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Audio interviews and videos featuring World Population Program researchers between 2007-2011.

VODCAST - 26 October 2012

Jesus Crespo Cuaresma

Jesus Crespo Cuaresma at the IIASA Conference

Panel Presentation entitled "Human Capital, Growth and Development" by Jesus Crespo Cuaresma at the IIASA 40th Anniversary Conference

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VODCAST - 26 October 2012

Vegard Skirbekk

Vegard Skirbekk at the IIASA Conference

Panel Presentation entitled "Demographic Change and Productive Potential Across the Globe" by Vegard Skirbekk at the IIASA 40th Anniversary Conference

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VODCAST - 26 October 2012

Bill Butz

William Butz at the IIASA Conference

An introduction to Parallel Session 4: Assessing Education, Human Capital and Vulnerablility by Moderator William Butz 

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VODCAST - 24 October 2012

Dirk Messner, Wolfgang Lutz, Charlie Wilson, Thomas Schelling, Yolanda Kakabadse, Adil Najam, Justin Yifu Lin

IIASA Conference Panel Discussion, Session 2

Panel Discussion, Session 2: Drivers of Global Change - People, Institutions and Technology

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VODCAST - 24 October 2012

Wolfgang Lutz

Wolfgang Lutz at the IIASA Conference

Framing Presentation entitled "Human resources for Sustainable Development: Population, Education and Health" of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Lutz at the IIASA 40th Anniversary Conference

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VODCAST - 25 September 2012

Andreas Schleicher, Wolfgang Lutz

Second Demography-Lecture of the Berlin-Institut

Language: German

Prof. Dr. Andreas Schleicher and Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Lutz discuss global demographic developments at the Second Demography Lecture of the Berlin Institute

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VODCAST - 17 September 2012

FWF and Wolfgang Lutz

MS Wissenschaft 2012 in Austria

Language: German

IIASA’s World Population Program and the Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital at the "MS Wissenschaft" - an interactive science exhibition on sustainability

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PODCAST - 13 September 2012

ORF Radio Wien

MS Wissenschaft: Climate Change and Demography

Language: German

Interview with Wolfgang Lutz about climate change and demography

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PODCAST - 12 September 2012

ORF Radio Wien

MS Wissenschaft: Asia

Language: German

Interview with Wolfgang Lutz about demographic developments in Asia

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PODCAST - 11 September 2012

ORF Radio Wien

MS Wissenschaft: Africa

Language: German

Interview with Wolfgang Lutz about demographic developments in Africa

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PODCAST - 10 September 2012

ORF Radio Wien

MS Wissenschaft: Urban Developments and Sustainability

Language: German

Interview with Wolfgang Lutz about urban developments and sustainability

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VODCAST - 21 June 2012

Wolfgang Lutz

Wolfgang Lutz at the panel show TALK im Hangar-7 2012 Spezial

Language: German

Thema: Explosion der Menschheit - Werden wir zu viele?

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VODCAST - 27 March 2012

Wolfgang Lutz

New Challenges: Human Safety and Sustainable Security

Wolfgang Lutz speaks at the Affordable World Security Conference

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VODCAST - 29 September 2011

Wolfgang Lutz

Wittgensten Centre Opening Symposium (Complete Program)

The Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital Symposium officially opened on 29th September at the Austrian Parliament. 

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VODCAST - 29 September 2011

Barbara Prammer (The National Council, Austrian Parliament), William Butz (WIC), Detlof von Winterfeldt (IIASA), Sigrid Jalkotzy-Deger (Austrian Academy of Sciences), Christoph Badelt

Wittgenstein Centre Opening Symposium (Parliament Section 1)

Presentors: Barbara Prammer (The National Council, Austrian Parliament), William Butz (WIC), Detlof von Winterfeldt (IIASA), Sigrid Jalkotzy-Deger (Austrian Academy of Sciences), Christoph Badelt (WU)

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VODCAST - 29 September 2011

Heike Barakat, Sir Partha DasGupta

Wittgenstein Centre Opening Symposium (Parliament Section 2)

Presentors: Heike Barakat (WIC), Sir Partha DasGupta (University of Cambridge, University of Manchester)

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VODCAST - 29 September 2011

Paulina Makinwa-Adebusoye

Wittgenstein Centre Opening Symposium (Parliament Section 3)

Presentor: Paulina Makinwa-Adebusoye (Population Studies, Nigeria)

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VODCAST - 29 September 2011

Sir David King

Wittgenstein Centre Opening Symposium (Parliament Section 4)

Presentor: Sir David King (Smith School of Enterprise & the Environment)

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VODCAST - 29 September 2011

Demissie Habte

Wittgenstein Centre Opening Symposium (Parliament Section 5)

Presentor: Demissie Habte (Ethiopian Academy of Sciences)

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VODCAST - 29 September 2011

William Butz, Jesus Crespo Cuaresma, Alexia Furnkranz-Prskawetz, Sergei Scherbov

Wittgenstein Centre Opening Symposium (Parliament Section 6)

Presentors: William Butz (WIC), Jesus Crespo Cuaresma (WIC), Alexia Furnkranz-Prskawetz (WIC), Sergei Scherbov (WIC)

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VODCAST - 29 September 2011

William Butz, Wolfgang Lutz

Wittgenstein Centre Opening Symposium (Parliament Section 7)

Presentors: William Butz (WIC), Wolfgang Lutz (WIC)

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VODCAST - 08 June 2011

Wolfgang Lutz

Wolfgang Lutz at the IGIER Conference

Wolfgang Lutz at the IGIER - 20th Anniversary Conference, 8-9 June 2011, presenting on "The Demography of Global Human Capital. Formation and Economic Performance".

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VODCAST - 10 May 2011

Sergei Scherbov

New Measurement of Age and Aging

Sergei Scherbov about Age and Ageing in the "Impact of Demographic Change in Thailand: Situation and Policy Response" series

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VODCAST - 02 March 2011

Wolfgang Lutz

World Population, Female Education, and Sustainable Development

Professor Lutz explains the importance of female education in lowering fertility rates and child mortality in developing countries.

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VODCAST - 27 January 2010

Wolfgang Lutz

Wolfgang Lutz at the Brussels Development Briefing

On the occasion of his intervention at the Brussels Development Briefing on population growth and its implications for rural areas in ACP countries, Wolfgang Lutz explained his approach to demographic statistics. 

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VODCAST - 23 October 2009

Wolfgang Lutz

Population, Education, and the World's Future

On Oct. 23, 2009, Joel E. Cohen and Wolfgang Lutz shared their thoughts and reflections on their two recent articles on vital choices the earth's people and governments face to influence children's futures.

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VODCAST - 17 April 2009

Wolfgang Lutz

Wolfgang Lutz at the IHDP Open Meeting 2009

Wolfgang Lutz speaks on the White Couch about his experience at the IHDP Open Meeting 2009, and about the Social Challenges of Global Change.

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VODCAST - 17 April 2009

Wolfgang Lutz

IHDP Open Meeting 2009 Plenary Session 1

Wolfgang Lutz at the Plenary on Social Challenges and Demographics at the IHDP Open Meeting 2009.

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PODCAST - 16 January 2007

Jesus Crespo Cuaresma, Wolfgang Lutz

Human Capital, Age Structure, and Economic Growth

In collaboration with the Vienna Institute of Demography, IIASA's World Population Program has developed a new dataset of educational attainment by age and sex for 120 countries for the period 1970–2000. 

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