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On the Variety of Demographic Research in Europe

The 12th European Population Conference (EPC) took place in Budapest from 25 to 28 August 2014.

The main focus of the conference was on the topic of demographic transitions in Europe and the opportunities and threats related to them. Fundamental changes started 25 years ago in the Eastern part of Europe, opening a new chapter in the history of the Continent. Even though the transformation of population processes is not complete, the objective of the conference was to make an inventory from the perspective of a quarter century. Has a new pattern of demographic behaviour emerged? How much is it different from other regions of Europe, and what mechanisms shaped population processes in the Eastern part of Europe? Read the full event report here.

As the director of the BiB, Prof. Norbert F. Schneider, announced, the next EPC will take place in Mainz, Germany, from August 31st until September 3rd, 2016.

News from the BiB

CPoS

02 Jul 2014

Comparative Population Studies 2/2014 available

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

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CPoS

16 May 2014

Internal Migration in Germany 1995-2010

A new article on this topic has been pre-published on the CPoS website.

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CPoS

24 Mar 2014

Comparative Population Studies 1/2014 available

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

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BiB Working Paper

17 Mar 2014

BiB Working Paper on the Causes of Different Education Outcomes

The main concern of the BiB Working Paper 1/2014 is how migration background, social inequality or education policy can explain different education outcomes.

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