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EPC to be hosted in Germany for the first time in 2016

Europe’s largest scientific conference on population studies, the European Population Conference (EPC), will take place in Germany for the first time in 2016. The EPC is convened every two years by the European Association for Population Studies (EAPS). In cooperation with the Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB), the conference will be hosted on the premises of the University of Mainz from August 31st to September 3rd, 2016. Alongside numerous scientific presentations and panels concerning population research, the conference’s theme of “Demographic Change and Policy Implications” also provides the opportunity to discuss topics relating to policy-making.

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BiB Data and Technical Report 2/2015

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10 Mar 2015

Internationally Mobile: New Report Published

The new study analyses motivations, determinants and impacts of emigration and return migration of German citizens.

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10 Mar 2015

BiB Data and Technical Report 1/2015

A new report on the survey "Internationally Mobile" has been released and includes detailed descriptions of the methodology and implementation of this pilot study as well as the questionnaires.

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