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LES SPÉCIFICITÉS DÉMOGRAPHIQUES DES RÉGIONS ET L'AMÉNAGEMENT DU TERRITOIRE

Abstract : [This is a report presented to the French Conseil économique et social and unanimously at its session of June 25-26, 1996. The author first examines the general factors which are affecting the populations of the 22 regions of France, as well as the differences among these regions. Next, the regions are analyzed individually for developmental and demographic trends. Finally, the need to take the specific demographic situation in each region into account when planning for that region’s devel-opment is stressed. The author emphasises the need to prevent a polarization of the French population, in which most of the population would be concentrated in inland urban centers and in the population, in which most of the population would be concentrated in inland urban centers and in the coastal trip, leaving the rest of the country largely unpopulated. In its recommendations, the report also proposes to fill in the statistical shortcomings, notably by reforming the population census.]
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Gérard-François Dumont. LES SPÉCIFICITÉS DÉMOGRAPHIQUES DES RÉGIONS ET L'AMÉNAGEMENT DU TERRITOIRE. Editions des Journaux officiels, pp.1-396, 1996, 2-11-074084-1. ⟨halshs-01552204⟩

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