Faster increases in life expectancy lead to slower population aging

POPNET Newsletter 50, Summer 2019: This 50th edition of POPNET presents some highlights and key findings from the European Research Council (ERC) funded project “Reassessing Aging from a Population Perspective (Re-Aging) that shed new light on the challenges associated with population aging.



In this issue:

  • Highlights from European Research Council (ERC) funded project “Reassessing Aging from a Population Perspective (Re-Aging);
  • An update from the new ERC Advanced Grant Project: The Demography of Sustainable Human Wellbeing;
  • New flagship report: Demographic Scenarios for the EU;
  • Wittgenstein Centre Data Explorer Version 2.0;
  • Demographic Data Sheets;
  • Three articles published in PNAS: Cover pages with abstracts and significance statements;
  • Recent papers published in Population and Development Review and Demography;
  • Latest issues of the Vienna Yearbook of Population Research;
  • Latest news from the World Population Program and Wittgenstein Centre 2018/2019: Awards, meeting highlights, and calls for applications.

Since 1982 the World Population Program issues the POPNET newsletter for an extensive network of researchers and institutes working in the field of population and sustainable development. On a regular basis collaborators and interested individuals are provided with details of developments at the Program, current research, latest publications and information on forthcoming meetings and conferences.

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Last edited: 26 July 2019


Wolfgang Lutz

Senior Program Advisor Population and Just Societies Program

Principal Research Scholar Social Cohesion, Health, and Wellbeing Research Group - Population and Just Societies Program

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