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International Handbook of Population Policies

International Handbook of Population Policies

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內容簡介

Foreword

Acknowledgments

List of Contributors

General Introduction

Part 1 Theoretical Foundations John F. May

1 Contemporary Population Issues Jack A. Goldstone and John F. May

2 Population Policies Framework Karen Hardee

3 Classical Foundations of Past and Present Population Policies Yves Charbit

4 Population, Burden of Disease, and Health Services Vincent Turbat, Rebecca Gribble, and Wu Zeng

5 Population, Development, and Policy John Bongaarts, Michele Gragnolati, S. Amer Ahmed, and Jamaica Corker

6 Population Dynamics and the Environment: The Demo-climatic Transition Alisson Flávio Barbieri and William K. Pan

7 Population and Food System Sustainability George Mergos

Part 2 Empirical Evidence

8 Sub-Saharan Africa: Slow Fertility Transitions Despite Policy Efforts Aristide Romaric Bado, Jean-Pierre Guengant, and Hamidou Issaka Maga

9 The United States and Canada: Demographic Realities and Policy Responses Kaja Jurczynska and Jay Gribble

10 Population Policies in Latin American and the Caribbean: From Carmen Miró to the Montevideo Consensus Jose Miguel Guzman

11 Demographic Features of West Asian and North African Countries: The Impact of Population Policies Mehtab S. Karim, Elena Ambrosetti, and Zahia Ouadah-Bedidi

12 South Asia: Did Population Policies Trigger a Fertility Convergence? Leela Visaria

13 Population Policies in East Asia and Oceania Stuart Gietel-Basten, Christian Joy Pattawi Cruz, Rachel Ganly, Zilin Li, and Jason Tsz Him Cheung

14 Europe: Low Fertility, Aging, and Migration Policies Elena Ambrosetti

15 Population Institutions and International Population Conferences Stan Bernstein, Karen Hardee, John F. May, and Marianne Haslegrave

Part 3 Policy Levers and Modelling

16 Data Collection for Population Policies Thomas Spoorenberg

17 Family Policies: How do they Differ around the World? Katharina Wesolowski and Sunnee Billingsley

18 Population and Health Policies in Urban Areas Myriam Vučkovic and Alayne Adams

19 Policies Needed to Capture Demographic Dividends Vincent Turbat

20 Linkages Between Family Planning and HIV/AIDS Programs Rachel Sullivan Robinson

21 Population Projections and Population Policies Thomas Buettner

22 Population Policy Models R. Scott Moreland

23 Funding of Population Policies and Programs Arin Dutta, Kevin Ward, and Suneeta Sharma

24 Measuring the Effectiveness, Efficiency, and Impact of Population Policies Michele Tarsilla

Part 4 New Policy Challenges

25 Population Aging and Public Policy Stipica Mudrazija and Jacqueline L. Angel

26 Pension Policies John Turner

27 The Contraceptive Revolution John Cleland

28 The Role of Abortion in Population Policies Barbara Crane and Emily A. Maistrellis

29 International Migration Policies Susan K. Brown

30 The Education Revolution Anne Goujon

31 Priority Groups in Population Policies Sara Rotenberg

32 Demographic Dynamics, Poverty, and Inequality Jorge A. Paz

33 Bioethics, Sex Selection, and Gender Equity Laura Rahm

34 Population and National Security Jennifer D. Sciubba and Seongjoon Hwang

35 Demographic Sustainability Toshihiko Hara

36 Prospects for Population Policies and Interventions John F. May and Jack A. Goldstone

General Conclusion Jack A. Goldstone and John F. May


 

作者簡介

John F. May, PhD, a US and Belgian national, is a specialist of population policies and programs. He is currently Research Professor of Public Policy at the Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, Arlington, VA. Dr. May earned a BA in Modern History (1973) and a MA in Demography (1985) at the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium. He received his PhD Summa cum laude from the University of Paris-V (Sorbonne) in 1996. He was a Lead Demographer at the World Bank for 15 years and has worked for the United Nations (Haiti and New Caledonia), as well as for The Futures Group International (now, The Palladium Group), a US consulting firm specializing in demographic modeling and population policy. In addition, he has worked around the world for most international agencies, including the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). He was also a Visiting Fellow at the Center for Global Development (CGD) and a Visiting Scholar at the Population Reference Bureau (PRB), both in Washington, DC.

He has published World Population Policies: Their Origin, Evolution, and Impact (Springer, 2012), which received the Population Institute 2012 Global Media Award for best book in population. His recent book, Africa’s Population: In Search of a Demographic Dividend (Springer, 2017), was co-edited with Dr. Hans Groth, Chair of the World Demographic & Ageing Forum (WDA Forum) in St. Gallen, Switzerland. His most recent book Demography and Economic Emergence of Sub-Saharan Africa was written with Dr. Jean-Pierre Guengant (Belgian Royal Academy, 2020).

Jack A. Goldstone, PhD, is a specialist in political demography and long-term social change. He is currently the Virginia E. and John T. Hazel, Jr., Professor of Public Policy at the Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, Arlington, VA. Dr. Goldstone has a PhD in Sociology from Harvard University and has also taught at Northwestern University and the University of California. He led a research laboratory on macro-sociology and political demography at the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration in Moscow and been Director of the Institute for Public Policy at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He received the Myron Weiner Award of the International Studies Association for lifetime achievement in the field of political demography. He co-edited Political Demography (Oxford, 2011) with Eric Kaufmann and Monica Duffy Toft, and is working on his next book: 15 Billion: How Population Change will Change the World in the 21st Century.

 

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