IIASA's World Population Program research on re-assessing population aging will be taken further at this meeting. More
IIASA scientists will discuss highlights and selected results from the latest population projections produced by the Wor... More
IIASA's World Population Program and the Wittgenstein Center for Demography and Global Human Capital (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, ... More
Wolfgang Lutz and Franz Fischler are presenting and discussing their new book "Zukunft Denken" at this public event. More
IIASA's Samir KC will give a Seminar on multi-dimensional population projections at the National University of Singapo... More
Valeria Bordone will present latest research from the Re-Aging project on cognitive functioning at this conference. More
William P. Butz will present POP research on how global change will affect population vulnerability to climate variabili... More
Demographic Differential Vulnerability to Natural Disasters in the Context of Climate Change Adaptation More
On 21 January, IIASA POP Deputy Director Sergei Scherbov will participate at the 11th Vienna Congress. More
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