What population decline means for public service provision in rural regions (2013)
Five Lions Poised to Leap?
The economic and demographic potential of Africa's emerging nations (2012)
The Growth Trilemma
Population Growth, Energy Consumption and Climate Change - Three Problems, No Solution? (2012)
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Africa's Demographic Challenges
How a young population can make development possible (2011)
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The Waning World Power
The demographic future of Russia an the other Soviet successor states (2011)
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Greater Opportunities for School Students
How scholarship programmes can identify and assist gifted and talented children (2011)
How the regions in Germany, Austria and Switzerland could prepare for the aging of the society (2011)
Germany and France follow very different demographic trajectories - with significant long term consequences (2009)
Even though there has been less offspring in Germany in 2008, Germans tend to have more children than before – especially in the eastern part of the country (2009)
Region with a Bright View
Lessons from the economic and demographic successes of the Oldenburger Münsterland (2009)
Emancipation or Child Benefits?
What Germany’s new family policy has learned from other European countries (2008)
The Berlin Institute for Population and Development is an independent think tank that researches questions about regional and global demographic changes. The institute was founded in 2000 as a non-profit foundation and has the task to raise awareness about demographic change, promote sustainable development, contribute new ideas to the policy field, and form concepts for solutions to demographic and development policy problems.
The Berlin Institute creates studies, discussion and background papers, prepares scientific information for the political decision-making process, and organises the "Online-Handbook Demography".
New Discussion Paper
New Study: "Allowing Diversity"
with Howard Duncan, Metropolis, Ottawa, Canada
in the Online Handbook Demography
Background paper for the World Development Report 2009: Gender-Specific migration from East to West Germany
Study: Emancipation or Child Benefits?
What Germany’s new family policy has learned from other European countries
New Version March 2008