The population of Ethiopia, 1990-2025: possibilities for the future, Volume 93, Issue 3
Research School of Pacific Studies, ANU, Jan 1, 1994 - Business & Economics - 34 pages
This monograph analyses the population growth of Ethiopia and looks at the consequences of continuous unchecked growth in population. Recommends a rapid decline in fertility rate through the implementation of a strong population program. The author is an MA student at the Australian National University.
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110 million age of mothers age structure Appendix Australia Australian National University Author's estimations China crude death rate David Robertson decline assumptions decline in fertility decline in mortality demographic transition East Asia Economics Division Eritrea exports fast decline fast fertility decline Females 0-4 fertility and mortality Frances Perkins growth in Ethiopia Helen Hughes Herderschee High variant Medium high variant projection impact Indonesia infant mortality rate ISBN Japanese Lin Shujuan low variant projection mean age Medium variant Low medium variant projection moderate decline numbers Papers ISSN Paul Parker Peter Drysdale population of Ethiopia population policy population pyramid potential programs Projected population projection period projections for Ethiopia rapid population growth reproductive rate Ross Gamaut sexes socioeconomic development Source Special economic zones square kilometres Table Tesfaghiorghis total fertility rate trends in fertility UNICEF United Nations variant Low variant variant Medium variant variant population projection