Demographic and Population-Based Research at UC Berkeley
The Population Sciences at Berkeley website provides an overview of leading population research at Berkeley, and an integrated home for the websites of the Berkeley Population Center and the Center on the Economics and Demography of Aging (CEDA). These two complementary centers provide support and infrastructure with which to foster innovative, meaningful and transformative population research. UC Berkeley is renowned for its leadership in research on the causes and consequences of population change. The core components of demography – fertility, mortality and migration – as well as the subfields are covered by the faculty and researchers affiliated with our Centers. Accordingly, this research is conducted across a broad set of university departments and disciplines, particularly the social, biological, health and data sciences.
Related to these two primary centers are our ‘sister’ units which operate independently yet are collaborators on areas of shared interest and allow us to leverage our mutual strengths. These are the Department of Demography, the Bixby Center on Population, Health and Sustainability, and the Berkeley Interdisciplinary Migration Initiative.
We welcome you to explore the website to learn about the research conducted at Berkeley, the scholars among our affiliated members, and the resources available to anyone on campus engaging in population research.
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Biodemography Video LecturesMarch 22, 2022
James Carey, CEDA affiliate at the University of California, Davis, and co-authors Deborah Roach and James Vaupel, has released a new book, Biodemography: An Introduction to Concepts and Methods
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Weekly News, March 21, 2023March 21, 2023
Our next Brown Bag Talk of the semester is this Wednesday, March 22nd, at 12pm, with Sangeetha Madhavan, Professor and Chair of African American Studies and Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland. The title of her talk is “Does Kinship Matter in Low Income Urban Contexts in sub-Saharan Africa?: New Findings from Nairobi, […]
Events and Brown Bags
Martin Eiermann “Racial Disparities in Mortality During the 1918 Influenza Pandemic”March 8, 2023
Tom Vogl “Fertility and the Education of African Parents and Children”February 15, 2023