ABSTRACT. The paper generates insights about the effect of life expectancy on population growth, the demographic effects of international migration on populations, the role of the demographic transition, and the causal role of life expectancy on income growth. I am specifically interested in how previous research investigated the potential contribution of population aging to the basis of political power in society, the spatial dynamics of China’s demographic transition, the relationship between demographic transition and economic status, and the demographic consequences of migration. pp. 150–155


Keywords: demographic transition, international migration, population growth 

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