Batavian Demography and Army Recruitment

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Abstract

This model is simulating the demographic development of a hypothetical human population. The main goal is to simulate and understand the mechanisms that influence population growth and decline, and to assess the effects of changing the relevant parameters. For this, a distinction can be made between 'natural' demographic factors (mortality and fertility), and 'social' factors (in particular marriage rules).
LanguageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 10 Jul 2015

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Demographic Development
population decrease
demography
demographic factors
population growth
social factors
military
fertility
mortality
marriage

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