Demografische Forschung Aus Erster Hand
The newsletter "Demografische Forschung aus erster Hand" is published by the MPIDR in cooperation with other renowned institutions, whose main research focus is on demography. It presents the newest results from demographic research, written for a wider public audience. The newsletter is published quarterly and freely available in digital as well as printed form.
December 6, 2013
One is better than none
In the new issue of “First Hand Demographic Research,” read about how the state of the economy at the start of life can affect a person’s cognitive abilities in old age, and what couples do when they disagree about whether to have a child. more
October 9, 2013
All based on pure calculation?
Read in the new issue of “Demografische Forschung Aus Erster Hand” which pensioners live longest and why fathers are taking parental leave. more
July 9, 2013
Longer life thanks to fall of wall
Read in the new issue of “Demografische Forschung Aus Erster Hand“ why education protects against natural disasters and how many years in life expectancy people in Eastern Germany have gained thanks to the fall of the wall. more
April 4, 2013
Similar, though different
Read in the new issue of “Demografische Forschung Aus Erster Hand“ about remaining differences between families in Eastern and Western Germany and the development of birthrates in Switzerland, Germany, and Austria. more
December 19, 2012
Who still dares to marry?
Read in the new issue of “Demografische Forschung Aus Erster Hand” why fewer people are getting married in France than in Germany and why by mid-century more people will nevertheless be living there than in the Federal Republic. more
October 2, 2012
100 in Sight
Read in the newest issue of „Demografische Forschung Aus Erster Hand“, which political party in the US will profit from demographic change and why the record in life expectancy is higher than thought.
July 3, 2012
How many will we be in 2050?
Read the latest issue of Demografische Forschung aus erster Hand to find out how a new model produces more reliable forecasts of population development.
March 28, 2012
Do you know how many children will be born?
Read in the new issue of „Demografische Forschung aus erster Hand“ about why female Turkish immigrants in Germany are getting children less often, and why the birth rate in Germany could be higher than previously thought. more