coale investigates now the dynamics of population growth and structure-the changing age composition of a population as birth and death rates fluctuate.
Originally published in 1972.
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