Vienna Yearbook of Population Research
The Vienna Yearbook of Population Research has been published by the Vienna Institute of Demography at the Austrian Academy of Sciences since 2003. The Yearbook features peer- reviewed research articles addressing population trends as well as a broad range of theoretical and methodological issues in population research, particularly those relevant to developments in Austria. It also provides a scientific outlet for the demographic research community in the Vienna area and aims to bring its work to the attention of the international scientific community. In addition to research articles, the journal also publishes Demographic Debates featuring invited contributions on topics related to the ongoing scientific debates in population research. Finally, contributions on Data & Trends, map long-term developments as well as recent trends in various components of population change in Austria and in Europe.
The most recent volume (2012, volume 10) of the Vienna Yearbook of Population Research has been published in January 2013.
Online access to all volumes of the Vienna Yearbook of Population Research
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2012 (vol. 10)
(Special Issue on "Education and the Global Fertility Transition")
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2011 (vol. 9)
(Special Issue on "Reproductive decision-making")
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2010 (vol. 8)
(Special Issue on "Education and demography")
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2008 (vol. 6)
(Special Issue on "Can policies enhance fertility in Europe?")
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2006 (vol. 4)
(Special Issue on " Postponement of childbearing in Europe")
Suggested citation style:
Bongaarts, J. 2010. "The causes of educational differences in fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa." Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2010(Volume 8): 31-50.
Editor: Wolfgang Lutz
Managing editor: Bilal Barakat
Associate editors: Thomas Fent, Richard Gisser, Dimiter Philipov, Alexia Prskawetz, Sergei Scherbov, Tomáš Sobotka
Data & trends
This section aims to map long-term tendencies as well as recent trends in various components of demographic developments in Austria and in Europe. more
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