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Although exact figures for emigration from the Netherlands during the nineteenth century are not available, it can be said that as compared with the high fertility, emigration played only a subordinate part in the development of the population. , "Gebaande Emigraüe", ECOfiMifiscli-Staßstisclle Bericllten, 1950, December, No. 1754, pp. 1022 ff. POPULATION PROBLEMS IN THE NETHERLANDS 25 According to one estimate, net emigration between 1865 and 1914 averaged about 5,000 persons per year. This figure reached 10,000 only once, in the year 1908 1).
This competition and the relatively less favourable status that Netherlands emigrants have as a result of it tend to stimulate the govemment's efforts to foster settlement abroad with possibly serious adverse effects on the national economy. For example, the govemment may refuse to subsidize the travel abroad of skilled workers needed in the Netherlands, and thus force a11 who cannot pay their own passage to remain. Both by this negative selection and by the clauses in agreements with immigration countries to protect migrants' social and cultural interests, a considerable portion of present-day migration has become "organized" or "planned" 1 ).
Lts average forecastwas about 12 million in 1970 and 13 million in 1980. If allowance is made for a permanent annual loss of 1) Some Forecasts of tlle Grofllth of tlle Netlurlantls Popfllation, I95o-r98o, Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek, The Hague, 1951. 1 million in 1980. In addition to this projection of the total population, a forecast was made of the composition of the population. The distribution with respect to age will change considerably, for it is influenced by fertility, mortality, and migration, and by each of these in the same direction.