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Frank T Denton
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Gordon W. Davies, Frank T. Denton, Christine H. Feaver, Byron G. Spencer. Canadian Public Policy, January 1981, JSTOR. The authors haven't finished explaining this publication

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projections to the year 2051. Canada, Labor supply, Employment forecasting, Population forecasting, Population. Published 1980 by Economic Council in [Ottawa. 6. The Physical Object. 50 p. ; 27 cm. Number of pages.

The Future Population and Labour Force of Canada: Projections to the Year 2051. October 1982 · Canadian Public Policy. One scenario is a base case which is essentially a projection of the past into the future. The second scenario introduces a vigorous program of greenhouse gas reduction. The third scenario builds on the second by adding more. environmental, social and economic measures that combine to provide sustainable prosperity. The scenarios are not predictions of what will happen, but an exploration of possibilities.

Labor supply - Canada, Canada - Population. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station07. cebu on April 12, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

Frank Trevor Denton (born October 27, 1930), is a Canadian economist. He is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Economics at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. His published work includes contributions to applied econometrics, population economics, labour economics, health economics, energy economics, and demography. University of Toronto: . McMaster University, 2008. Elected Fellow, American Statistical Association, 1979.

Denton, . Feaver, . & Spencer, . he Future Population and Labour Force of Canada: Projections to the Year 2051. Ottawa: Economic Council of Canada, 1980. Department of Finance Canada, Participation and Labour Force Growth in Canada. Ottawa: Department of Finance Canada, 1980. What will 1984 be Like? Socioeconomic Implications of Recent Twists in Age Structure, Demography 1978, 15, 397–432. eds. The Economic Consequences of Slowing Population Growth. New York: Academic Press, 1978.

This chapter takes a more careful look into the future and presents some alternative projections of both population and labour force for Canada to the year 2001.

Demon, C. Feaver, and B. Spencer, The future population and labour force of Canada: projections to the year 2051, Ottawa: Economic Council of Canada (1980).

Mots cles: Population future, Canada, repartition par age, relations de dependance. Manuscript received July 29, 1996; manuscrit recju le 29 juillet 1996. Manuscript accepted April 4, 1997; manuscrit accepte le 4 avril 1997

Mots cles: Population future, Canada, repartition par age, relations de dependance. Manuscript accepted April 4, 1997; manuscrit accepte le 4 avril 1997.