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Population under Harsh Time. Edition No. 1
VDM Publishing House, March 2010, Pages: 76
A considerable number of studies on historical and some third world populations have reached a magnificent consensus that both mortality and fertility do respond to economic changes in a surprisingly shared pattern. Such response, however, remains a great deal of controversy, obscure and inconsistency in the secular industrialized countries. As a result, a great variety of alternative hypotheses have been developed to account for the secular decline in mortality and fertility. While there is widespread interest in this subject with particular focus on short-term fluctuations, I further study the impact of severe economic crises on these demographic variables.
He attained his MSc in Economic Demography at Lund University in Sweden and received professional research training at The International Max Planck Research School for Demography in Germany, 2008-2010. As a student, he has been awarded a visiting scholarship by University of Louisville and Leonardo da Vinci Grant by European Union.