Past events

17
May
2022

Measuring nutrition, health and poverty in small areas – how low can we go?

Efficient targeting of aid relies on detailed information. The complication is that even large scale national sample surveys are usually not accurate enough to...
10
May
2022

School of Demography Seminar Series

  There will be no School of Demography Seminar on Tuesday 10 May
01
Mar
2022

The demography of social cohesion

Social cohesion has been the subject of considerable research and policy-making activity for over a century. While much academic debate is confined with the...
22
Feb
2022

Childlessness, delayed childbearing and assisted reproduction in Australia

  The mean age at birth continues to increase in low fertility countries. In Australia, in 1991 less than a quarter of women having their first child were...
02
Nov
2021

Quantifying the impact of COVID-19 on Australian life expectancy

The world-wide excess mortality caused by COVID-19 is more clearly understood under the perspective of years of life expectancy lost. A recent study on high-...
26
Oct
2021

Investigating factors influencing low fertility in Asia

Low fertility rates and other closely related trends such as declining family formation, later marriages, and rising age of first birth have been observed in...
28
Sep
2021

Indonesia’s 2020 Covid-19 Population Census

In March 2020 Statistics Indonesia (BPS) kicked off the largest, most expensive and innovative population census in the country’s history. Within weeks the...

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