Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
Global demographic trends are at a turning point. As population growth rates continue to decline in every region of the world, and in the face of an unprecedented aging of global population, one question is top of mind for everyone – what do these trends mean for the world’s cities?
This report – Demographic Trends and Urbanization – aims to frame that conversation by tracing the relationship between urbanization and relevant demographic indicators and how demography shapes a country’s desired development outcomes. The report explores how population growth, aging and migration affect the growth trajectories of cities, and how and why city-level demographic trends diverge from national and regional trends.
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