Best Reference Books – Stochastic Methods in Demography

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Stochastic Methods In Demography subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Stochastic Methods In Demography along with reviews.

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1. “An Econometric Analysis of Individual Unemployment Duration in West Germany (Studies in Contemporary Economics)” by Eckhard Wurzel

“An Econometric Analysis of Individual Unemployment Duration in West Germany (Studies in Contemporary Economics)” Book Review: This book is designed for the students, economists, researchers and scientists. It discusses the importance of micro-economy. It discusses the application of the concept of the hazard rate. It focuses on the socio-economic panel. Along with the theoretical portions it also covers the practical applications of the econometric analysis. It also consists of solved examples, exercises and short questions at the end of the chapter.

2. “Stochastic Process in Demography and Applications” by Suddhendu Biswas

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“Stochastic Process in Demography and Applications” Book Review: This book is designed of the students, researchers and scientists. It discusses the information of mathematical demography. The topics which are covered are modern stochastic process and renewal theory. Along with the theoretical portions it also covers the practical applications of the stochastic process. It consists of solved examples, exercises and short questions at the end of the chapter.

3. “Dynamic Modelling of Stochastic Demand for Manufacturing Employment (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems)” by Gerard A Pfann

“Dynamic Modelling of Stochastic Demand for Manufacturing Employment (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems)” Book Review: This book is designed for the students, researchers, industrialists and scientists. It basically deals with the modelling of stochastic demand for manufacturing employment. It explains about the linear rational expectations models. Along with the theoretical portions it also covers the practical applications of the stochastic demand. It consists of solved examples, exercises and short questions at the end of the chapter.

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4. “Biodemography of Aging: Determinants of Healthy Life Span and Longevity (The Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis)” by Anatoliy I Yashin and Eric Stallard

“Biodemography of Aging: Determinants of Healthy Life Span and Longevity (The Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis)” Book Review: This book is designed for the biology students, chemists, researchers and scientists. The topics are age trajectory analysis, general populations and incidence/age patterns. It also explains the properties of individual aging. It covers statistical analyses of unique longitudinal data sets. It basically discusses the understanding of links between aging and human health. It consists of solved examples, exercises and short questions at the end of the chapter.

5. “Exploring the Health State of a Population by Dynamic Modeling Methods (The Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis)” by Christos H Skiadas and Charilaos Skiadas

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“Exploring the Health State of a Population by Dynamic Modeling Methods (The Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis)” Book Review: This book is designed for the students, researchers, industrialists and scientists. It basically discusses the health state of the population. It covers the stochastic modeling techniques. It also focuses on the derivation and classification of the human development stages. Along with the theoretical portions it also covers the practical applications. It consists of solved examples, exercises and short questions at the end of the chapter.

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