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Research Project on

Fertility and Migration Indicators For Southeast Asian Countries

Researcher : Dr Kannan Navaneetham
Asian MetaCentre for Population and Sustainable Development Analysis

Synopsis

The Asian MetaCentre initiated the collection of time series data of demographic indicators including fertility and mortality rates for the Southeast Asian countries. In addition to that, socio-economic variables were also collected for South and Southeast Asian countries. One of the advantages of this databank is that the postdoctoral fellows and visiting fellows could use this database for their research. The following research using the database have been completed or are ongoing.

Status
Completed

Publications
Navaneetham, K. (2002) Age Structural Transition and Economic Growth: Evidence from South and Southeast Asia, Asian MetaCentre Research Paper Series No. 7, Singapore: Asian MetaCentre

Paper on “Age Structural Transitions and Economic Growth in South and Southeast Asian Countries” by Kannan Navaneetham, presented at Session S03-Economics of Aging at the XXIV IUSSP General Population Conference, Salvador, Brazil, 18-24 August 2001.

Paper on “Fertility Trends in Singapore: Cohort and Period Analysis” by Kannan Navaneetham and Wolfgang Lutz, presented at the IUSSP Regional Population Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, 10-13 June 2002.

Paper on “Probabilistic Mortality Forecasting in Singapore”, by Kannan Navaneetham and Tsui Ka Cheng (NUS), presented at the IUSSP Regional Population Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, 10-13 June 2002.

Paper on “Trends, Patterns and Differentials of Adult Mortality in Singapore” by Kannan Navaneetham, presented at the IUSSP Regional Population Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, 10-13 June 2002.

 

 

 

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