August 2006
Future Times;2006, Vol. 3, p7
This section presents several articles in various publications that provide an outlook of the demographic conditions of several countries. "The Empty Cradle: How Falling Birth-rates Threaten World Prosperity and What to Do About It," by P. Longman focuses on how some cases of declining birth-rates lead to economic crisis and religious fanaticism. "Urban Development: Innovative, Sustainable," by A. Novy and B. Leubolt examines social innovation in urban development.


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