• Population of American Samoa 

      Park, Chai Bin (UN.ESCAP, 1979)
      As part of their respective work programmes, the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) and the South Pacific Commission (SPC) have undertaken the preparation and publication of a series of monographs ...
    • Population of Australia 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1982)
      As part of the work programme of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), the secretariat’s Population Division has undertaken the preparation and publication of a series of country ...
    • Population of Bangladesh 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1981)
      The purpose of the monograph is to provide the countries of the ESCAP region with an understanding of existing population problems, as well as with a scientific basis for decision-making, policy formulation and determination ...
    • Population of Hong Kong 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1974)

      As part of the work programme of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), then known as the Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East, approved at its twenty-seventh annual session of ...

    • Population of Nepal 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1980)
      The purpose of the monographs is to provide the countries of the ESCAP region with an understanding of existing population problems as well as with a scientific basis for decision making, policy formulation and determination ...
    • Population of Papua New Guinea 

      UN.ESCAP; South Pacific Commission (SPC) (United Nations, 1982)
      As part of their respective work programmes, the Economie and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) and the South Pacific Commission (SPC) have undertaken the preparation and publication of a series of monographs ...
    • Population of Thailand 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1976)
      The purpose of the monograph is to provide a comprehensive picture of past, current and prospective population trends in the countries, as well as a basis for measuring such human needs as health services, housing, education, ...