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Endogenising demographic variables in demo-economic models: the bachue experience

Wery R. and Gerry Rodgers

ILO Working Papers from International Labour Organization

Abstract: ILO pub-wep pub. Working paper on endogenising population variables in bachue demo-economic models - treats fertility, mortality, migration, nuptiality and household formation variables as well as para- demographic elements regarding labour force participation and educational level, and explains estimation and use of behavioural equations in demographic accounting. Bibliography pp. 37 to 40 and diagram.

Keywords: WEP pub; population; economic model; fertility; mortality; migration; nuptiality; household; labour force participation; educational level; behaviour; bibliography; pub PME; population; modèle économique; fécondité; mortalité; migration; nuptialité; ménage; taux d'activité; niveau d'enseignement; comportement; bibliographie; pub PME; población; modelo económico; fecundidad; mortalidad; migración; nupcialidad; hogar; tasa de actividad de mano de obra; nivel educativo; comportamiento; bibliografía (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1980
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