The world’s populations

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  • Memo

    Selective abortion in Asia

    On average, 105 boys are born for every 100 girls. However, in China, India and several other Asian and Caucasian countries, the proportion of newborn boys is abnormally high because couples practice sex-selective abortion.

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  • Graph and card

    Age-specific fertility in Europe

    Ce graphique montre la fécondité par âge en Europe en 2016. Le taux de fécondité représente la probabilité à chaque âge de mettre au monde un enfant.

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  • Memo

    The effect of masculinization of births on the marriage market

    By 2050 in China and India, the number of single men seeking to marry is expected to exceed the number of eligible women by over 50%. This suggests the degree of marriage market saturation.

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  • Video Microdata revolution in Africa

    Microdata revolution in Africa

    by Patricia Kelly Hall (IPUMS-International) Colloque Demostaf, May 31st 2016 at INED Duration:31’

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  • Figures

    Developed Countries Demography

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  • Figures

    Population by sex and age on January 1st

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  • Research project

    Demographic changes and democratic transitions: from North Africa to Central Asia

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  • Research project

    Mortality and Health in sub-Saharan Africa

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  • Research project

    Bachelors' Living Conditions, Sexuality, and Perception of Gender Roles in a Context of Reduced Availability of Female Partners in China

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  • minisite

    New Demographic Scenarios in the Mediterranean Regio, by Youssef Courbage

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  • minisite

    International Perspectives Research Group

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