crude birth rate


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crude birth rate

Etymology: L, crudus, raw; ME, burth + L, reri, to reckon
the number of births per 1000 people in a population during 1 year. Compare birth rate, refined birth rate, true birth rate.

birth rate

The number of live births divided by the average population, or the population at midyear.

crude birth rate

The number of live births in a yr divided by population size
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Thus the decrease of the crude birth rate leads to a decreasing number of inhabitants but mostly of the adult and young age groups to which we need to relate the elderly population.
According to the State Statistics Committee of Ukraine (SSCU), due to high emigration and a sharp decline in crude birth rates, the labour force in Ukraine shrank from 26.
Table 1 Selected Indicators of Fertility and Contraceptive Use front Various Demographic Surveys in Pakistan, 1975-95 1968-69 1974-75 1984-85 Indicators (NIS) (PFS) (PCPS) Crude Birth Rate 39.
Table 1 Crude Birth Rates according to Selected Surveys 1974-1993, Pakistan Year Crude Birth Rate PFS 197475 40.
The estimate of crude birth rate was then obtained as follows:
Of the two variables which show significant association with the disability rate perhaps the most interesting is crude birth rate which shows a clear positive association with the dependent variable in all the four equations described in Table 14.
Table 1 shows that marital status tends to explain the greatest proportion of change in both the general fertility rate and the crude birth rate during the period under study.
Crude birth rates among the 43 towns and villages in Figure 1, averaged over 1990-2006, ranged from 13 to 40 births per thousand population, with a median of 26.
gender equality in education) were found to have the following subsequent benefits for societies: lower crude birth rates, longer life expectancies, lower death rates of all sorts, improved basic needs provision, and more rapid rates of economic growth.
Navajo crude birth rates declined through 1975 but remained stable over the following decade (p.
It would require a little demography - Moulin's remarks on the peasant populations is confined to crude birth rates and death rates, and to totals.
Cervellati and Sunde argue that high life expectancy is associated with high income per capita: increases in life expectancy causally increase the probability of observing the onset of the transition leading to lower fertility and birth rates, the effect of improvements in life expectancy on per capita income growth differs substantially between pre-transitional and post-transitional countries, the effect of life expectancy on income per capita differs depending on the initial level of life expectancy and crude birth rates, whereas increasing life expectancy may lead to negative effects on growth in incomes per capita only before the demographic transition.