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by Yap Mui Teng,G. Shantakumar

eBook Population Transition and Policy Perspectives: Trends, Issues and Implications for in Singapore, 1947-2050 epub
  • ISBN: 9812103112
  • Author: Yap Mui Teng,G. Shantakumar
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Marshall Cavendish Intl (July 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 360 pages
  • ePUB size: 1267 kb
  • FB2 size 1594 kb
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Population Transition and Policy Perspectives : Trends, Issues and Implications for in Singapore, 1947-2050

Population Transition and Policy Perspectives : Trends, Issues and Implications for in Singapore, 1947-2050. by G. Shantakumar and Yap Mui Teng. Singapore's population growth and structure over the next decades will be determined both by the effectiveness of policy initiatives to raise fertility levels and the number of skilled migrants it can attract to the country. This work examines Singapore's demographic trends and the impact of future developments on its continued economic growth and development.

The book also looks at what has happened to income inequality in the context of superior growth performance. It makes comparative assessments and examines the implications for the three nations.

Mui Teng Yap. In recent years, various pro-natalist policies have been adopted in Singapore and other high-income Asian countries with low fertility, aiming at raising fertility rates. Previous studies were mainly focused on the impact or outcome of the policies. Previous studies were mainly focused on the impact or outcome of the policies

In: Ageing in the Asia-Pacific Region: Issues, Policies and Future Trends . Shantakumar, G. (1994), The Aged Population in Singapore, Singapore National Printers: Singapore.

In: Ageing in the Asia-Pacific Region: Issues, Policies and Future Trends, . Phillips, ed. Routledge: London. Asher, M. (1996), Financing old age in Southeast Asia: an overview. Paper presented at the IUSSP Conference on Age Structural Transitions and Policy Implications, Nov 8–10, Phuket, Thailand. Kinsella, K. (2000), Demographic dimensions of ageing in East and Southeast Asia. (1999), Ageing in the city-state context: perspectives from Singapore.

Population Transition And Policy Perspectives: Trends, Issues And Implications For In Singapore,. G. Shantakumar, Yap Mui Teng.

The impact of current and emerging global trends and issues, regional problems and the challenges of remaking Singapore are discussed by distinguished speakers in this year's Perspectives 2003 conference with its theme, "The Challenges and Opportunities of Change". This volume contains papers presented at the conference that have been revised for publication. Population Transition And Policy Perspectives: Trends, Issues And Implications For In Singapore,.

Ageing in Singapore: Social Issues and Policy Challenges. Migration trends in Singapore are traced since 1819. Immigration has been encouraged to advance economic development. Local and international factors fuel migration to Singapore. Mui Teng Yap, Christopher Gee. 2015. Singapore depend. More). Introduction: Aging in Asia-Perennial Concerns on Support and Caring for the Old.

The demographics of Singapore include the population statistics of Singapore such as population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other demographic data of the population

The demographics of Singapore include the population statistics of Singapore such as population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other demographic data of the population. As of June 2019, Singapore's population stood at . 0 million.

Taking a multi-disciplinary approach with a focus on policy and practice, this book examines the social, economic, and political issues that have arisen with the influx of foreigners in Singapore since the turn of the 21st century.

Singapore Religion, Economy and Politics.

Singapore Area and Population Density. The country is made up of 63 islands, the main one being Pulau Ujong which has two man-made connections to Malaysia. Singapore has a tropical climate and nearly all of the land is habitable. Singapore Religion, Economy and Politics.

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