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  • The Operation of Multiple Reservoir Systems

    The purpose of this workshop was to discuss, compare and evaluate various methods of operating, and determining operating policies for multi-purpose, multiple reservoir systems. While total reservoir capacities are known, the allocation of various storage volume zones within the reservoirs to various purposes, such as water supply or flood control, may vary in time and be dependent on reservoir operating policy. In the guidelines for preparation of the papers included in this volume, it was...

    The Economics of Risks to Life

    This study asks two questions: (1) What is the net value to the representative individual over his life-time of activities that alter age-specific mortality risks? (2) What is the cost to the representative individual of activities that take a life at random at a given age? Results, derived from an economic-demographic model with full age-specific accounting have a strong actuarial flavor: alterations in the mortality schedule, caused say by a medical breakthrough, should be assessed on ...

    Metropolitan Growth and Population Development at a National Level

    This paper demonstrates the importance of treating urban populations as heterogeneous when making national population projections. Large metropolitan areas are shown to exhibit specific patterns of migration, age composition, and fertility when compared with urban areas as a whole. It is argued that the path of demographic change at a national scale is not independent of the urbanization scenario selected, i.e., one emphasizing the expansion of large cities or, alternatively, a balanced settl...

    Data Bases and accounting Frameworks for IIASA's Comparative Migration and Settlement Study

    This paper reviews the accounting frameworks underpinning the data inputs to the Comparative Migration and Settlement (CMS) task now that the majority of country studies are either published as IIASA Research Reports or are in the publication pipeline. Rigorous comparisons are made of accounting, sex, age, time, and regional definitions used in the CMS set of studies, and the methods used to estimate required model inputs from available data are described. These comparisons and descriptions s...
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