Historical studies have always underlined deep differences in the demography of Southern Italy respect to that of the Northern and Central part of the country. This paper is particularly interested in discovering if nowadays the Southern demographic dynamics are finally comparable with the recent evolution of the North and the Centre of the Peninsula. We examine specifically the different evolutions of mortality, fertility and family formation. The hypothesis is that beneath the similarities shown by the data there are economic and anthropological differences.

Micheli, G., Rettaroli, R. (2008). Esiste una specificità demografica del Meridione?. MERIDIANA, 2009(61), 43-100.

Esiste una specificità demografica del Meridione?

MICHELI, GIUSEPPE ANNIBALE;
2008

Abstract

Historical studies have always underlined deep differences in the demography of Southern Italy respect to that of the Northern and Central part of the country. This paper is particularly interested in discovering if nowadays the Southern demographic dynamics are finally comparable with the recent evolution of the North and the Centre of the Peninsula. We examine specifically the different evolutions of mortality, fertility and family formation. The hypothesis is that beneath the similarities shown by the data there are economic and anthropological differences.
Articolo in rivista - Articolo scientifico
demografia; Meridione
Italian
Micheli, G., Rettaroli, R. (2008). Esiste una specificità demografica del Meridione?. MERIDIANA, 2009(61), 43-100.
Micheli, G; Rettaroli, R
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