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1 Introduction An ageing population is an inevitable phenomenon not only in Korea but also in most Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries. This increase in the share of the older population could lead to a decrease

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k 1. 1. 2015 [Population in Municipalities – on 1 January 2015. Population in Cohesion Regions, Regions and Districts of the Czech Republic on 1 January 2015]. Prague : ČSÚ . https://www.czso.cz/csu/czso/pocet-obyvatel-v-obcich-k-112015 , accessed

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2002 117 201 217 HCSO (2001): Population Census 2001 . Budapest: Hungarian Central Statistical Office

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–202. Hablicsek, L. (2007): A roma népesség demográfiai, iskolázottsági és aktivitási mutatóinak területi alakulása (Territorial setup of demographic, education and activity indicators of the Roma population). Kisebbségkutatás , 4: 729

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2012 National Bureau of Statistics of China (2012): China’s Total Population and Structural Changes in 2011 . http://www.stats.gov.cn/was40/gjtjj_en_detail.jsp?searchword=population

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Age of Migration. International Population Movements in the Modern World . New York: The Guildford Press. Miller M. J. The Age of Migration

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. Djernes , J. ( 2006 ): Prevalance and Predictors of Depressions in Populations of Elderly: A Review . Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 113 ( 5 ): 372 – 387 . Doiren , D

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Cole, M. A. — Neumayer, E. (2004): Examining the Impact of Demographic Factors on Air Pollution. Population and Environment 26(1): 5–21. Neumayer E. Examining the Impact of

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Migration Propensities. Presented at the European Population Conference 2001. Economic Developments and Internal Migration Propensities

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1 INTRODUCTION Across OECD countries, the world of work is continually changing but a number of megatrends, including technological change, globalisation and population ageing, may be combining to speed up and increase the magnitude of these changes

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