Romania’S Demographic Decline – What’S Next
Just like many other European countries, Romania is facing a demographic downtrend that accentuates over time. Despite studies show that the world is getting overpopulated as the total number of inhabitants should rise from approximate 6.5 billion to over 9 billion, Romania’s problem is completely different: Romania has been experiencing a negative population growth for the last decades. This article is modeling Romania’s demographic evolution and presenting an outlook of how the future looks for this country in terms of demographic stability, total population, evolution of average and median age, with an emphasis on the expected consequences of this evolution.
Volume (Year): 7 (2012)
Issue (Month): 2 (June)
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