17 DEC 2016
Read here Judith Kohlenberger's blog post (in German) about the Centre's research regarding Displaced Persons in Austria Survey (DiPAS).
16 DEC 2016
Daniela Weber was awarded by WU for her dissertation focussing on the international comparison of the cognition decline of elderly people.
15 DEC 2016
Assistant or Associate Professors (2) and Postdoctoral Researchers (2) in Demography at Shanghai University
Corresponding Research Areas: Human Capital Data Lab, Migration: Drivers and Impacts
14 DEC 2016
Maria Rita Testa looks at the gap between fertility intentions and realisation of educated women as a space for policy reform.
13 DEC 2016
Marc Luy has been awarded with an ERC Consolidator Grant for the project "Levels and Trends of Health Expectancy: Understanding its Measurement and Estimation Sensitivity".
8 DEC 2016
Daniela Weber has received the Stephan-Koren Prize from the Vienna University of Economics and Business, and the Lower Austria Chamber of Labour Science Prize for her dissertation on the international perspective on aging and cognitive decline.
5 DEC 2016
The Conference is devoted to the scientific career and achievements of Wolfgang Lutz and brings together international researchers in the field of Demography.
3 DEC 2016
The Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU) and the Asian Demographic Research Institute are organizing a series of workshops on modelling and projections. The first workshop will take place from 7-11 April 2017. Application deadline: 31 December 2016.
1 DEC 2016
Which factors will decide the future of humanity? Wolfgang Lutz and his team investigate the demographic challenges from an aging to an exploding population.
30 NOV 2016
Achieving the SDGs would significantly slow population growth, according to a new study authored by Guy Abel, Bilal Barakat, Samir KC and Wolfgang Lutz.
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