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World Population Policies

Their Origin, Evolution, and Impact

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        StatementSpringer Netherlands
        PublishersSpringer Netherlands
        LC Classifications2012
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        Paginationxvi, 62 p. :
        Number of Pages82
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The book provides numerous concrete examples from all over the world, and show how population policies are actually implemented and what have been their successes as well as their constraints. Population control is the primary condition for the establishment of a progressive society. This is followed by a description of the internationalization of the debate on population issues and the transformation of these programs into more formal population policies, particularly in the developing countries.

John Bongaarts, PhD; Vice President and Distinguished Scholar, The Population Council, New York, NY "Demography, like economics, is a discipline of cold precision. To Start receiving timely alerts please follow the below steps:• It is imperative policy makers read World Population Policies Population Policies: Their Origin, Evolution, and Impact. '' People having more than two children in Uttar Pradesh will be debarred from contesting local bodies polls, applying for government jobs or receiving any kind of subsidy, says a draft of a population control bill put up on the state law World Population Policies website.

Click on the Menu icon of the browser, it opens up a list of options. Best Sellers Rank: 4,932,263 in Books• Then, it reviews the early efforts to reduce mortality and fertility in the developing countries.

Malcolm Potts, MB, BChir, PhD, FRCOG; Bixby Professor Population and Family Planning, University of California, Berkeley, CA "Wide ranging and thorough, yet remarkably accessible for the non-expert, May's book is a stellar account of the state of our human population today. eBook ISBN 978-94-007-2837-0 DOI 10. It begins by summarizing the demographic situation around the world, with an emphasis on population policies and their underlying theories.

… the author has written an informative survey of a complex, multidimensional topic. It also explores the way forward and future prospects for population policies over the next decades.

Demography students and researchers who are interested in applying knowledge on population trends and prospects in designing and evaluating public policies will find this an invaluable reference work.

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It presents scholarship at its best. Suggestions have been invited from the public to improve the draft bill and July 19 is the last World Population Policies for it. Government interventions aimed at minimizing unfavorable demographic developments have often been contentious.

He was posted in Haiti, West Indies, and New Caledonia, South Pacific for the United Nations. The provision of this legislation shall apply to a married couple where the boy is not less than 21 years of age and the girl is not less than 18. The book reviews also the situation of the developed countries and their specific challenges — sub-replacement fertility, population aging, and immigration — and examines the effectiveness of population policies.

John May uses demography, without a whiff of exaggeration, to demonstrate how population growth, especially in Africa, is undermining economic progress and threatening good governance. The draft bill, for which suggestions World Population Policies been invited from the public till July 19, also prohibits promotions in government jobs for such people, while offering incentives to those limiting their children to two.

Numerous focus passages bring colour and compassion to the narrative.