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Vital Statistics and Differences of Depopulation Processes in Croatia and its Counties

Anđelko AKRAP

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str. 793-815

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Since the 1971 census and subsequent to the emigration
wave into Western-European countries in the sixties of this
century, the overall Croatian population has consisted of the
population in Croatia and population working temporarily
abroad including family members. In the context of this
research, among other things, the author problematizes the
statistics of analysing the duality of Croatian population, as
well as the obscurities and faulty conclusions appearing if
this is not taken into consideration. The key position in the
research is taken by a comparative analysis of natural trends
of the population present in Croatia and the population
working temporarily abroad. By dividing the total number of
people born between 1971 and 1991 into those born in
Croatia and abroad, the aim was to establish how many
people born abroad were included in the Croatian census in
1991. Exact analysis has determined part of the
demographic effects of emigration. The natural growth
attained abroad (1971-1991) has been included as if it occurred in Croatia or in one of its counties. Furthermore,
this research indicates that not only the natural growth
achieved abroad is missing, but also the part that was
achieved in Croatia in the same period. This is how, in part,
a more favourable demographic picture was produced,
especially of those counties that have long been considered
as depopulated.

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