European Society for Population Economics (ESPE)

The European Society for Population Economics was founded in 1986 to facilitate the communication and exchange of ideas between researchers from European and other countries around the globe. Equal emphasis is given to theoretical and applied research across a wide range of fields, all related to population economics. Research interests of members of the Society include: Education, Health, Labor market topics (human capital, employment, unemployment, wages, firm behavior), Demographics (marriage, fertility, ageing, retirement, mortality, immigration), Income (poverty, inequality), Housing and household issues, Inter-generational mobility, Crime, Discrimination, Institutions, and Policy evaluation.

2015 ESPE Elections

The ESPE online-elections have now finished and 346 members have participated. It is a great pleasure to inform all of you that ESPE members have almost unanimously voted Michèle Belot as President-Elect in 2017 and re-elected David Ribar as Council member for the period 2016-2018. In addition, Libertad González, Marianne Simonsen, and Wilbert van der Klaauw will join the Council during that period.

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