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The British Society for Population Studies is a non-profitable society of persons, who have demonstrated a scientific interest in the study of human populations. BSPS was founded in 1973, but its origin goes back in the previous decade.
 

Population and Development Program (PDP)
The Population and Development Program (PDP) is the center of population studies at Cornell University, USA. The PDP has fostered graduate and undergraduate training in population studies and interdisciplinary research on international and domestic demographic issues.
 

Association Internationale des Démographes de Langue
Association Internationale des Démographes de Langue Française a pour objet l''étude des problèmes de population, la promotion de la démographie et de ses applications, la diffusion des connaissances en matière de population.
 

Association of Population Centers
The Association of Population Centers, founded in 1991, is an independent group of universities and research groups whose mission is to foster collaborative demographic research and data sharing, translate basic population research for public policy decision-makers, provide educational and training opportunities in population studies.
 

Carolina Population Center (CPC)
The Carolina Population Center (CPC) is a community of scholars associated to promote population research and research training at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA.
 

Center for Population and Family Health
The Center for Population and Family Health at Columbia University, USA, addresses the reproductive, adolescent, and child health conditions that confront communities throughout the world, both settled communities and communities that have been displaced as a result of political or environmental emergencies.
 

European Association of Population Studies - EAPS
The European Association of Population Studies - EAPS is a scientific association of individual members and Affiliated Institutions. Membership is open to individuals interested or engaged in European population studies. Membership is not restricted to European nationals or residents nor to persons who are working in Europe, since many European demographers are also working in or on developing countries or elsewhere.
 

Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies
The Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies is a university-wide research center based in Cambridge, USA. The Center''s primary aim is to advance understanding of world population and development issues--especially those related to health, natural resources and the environment, human security, and socioeconomic development.
 

Hopkins Population Center
The Hopkins Population Center''s primary objective is to provide an enabling environment that stimulates and facilitates quality population research throughout the Johns Hopkins University in the U.S.
 

Institute for Population Research
The Institute for Population Research identifies and studies the development and transformation lines of the population and contemporary societies. Its activity aims at meeting a demand coming from the scientific community, political actors, administrative actors, and society. The Institute''s activity focuses on three main objectives: Study of the Relationships between Population Trends and Social, and Economic Development Trends; Study of the Social Dynamics and Policies in Welfare Systems; Study of the Changing of Society and the Spread of Knowledge and Information Technologies.
 

Institute National d''Etudes Demographiques
The Institute National d''Etudes Demographiques - INED in Paris is a research center addressing a wide range of population issues. Among others: Life and Replacement of the Population, Fertility, Family and Sexuality, Demography, Gender and Society, Mortality, Health and Epidemiology, Mobility, Settlements and Urban Area, Population and Development, Population, Politic and Society etc.
 

International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSS)
The International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSS) is a non-profit worldwide association of population specialists with the aim of drawing the attention of governments, international governmental and non-governmental organizations, and the general public to population problems and to promote demography as a science.
 

Laboratoire de demographie economique er sociale
The Laboratoire de demographie economique er sociale is conducting research and providing training in an interdisciplinary environment with the Universite de Geneve, Switzerland.
 

Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research
The Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research focuses on basic, scientific research on selected demographic questions. In cooperation with the University of Rostock, Germany, the Institute endeavors to advance the scientific discipline of demography.
 

Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute NIDI
The Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute NIDI is an independent institute engaged in the scientific study of population.
 

Penn State Population Research Institute
The Penn State Population Research Institute encourages, organizes, and supports innovative research and training in the population sciences at Penn State University, USA.
 

Population Association of America
The Population Association of America is a society of professionals working in the population field. PAA members include demographers, sociologists, economists and public health professionals. Individuals interested in demographic issues in research, education, business or public administration, will find membership in the Association a unique opportunity for professional growth and interaction with colleagues.
 

Population Program Princeton University
The Population Program Princeton University is the population research center at Princeton University, USA. It contains the Centers for Research on Child Wellbeing and for Migration and Development.
 

Population Research Center
The Population Research Center is an interdisciplinary research center at the University of Chicago, USA, designed to facilitate high-quality population research conducted by its researchers--economists, sociologists, and other population scientists.
 

Population Studies and Training Center, Brown University
The Population Studies and Training Center, Brown University (USA) is an internationally respected demography research and training center offering an outstanding interdisciplinary graduate training program. Areas of research interest include social demography, economic demography, anthropological demography, and population health.
 

Population Studies Center (PSC) - University of Michigan
The Population Studies Center (PSC) - University of Michigan is the population research center at the University of Michigan, USA. The Center is strong in several key areas of demographic research, such as: Fertility, Family Planning, Health, and Sexual Behavior, Marriage, Family, Children, and Links Between Generations, Inequality, Social Mobility, Race, and Ethnicity, Aging and Disability, Education and Training.
 

RAND Population Research Center
The RAND Population Research Center is dedicated to the scientific advancement of population studies in a period when demographic changes are creating especially complex theoretical and public policy issues. Its purpose is to provide a supportive setting in which a community of scholars can pursue population studies with the resources and facilities to produce the highest quality work.
 

RAND''s Labor and Population Program
RAND''s Labor and Population Program aims at consolidating RAND''s demographic studies in the United States and developing countries. The Labor and Population (L&P) Program conducts national and international research in five areas of policy concern: Demography of families and children, Social welfare policy and family and child well-being, the social and ecnomic functioning of the elderly, Economic and social change in developing countries.
 

University of Washington - Population Leadership Program
The University of Washington - Population Leadership Program is looking for accomplished professionals and leaders from developing countries who plan to make population or reproductive health issues central to their future actions. The program seeks persons who have already demonstrated leadership or expertise in their areas of responsibility and would benefit from rigorous work developing stronger management and leadership skills and policy knowledge.
 

Urban Institute - Population Studies
The Urban Institute - Population Studies is a nonprofit policy research organization established in Washington, D.C., in 1968. The Population Studies Center carries out demographic analyses, and helps track general economic and social trends.