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Asian Population Studies

"Asian Population Studies publishes original research on matters related to population in this large, complex and rapidly changing region, and welcomes substantive empirical analyses, theoretical works, applied research, and contributions to methodology.

"The topics that will be covered include all branches of population studies ranging from population dynamics such as the analysis of fertility, mortality and migration (from both technical and humanistic perspectives) to the consequences of population change from a variety of demographic perspectives. (From publisher's website)

Impact Factor0.941
Peer ReviewedYes
Publishing Frequency3
Articles Published/Year18
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PubMed Central SubmissionMethod D

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Select PSC Publications in Asian Population Studies

Knodel, J. E. 2014. "Is Intergenerational Solidarity Really on the Decline? Cautionary Evidence from Thailand." Asian Population Studies, 10(2): 2014.

Zimmer, Zachary S., and John E. Knodel. 2013. "Older-age parents in rural cambodia and migration of adult children: A case study of two communes in Battambang province." Asian Population Studies, 9(2): 156-174.

Teerawichitchainan, Bussarawan, and John E. Knodel. 2012. "Tradition and change in marriage payments in Vietnam, 1963-2000." Asian Population Studies, 8(2): 151-172. PMCID: PMC3702189.