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Policy implications of demographic change: panel discussion: recent demographic achievements and the challenges ahead

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The last century, the twentieth century, has been the most revolutionary, the most unparalleled in human history, in terms of demographic events, and it is likely to retain that distinction into the future.

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  • Joseph Chamie, 2001. "Policy implications of demographic change: panel discussion: recent demographic achievements and the challenges ahead," Conference Series ; [Proceedings], Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, vol. 46, pages 281-288.
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