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Chart of the Month - January 2015

German Major Cities with High Population Growth

Chart of the Month – January 2015

The population of German major cities has risen most strongly among all German administrative districts. As a calculation of the German Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB) shows, Berlin has gained about 43,000 new residents each year from 2011 to 2013, followed by Munich (22,600), Hamburg (13,600) and Frankfurt (11,500).

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03 Mar 2015

Comparative Population Studies 1/2015 available

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

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28 Nov 2014

BiB Data and Technical Report 1/2014 on the PinK-Study

A new report documents the PinK-Study, a prospective cohort survey of couples undergoing fertility treatment.

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28 Nov 2014

Comparative Population Studies 4/2014 available

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

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02 Oct 2014

What Impact Does Culture Have on Familial and Generative Behaviour?

A special issue of CPoS on the subject of family values and family norms has been released.

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