THE EFFECT OF THE DEMOGRAPHIC EVOLUTION OF THE RURAL AND URBAN ENVIROMENT IN ROMANIA
Silvia Marginean ()
Studies in Business and Economics, 2008, vol. 3, issue 3, 41-49
The problem of population as we are used to call it belongs to different areas of interest for scientists of different fields for quite some time. The never ending growth of population has turned global. Threats generated by the population's evolution for economic, social or eco systems can be analyzed in two distinct ways: overpopulation and demographic growth in developing countries and aging demographics in developed countries. With a negative demographic evolution during the 20th century, Romania entered the 21st century with a more accentuated tendency of negative growth because of natural demographics phenomena and migration resulting in aging demographics. Migration and aging population tend to differ from region to region and even more from rural to urban environment.
Keywords: demographic evolution; internal migration; rural and urban environment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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