crude birth rate


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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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This process is sustained by two important factors: the decrease of the crude birth rate and the increase of the life expectancy (Fig.
Based on these findings, the endogenous vector [X.sub.t] is used in the VAR model in the form of first differences in the unemployment rate, crude birth rate, money holdings growth rate, and output growth rate.
Such a change may have brought down the Crude Birth Rate and fertility levels in Pakistan.
In particular, the Hindi speaking belt-Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan-has not yet registered any meaningful decline in the estimated crude birth rate.
In terms of the crude birth rate, CAPMAS stated that Marsa Matrouh recorded the highest crude birth rate as it reached 55.1 per thousand in 2017 compared to 48.6 per thousand in 2016.
At EU level, the crude birth rate was 9.9 per 1 000 residents.
The crude birth rate is increasing continuously and mortality rate shrinking from 15 deaths per 1,000 people in 1960s to two deaths in 2014.
A total of 31,887 live births were recorded in Dubai during the same period, making a Crude Birth Rate (CBR) of 12.4 per 1,000 population, added the report entitled 'Dubai Annual Health Statistical Report 2016, released by Dubai Health Authority (DHA).
The UNICEF estimates that global crude birth rate is 4.3 births every second (as of Dec.
In 2014 the number of births decreased to 9,258 from 9,341 the year before, giving a 'crude birth rate' of 10.9 per thousand population, compared to 10.8 in 2013 and 11.8 in 2012.
The crude birth rate stood at 20.6 per 1000 population against 2.3 death cases per 1000 population.
The crude birth rate in cities was 9.7% and in villages 8.8%.