European Population Conference
The European Population Conference is the hallmark event of the European Association for Population Studies (EAPS) and the leading scientific gathering in our field. The conference convenes experts from a wide range of disciplines as well as the policy and stakeholders communities to discuss the latest developments in population research, population trends and dynamics as well as their causes and implications. EPC convenes every two years in a different European city.
Our previous EPC conferences have been held across Europe:
Other EAPS Conferences
In addition to the general European Population Conferences, EAPS has organized two topical conferences:
- International Migration Conference 1998, Bari, Italy
The conference "International Migration; Challenges for European populations", was organized by the European Association for Population Studies (EAPS), in collaboration with the Demographers Group of the Italian Statistical Society and the University of Bari. The conference venue was the University of Bari.
The scientific program of the conference comprised 3 Plenary sessions and 15 simultaneous sessions.
Date: Thursday, June 25, 1998 to Saturday, June 27, 1998
European Population: Variation on Common Themes 1997, Cracow, Poland
The conference "European Population: Variations on Common Themes" was organized by the European Association for Population Studies (EAPS) in collaboration with the Institute of Statistics and Demography at the Warsaw School of Economics and the Cracow Academy of Sciences. The conference aimed at providing insights into the variations in European population trends and patterns, the various contexts which shape this variety, as well as its consequences.
In addition to a plenary session on "converging and diverging patterns in Europe's population" with a keynote address by David Coleman, 29 simultaneous sessions and an "open forum" were organized. The conference was attended by some 190 participants, with 140 presentations.Date: Wednesday, June 11, 1997 to Friday, June 13, 1997