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Меняющийся климат и здоровье населения: проблемы адаптации

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Global spending on health: coping with the pandemic

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The demographic yearbook of Poland 2023

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www.ined.fr/en/publications/population-and-societies

№ 617, Decembre 2023

A girl or a boy? 9 in 10 parents know their child’s sex before it is born
Olivia Samuel, Carole Brugeilles, Christine Hamelin, Anne Paillet, Agnès Pélage

It is common practice in France for parents to ask about the sex of their unborn child. The national ELFE cohort study indicates that only 1 in 10 couples do not ask to know. The most highly educated parents, those who already have children (and of different sexes), and those who regularly attend religious services less often ask to know the child’s sex during pregnancy. Conversely, very young parents, those with a sex preference, and those who have had multiple consultations and ultrasound scans ask more frequently.

https://www.ined.fr/fichier/s_rubrique/34345/617a_ined.en.pdf

№ 618, January 2024

Mapping the massive global fertility decline over the last 20 years
Christian Dessouroux, Christian Vandermotten

The world fertility map illustrates the major fertility decline across the world, including in Africa, over the last 2 decades. In 2021, almost two-thirds of the world population lived in zones where fertility is now below replacement level; with a few rare exceptions, fertility decline is a worldwide phenomenon. By breaking down the world into geographical regions of around 35 million inhabitants, the fertility map shows subnational variations in the most populated countries and reveals models of a fertility decline that diffuses from the most urbanized zones towards more outlying areas.

https://www.ined.fr/fichier/s_rubrique/34436/618a_ined.en.pdf

№ 619, February 2024

Recovering lost French citizenship through reintegration
Emmanuel Blanchard, Linda Guerry, Lionel Kesztenbaum, Jules Lepoutre

Each year, around 100,000 people acquire French nationality, most often based on their family situation (marriage, birth and childhood in France, being parents of French children, etc.). These acquisitions of nationality are also linked to historical and geopolitical transformations. Since the early 1960s, more than 200,000 individuals who lost their French nationality, in many cases when colonized territories became independent, have been reintegrated. The history of reintegration, a discreet and little-known procedure, sheds light on some of the ‘nationality trouble’ of the post-colonial era.

https://www.ined.fr/fichier/s_rubrique/34569/619.a_ined.en.pdf

№ 620, March 2024

Is France still a demographic outlier in Europe?
Anne Solaz, Laurent Toulemon, Gilles Pison

Fertility fell sharply in 2023 compared to 2022. Mortality decreased likewise, after three years of rapid increase, and net migration remained high. France was the European Union country with the highest fertility in 2022, and probably in 2023 also. Future trends remain uncertain, but high net migration should more than offset lower fertility if both remain at their 2023 levels. The French population should continue to increase up to 2070.

https://www.ined.fr/fichier/s_rubrique/34613/620a.ined.b.en.pdf

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