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Calls for Papers

Deadline: 15/10/2020
Canadian Studies in Population, a Springer journal, is organising a Special Issue on ‘Population Health and COVID-19’. Deadline for submission: 15 October. [...]
Deadline: 16/10/2020
Call for proposals for manuscripts assessing how and why health and mortality of adults in the US continues to lag behind their counterparts in other high-income countries. The authors will present the manuscripts at a conference in May or June 2021, & manuscripts will likely be published as part of a supplemental issue of a peer-reviewed journal. [...]
Deadline: 30/10/2020
The 12th Conference of Young Demographers will take place 3-5 February 2021 at Charles University in Prague. It will give young researchers the chance to present their current research and discuss it with colleagues from other countries and fields. Abstracts should be submitted by 30 October 2020. [...]
Deadline: 05/11/2020
The Population Early-Career Author Prize is open to students or young researchers working in the field of population studies and will be awarded to the most outstanding original paper submitted to the competition jury. Deadline: 5 November. [...]
Deadline: 15/10/2020
This call, organized by GESIS in collaboration with Eurostat, invites you to submit an abstract to the 7th User Conference for users of Eurostat's European microdata. Deadline: 15 October. [...]
The Journal of Family Research invites family and life course scholars worldwide to submit their research on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on families to the journal. [...]
Deadline: 30/09/2020
This Genus Thematic Series aims to offer an updated examination of the key population dynamics and demographic and socio-economic implications of the COVID-19 pandemic – and of policies to face it – at a range of geographic, socio-economic, socio-demographic, and temporal scales. Deadline for paper submission: 30 September. [...]
The Journal of Applied Youth Studies (JAYS) welcomes interdisciplinary original papers on issues that depict youth and young adults’ lives. [...]
Deadline: 15/12/2020
The aim of this Special Issue is to present papers relevant for understanding the effect of the public health emergency generated by COVID-19 on gender inequalities and family relations, in order to help social scientists better address emerging challenges for contemporary families. [...]
The open access Quetelet Journal calls for papers around the following topics: gradient of urbanicity in demographic research; diffusion of behaviours across rural & urban sectors; migration and circulation within countries; and urbanisation, economic inequalities and ecology. [...]