By Thierry Fabre, P. Sant Cassia, Paul Sant Cassia
Historians, anthropologists, political scientists and demographers discover the vital demanding situations and fears characterizing kinfolk among Europe and the Mediterranean. The individuals recommend that the best problem dealing with our political iteration is not any longer forming a Europe with no the Mediterranean, yet with it.
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The comparison of the two age structures in 2030 in Figure 9 makes the divergence of experience all the more apparent. It is worth recalling that even this view of Europe’s future is based on an assumption that fertility will increase. If the birth rate falls further, an even greater tapering at the base of the pyramid will occur. Ageing and the economy Not surprisingly, changes to the age structure on the scale that will be seen in Europe and the Mediterranean over the coming decades will have large economic effects.