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Crisis y problemas demográficos en España desde el Antiguo Régimen hasta el presente

  • Vicente Pérez-Moreda


    (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)

  • Fernando Collantes

    (Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain)

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    El trabajo analiza las crisis demográficas españolas desde una perspectiva de largo plazo que cubre el Antiguo Régimen y la edad contemporánea. Para el Antiguo Régimen, se consideran las crisis de mortalidad: alzas bruscas de las defunciones que conducían a fuertes descensos de la población en las localidades y comarcas afectadas. Para el periodo contemporáneo, durante el cual las crisis de mortalidad fueron remitiendo (si bien de manera muy gradual, ya que persistieron durante el siglo XIX y comienzos del XX), se analizan los procesos de despoblación rural y provincial impulsados por movimientos migratorios; también se presta atención a las implicaciones económicas que la reciente tendencia hacia el envejecimiento poblacional podría tener a lo largo de la primera mitad del siglo XXI

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    Date of creation: Sep 2012
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