Aims and scope
Canadian Studies in Population is an established international forum for research on population processes in Canada and around the world. Emphasis is placed on cutting-edge research relevant to demography and other population-related fields (including economics, geography, sociology, health sciences, public policy, and environmental sciences). The journal publishes original research articles and brief research notes that make an empirical, theoretical or methodological contribution.
Since its founding in 1974, Canadian Studies in Population has been the official journal of the Canadian Population Society (CPS) and the leading journal on population studies in Canada, promoting dialogue between Canadian researchers, statistical agencies and policymakers.