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REASER :: Volume 13, ISSUE 1/2017::




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1Editors CoverSee more1-2
2Editors Table of contentsSee more3
3Vasilescu Ruxandra ForewordSee more4
4Gasparikova, Jana Democratic renewal- position and activity of local leaders in SlovakiaSee more5-15
5George, Benjamin H. A study of traditional discussion boards and social media within an online landscape architecture courseSee more16-25
6Kimhi, Ayal Menahem-Carmi, SaritDoes rural household income depend on neighboring urban centers? Evidence from IsraelSee more26-35
7Najm, Najm A., Manasrah, Alaa K. The effect of talent management on organizational performance: applied study in Jordanian banksSee more36-51
8Palazzo, Anna Maria, Fantaccione, RobertoThe inefficiency of the immigration-based demographic equilibriumThis study investigates the impact that a possible increase in fertility rates and the control of immigration have on population stationarity following the approach used in Angrisani and Di Palo (2016). Our paper shows that using immigration for population stationarity leads to a gross inefficiency in terms of size and age distribution of the stationary population. Indeed, we show that immigration-based population stationarity is inefficient as the stationary population results in having a larger size than that obtained bringing the fertility rates to the whole natural level of equilibrium. Furthermore, the immigration-based stationary population results in being unbalanced in terms of ratios between old and young age groups pro the former ones. In order to perform population evolution, the Leslie model has been used in a two sex form already applied in a previous work, and in order to introduce the effect of possible changes in fertility or immigration in the model the modified approach of Angrisani and Di Palo (2016), has been used in a slightly simplified version. Numerical illustration is obtained on data by gender for the Italian population.
KEYWORDS: population stationarity, Leslie population model, immigration.
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9Skorupinska, Aleksandra ICT, innovation and productivity: evidence based on Polish companiesSee more59-65
10Soderlind, Ulrica Eating with the dead in the nation of GeorgiaSee more66-80
11Vamesu, Ancuta, Barna, CristinaRomanian Credit Unions - self-organising for financial education and inclusionSee more81-94
12Zitti, Marco, Grigoriadis, Efstathios, Salvati, Luca Beyond the 'Divided City': a manifesto for spatially-balanced, sprawl-free post-crisis metropo-lisesSee more95-109

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