Births

Long-term trend and current final annual results

In the 1980s and 1990s, the number of live births averaged 90 000 a year, with figures peaking in 1982 (94 840) and 1992 (95 302). From 2001 to 2011 live births ranged between 75 458 (2001) and 78 968 (2004). Since 2012 the number of live births has been increasing steadily, peaking in 2016 at 87 675. Since then there has been a slight decrease to 85 535 live births in 2018. This translated into a birth rate of 9.7 per 1,000 of the population.

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Results (overview): Births

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Demographisches Jahrbuch 2018
On the individual level, demographic change is caused by a vast number of decisions in the course of human life. On the aggregate level, the outcomes of these decisions lead to changes in the ...

Release date: 12/2019 ISBN:978-3-903264-28-1

 
 

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Demographisches Jahrbuch 2017
On the individual level, demographic change is caused by a vast number of decisions in the course of human life. On the aggregate level, the outcomes of these decisions lead to changes in the ...

Release date: 12/2018 ISBN:978-3-903106-95-6

 
 

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Demographisches Jahrbuch 2016
On the individual level, demographic change is caused by a vast number of decisions in the course of human life. On the aggregate level, the outcomes of these decisions lead to changes in the ...

Release date: 12/2017 ISBN:978-3-903106-57-4

 
 

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