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Changes in the age distribution of the population of Romania are analyzed. "To this end, the mean, median and quartile age were analysed in terms of the dynamics of these usual average values under the effect of the changes in the age-distribution of the Romanian population over the last decades, marked by an accelerated process of demographic aging. The… (More)
This is the first part of a two-part paper concerning longevity in Romania. The population structure is described by sex, age, and geographical location for the years 1966 and 1988. The focus is on describing characteristics of the aged over 60 and the aged over 85. Data are from official sources. (SUMMARY IN FRE AND RUM)
Trends in demographic aging in Romania during the period 1930-1986 are discussed. Consideration is given to age and sex distribution, causes and characteristics of demographic aging, and projections and implications of the increase in the population over 60 years of age. Data are from official sources.
This is the second part of a two-part paper concerning longevity in Romania. In this part the authors examine "the extent to which levels of longevity reached in the Romanian counties over the period 1966 and 1968 were the result of...demographic aging; to this aim the nature and intensity of the relationship between the dynamics of longevity and… (More)
The authors estimate the number of persons aged 90 to 99 years and the number of persons 100 years and over in Romania by sex and region for the year 1988. Data are based on the 1977 national census. The results show increases in both groups for the entire country and by district, with a sex differential favoring females. (SUMMARY IN FRE AND RUM)
The authors examine changes in the distribution of cohorts aged 45, 60, 75, and 85 and over, using official data for Romania for the period 1900-1989. Consideration is given to the effect of changes in life expectancy and survivorship. (SUMMARY IN FRE AND RUM)
Demographic aging and its consequences in Romania for the period 1930-2025 are analyzed using official data. Particular attention is paid to changes in the population over age 80. The activities and research of the National Institute of Gerontology and Geriatrics are described.