This article highlights a recent paper co-authored by CIC program officer Bojan Francuz with the UN Foundation’s David Steven.
“In a paper published earlier this month, the UN Foundation’s David Steven and the Center for International Cooperation’s Bojan Francuz broke this data down further. They divided the world into “Future Majority” countries, in which more people will be born by 2100 than are currently alive today, and “Living Majority” countries, where the reverse is true. They found that while 91 countries are “Living Majority” countries, a staggering 110 countries are “Future Majority” countries.”
Read the full article at World Politics Review.