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Demographic trap
3 November 2020
Kku
link resource efficiency using Find link
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11 October 2020
Waddie96
Added {{Update}} tag: out-of-date statistics, references to AIDS death rates from the year 2000 where now Sub-Saharan Africa has decreased HIV-associated mortality dramatically
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30 September 2020
2a00:1fa0:a56:9708:556:4908:59ed:f6a
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6 June 2020
Certes
Fix surname links: Korotayev (via WP:JWB)
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4 January 2020
176.123.219.13
→‎Examples: replaced non-working link
18:43
+62
24 September 2019
49.196.22.193
→‎Results: Fixed strange corruption
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22 September 2019
103.79.100.169
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17 June 2017
Marcocapelle
more specific categorisation
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Marcocapelle
removed parent category of Category:Demographic economics
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21 April 2017
Mitch Ames
Remove supercategory of existing category per WP:SUBCAT using AWB
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30 December 2013
BD2412
→‎See also: Fixing links to disambiguation pages, replaced: Overpopulation → Overpopulation using AWB
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22:18
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4 October 2013
91.250.80.33
→‎Other viewpoints
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19 April 2013
Cydebot
Robot - Speedily moving category Aging to Category:Ageing per CFDS.
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12:00
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8 February 2013
MoireL5522
→‎Other viewpoints: italicized book title
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26 November 2012
Eric Kvaalen
The paper by Korotayev et al. concerns escaping from the Malthusian trap.
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2 October 2012
Nick Number
repaired link(s) to disambiguation page (you can help) - Donald Kaufman
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14:25
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18 July 2012
MoireL5522
→‎Other viewpoints: Added viewpoint that population growth does not necessarily hamper economic growth.
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5 July 2012
Phanerozoic
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23 November 2011
Light show
Fix cut lead text per talk
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+617
21 November 2011
Tdslk
Unlinked: John Avery
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19:10
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4 November 2011
84.203.65.121
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21 July 2011
R'n'B
Help needed: which John Avery?
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18:04
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18 June 2011
Ain92
→‎See also
20:08
+29
9 June 2011
Smyth
Reorganize
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11 May 2011
86.26.74.2
→‎Examples: thumb|Population pyramid in 2005. Many of those 30 and younger are educated citizens who are experiencing difficulty finding work.
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2 May 2011
Mutamarrid
no edit summary
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08:50
10 April 2011
88.87.70.127
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88.87.70.127
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88.87.70.127
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10 March 2011
Light show
add Brown cite
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13 February 2011
Wipsenade
link
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Wipsenade
link
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Wipsenade
→‎See also: n
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Wipsenade
→‎See also: one-child policy.
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8 February 2011
Light show
Undid revision 412557746 by Diligentdave (talk) commentary for a different subject
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7 February 2011
Diligentdave
no edit summary
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8 September 2010
Light show
rephrase
02:09
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7 September 2010
Light show
typos
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01:23
Light show
→‎External links: replace to fix
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+42
Light show
→‎External links: fix
00:52
Light show
→‎See also: add video link
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Light show
expand details
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+474
Light show
expand details
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+814
Light show
rephrase
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00:11
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Light show
fix punct.
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00:08
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Light show
expand and source
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6 September 2010
Light show
trim misc. uncited comments; rephrase & add sourced material
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5 July 2010
Thomasmeeks
→‎See also: * Demographic economics
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+28
18 March 2010
Nentrex
Copy edit
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+2
17 December 2009
SmackBot
remove Erik9bot category,outdated, tag and general fixes
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00:44
+19
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