EVALUATION OF DEMOGRAPHIC SUSTAINABILITY IN AZERBAIJAN

Rovshan Karimov

Abstract


The paper deals with evaluation of demographic sustainability in the Azerbaijan Republic. For this purpose, distribution of the population, development of human settlements, and also indicators of natural movement of the population are analyzed. Special attention is given to socioeconomic aspects of demographic potential of the country in the context of perspective provision with human resources.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18007/gisap:spms.v0i6.973

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