Laboratory

Demographic Data

At a Glance Projects Publications Team

Data – The Lifeblood of Demography

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Having data that is rich and of excellent quality is one of the important reasons for the scientific success of the MPIDR. The amount of data available has always been a priority for researchers. However, today, when vast amounts of data are available on the Internet, having a lot of data is not enough. That is why the DataLab is primarily interested in having data of the highest possible quality and accuracy.   Detailed Description

Selected publications

Wenau, G.; Grigoriev, P.; Shkolnikov, V. M.:
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. (2019)
Jdanov, D. A.; Shkolnikov, V. M.; van Raalte, A. A.; Andreev, E. M.:
Demography 54:4, 1579–1602. (2017)
Danilova, I. A.; Shkolnikov, V. M.; Jdanov, D. A.; Meslé, F.; Vallin, J.:
Population Health Metrics 14:8. (2016)
Jasilioniene, A.; Sobotka, T.; Jdanov, D. A.; Zeman, K.; Kostova, D.; Andreev, E. M.; Grigoriev, P.; Shkolnikov, V. M.:
International Journal of Epidemiology 45:4, 1077–1078e. (2016)
Barbieri, M.; Wilmoth, J. R.; Shkolnikov, V. M.; Glei, D. A.; Jasilionis, D.; Jdanov, D. A.; Boe, C.; Riffe, T.; Grigoriev, P.; Winant, C.:
International Journal of Epidemiology 44:5, 1549–1556. (2015)
The Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR) in Rostock is one of the leading demographic research centers in the world. It's part of the Max Planck Society, the internationally renowned German research society.