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New & Forthcoming Titles | INED Population Studies

INED Population Studies

INED Population Studies

Series Editors: Brian, Éric, Rohrbasser, Jean-Marc

ISSN: 2214-2452

Discontinued Series
Although this series no longer publishes new content, the published titles listed below may be still available on-line (e. g. via the Springer Book Archives) and in print.
Editors Éric Brian Département de sciences sociales, Ecole normale supérieure, Centre Maurice-Halbwachs (CNRS-ENS-EHESS), Paris, France Jean-Marc Rohrbasser Institut national d’etudes démographiques, Paris Cedex 20, France Editorial Advisory Board Isabelle Attané (INED), Didier Breton (University of Strasbourg), Olivia Ekert- Jaffé (INED), Cécile Lefèvre (University Paris-V), Godelieve Masuy-Stroobant (University of Louvain-la-Neuve), Wilfried Rault (INED), Arnaud Régnier-Loilier (INED), Claudine Sauvain-Dugerdil (University of Geneva). 

This book series is devoted to publications of international relevance in population studies and demography as promoted by the French National Institute for Demographic Studies (INED, Paris). As one social science among many, demography is interlinked with related disciplines including sociology, anthropology, history and linguistics, and continuously explores its boundaries with neighbouring disciplines, ranging from epidemiology and biology to economics. The studies published in the series are based on solid empirical research and firm methodological foundations. Particular attention is paid to long-term and collaborative surveys. Guided by its distinguished Editorial Advisory Board, the INED series aims to provide international visibility to works of high academic standard recognized in the French-speaking scientific community. The series supports an internationally acknowledged style of demographic research, championed by INED for more than half a century and rekindled in such fields as the study of demographic situations around the world; the relationship between demographic conditions and development; international comparisons; migration, identities and territories; family studies; gender studies and sexuality; ageing, health and mortality; trajectories, mobility and social networks.

This series has been discontinued.