Infographics and interactive tools

Research findings from the World Population Program are presented quickly and clearly in infographics and interactive tools.


Visualization of the Global Human Capital Data Sheet 2015

IIASA now provides a new visualization tool for presenting population projections by age, sex, and level of educational attainment for the world, world regions, and 195 countries, with a time horizon to 2060.



How much of Europe will be old in 2050?

Based on Sanderson, W., and Scherbov, S. (2015) Faster increases in human life expectancy could lead to slower population aging. PLOS ONE, 10(4):e0121922 doi:2015.10.1371/journal.pone.0121922



What's my place in the world population? How long will I live?

IIASA researcher Samir KC together with colleagues from the World Bank have developed an interactive tool that shows the journey of an individuals life in numbers and dates http://population.io/



Will the world's population stop growing? 

Based on Lutz, W., Butz, W.P., and KC, S. (2014) World Population and Human Capital in the 21st Century, Oxford University Press; and the Wittgenstein Data Explorer http://witt.null2.net/shiny/wic/





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Last edited: 05 April 2016

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PUBLICATIONS

Flatø M, Muttarak R, & Pelser A (2017). Women, Weather, and Woes: The Triangular Dynamics of Female-Headed Households, Economic Vulnerability, and Climate Variability in South Africa. World Development 90: 41-62. DOI:10.1016/j.worlddev.2016.08.015.

Goujon A & Eder J (2017). The Development of Higher Education in Africa: Regional Trends in a Global Perspective. In: Higher Education in Africa: Challenges for Development, Mobility and Cooperation. Eds. Goujon, A., Haller, M. & Kmet, B.M., pp. 2-23 Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN 978-1-4438-1679-3

Goujon A, Haller M, & Kmet BM (2017). Higher Education in Africa: Challenges for Development, Mobility and Cooperation. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN 978-1-4438-1679-3

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