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Statistical, Social and Economic Research: Useful Weblinks

This guide helps you to find a range of relevant resources for your study in population, statistical, social and economic research. Explore the tabs for the various available resources. Please contact the Subject Librarian for further questions, commen

Isser Website

Publications and Articles for ISSER

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The World Bank Publications

Migration Information Source

The World Health Organization

Population Reference Bureau

The Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries

The Economist

Relevant Podcasts in Social and Economic Research

BLEAKLEY: We see a really huge change in the wealth of the individuals, but we don’t see any difference in human capital. We don’t see that the children are going to school more. If your father won the lottery or lost the lottery the school attendance rates are pretty much the same, the literacy rates are pretty much the same. As we follow those sons into adulthood, their wealth looks the same in a statistical sense. Whether their father won the lottery, lost the lottery, their occupation looks the same. The grandchildren aren’t going to school more, the grandchildren aren’t more literate.

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Demography Matters Blog

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