|Contributions||Ajia Jinkō Kaihatsu Ryōkai (Japan)|
|LC Classifications||HB3651 .P66 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||758 p. :|
|Number of Pages||758|
|LC Control Number||94101933|
From tax and household registers, law codes, and other primary sources, as well as recent Japanese sources, William Wayne Farris has developed the first systematic, scientific analysis of early Japanese population, including the role of disease in economic development. This work provides a comprehensive study of land clearance, agricultural technology, and rural settlement. This book provides an insightful sociological study of the declining Japanese population, using statistical analysis to establish the significance of municipal power using demographic data on national, regional, prefecture and municipal levels and penned by one of Japan's eminent : Springer Singapore. This book provides a unique comparative view of the extremely low fertility and drastic population aging in Eastern Asian countries. After discussing demographic and political developments of Japan in detail as a reference case, accelerated changes in Korea, Taiwan and China are interpreted with a Brand: Springer Japan. For more in-depth statistical information on Japan, readers are invited to peruse the Japan Statistical Yearbook. We hope that this booklet will serve as a guide in your search for knowledge about Japan. We are always happy to receive opinions or requests from readers. You can also viewthe contents of this booklet on the website of.
population will speed up the economic growth in a country. For example, Japan can be cited as a Abstract: The connection between population growth and economic development has been a much debated topic ever since the world population passed the two billion mark. A . Japan’s rural population is expected to plunge another 17% in just 12 years, from through , according to United Nations data. Further out, the decline will steepen, with the population. Population with at least some secondary education (% ages 25 and older) n.a. Population with at least some secondary education, female (% ages 25 and older) n.a. Population with at least some secondary education, male (% ages 25 and older) n.a. Primary school dropout rate (% of primary school cohort) n.a. Primary school teachers trained to. The lecture notes on population and Development Provide information on demographic concepts, current trends of population growth, patterns and In the absence of relevant text and reference books that are specifically prepared for undergraduate students of health sciences, the lecture notes help to maintain standard of course contents among.
Japan was the first major non-Western nation to take on board the Western technological and organizational advances of the century after the first industrial revolution. It subsequently proved fully able to exploit and contribute to the broad, sustained technological advances that began in the 20th century, as science became harnessed to technology. This book contains lectures on the Economic Development of Japan which was delivered in English by the author at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) in Tokyo from to The majority of my students were young government officials from developing and transition countries who. The population density in Japan is people per Km 2 ( people per mi 2), calculated on a total land area of , Km2 (, sq. miles). Largest Cities in Japan CITY NAME. United Nations Population Division, Replacement Migration 53 4. Japan (a) Past trends The total fertility rate in Japan fell from births per woman in to births in