While the policy briefs provide a condensed, four-page overview on a specific policy-relevant topic, the discussion papers tackle more general aspects and perspectives of population developments, and go more in-depth into an issue.
Evidence from the Generations & Gender Programme[...]
Evidence from the Generations & Gender Programme
Download Discussion Paper No. 11 (1.56 MB)The contributions stress the heterogeneity among migrants’ family life, and the need for more research and targeted policies. Concretely, four key messages are to be considered: [...]