Definition: Population change

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Population change, defined generally, is the difference in the size of a population between the end and the beginning of a given time period (usually one year). Specifically, it is the difference in population size on 1 January of two consecutive years.
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Statistics Explained, a distinct section of the official Eurostat website presenting all statistical topics in an easily understandable way
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