22 июня 2011 19:48

Kazakhstan and Turkey are best in OSCE by demography

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Kazakhstan and Turkey are in the most demographically-favorable position among the OSCE countries, KazTAG reports citing the Voice of America. As per the website, the forecast of demographic future of the OSCE region was discussed in Washington by historians, sociologists and demographists. “Turkey and Kazakhstan are in the most favorable position among the OSCE countries, there one retired person is “paid for” by six-seven young tax-payers. The experts forecast that the ratio will reduce to 1 against 3 by 2030,” the website writes. According to professor Jack Goldstone, the number of working population against the number of retired people in Germany and Italy is 2:1. This ratio is characterized as pre-crisis one. This ratio is 3:1 in USA, Russia, Poland and Romania: this is considered a healthy ration, according experts, but it is also expected to lower by 2050. “Crisis of empty cradle” is explained by the prevailing individualistic approach to life in developed countries, where children are no longer considered an economically profitable investments by couples living in dynamic modern cities,” the website writes citing the President of the Population Research Institute Steven Mosher.


Kazakhstan and Turkey are in the most demographically-favorable position among the OSCE countries, KazTAG reports citing the Voice of America. As per the website, the forecast of demographic future of the OSCE region was discussed in Washington by historians, sociologists and demographists. “Turkey and Kazakhstan are in the most favorable position among the OSCE countries, there one retired person is “paid for” by six-seven young tax-payers. The experts forecast that the ratio will reduce to 1 against 3 by 2030,” the website writes. According to professor Jack Goldstone, the number of working population against the number of retired people in Germany and Italy is 2:1. This ratio is characterized as pre-crisis one. This ratio is 3:1 in USA, Russia, Poland and Romania: this is considered a healthy ration, according experts, but it is also expected to lower by 2050. “Crisis of empty cradle” is explained by the prevailing individualistic approach to life in developed countries, where children are no longer considered an economically profitable investments by couples living in dynamic modern cities,” the website writes citing the President of the Population Research Institute Steven Mosher.
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