Articles, Books & Academic Papers
The following is a list of sources used in the research for this site.
Coulmas, F. (2007). Population decline and ageing in Japan : The social consequences (Routledge contemporary Japan series ; 16). London ; New York: Routledge.
Coulmas, F., & Lützeler, Ralph. (2011). Imploding populations in Japan and Germany : A comparison (International comparative social studies ; v. 25). Leiden ; Boston: Brill.
Douglass, C. (2005). Barren states : The population “implosion” in Europe (English ed.). Oxford ; New York: Berg.
Konzelmann, L., Bergmann, M., & Rattinger, H. (2014). Demographic Change in Germany – its Political Consequences. Nomos.
Sackmann, R., Bartl, W., Jonda, B., Kopycka, K., & Rademacher, C. (2015). Coping with Demographic Change: A Comparative View on Education and Local Government in Germany and Poland (Vol. 19, European Studies of Population). Cham: Springer International Publishing.
Peer-Reviewed Academic Papers:
Andreason, A. (2011). Will the EU Survive Its Demographic Deficit? Yale Economic Review, 7(1), 19-23.
Bloom, Canning, Fink, & Finlay. (2009). The Cost of Low Fertility in Europe. NBER Working Paper Series, 14820.
Coleman, D., & Rowthorn, R. (2011). Who’s afraid of population decline? A critical examination of its consequences. Population and Development Review, 37(Suppl 1), 217-48.
Schafer, L. (1998). The Population Implosion of the Developed World: Changing Attitudes toward Immigration to Support Aging Societies. Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 6(1), 357-369.