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Alexander Herzen

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Population change in global urban regions

Author Sluka Nikolay
DOI 10.5922/2079-8555-2010-4-2
Pages 15-25
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Keywords global city regions, leading global centres, migration and natural movement, types of population change dynamics
Abstract (summary) This article focuses on the key aspects of population development in the historical cores of leading global urban regions at the stage of globalisation. The research sets out to identify and describe the common — model — and individual features of the demographic modernisation process.
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