By Andrei Rogers
This booklet indicates the effectiveness of multiregional demography for learning the spatial dynamics of migration and inhabitants redistribution. It examines very important questions in demographic research and indicates how the concepts of multiregional research can result in solutions that typically contradict traditional knowledge.
The ebook reconsiders conclusions reached within the literature concerning a number of primary logic demographic questions in migration and inhabitants redistribution, together with: Is it often migration or “aging-in-place” that has been riding Florida’s aged inhabitants progress? Do the aged go back “home” after retirement greater than the non-elderly do? Does longer existence bring about longer ill-health? Do uncomplicated inhabitants projection types outperform advanced ones?
For every one demographic query it reconsiders, the publication starts with an easy empirical numerical instance and with it illustrates how a uniregional specification can bias findings to want a specific, and probably mistaken, end. It then is going directly to exhibit how a multiregional research can higher light up the dynamics that underlie the saw inhabitants totals and bring about a extra knowledgeable end.
Offering insights into the effectiveness of multiregional demography, this publication serves as a worthy source for college students and researchers looking for a greater strategy to resolution questions in demographic research and inhabitants dynamics.
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Applied Multiregional Demography: Migration and Population Redistribution (SpringerBriefs in Population Studies) by Andrei Rogers