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Research at the BiB

Demographic transition is one of the major challenges for policymakers, administrations, industry, regional and local governments as well as every individual in our society. We can assume that the demographic challenges we face will continue to increase in the near future.

Research of the causes and consequences of demographic developments in Germany is the central scientific mission of the Federal Institute for Population Research in future. The academic research ist independent and impartial.

Research Areas

Research Area: Family and Fertility

The research area aims to contribute to explaining demographic and familial changes and to identify group-specific differences and recent developments. more: Research Area: Family and Fertility …

symbolical picture of a family: mother with pushchair and father with child by the hand (refer to: Research Area: Family and Fertility)

Research Area: Migration and Mobility

Two research groups focus on the developmental contexts that explain migration and mobility processes. more: Research Area: Migration and Mobility …

Icon of a globe with arrow and four means of transport (refer to: Research Area: Migration and Mobility)

Research Area: Demographic Change and Ageing

Three research groups analyse demographic changes and trends for society and individuals. more: Research Area: Demographic Change and Ageing …

Population pyramids of Germany in 1950 and 2015 (refer to: Research Area: Demographic Change and Ageing)

Additional Information

Surveys of the BiB

Binary figures as symbol for digitisation (refer to: Surveys of the BiB)

For certain questions the BiB carries out surveys. The generated data are open to researchers for further analyses. more: Surveys of the BiB …

Quality Assurance and Enhancement

Code of Good Academic Practice and Regulations on Academic Misconduct at the Federal Institute for Population Research more: Quality Assurance and Enhancement …

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