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The Subjective Cost of Young Children: A European Comparison

25 MAY 2022

In this study, Sonja Spitzer and Bernhard Binder-Hammer analyse how the birth of a child affects the economic situation of young parents in Europe.
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WIC Fact Sheet Economic Demography

23 MAY 2022

The links between population structure and dynamics and economic development are the topic of this fact sheet.
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The Future of Fertility - The desire to have children for mid-30s and older persons

23 MAY 2022

Eva Beaujouan and her team investigate the biological, individual and contextual conditions related to this desire. Photo credit: © RIVA, Maddalena Carrai
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Join us!

19 MAY 2022

VID is offering a PHD STUDENT POSITION (F*M) (part-time / 30h per week) to join the research group on Economic Demography.
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Fact Sheet longevity, health, well-being

16 MAY 2022

The new WIC fact sheet focuses on differences and trends in life expectancy. (in German)
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Fact sheet migration

11 MAY 2022

This WIC fact sheet is dedicated to the complex social phenomenon migration. (in German)
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Fact Sheet climate change and demography

29 APR 2022

Now available in English! This WIC fact sheet summarizes the contribution of demography to climate research.
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Population dynamics under global climate change - 29 Apr 2022 10 AM Eastern Time - Online

19 APR 2022

Raya Muttarak is invited to present her research on population dynamics in the presence of global climate change in a virtual seminar organized by CUNY.
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Global migration flows by sex

15 APR 2022

Guy Abel and Joel E. Cohen have updated bilateral international migration flow estimates and refined them by sex, published in Scientific Data.
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Social inclusion of refugee women

12 APR 2022

In a new book, Bernhard Rengs, Isabella Buber-Ennser and colleagues look at the role of the family in the integration of refugee women.
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