Population Dynamics in Central Asia and Adjacent Countries from 1960 to 2020

  • Alexander Akimov
Part of the St Antony’s Series book series


This essay is an analysis of possible future population growth in the Central Asian states and adjacent countries. If a forecast is considered to be the most probable variant of a future, then this analysis is not a forecast. Rather it is a computational experiment which shows potential changes in the population in each country in the region and analyses the importance and results of the population profile changes in the region.


Demographic Transition Russian Population Algorithmic Description Population Forecast Demographic Pressure 
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