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Subnational population projections for England Statistical bulletins Indicate potential future population size of English local and health authorities. Widely used in planning – for example labour market, housing, health and education. The based local area population projections for Wales will be published in Northern Ireland.
The Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) publishes subnational population projections every two years. The based population projections for areas within Northern Ireland were published on 26 April These.
Subnational Population Projections – information releases These releases provide a summary of the projected population of regional council, territorial authority, and Auckland local board areas within New Zealand, based on different combinations of fertility. The low, medium, and high growth projections all indicate the population growth rate will slow in all regions, cities, districts (except Buller), and Auckland local board areas between and.
Subnational population projections indicate the future population of New Zealand's 16 regional council areas (regions), 67 territorial authority (TA) areas, and 21 Auckland local board areas (ALBAs). The low, medium, and high growth projections all indicate.
Subnational Population Database presents estimated population at the first administrative level below the national level. Many of the data come from the country’s national statistical offices. Other data come from the NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC) managed by the Center for International Earth Science Information.
Materials adapted from United Nations National Workshop on Subnational Population Projections using Census Data, Beijing, China, and US Census Bureau Subnational Projections Toolkit User’s.
Subnational ethnic population projections, by age and sex, (base) update Subnational ethnic population projections, characteristics, (base) update Subnational ethnic population projections, projection assumptions, (base) update.
Get this from a library. Preparing migration data for subnational population projections. [United Nations. Department of International Economic and Social Affairs.;].
Get this from a library. Guidelines for preparing subnational population projections. [Walter P Hollmann; United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.]. Subnational population projections provide an indication of the future size and age structure of the population in the regions, local authorities and.
The Subnational Projections Toolkit is a set of Excel workbooks, associated step-by-step guides and methods documentation, and a User's Guide to using the tools included in the Toolkit. These products support preparation of subnational population projections following cohort-component and/or non-cohort-component (mathematical extrapolation.
The Subnational Population Database is a publicly accessible web site that features time series population estimates for countries at the first-level administrative divisions (provinces, states, or regions).
The database presents a country’s first-level administrative division population number and its share to total population estimates.
Sub-National Population Projections. Projected future population for areas within Northern Ireland by age and sex. Most recent documents. based Population Projections for Areas within Northern Ireland.
30 April IV Standalone subnational projections using the cohortcomponent method There is a need for standalone population projections that benefit for the advantages of the cohort-component method while without the heavy administrative and organizational overhead of coordinated national population projections with subnational components.
This book chapter starts by discussing the major producers of international, national, and subnational projections. Next, it provide a description of the methods and materials used in preparing three basic types of population projections: (1) trend extrapolation; (2) the cohort-component method; and (3) structural modeling.
Subnational population projections are produced to assist businesses and government agencies, in planning and policy-making. The projections provide information on the changing characteristics and distribution of the population which are used to.
The task ofpreparing migration data for subnational projections can be divided into three major tasks: (a) the development of suitable baseline estimates of the total amount of migration between. Estimates of the population usually living in each area indicate that 15 of New Zealand's 16 regions experienced population growth in the June year.
We've just launched a new, pilot global subnational population database featuring time series population estimates for 75 countries at the first-level administrative divisions (provinces, states, or regions).
The database has time series data that spans 15 years (), with total population numbers for each area and the shares relative to total national. Subnational Population Projections: (base)– update Highlights Under all projections series: Population growth is projected to slow in all 16 regions between and All regions, cities, and districts will be home to more people aged 65 years and over in Under the medium series.Stand-alone subnational projections.
There is a need for standalone population projections that benefit for the advantages of the cohort-component methodology but avoid the heavy administrative and organizational overhead of coordinated national population projections with subnational components.This book will make the theory and techniques involved more accessible to anyone with an interest in developing or using population estimates.
“With the publication of this volume, for the first time a book which is both a comprehensive and rigorous scholarly work as well as a user oriented and pragmatic methodological source has become.