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European Population Conference 2016 in Germany: Call for Papers

The next European Population Conference (EPC) will take place in Mainz, Germany, from 31 August until 3 September 2016 und is organised by the European Association for Population Studies (EAPS) in cooperation with the Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB). EPC2016 is a general scientific population conference where the topic "Demographic Change and Policy Implications" will receive special attention. Abstracts/papers can only be submitted at the conference website http://epc2016.princeton.edu until 15 December 2015.

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CPoS

17 Jun 2015

Comparative Population Studies 2/2015 available

The new issue of our scientific journal CPoS has been released.

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CPoS

02 Jun 2015

Consequences of Enduring Low Fertility – A German Case Study

A new article on these topic has been pre-published on our CPoS website.

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BiB Working Paper

28 Apr 2015

BiB Working Paper on "Childlessness and Large Families" (K&K)

The BiB Research Project Childlessness and Large Families (Kinderlosigkeit und Kinderreichtum: K&K) has published four new working papers which outline the theoretical basis of the project.

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20 Mar 2015

BiB Data and Technical Report 2/2015

The new Data and Technical Report by Michael Mühlichen and Rembrandt Scholz deals with historical church book data and their usability for demographic analyses using the example of infant mortality.

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