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European Population Conference 2014, Budapest, Hungary

The European Population Conference 2014 (EPC 2014) was organized by the European Association for Population Studies (EAPS) in collaboration with the Hungarian Demographic Research Instittute (HDRI).

EPC 2014 was a general population conference and had a special focus on the demographic interpretation and evaluation of the post-communist transition. The conference took place from 25–28 June in Budapest, in the main building of the Corvinus University and (for the Closing and Award Ceremony) in the Upper House Hall of the Parliament.

Invitation for the General Assemblies of EAPS

The Council of EAPS has the pleasure to invite you to join the two General Assemblies of EAPS that will be organized during the upcoming European Population Conference 2014 in Budapest. The meetings will take place on

Thursday 26 June 2014, at Corvinus University in Lecture Room 1 from 17.30 – 19.30 hrs.

For reasons that are explained in the attached documents there will be two General Assemblies and a key issue which will be discussed is a proposal to change the election system of EAPS.

Kinship and Ageing

This seminar was organized under the auspices of EAPS by the Committee on Family Research of the International Sociological Association (ISA), the Institute of Sociology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Hungarian Scientific Society of Family and Women Welfare. The seminar gave an opportunity to scholars engaged in kinship research to present their ideas and research findings to an interdisciplinary expert audience and to get acquainted with each others' results. The papers concentrated on the role of kinship in the 'third age', i.e. on the kinship interactions of the aged.

Future Changes in Population Age Structure

This conference was organized by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and was co-sponsored by EAPS, the Hungarian Central Statistical Office and the Ford Foundation. The scientific Program comprised, among others, sessions on models and methods for population projections with regard to fertility, families and households, mortality and regional differentials.

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