Past events

14
Nov
2019

A Bayesian approach to applied demography

Applied demographers face some difficult statistical problems. Users of demographic statistics are demanding estimates and forecasts with levels of detail that...
12
Nov
2019

Changing education, changing fertility: A decomposition of completed fertility in Australia

The expansion in education in Australia, particularly for women, is one of the most significant social changes of the last five decades. The relationship...
11
Nov
2019

School of Demography Seminar Tuesday 19 November

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30
Oct
2019

Masterclass: An overview of population level mortality data

'An overview of population level mortality data: availability, quality, emerging problems' This Master Class will summarise the experience of the work on the...
29
Oct
2019

Method of decomposition for the assessment of life expectancy trends with example of analysis of life expectancy stagnation in England and Wales

Demographers often compare populations using aggregated scalar indices, for instance, the life expectancy or total fertility rate. These indices are functions...
25
Oct
2019

Diversifying Australia: Immigration and demographics in the post-White Australia policy era

A free public lecture on how immigration has shaped the changing face of Australia since the end of the White Australia policy era Australia has one of the...
22
Oct
2019

Diversification of causes of death in low mortality countries

Lifespan variation has been decreasing in industrialised societies, as individuals became more homogeneous in their age at death. But are individuals also...

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