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Une exception française : son recensement de la population : Quelle méthode ? Quelles insuffisances ? Comment l’améliorer ?

Abstract : In the early 2000s, France decided to change the method of census population. It abandons the traditional exhaustive census and replaced it with a unique method worldwide, with an annual census survey in major cities, the census still being complete only for small towns on a five years basis. How can such a change be explained and what are its characteristics ? What problems do they raise ? Thirdly, it will be necessary to examine whether the French census is meeting its initial stated objectives, and then consider possible improvements.
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Gérard-François Dumont. Une exception française : son recensement de la population : Quelle méthode ? Quelles insuffisances ? Comment l’améliorer ?. Les Analyses de Population & Avenir, 2018, pp.1-26. ⟨10.3917/lap.003.0001⟩. ⟨halshs-03103758⟩

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