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World Population Shifts: Boom or Doom? (Documented briefing)

ISBN-13: 978-0833029416
ISBN-10: 083302941X
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A version of this lecture was given at the Rocco C. Siciliano Forum entitledConsiderations on the Status of the American Society at the University of Utah on October 4, 1999. The purpose of the forum, which is now in its fifth year, is to enable participants to analyze and discuss some of the country's most pressing, but least tractable issues.Work on this documented briefing was supported by RAND's PopulationMatters project. The primary focus of Population Matters is synthesizing andcommunicating the findings and implications of existing research in ways that policy analysts and others will find accessible.The Population Matters project is funded by grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, and the Rockefeller Foundation. This document should be of interest to anyoneconcerned with demographic trends and issues and their implications for public policy. For a list of our publications, please see the inside back cover. For further information on the Population Matters project, contactJulie DaVanzo, Director, Population Matters RANDP.O. Box 21381700 Main St.Santa Monica, CA 90407-2138Julie_DaVanzo@rand.

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Kevin F. McCarthy (Ph.D., Sociology, University of Wisconsin) is the Manager of the International Studies/Communication Consulting Group at RAND. Dr. McCarthy is currently leading a major RAND initiative on arts policy in the United States. Dr. McCarthy's demographic work has focused on migration within and immigration to the United States.


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