income and wealth, poverty and inequality, internal mobility, population ageing, divorce and separation, retirement , comparative and longitudinal analysis, quantitative methods
Only Income and Wealth
We are conducting fundamental and applied quantitative research in demography and have a longstanding experience working with longitudinal individual-level population data. Our data combines information from census, birth, death and tax registers, covering a period from 1991 to 2019. We believe this data to be a unique opportunity for the study of income and wealth over the life course in a comparative perspective.
We are interested in finding collaboration partners for an application under the income and wealth stream. Contact us for more information, if interested!
The Center for Demographic Research (DEMO) at the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain) belongs to the Institute for the Analysis of Change in Contemporary and Historical Societies (IACCHOS). DEMO, funded in 1963, is a vibrant medium-size (~ 40 researchers) research group that gathers population researchers from all over the world. DEMO is conducting fundamental and applied research in demography around 7 themes: historical and contemporary demography of Belgium (1), data and method development (2), fertility, family transformations and gender relations (3), international migration and integration (4), population and health dynamics in low- and middle-income countries (5), the challenges of ageing (6), and population, environment and energy (7). The center is known for its organization of the yearly international Quetelet Seminar and the international Quetelet Journal.