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Chart of the Month - August 2016

More and More Children Born with the Help of Reproductive Medicine

A consistently increasing number of children are born in Germany with the help of modern reproductive methods. In 2001, 12,500 births fell into this category, by now the number has risen to 17,100 in 2013. 2003 – the last year in which the costs were fully covered by health insurance for those holding public insurance – is the only exception to this trend, with 18,700 births ... More

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11 Aug 2016

The BiB at the European Population Conference 2016

At the biggest European symposium for demographic research from 31 August until 3 September 2016 in Mainz, Germany, researchers from the BiB will present and discuss the latest research in 20 sessions – an overview about the contributions. More: The BiB at the European Population Conference 2016 …

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28 Jul 2016

BiB Data and Technical Report 2/2016

The documentation of the first wave of the survey "Transitions and Old Age Potential (TOP)" – English version – has been published. More: BiB Data and Technical Report 2/2016 …

Chart of the Month - August 2016

11 Jul 2016

Rapid Population Increases Ahead for African Cities

The continuous population growth in Africa is currently leading to an increased urbanisation and expansion of major cities. While there are only seven cities with more than five million inhabitants on the African continent at present, there will be 18 by 2030. > More

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06 Jul 2016

1st European Meeting of the Biomarker Network: Program Now Available

At the first European meeting of the Biomarker Network which takes place in advance of the European Population Conference 2016 in Mainz the following sessions are offered: More: 1st European Meeting of the Biomarker Network: Program Now Available …

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