Demography of contemporary Hungarian society
Contributors discuss the prevailing demographic phenomena in Hungary since the 1970s, offering forecasts up to the year 2050. They analyze new tendencies in the conclusion of marriages, human fertility, the effects of economic and financial changes on demography, the health situation and epidemiological crisis in Hungary, the effects of international migrations, the longitudinal analysis of teenage pregnancies, and the relationship between population structures and demographic dynamics.
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