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Special EPC 2018 DEMOS

In this special issue of DEMOS on the occasion of the European Population Conference 2018 articles on: retiring together, educational differences in longevity, timing of family formation and loneliness among older adults, migration decisions in Europe, and the position of migration research.

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NIDI is the national demographic institute of the Netherlands. With its leading scientific research of population issues the mission of NIDI is to contribute to the solution of societal challenges. Characteristic of NIDI is the inter­disciplinary and inter­national approach, and fostering of young research talent. NIDI is a research institute of the Royal Nether­lands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) and is affiliated with the University of Groningen (RUG).

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OTHER WEBSITES

Websites affiliated with NIDI:

DEMOS - bulletin over bevolking en samenleving GGP - Generations and Gender Programme CONOPP - Contexts of Opportunity: Explaining cross-national variation in the links between childhood disadvantage, young adult demographic behaviour and later-life outcomes
Comparative Family Policy Database Population Europe HAPS - Healthy Ageing Population and Society PRC - Population Research Centre EAPS - European Association for Population Studies

NEW PUBLICATIONS

Costa & De Valk, Sprouted all around: The emergence and evolution of housing estates in Brussels, Belgium. In: Housing estates in Europe: Poverty, ethnic segregation, and policy challenges.

Rathe, Hernández et al., Health accounts from past to present for a political arithmetic. Pan American Journal of Public Health.

Raymer, Willekens & Rogers, Spatial demography: A unifying core and agenda for further research. Population, Space and Place.

Bijwaard, Tynelius & Myrskylä, Education, cognitive ability, and cause-specific mortality: A structural approach. Population Studies.

Kashnitsky & Schöley, Regional population structures at a glance. The Lancet.

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