Looking Forward to a Dynamic Third Age - Spanish Mapping Report

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Title: Looking Forward to a Dynamic Third Age - Spanish Mapping Report
Authors: Bru Ronda, Concepción | Valero Escandell, José Ramón | Pina Medina, Víctor Manuel | Aleson-Carbonell, Marian | Ruiz Armero, Nuria | López Blanes, Antonio | Sarrión Cano, Víctor
Research Group/s: BALL Project
Center, Department or Service: Universidad Permanente de la Universidad de Alicante
Keywords: Mapping | Active Ageing | Health | Learning | Employment | Population | Retirement | Pre-Retirement | Third Age | Lifelong learning | Preparation for retirement | Demographic analysis | Mapeo | Envejecimiento Activo | Salud | Aprendizaje | Jubilación | Población | Pre-jubilación | Tercera edad | Preparación para la jubilación | Análisis demográfico | BALL Project | Proyecto BALL | University of Alicante | Universidad de Alicante | Permanent University of the University of Alicante | Universidad Permanente de la Universidad de Alicante | Erasmus+ | UPUA
Date Created: Jan-2015
Issue Date: Jan-2015
Abstract: The population analysis presented here has been performed on the Spanish population as a whole and, in nearly all cases, whenever it was possible for us, also on the differential demographic evolution of the Alicante province. The data used were obtained from the INE (Spanish initials for National Statistics Institute), basically from the aspects included in Demography and Population (singularly, Population and Household Projection, Ongoing Municipal Register Statistics, Population Censuses, Population Natural Movement and Basic Demographic Indicators; and we have also resorted to the Active Population Survey at some stage). No special mention has been made of the migratory movements which, despite their importance and decisiveness during the last decade, have seen their influence on the population as a whole reflected on all the remaining demographic magnitudes (population growth, greater or lesser ageing degree, contribution to birth rate) and, especially, because the medium-term projections may strongly fluctuate, as it can be easily verified through the analysis of the last few years. We have nearly always resorted to the projections available until 2028-29 because almost all of them can refer both to the whole of Spain and to the specific area that we are dealing with, the Alicante province, whereas those available until 2064 only refer to Spain as a whole and, moreover, they are practically a sort of continuation of the medium-term data available.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10045/60035
Language: spa | eng
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/report
Rights: Looking Forward to a Dynamic Third Age – Spanish Mapping Report by BALL Project is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 Internacional License
Peer Review: si
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