Pacific 2010: challenging the future
National Centre for Development Studies, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, 1993 - Business & Economics - 134 pages
Contains contributions from nine distinguished demographers and statisticians who examine population trends in the Pacific Islands and advise on action that needs to be taken urgently to prevent catastrophic social and economic consequences. Referenced.
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Population development and growth Ken Gannicott
school enrolments and educational expenditure
school enrolments and educational
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100 per cent age group age population assumptions in text Bakker Bureau of Statistics Census Column 3 assumes cost of enrolments developing countries economic growth emigration enrolment rate increasing enrolments in columns estimates Ethnic Fijians expectancy at birth expresses column fertility and mortality fertility decline Fiji Fijian Indians Males Gannicott GDP is projected High GDP high variant higher growth Honiara investment Kiribati labour force participation Low GDP low variant Males Females Total mortality and migration National Statistics Office NCDS2 non-wage jobs number of children numbers Pacific Island Economies Papua New Guinea percentage of GDP population projections Port Moresby Port Vila primary school projected population projected to grow Projection of school projection period proportion rapid school enrolments school-age population Solomon Islands Source South Pacific South Tarawa Suva Table Tonga total fertility rate total population trends Unit cost Vanuatu wage employment wage jobs Washington D.C. Western Samoa working-age population World Bank