Resumen

“Traslación demográfica” es el establecimiento de interrelaciones entre una serie cronológica de observaciones en sección transversal en períodos de tiempo sucesivos y las series cronológicas del mismo indice, referido. a cohortes sucesivas. Este documento presenta dos tipos de soluciones a este problema y dá algunos ejemplos de cada uno.

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