Populations are shaped by the interaction of the ever-changing processes of birth, death and migration. Demographic transition to low fertility and low mortality in industrialised populations is accompanied by population ageing. Migration may be viewed as a response to inequalities in ageing and socio-economic development with far-reaching policy implications.

Researchers and Research Areas of Expertise

Assoc Prof Bernard Baffour

Dr Qing Guan

Dr James O'Donnell

Prof James Raymer

Dr David Lucas

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