L'evoluzione socio-demografica della provincia di Ferrara nei 150 anni dall'Unita' d'Italia
AbstractThe evolution socio-demographics of the province of Ferrara in the 150 years since the Unification of Italy. Among the many initiatives developed during the 150 years of the Unification of Italy also included a survey conducted, in collaboration with a small group of students (or undergraduates) of the Faculty of Economics, with the objective of reconstruct (or sketch) the demographic change, social and productive recorded in the province of Ferrara from 1861 to 2011, using Census made by ISTAT. After the diffusion of data of the population Census 2011 has become possible to publish the results of calculations performed on the complete series in relation to the socio-demographic aspects that, unfortunately, starting from the flood of Polesine, which took place in November 1951, not appear to be satisfactory.
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Length: 32 pages
Date of creation: 31 Mar 2014
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evolution socio-demographics; long period; provincial level;
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