ANU Demography students win 2020 W.D. Borrie Prizes
The Australian Population Association has announced that the following students from the Australian National University have won the W.D. Borrie Prize in their category. A very big congratulations to these students.
Undergraduate category winner: Angela Rusanov ‘Power the World; Empower Women’
Undergraduate category runner-up: Zack Cunich ‘The Demography of Chinese Intl Students in Australia: Population Characteristics, Trends and Policy Implications’
Honours/Masters category runner-up: Jolene Tan ‘Boom or Bane: Singapore's approach towards reversing the trend of low fertility rates’
PhD category winner: Qing Guan ‘The Integration of Immigrants: Relating Spatial and Non-Spatial Aspects using Australian data’
Congratulations also go to Honours/Masters category winner: Christopher Hogan from the Flinders University, for the paper ‘Explaining Fertility Decline in Timor-Leste Between 2009-2016 Using Bongaarts' Proximate Determinants Model’
Further details are available at the APA website.