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How Tiger and Dragon Influence Reproductive Behaviour

In some parts of Asia, Chinese astrology with its twelve signs of the zodiac has a strong impact on the reproductive behaviour. Indicators of this are noticeable fluctuations in the annual numbers of live births. > More

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Cover des Buchs “Demographics of Korea and Germany“.

31 Jan 2018

New Book on Population Development in Korea and Germany

Is the demographic experience in Germany after reunification suitable to serve as a model for the situation in Korea in the event of reunification? This question is the central issue of the book.
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21 Dec 2017

BiB Data and Technical Report 3/2017 on the Second Wave of the TOP Study

The second wave of TOP focuses on the transitions to retirement, the realization of activity intentions, particularly on the labor market, as part of a multi-stage model of action as well as on the changes in the potentials of older adults over the course of time. More: BiB Data and Technical Report 3/2017 on the Second Wave of the TOP Study …

BiB Working Paper

20 Dec 2017

The Changing Nature of (Un-)Retirement in Germany

The aim of the new BiB Working Paper is to review the current state of research, provide an overview of basic concepts as well as to advance the discourse on the transition to retirement and the potential of older people in Germany. More: The Changing Nature of (Un-)Retirement in Germany …

Book cover of volume 50 of the Series on Population Studies

20 Dec 2017

Managing Expatriates: Success Factors in Private and Public Domains

The latest volume of the Series on Population Studies published by the BiB provides in-depth examinations of a variety of individual, social, and environmental factors that contribute to the success of expatriate employees. Using data from numerous large-scale studies from both the public and private sectors, this volume provides valuable insights into expatriate success with implications for both theoretical understanding and practical management. More: Managing Expatriates: Success Factors in Private and Public Domains …

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