Demographics of Korea and Germany
Population Changes and Socioeconomic Impact of two Divided Nations in the Light of Reunificationvon Bernhard Köppen und Norbert F. Schneider
Korea and Germany are commonly described as emblematic examples of divided nations. But while Korea is still divided Germany has gone through a peaceful unification. The book offers a unique comparative study on the demographic change in these divided countries. It also investigates the developments after Germany‘s unification. Based on this demographic insights of a merged society it asks about their use and limits for a possible Korean scenario of reunification.