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A comparison of official population projections with Bayesian time series forecasts for England and Wales.

Abel GJ, Bijak J, Raymer J.

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Analysis of urban-rural population dynamics for China.

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[Demographic population forecasts: theoretical framework, assumptions, and prediction uncertainty].

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Forecast intervals of net migration: the case of the Netherlands.

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J Forecast. 1993 Oct;12(7):585-99.

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Modelling regional population growth in China.

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Serial correlation in multiregional migration models.

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Multivariate time series projections of parameterized age-specific fertility rates.

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[Types and methods of regional population projections (author's transl)].

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If present trends continue.

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Popul Today. 1986 Jan;14(1):8-9.

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An alternative to multiregional two-sex model.

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Genus. 1992 Jan-Jun;48(1-2):123-31.

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Multiregional population analysis: the accounting approach.

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Some basic questions concerning population projection.

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United Nations population estimates and projections with special reference to the Arab world.

United Nations. Department of International Economic and Social Affairs. Population Division.

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