3 edition of The demographic situation in the European Union found in the catalog.
by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, UNIPUB [distributor] in Luxembourg, Lanham, Md
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HB3582.5.A3 D46 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||96140869|
The demographic situation in the European Union: Published in: Demographic trends, socio-economic impacts and policy implications in the European Union - monitoring report prepared by the European Observatory on the Social Situation - Demography Network, 15 - Author: van Nimwegen, N., Beets, G.C.N. PublisherCited by: 1. Demographic outlook for the European Union I. Executive summary. Demography matters. The economy, the labour market, social protection, but also intergenerational fairness, healthcare, pensions,the environment, and food and nutrition are all driven by demography.
Today's European Union, with its deep integration spanning a variety of policy arenas long thought to be the sole purview of sovereign nations, is a surprising and anomalous political creature. Neither simply an intergovernmental organization nor a full-fledged nation-state, it has resisted simple categorization -- and has repeatedly defied the Author: Kathleen R. McNamara. As for the rest of Europe, most of the babies being born nationwide were actually full-blooded Europeans, however, the same can’t be said for many big cities across the continent, especially in Western European, liberal countries, taking, for instance, this African baby in a Swedish town, this mixed-race couple in Aalst, Belgium and the list could of examples could be endless for the.
Here, European identity and will to rebuild the demographic structure are visible. Financial situation remains a problem. It is possible that in the event of its improvement, this region will have to face problems that overcome Western Europe (extensive role of the state and political correctness). The demographic situation in the European Union () Pagina-navigatie: Main; Save publication. Save as MODS; Export to Mendeley; Save as EndNote; Export to RefWorks; Title: The demographic situation in the European Union: Published in: Social Situation Observatory, Demography Monitor report to the European Commission Access Author: N. van Nimwegen, G.C.N. Beets.
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The European Commission today adopted the Report of the Demographic situation in the European Union. The Report focuses on three main areas: the impact of demographic change on the labour market, the regional dimension of ageing, and finally, the demographic situation in the countries which have applied to join the European Union (EU).
Get this from a library. The demographic situation in the European Union: report. [European Commission.;]. This paper is the first in an annual series which EPRS will be producing on the demographic outlook for the European Union (EU). Demography matters.
The economy, labour market, healthcare, pensions, the environment, intergenerational fairness and election results – they are all driven by demography. The European Union (EU) has seen its population grow substantially – by around a quarter in. Demographic situation. Austria is a landlocked country in southern Central Europe.
The federal territory comprises nine provinces: Burgenland, Lower Austria, Carinthia, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg and Vienna with a total area of aro square Republic is divided into political districts and 2, municipalities (figures fromsource.
Download Citation | The demographic situation in the European Union | This article is an update of a similar article published in Population Trends and complements the article on European-wide. T1 - The demographic situation in the European Union. AU - van Nimwegen, N. AU - van der Erf, R.F.
AU - Heering, E.L. N1 - Reporting year: PY - Y1 - N2 - This chapter focuses on the recent demographic situation and related population trends in the 27 Member States of the European Union.
the European approach to demographic change and presenting population ageing from different perspectives. Consequently, it looks into a number of key questions related to economic growth.
The report on The social situation in the European Union is published annually by the Directorate General of Employment, Social Affairs & Equal Opportunities and EUROSTAT. It deals with the quality of life of people living in Europe and provides a holistic view of the population and its social conditions as a background to social policy.
The European Union comprises 27 countries with a total population of almost million, of which 16 countries ( million people) belong to the euro area and thus share a common currency. Changes to national borders Because of its internal political structure, Europe represents a complex, historically unstable by: The United States has worried about the aging of its population and declining birthrates, and this demographic shift has reached a crisis level in Europe, where more people are dying than are born in 17 European Union nations and more than half of their counties.
Research released today that compares natural increases and decreases in U.S. counties with subregions in Europe found that the. The European Commission just recently released a Green Paper addressing the demographic situation in the European Union [COM() 94 final] and calls for a discussion on the topic.
This study – which is built on a simple demographical model for the EU – is a contribution to the forthcoming debate, but in. Poland regained its independence in only to be overrun by Germany and the Soviet Union in World War II. It became a Soviet satellite state following the war. Labor turmoil in led to the formation of the independent trade union "Solidarity" that over time became a.
Our analysis helps to further our understanding of how demographic factors contribute to resource consumption, sometimes in fairly subtle ways. We found that the relationship between population size and energy consumption in fourteen European Union Nations over the period – was highly elastic, all else being by: Demographic situation.
Every year, a series of chronicles on current demographic trends in France, Europe, the developed countries and other regions of the world are published in Population.
Articles covering the demographic situation in France are compiled into a report to the French Parliament. Each article can be downloaded in full text. Active ageing: A strategic policy solution to demographic ageing in the European Union Article in International Journal of Social Welfare 21(s1) October with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The Institute is active in many projects funded by the European Union and in the main initiatives that unite the community of European demographers. includes the DOMs in its annual demographic overview and in most of the tables in its detailed annual study of the demographic situation in France.
Total population; The European Union at. Total population.people lived in Europe in In there wereThe population of Europe in was estimated to be million according to the United Nations, which was slightly less than 11% of the world precise figure depends on the exact definition of the geographic extent of population of the European Union (EU) was million as.
Demographic and Human Capital Scenarios for the 21st Century: assessment for countries, EUR EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg,ISBNdoi/JRC The book is available from the European Commission, Joint Research Centre:File Size: 1MB.
This statistic shows the age distribution among the inhabitants of the European Union from to Inapproximately percent of the EU population were aged between 0 and 14 years. European power struggles immersed Germany in two devastating world wars in the first half of the 20th century and left the country occupied by the victorious Allied powers of the US, UK, France, and the Soviet Union in By asserting – at the beginning of this article – that we are witnessing the demographic enlargement of the European Union, it was this prospect that I wanted to indicate.
This must be.“The Summary Table for the European Union from the UN Replacement Migration Report proposes one scenario in which the immigration needed to maintain EU population would be about 47 million immigrants and to maintain a constant ratio between the age group and the over age group from toa total of million immigrants.