EAPS Award for Population Studies
This Award honors groundbreaking original contributions to the study of population with far reaching implications for our discipline and our understanding of population dynamics and their consequences. Unique innovative insights such as expressed in a single or several publications, as well as work which spans a longer period can be nominated for the EAPS Award for Population Studies, as can exceptional life time achievements.
Nominations for this Award can be made until two months before the start of a European Population Conference. As EPC 2022 will convene from 29 June - 2 July 2022, the deadline for this Award is 1 May 2022.
Rules of Play for the EAPS Award for Population Studies
- There are no specific age, career or other criteria for nominees, but candidates should be member of EAPS.
- Candidates should be nominated by at least three peers who are members of EAPS and who are residing in at least two different countries. The Jury may also invite nominations.
- Nominations should include a short (maximum one page) explanatory statement by the nominators, as well as a curriculum vitae of the nominee.
- Nominations should be sent to EAPS and will be treated as confidential.
- Nominations should be received by EAPS at least two months before a European Population Conference takes place. The current deadline for this Award is 1 August 2020.
- The Award is presented at each European Population Conference which is organized every two years.
- The Council of EAPS is the Jury for the EAPS Award for Population Studies.
- The EAPS Award for Population Studies brings a Euro 1000 cash benefit and a certificate.
2020: Elizabeth Thomson, Stockholm University/University of Madison-Wisconsin
2018: James W. Vaupel (2018 Jury: Zsolt Spéder, Jane Falkingham, Hill Kulu, Tomas Sobotka, Helga de Valk)
2016: Wolfgang Lutz (2016 Jury: Franceso Billari, Anna Cabré, Marc Luy, Clara Mulder, Zsolt Spéder)
2014: Frans J. Willekens (2014 Jury: Franceso Billari, Anna Cabré, Marc Luy, Clara Mulder, Zsolt Spéder)