Allan Hill

Professor of Demography at the Harvard Center for Population Studies

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Professor of Demography at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies

Allan Hill on KCRW

In much of the world, population growth has reached unsustainable
levels, but Western Europe is welcoming a minor baby boom after 20
years without enough children to replace the…

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In much of the world, population growth has reached unsustainable levels, but Western Europe is welcoming a minor baby boom after 20 years without enough children to replace the…

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