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The next variant investigated by Kern is the age structure formed by a constant increase in the number of births. The purpose of these investigations is to define the role that could be played by an increase in the number of births as an inhibiting factor for the population aging process. The author describes two methods of appropriate investigation. The first consists in finding, in the near or more distant past, the moment regarded as the end point of a longer process of increase in the number of births.

2. 8. W . WEGMULLER, "Die statistischen Grundlagen der Bevolkerungsprognose", Schweiz. Z. Volkswirtsch. u. , Jahrgang 92. No. 3, September 1956, p. 297. 9. In the work Sterben die weissen Volkerl (Munich, 1934, pp. 40-41) Burgdorfer showed that if the development trends of the thirties of the 20th century had continued for a long period, the German population, which had increased very much during the 19th century, would decline rapidly within the 20th century; it would drop to 47,000,000 by the year 2000.

Z. Volkswirtsch. u. , Jahrgang 92. No. 3, September 1956, p. 297. 9. In the work Sterben die weissen Volkerl (Munich, 1934, pp. 40-41) Burgdorfer showed that if the development trends of the thirties of the 20th century had continued for a long period, the German population, which had increased very much during the 19th century, would decline rapidly within the 20th century; it would drop to 47,000,000 by the year 2000. 10. Thus the American demographer Warren S. Thompson states: "Obviously any long-time plans for national development must rest on estimates of our future population" (Population Problems, 3rd edition, p.

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