Links

Centres of demography in the UK

Centres of demography outside the UK

Europe

US

Elsewhere

Government statistics

  • Cheshire County Council
    • Local Statistics: detailed estimates, forecasts and related population information for Cheshire. But also a useful example of how community information can be made available to the public
    • Census 2001: census tables, interactive area profiles, topic summaries and other useful items from our range of census products
    • Current Facts & Figures: the home page for our wide range of current facts and figures sheets. The new search engine can be used to find sheets on particular topics
  • Government Actuary's Department
  • National Statistics Online

Demography organisations

Other organisations

Data sources

Journals

Back issues of Demography, International Family Planning Perspectives, International Migration Review, Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, Population: an English Selection, Population & Development Review, Population Index, Population Studies and Studies in Family Planning are available on JSTOR|

International links

More links

  • List of Demography internet resources at the Social Science Information Gateway
  • Links of interest to demographers, Centre for Population Studies, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
  • DemoNetAsia. A collaborative network of population research institutes in Asia, with worldwide coverage.
  • Global Social Change Research Project World Social Change reports, reviews of main world social, economic, demographic, technological and political changes and data used to develop the reviews, and a review of theories of change. This site also links to free information about long term changes in political, economic and social systems. This site links to theory, data, research, syllabi, history, report about global demographic change and more.
  • www.microsimulation.org Those interested in microsimulation-based methods might be interested to note the launch of the International Microsimulation Association. The association aims to promote the free inter-change of experience and ideas between practitioners of microsimulation worldwide. To this end the goals of the
    association are to provide:
    - a repository of links to online microsimulation-related resources
    - an email discussion list
    - an email news announcement list
    - a bibliography of microsimulation-related publications
    - an online refereed journal. Submissions are also invited for the March 2006 launch issue of the association's journal www.microsimulation.org/IJM/  The association is also planning a major international conference in 2007 to mark the 50th anniversary of Orcutt's seminal paper, further details of which will be circulated to association members in due course.

     

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