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The policy pitfalls of ageism
New blog post on "Population & Policy Bites"
New Population Insights
Start with Science /// Migration in an Ageing Society /// Cohabitation in the EU
ERC Advanced Grants for Population Europe Researchers
Professor Billari (University of Oxford) and Professor Aassve (Bocconi) win prestigious grants
Discussion Paper No. 3
This Discussion Paper looks at the views and concepts of European civil society actors on the issue of demographic change.
Happy even after (kids)
New post by Ester Rizzi on the Population Europe blog.
Prof. Helga de Valk is the winner of the 2016 Allianz European Demographer Award
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IDEM 108 - Statistical Analysis in the Lexis Diagram: Age-Period-Cohort Models
Rostock, Germany Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR), Rostock, Germany
Policy workshop - Implications of Brexit for EU migrants
London Abbey Centre, 34 Great Smith Street, Westminster
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