• English
  • Italiano
European Society for Population Economics (ESPE)

The European Society for Population Economics was founded in 1986 and was created in order to facilitate communication and exchange between researchers in different European countries, as well as with scientists from other parts of the world. Equal emphasis is given to theoretical and applied research focusing on the role played by human capital and demographic variables in economics.

Examples of research topics in population economics are: human capital and labour economics, gender issues, aging and social security, population and economic growth, domestic and international migration, income distribution and redistribution within and between generations, changing age structure and public housing, intrahousehold distribution and intergenerational transfers, population growth and technical progress, or population and the environment. The list is merely illustrative of the scope of ESPE and is by no means exhaustive.

These are the most important advantages of your ESPE membership:

  • Four issues of the Journal of Population Economics per year
  • Annual ESPE conference
  • ESPE Newsletter
  • Special ESPE workshops

A further service of the society is to assist in teaching population economics. We have started therefore to make reading lists, teaching material, etc. publicly available on our web site. Please send all material you think is valuable for the research community to the ESPE office.


Prossimi eventi

Nessun evento presente.