POPNET Newsletter 50, Summer 2019: This 50th edition of POPNET presents some highlights and key findings from the European Research Council (ERC) funded project “Reassessing Aging from a Population Perspective (Re-Aging) that shed new light on the challenges associated with population aging. More
POPNET Newsletter 49, Spring 2018: This POPNET issue aims to deepen our knowledge of migration in the European context in light of its drivers and the integration of migrants. It highlights selected ongoing research activities of the Centre of Expertise for Population and Migration (CEPAM), which is jointly run by IIASA and the JRC. More
POPNET Newsletter 48, Winter 2016/17: Multi-dimensional demography has been at the heart of IIASA population work for decades and its possible applications are applied in many ways around the world, making demography more relevant. More
POPNET Newsletter 44, Winter 2012/13: New Wittgenstein Centre Projections by Age, Sex, and Education for 171 countries. More
POPNET Newsletter 42, Spring 2011: IIASA, the Austrian Academy of Sciences, and the WU–Vienna University of Economics and Business recently signed an agreement to jointly establish the Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital. More
POPNET Newsletter 38, Autumn 2006: 'FOCUS ON EUROPE' More
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