Abstracts, Revue futuribles n° 279

Abstracts n°279

Population growth in European countries—as in any region— depends on both natural in-crease (the difference between births and deaths) and, to a large extent, on migration flows, i.e. the net outcome of residents leaving and people arriving, whether from within Europe or from outside. It is therefore extremely important to measure these flows accurately and, since the aim is to control them, to try to anticipate or at least under-stand the factors that may be driving or restraining them.

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