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Cover "Demographics of Korea and Germany" (refer to: New Book on Population Development in Korea and Germany)

New Book on Population Development in Korea and Germany

Is the demographic experience in Germany after reunification suitable to serve as a model for the situation in Korea in the event of reunification? This question is the central issue of the book.

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Chart of the MonthFertility Treatments Are Associated with Intense Stress

Since they are unable to conceive naturally, more and more couples in Germany are taking advantage of the services of fertility centres. In 2011, approximately 50,000 women decided to undergo artificial insemination. By 2016, the number had already increased to 63,000. more: Fertility Treatments Are Associated with Intense Stress …

The Figures show the imaginability of alternatives to fertility treatment. (refer to: Fertility Treatments Are Associated with Intense Stress)

New Research Director at the BiBSebastian Klüsener to head the Research Area of Demographic Change and Ageing as of August 2018

He will be succeeding Dr. Evelyn Grünheid, who is retiring after 22 years at the Institute. Sebastian Klüsener previously worked as a researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock. more: Sebastian Klüsener to head the Research Area of Demographic Change and Ageing as of August 2018 …

Dr. Sebastian Klüsener (refer to: Sebastian Klüsener to head the Research Area of Demographic Change and Ageing as of August 2018)

Chart of the MonthGermany Ranges in the Middle Concerning Young Adult Immigration

Due to immigration from abroad, the age group of 30 to 35-year-olds has risen on the average by 700,000 people per year in recent decades, representing an increase in this age group of 10% compared to the population born in Germany. more: Germany Ranges in the Middle Concerning Young Adult Immigration …

The Figures show the share of 30- to 35-year olds in the total population and the estimated share of immigrants. (refer to: Germany Ranges in the Middle Concerning Young Adult Immigration)

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