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World Jewish population
A HE POPULATION ESTIMATES given below reflect some of the results of a prolonged effort to scientifically study the demography of contemporary world Jewry. Data collection and comparative researchExpand
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World Jewish Population, 2016
At the beginning of 2016, the world’s Jewish population was estimated at 14,412,200—an increase of 100,000 (0.70 %) over the 2014 revised estimate. As the world’s total population increased by 1.38 %Expand
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Some Fundamentals of Jewish Demographic History
A fruitful, intriguing relationship exists between population genetics and historical demography. While the former seeks information on the changing size and geographical distribution of populationsExpand
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Prospecting the Jewish Future: Population Projections, 2000—2080
are presented in full awareness that forecasting, in demography as in any other field, tends to underestimate the range of possible developments. Slow and gradual trends occasionally clash withExpand
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Was it the demography?: A reassessment of U.S. Jewish population estimates, 1945–2001
National Jewish population surveys in the United States provide comprehensive data and insights about the Jewish community’s development. Controversy accompanied the 2000–2001 National JewishExpand
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Review of Relevant Demographic Information on World Jewry
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Jerusalem's Population, 1995–2020: Demography, Multiculturalism and Urban Policies
This paper reports on a new projection of Jerusalem's population to the year 2020. Cultural, social and demographic trends within the city were analysed for eight main subpopulations featuringExpand
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Actual, Intended, and Appropriate Family Size Among Jews in Israel
Israel’s population reflects a unique combination of large-scale immigration and comparatively high fertility. Demographic trends impact on Israel’s regional and global relations. With a currentExpand
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The Land is Full: Addressing Overpopulation in Israel
With a short introduction by Paul Ehrlich (The Population Bomb) and Anne Ehrlich, Alon Tal's new book is a strong indictment against the rapid pace of population growth in the State of Israel and i...
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