Demography in South Asia: Implications for regional and global political narratives

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Joseph, M. (Ed.). (2014). Demography in South Asia: Implications for regional and global political narratives. New Delhi: Manohar & Distributors.

Population growth patterns and sizes remain significant factors that affect economic and political opportunities. In the case of South Asia, there will be implications on both population rise as well as migration. This particular volume analyses the demographic changes in terms of the increase in the population as well as migration of people, latter having implications for countries such as Australia, Canada, the US and those in Europe. The first eight chapters focus on the eight South Asian countries, while the next four chapters look at the issue from the perspective of the destination countries, Australia, Canada, the US and the European Union.

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