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3228.0 - Demographic Estimates and Projections: Concepts, Sources and Methods, 1999  
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Contents >> Related publications and references

Demographic estimates and projections and their component data are referred to or published in the following publications. ABS publications have ABS's catalogue numbers shown in brackets.

Overview

  • Australian Demographic Statistics (3101.0) Quarterly.
  • Demography (for each State and Territory) (3311.x) Annual.
  • Australian Social Trends (4102.0) Annual.
  • Year Book, Australia (1300.0) Annual.
  • Australian Demographic Trends (3102.0) Irregular. Last issue 1997.

    Historic
  • Catalogue of Australian Statistical Publications 1804 to 1901 (1115.0).
  • Australians: Historical Statistics, Editor Wray Vamplew; Fairfax, Syme and Weldon Associates (1987).
  • Demography (Ref. No. 4.9). Issued annually, 1900 to 1971.
  • Australian Demographic Trends, 1997 (3102.0). Includes time series back to 1901.


Population estimates and projections

  • Australian Demographic Statistics (3101.0) Quarterly. Includes State level estimates.
  • Regional Population Growth, Australia (3218.0) Annual. Includes LGA and SLA estimates.
  • Population by Age and Sex: Australian States and Territories (3201.0) Annual. Includes single year of age estimates.
  • Population by Age and Sex (for each State and Territory) (3235.x) Annual. Includes SLA estimates.
  • Population Projections (3222.0) Every 2-3 years. 1997-2051 issue includes projections at the Part of State level.
  • Population Growth and Distribution in Australia (2035.0) Quinquennial. The 1996 Census of Population and Housing issue includes final SLA estimates for each year 1991-1996 based on 1996 SLA boundaries.

    Technical
  • Census of Population and Housing: Data Quality - Undercount 1996 (2940.0).
  • Issues in estimating small area populations, Andrew Howe. Demography working paper 98/1 available on ABS's web site.
  • Population Estimates: Concepts, Sources and Methods (3228.0) Irregular. Focus is primarily on 1986 - 1991 period.
  • Methods and Procedures in the Compilation of Estimated Resident Population 1981 and in the Construction of the 1971-81 Time Series (3103.0)
  • Adjusting the 1986 Australian Census Count for Underenumeration, C. Y. Choi, D. G. Steel and T. J. Skinner. Survey Methodology, December 1988 Vol. 14(2). See pp. 173-190.


Indigenous population estimates and projections

  • Experimental Estimates of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Population, 30 June 1991 - 30 June 1996 (3230.0) Includes ATSIC Region estimates for 30 June 1996.
  • Experimental Projections of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Population, 30 June 1996 - 30 June 2006 (3231.0)
  • Population Projections (3222.0) Includes projections at the State level.

    Technical
  • Population Issues, Indigenous Australians 1996, Kate Ross (4708.0)


Household estimates and projections

  • Australian Demographic Statistics (3101.0) Quarterly. Includes annual household estimates at the Part of State level.
  • Household and Family Projections (3236.0). First issue planned for release in October 1999.
  • Household Estimates, Australia, 1986, 1991-94 (3229.0)

    Technical
  • Projections of Households and Household Populations by Household Size Propensities, D.S. Ironmonger and C.W. Lloyd-Smith. Journal of the Australian Population Association, November 1992, Vol 9(2).


Fertility

  • Australian Demographic Statistics (3101.0) Quarterly. Includes estimates of births.
  • Births, Australia (3301.0) Annual. Includes Indigenous births.


    Technical

  • Quarterly birth and death estimates, Rhonda de Vos and John Paice. Demography working paper 98/2 available on ABS's web site.


Mortality

  • Australian Demographic Statistics (3101.0) Quarterly. Includes estimates of deaths.
  • Deaths, Australia (3302.0) Annual. Includes Indigenous deaths.

    Technical
  • Quarterly birth and death estimates, Rhonda de Vos and John Paice. Demography working paper 98/2 available on ABS's web site.


Migration

  • Overseas Arrivals and Departures, Australia (3401.0) Monthly.
  • Australian Demographic Statistics (3101.0) Quarterly. Includes quarterly estimates of interstate and international migration.
  • Migration, Australia (3412.0) Annual. Includes estimates of the population by country of birth and interstate migration.

    Historic other than referred to in Overview
  • Immigration and Ethnicity, Charles A. Price, Commonwealth Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (1996). Includes historic statistics and statistical changes.
  • 'Trans-Tasman Migration: Trends, Causes and Consequences', Editor Gordon A. Carmichael, Bureau of Immigration Research (1993). See Chapter 2: Policy and data. Includes historic statistics and statistical changes.

    Technical
  • Recommendations on Statistics of International Migration, Revision 1, United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs Statistics Division, New York (1998).
  • Estimating interstate migration, 1996 - 2001, Bill Allen. Demography working paper 99/2 available on ABS's web site.
  • Estimates of Residents Temporarily Overseas, Visitors in Australia and Category Jumping (3104.0).


Marriage and divorce

  • Australian Demographic Statistics (3101.0) Quarterly. Includes quarterly estimates of marriages and divorces.
  • Marriages and Divorces, Australia (3310.0) Annual. Includes estimates of the population by marital status.






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