Past events

31
Mar
2020

Australia's Fertility Transition: A study of 19th-century Tasmania (Postponed)

Due to current health restrictions the book launch has been postponed for the time being.    
17
Mar
2020

School of Demography Seminar Tuesday 17 March (Postponed)

Please note: the School of Demography Seminar Series has been postponed for the foreseeable future. Please check back here for more information.
10
Mar
2020

The case for monitoring lifespan inequality

Abstract Human population health is generally monitored by average mortality levels, typically in terms of life expectancies or age-standardised death rates,...
03
Mar
2020

Current trends in Nordic mortality

In 2014, Sweden lost its place among the world’s top ten leading countries in terms of female life expectancy for the first time since records began. It...
25
Feb
2020

The Impact of the Salmon Bias on the Migrant Mortality Advantage: New Evidence Using French Pension Data

The migrant mortality advantage (MMA) has been observed in many immigrant-receiving countries, but its underlying factors remain poorly understood. This paper...
18
Feb
2020

The components of change in population growth rates: between revisers and revisionists

To understand the relative contributions of demographic components (fertility, mortality, migration) to changes in populations’ age structures, demographers...
04
Feb
2020

Spousal difference in education and marital dissolution among transnational couples in South Korea 2020

Cross-border marriages in Korea and Asian countries appear to differ widely from those in other part of the world. One of the distinctive features is that...

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