International handbook of population policies / John F. May, Jack A. Goldstone, editors.

  • Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2022]
  • ©2022
xxiv, 859 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.


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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Part 1. Theoretical Foundations
  • 1. Contemporary Population Issues (Jack A. Goldstone and John F. May)
  • 2. Population Policies Framework (Karen Hardee)
  • 3. Classical Foundations of Past and Present Population Policies (Yves Charbit)
  • 4. Population, Burden of Disease, and Health Services (Vincent Turbat, Rebecca Gribble, and Wu Zeng)
  • 5. Population, Development, and Policy (John Bongaarts, Michele Gragnolati, S. Amer Ahmed, and Jamaica Corker)
  • 6. Population Dynamics and the Environment: The Demo-climatic Transition (Alisson Flávio Barbieri and William K. Pan)
  • 7. Population and Food System Sustainability (George Mergos)
  • Part 2. Empirical Evidence
  • 8. Sub-Saharan Africa: Slow Fertility Transitions Despite Policy Efforts (Aristide Romaric Bado, Jean-Pierre Guengant, and Hamidou Issaka Maga)
  • 9. The United States and Canada: Demographic Realities and Policy Responses (Kaja Jurczynska and Jay Gribble)
  • 10. Population Policies in Latin American and the Caribbean: From Carmen Miró to the Montevideo Consensus (Jose Miguel Guzman)
  • 11. Demographic Features of West Asian and North African Countries: The Impact of Population Policies (Mehtab S. Karim, Elena Ambrosetti, and Zahia Ouadah-Bedidi)
  • 12. South Asia: Did Population Policies Trigger a Fertility Convergence? (Leela Visaria)
  • 13. Population Policies in East Asia and Oceania (Stuart Gietel-Basten, Christian Joy Pattawi Cruz, Rachel Ganly, Zilin Li, and Jason Tsz Him Cheung)
  • 14. Europe: Low Fertility, Aging, and Migration Policies (Elena Ambrosetti)
  • 15. Population Institutions and International Population Conferences (Stan Bernstein, Karen Hardee, John F. May, and Marianne Haslegrave)
  • Part 3. Policy Levers and Modelling
  • 16. Data Collection for Population Policies (Thomas Spoorenberg)
  • 17. Family Policies: How do they Differ around the World? (Katharina Wesolowski and Sunnee Billingsley)
  • 18. Population and Health Policies in Urban Areas (Myriam Vučković and Alayne Adams)
  • 19. Policies Needed to Capture Demographic Dividends (Vincent Turbat)
  • 20. Linkages Between Family Planning and HIV/AIDS Programs (Rachel Sullivan Robinson)
  • 21. Population Projections and Population Policies (Thomas Buettner)
  • 22. Population Policy Models (R. Scott Moreland)
  • 23. Funding of Population Policies and Programs (Arin Dutta, Kevin Ward, and Suneeta Sharma)
  • 24. Measuring the Effectiveness, Efficiency, and Impact of Population Policies (Michele Tarsilla)
  • Part 4. New Policy Challenges
  • 25. Population Aging and Public Policy (Stipica Mudrazija and Jacqueline L. Angel)
  • 26. Pension Policies (John Turner)
  • 27. The Contraceptive Revolution (John Cleland)
  • 28. The Role of Abortion in Population Policies (Barbara Crane and Emily A. Maistrellis)
  • 29. International Migration Policies (Susan K. Brown)
  • 30. The Education Revolution (Anne Goujon)
  • 31. Priority Groups in Population Policies (Sara Rotenberg)
  • 32. Demographic Dynamics, Poverty, and Inequality (Jorge A. Paz)
  • 33. Bioethics, Sex Selection, and Gender Equity (Laura Rahm)
  • 34. Population and National Security (Jennifer D. Sciubba and Seongjoon Hwang)
  • 35. Demographic Sustainability (Toshihiko Hara)
  • 36. Prospects for Population Policies and Interventions (John F. May and Jack A. Goldstone)
  • General Conclusion (Jack A. Goldstone and John F. May).
  • 3031019989
  • 9783031019982
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