Latin America and the Caribbean demographic observatory 2013
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Latin America and the Caribbean demographic observatory 2013

Population projections

In this issue, Demographic Observatory presents estimates and projections of the population of the 20 countries of Latin America, for the period 1950-2100. The figures contained in this publication are a revision of those presented in the Demographic Observatory No. 13. From this edition, Demographic Observatory will follow a standard format containing information that will be updated annually and were prepared by CELADE-Population Division of ECLAC.
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Generally speaking, total population estimates by sex and age group for each of the 20 countries of Latin America for the period 1950-2010 were prepared in conjunction with national institutions. However, the projection period was prepared by the demographic analysis team of the Latin American and Caribbean Demographic Centre (CELADE)- Population Division of ECLAC using the components method. The estimates and projections of the urban, rural and economically active populations were prepared by CELADE-Population Division of ECLAC following the methodology proposed in Demographic Observatory No. 2.2 Listed below are the information sources considered when estimating demographic dynamics.