Infant mortality in Venezuela is on the rise

According to a study published last January in The Lancet Global Health by Jenny Garcia, a doctoral student at INED and the University of Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne, and her colleagues at Venezuelan universities, the recent economic and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela may have wiped out 18 years of progress in the battle against infant mortality.

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New INED Digest on health and immigration research

A synthesis of an article by Mathieu Ichou and Matthew Wallace entitled « The ’healthy immigrant effect’: the role of educational selectivity ». The authors show that in France as elsewhere, immigrants are in better health than natives when they arrive. A joint INED-IUSSP publication.

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The population in graphs

An interactive system for comparing countries, mapping curves and viewing change in the population pyramid


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