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  1. The Demographic Studies Review ¿ historical perspective
    05 July 2017
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    The Demographic Centre Studies Review was first published in 1945, to accomplish the mission assigned to the Demographic Studies Centre, a research body attached to Statistics Portugal. Its path ...
  2. The demographic changes in Portugal
    30 November 2010
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    Over the period 2001-2009, Portugal experienced a population growth at a weak and decreasing rate. This growth results almost exclusively of the net migration, since the natural change is very low, ...
  3. Mortality: compression, shifting and causes of death (Portugal 1950-2005)
    30 November 2010
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    This analysis on Portuguese mortality, between 1950 and 2005, examine two different perspectives about mortality evolution: the idea of concentrationrectangularization and the proposal of the ...
  4. The demographic changes in Portugal
    30 December 2009
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    In the 2001-2008 period Portugal experienced a continuous growth of the population, at a weak and decreasing rate. This growth results almost exclusively of the net migration, since the natural ...
  5. The life tables in Portugal
    20 January 2005
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    The mortality table is a statistical model composed by a set of basic functions which measure the mortality phenomenon and calculate the life expectancy. The main applicability of the mortality table  ...
  6. Net migration in the Alentejo Region from 1991 to 2001 and its effects in population change
    10 March 2008
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    In spite of the deepening of the negative balance between births and deaths of the Alentejo Region´s population in the decade of 80 of the last century, the 1991 and 2001 census data evidenced ...
  7. The demographic changes in Portugal
    08 January 2009
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    At the beginning of the XXI century, Portugal remains a country with low fertility, increasing life expectancy and decreasing net migration. In 2007, the natural increase was negative, a situation ...
  8. Demographic changes in Portugal
    14 April 2015
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    Over the period 2001-2013, Portugal experienced a decrease in both natural change and net migration, which became negative. Fertility remains at levels far below those necessary to renew the ...
  9. Mortality in Portugal since 1950
    23 March 2016
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    In this paper we analyze and characterize the evolution of mortality in Portugal since 1950 based on a selected set of indicators, and contextualize these trends within the framework of a set of ...
  10. To get married in the nineteenth century Lisbon : two parish in analysis
    30 November 2010
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    In the XIX century Lisbon was the capital of a country where problems of economic, social and political order were increasing. In this context the nineteenth century city was developing in an unequal  ...
  11. The demographic changes in Portugal
    10 March 2008
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    The first part of the current century, in Portugal, is marked by the low fertility, the increase of life expectancy and a sharp decline in immigration. The pace of population growth continues to ...
  12. Approaches to methods of population projections: the Portuguese case
    20 January 2005
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    This paper intends to summarise the different phases of the production of demographic projections and lists the decisions that must be made before that process. It also intends to compare the results  ...
  13. Children and Adolescents in Portugal
    23 March 2016
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    In Portugal, for over thirty years, fertility has fallen below the level required to replace the current generations of parents, which is well reflected in the continuous decreasing of younger ...
  14. Fertility and nuptiality in Mozambique: calendar analysis
    03 April 2006
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    This article, based in the Mozambique case, will focus in the analysis of the fertility calendar in face of what’s considered to be one of the previous demographic conditions to the fertile ...
  15. The demographic changes in Portugal
    02 October 2002
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    The Portuguese population is becoming older and its present size is the result of accelerated increase occurring over a short period of time. Migrations are currently the main factor affecting ...
  16. The demographic changes in Portugal
    03 April 2006
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    The pace of population growth is slowing down but the immigration flows remain its most important component. The low fertility, the increase of expectancy of life, more rapid among men, and the ...
  17. The demographic changes in Portugal
    20 January 2005
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    The current pace of population growth is the result of a strong and positive net migration. The decline fertility and infant mortality, the increase life expectancy, more rapid among men, and the ...
  18. The demographic changes in Portugal
    01 December 2003
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    The accelerating pace of population growth in the turning of the century is the result of a strong and positive net migration. The low fertility, the increase of expectancy of life, more rapid among ...
  19. Place of birth versus Residence in Portugal 2011
    05 July 2017
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    Although this study falls within the scope of migration statistics, the variables observed in the context of migration are based on the exchange between the place of birth and the usual residence ...
  20. Portugal demographic (dis)continuities in 2011 : North and Inner Central Regions
    03 February 2014
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    Portugal, the country which rises out from the preliminary data of Censos 2011 sends us to the continuity of interior/coast asymmetries and stresses, in some cases, the characteristics which we ...



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