Trends of population natality in Macedonia and neighboring countries

Miceski, Trajko and Kostadinovski, Aleksandar (2013) Trends of population natality in Macedonia and neighboring countries. Regionalni razvoj i demografski tokovi zemalja Juogistocne Evrope; Međunarodni naučni skup (18). pp. 449-456. ISSN ISBN: 978-86-6139-067-8

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Abstract

The developments of population natality in Republic of Macedonia and neighboring countries Serbia, Bulgaria and Greece, in the last thirty years shows trends of decreasing. In 1980 Macedonia had 1.889.000 inhabitants and 39.784 live births (effective natality rate 21 ‰), Serbia had 9.227.037 inhabitants with 162.744 live births (18 ‰), Bulgaria with 8.861.535 inhabitants had 128.190 live births (14 ‰), and Greece with 9.642.505 residents had 148.147 live births (15%). In 2011 Macedonia had 2.059.000 inhabitants and 39.784 live births (effective natality rate 11 ‰), Serbia had 7.258.745 inhabitants (without Kosovo) with 65.598 live births (9 ‰), Bulgaria with 7.348.328 inhabitants had 70.846 live births (10 ‰), and Greece with 11.299.976 residents had 106.428 live births (9‰). The main feature in all these countries is that there is a trend of decreasing natality rate, i.e. gradual self-genocide of its population. This paper with table and graphic display will indicated processed statistical data backed up with comments and analysis. Keywords: data processing, forecasting, life expectancy, statistical analysis.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Social Sciences > Other social sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Economics
Depositing User: Aleksandar Kostadinovski
Date Deposited: 17 Sep 2013 11:27
Last Modified: 17 Sep 2013 11:27
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/7421

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