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Population Europe welcomes the AAL Programme as its newest collaboration partner! [...]
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The French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED) is working to provide free access to data organized by sex, age group, and place of COVID-19-related deaths. The data are centralized, analysed, and provided on a dedicated website: https://dc-covid.site.ined.fr/en/. [...]
By Jana Vobecká
James Vaupel, a top demographer based at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU), has received a European Research Council grant for the new project ´Inequalities in Lifespans before and after Retirement: Trailblazing Demographic Theory and Analysis´. The major innovation of Vaupel’s project is the inclusion of individual lifespan inequalities into the theory on mortality at older ages. [...]
Berlin, 23 March 2020 – The decision of the international evaluation committee on the European Demographer Awards, a prize donated by the Förderfonds Wissenschaft in Berlin, was announced today by the secretariat of the European research network Population Europe. [...]
With the outbreak of the COVID-19, demographers around the world have immediately gotten to work studying its trajectories and consequences. [...]
The Council of the European Association for Population Studies (EAPS), in collaboration with Springer Nature, is inviting applications for an Editor-in-Chief for its flagship European Journal of Population (EJP). [...]
Population Europe welcomes the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Eastern Europe and Central Asia as its newest collaboration partner! [...]
Cambridge University Press is now inviting applications for a new Editor-in-Chief of Ageing & Society, a leading interdisciplinary and international peer-reviewed journal devoted to the understanding of human ageing and the circumstances of older people in their social and cultural contexts. Deadline: 6 March. [...]
12.5 Million Euros provided by the German Government for a yearly Family Demography Panel based on GGS
FReDA – The German family demography panel aims at better understanding changes in family and demographic development and ensuring the long-term sustainability of research in Germany on this subject. [...]
From the Economic and Social Research Council: We are delighted to announce that we will be investing £2.8m in the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) over 5 years until 2024. Continuing into a new phase, the principal aim of the Centre will be to increase research methods capability in the social sciences and beyond through innovative training and capacity-building activities in the application of core and advanced research methods techniques. [...]

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