demographic trend

demographic trend

A popular term for any measurable change in the characteristics of a population over time—e.g., increased or decreased concentration of a particular ethnic group, sex ratio, etc.
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Together, they corroborate a demographic trend that Laslett long ago identified: regardless of where one looks, "the relevant evidence is so recent and so concentrated"(p.
This report contains detailed forecasts and analysis for the UK, including trade and investment analysis, economic forecasts, political risk assessments and demographic trend analysis.
This report contains detailed forecasts and analysis for Canada, including trade and investment analysis, economic forecasts, political risk assessments and demographic trend analysis.
The UBS report shows that this demographic trend should continue to support economic growth rates in developing countries when accompanied by important institutional reforms, improvements in productivity, and greater participation in the world's economic system.
Nationally the acquisition team looks for locations with improving demographic trends, significant new housing starts and well positioned existing high quality properties with superior access, traffic and retail sales.
Demographic trends and rising property values are driving the property concentration risk in catastrophe-prone areas upward.
Regular columns cover FMI developments and conferences, economic/business trends, reviews of the financial aspects of the industry, developing technology, logistics and distribution innovations, human resource practices and labor relations, and shopping and demographic trends.
By Identifying and Addressing Demographic Trends and Other Barriers to Membership Growth
Demographic trends reveal that families are getting smaller, and people are having fewer children, but they are spending more money on each child.
Chapter topics range from demographic trends, theories and perspectives on aging to the experiences of older adults, programs and services for older adults, and attitudes about aging.
Aware of rapid population growth in the diocese of Toronto, Archbishop Terence Finlay has launched an in-depth study of demographic trends in the diocese.
While the report painted an optimistic outlook for the traditional American family, it also provided evidence of other recent economic and demographic trends that have fueled anxiety in some segments of the population and helped propel the presidential candidacy of politicians like Pat Buchanan.
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