Han Chinese population shares in Tibet: early insights from the 2020 census of China

Mobility, migration and foreigners

September 20, 2021

Andrew M. Fischer

Swiss, elderly, single, and childless. Happy?

Around the world, more and more people age without close kin. Contrary to expectations, however, according to Małgorzata Mikucka, this does not reduce their life satisfaction, or at least not ... Read more

Gender and socioeconomic inequalities in health after age 50 in Europe

Does the impact of socioeconomic factors on health after midlife vary among women and men depending on the welfare context? Apparently it does: Damiano Uccheddu, Anne H. Gauthier, Nardi Steverink, ... Read more

Towards a better identification of older people at risk of depression

Depression is one of the most common mental disorders in later life. Omar Paccagnella suggests a new approach to classify older individuals into distinct subgroups, based on different combinations of ... Read more

Homogamy among high-income partners drives up family income inequality

More married couples today consist of two high-income or two low-income partners (i.e., income homogamy), which leads to greater income inequality in married-couple families. Yifan Shen shows that, all else ... Read more

Slower population growth signals successes and benefits

Results from 2020 population censuses for the United States and China made headlines about population collapse, baby busts and demographic decline. Lopsided lamentations have given little attention to the social, ... Read more

Spurring economic growth through human development

In the interest of boosting the long-term rate of economic growth in low- and middle-income countries, policymakers are advised to pursue investments in human development that improve reproductive and general ... Read more

Did you know

76 years since the end of the Second World War, a large portion of the globe is still engulfed in some form of conflict. Countries in which there have been reports of armed clashes involving state forces and/or rebel groups in 2021 (as of July 30).

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