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Title: Population age structure transformation in the capitals of the Visegrad Group countries

Subtitle:

Geographia Polonica Vol. 91 No. 3 (2018)

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IGiPZ PAN

Place of publishing:

Warszawa

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24 cm

Abstract:

The study provides a compact view of population ageing in the capitals of the Visegrad Group (V4). The transformation of the age structure of urban populations is quantified within the context of the V4 countries – Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. This assessment of the age structure transformation in the V4 capitals between 1980 and 2013 was carried out using Webb’s chart and hexagonal diagram methods. The evaluation of the demographic ageing of the urban populations brings substantial knowledge of the immanent differences of the capitals. The similarities between Prague, Budapest and Warsaw and the specific development of Bratislava, was revealed.

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Relation:

Geographia Polonica

Volume:

91

Issue:

3

Start page:

281

End page:

299

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File size 2,3 MB ; application/pdf

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oai:rcin.org.pl:66340 ; 0016-7282 (print) ; 2300-7362 (online) ; 10.7163/GPol.0121

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