The "Birth Barometer's" new website gives an in-depth view of fertility trends in Austria

The "Birth Barometer's" new website gives an in-depth view of fertility trends in Austria

11 OCT 2019

Centre researchers provide easily accessible visualisation of the key trends and developments in birth and fertility rates in Austria.
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Who is telling the truth about their health?

Who is telling the truth about their health?

9 OCT 2019

In a study published in PLOS ONE, Sonja Spitzer and Daniela Weber explore reporting biases in self-assessed physical and cognitive health status.
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Sergei Scherbov receives Honorary Doctoral Degree in Liberal Arts

Sergei Scherbov receives Honorary Doctoral Degree in Liberal Arts

3 OCT 2019

Chulalongkorn University honors Scherbov in recognition of his knowledge and expertise in Population Studies and the outstanding contribution he has made in the field.
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Declining realisation of reproductive intentions with age - New paper by E. Beaujouan, T. Sobotka and colleagues

Declining realisation of reproductive intentions with age - New paper by E. Beaujouan, T. Sobotka and colleagues

2 OCT 2019

The findings give a new perspective on the ability of men and women to realise their reproductive plans in the context of childbearing postponement.
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Wolfgang Lutz - professor at University of Vienna as of 01.10.2019

Wolfgang Lutz - professor at University of Vienna as of 01.10.2019

1 OCT 2019

The newly established Department of Demography at the University of Vienna serves as the university based pillar of the Wittgenstein Centre.
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The global macroeconomic burden of road injuries amounts to US$1·8 trillion in 2015–30

The global macroeconomic burden of road injuries amounts to US$1·8 trillion in 2015–30

20 SEP 2019

In a new paper published in The Lancet, M. Kuhn, K. Prettner and colleagues present the sizeable costs and show that they are distributed unequally.
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The future is now: Science for achieving sustainable development

The future is now: Science for achieving sustainable development

11 SEP 2019

The United Nations launched a Global Sustainable Development Report that is based on the work of 15 independent scientists, among them Wolfgang Lutz.
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Addressing causes of mortality in Zambia

Addressing causes of mortality in Zambia

23 AUG 2019

A new paper published in Tropical medicine and International Health, Nandita Saikia and colleagues look at adult mortality in sub-Saharan Africa based on a cross-sectional study of causes of death in Zambia.
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US Aging Data Dheet

US Aging Data Dheet

22 AUG 2019

The first US Aging Data Sheet comprehensively presents traditional and new measures of aging, for all US states.
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 Examining the link between caste and under-five mortality in India

Examining the link between caste and under-five mortality in India

20 AUG 2019

In a new paper published in PLOS ONE, Jayanta Bora, Wolfgang Lutz and colleagues discuss the persistent influence of caste on under-five mortality:
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