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Population is a peer-reviewed quarterly scientific journal published in English (Population-E) and in French (Population-F). It presents original research in the fields of demography and related disciplines: sociology, economics, anthropology, history, geography, epidemiology and public health, methodology in social science. Contributions can be submitted in either English or French and are published in both languages. Both developed and developing countries are covered. Population trends in different parts of the world are presented in special annual features.

Publisher: INED - Institut national d'études démographiques

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Volume 64, Number 2, 2009

Thirty Years of Research into Rendu-Osler-Weber Disease in France: Historical Demography, Population Genetics and Molecular Biology
pp. 273-291(19)
Authors: Brunet, Guy; Lesca, Gaëtan; Génin, Emmanuelle; Dupuis-Girod, Sophie; Bideau, Alain; Plauchu, Henri


The French Response to the Demographic Works of Alfred Lotka
pp. 319-339(21)
Author: Véron, Jacques


Estimating False Migrations in Spain
pp. 361-375(15)
Authors: Calatayud, Carmen Ródenas; Sempere, Mónica Martí


Book Reviews
pp. 377-377(1)


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