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Sub-national population policy: the case of North Sulawesi

Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies 25(1): 77-104

Sub-national population policy: the case of North Sulawesi

The operation of national population policy in Indonesia is examined in a provincial context, namely North Sulawesi. Policies and performance are discussed in the areas of fertility, mortality, migration, urbanization and development of human capital. Emphasis is placed on the need for regional planning to anticipate the effects of fertility decline and migration on population structure and on infrastructure needs.

Accession: 001959303

PMID: 12281907

DOI: 10.1080/00074918812331335519

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