Learn more about FReDA data in the recently published CPoS special issue “Family Research and Demographic Analysis – New Insights from the German Family Demography Panel Study”. 5 articles show the data’s rich research potential. FReDA is crucial for (future) demographic and family analyses, not only in Germany.Read more about Special Issue with first FReDA data analyses published
About the Journal
Comparative Population Studies (CPoS) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, open-access journal of population studies and demography. Topics published include, but are not limited to: family and fertility, ageing, health and mortality, migration and mobility, and population structure and development. We welcome submissions in two categories: research articles (traditional journal papers) and demographic trends around the globe (shorter papers presenting new descriptive findings). Publishing in CPoS is completely free of charge. In addition, the journal offers free language editing and high-quality layout support.
The current editor of CPoS is Frans Willekens (NIDI). The journal is published by the German Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB), with Nikola Sander serving as managing publisher.