POPULATION DYNAMICS IN ROMANIA DURING THE LAST CENTURY. 1918-2017
Mariana Stanciu and
Journal of Community Positive Practices, 2018, issue 1, 37-46
The study presents the evolution of the Romanian population in the period 1918-2017, in an European context and in a wider world context. Important stages of demographic evolution are described, in a historical approach and based on the analysis of relevant statistics, among which administrative data from the national censuses. The study also identifies several factors that have contributed to population dynamics. It is clear from the conclusions that during a century, the demographic evolution of the Romanian population was non-linear as a result of the extreme political and economic conditions in various stages, which had major implications in social terms.
Keywords: population; historical approach; ethnic structure; natural growth; factors (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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