The socio-demographic changes in Bangladesh: a study on impact

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Khan, Hafiz; Raeside, Robert;
  • Publisher: BRAC University
  • Subject: social

The paper aims at examining the socio-demographic changes over years and their impact on the future age-sex structure of population in Bangladesh. The mechanisms of change in the population are reviewed and it is shown that success in reducing fertility will alter the p... View more
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