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Bevölkerungsentwicklung in Sachsen: der Einfluss von Wanderungen und Geburtenzahlen

  • Mandy Kriese
  • Anna Montén
  • Stefan Siedentop

Die sächsische Bevölkerung hat seit 1990 kontinuierlich in jedem Jahr durchschnittlich um 0,79% abgenommen. Diese Bevölkerungsabnahme ergibt sich keineswegs, wie häufig angenommen, ausschließlich aus der Abwanderung, sondern aus der Summe aus den Bevölkerungsveränderungen aufgrund von Wanderungsbewegungen und der natürlichen Bevölkerungsentwicklung. Dazu werden die folgenden Fragen beantwortet: Wie wanderungsfreudig sind die Sachsen eigentlich im deutschlandweiten Vergleich? Wie hoch wäre die Zahl der Geburten heute, hätte es in Sachsen seit Mitte der neunziger Jahre keine Wanderungen mehr gegeben? Was müsste in Sachsen alles passieren, um ein ausgeglichenes Verhältnis zwischen Geburten- und Sterbefällen zu erreichen?

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Article provided by Ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich in its journal ifo Dresden berichtet.

Volume (Year): 14 (2007)
Issue (Month): 03 (06)
Pages: 40-47

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