The multiregional net maternity function and multiregional stable growth

Rogers, Andrei; Rogers, A
August 1974
Demography;Aug1974, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p473
Academic Journal
journal article
This paper extends recent efforts to generalize Lotka's integral equation to the case of a multiregional population that experiences internal migration. It develops the concept of a multiregional net maternity function and considers the relationships between a multiregional population's schedule of fertility, mortality, and migration and its stable growth properties.


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