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CEDA
Center on the Economics and Demography of Aging
The Berkeley Center on the Economics and Demography of Aging (CEDA) is part of a nationwide network of research centers supported by the National Institute on Aging.
CEDA
Department of Demography
The Department of Demography offers training for advanced degrees in demography. Training and research explore anthropological, economic, historical, mathematical, statistical, and social aspects of demography.
Department of Demography
Berkeley Population Center
The Berkeley Population Center was founded in 2005 as an interdisciplinary center for population research on the Berkeley campus and beyond.
Berkeley Population Center
Bixby Center
The Bixby Center for Population, Health, and Sustainability is dedicated to helping achieve slower population growth within a human right framework by addressing the unmet need for family planning.
Bixby Center

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DemogBlog

The DemogBlog was created by Joshua Goldstein,  the Chancellor’s professor of demography in Berkeley’s Demography Department and director of the Berkeley Population Center. 

Demography is Destiny

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The world's population has more than doubled over the past 50 years, and is projected to rise another 50 percent by the end of the 21st century.  Population growth, aging, and migration, along with associated increases in economic inequality within and between populations, have fundamental consequences for the well-being of societies and our planet. 

UC Berkeley is renowned for its leadership in demographic and related population science research on the causes and consequences of population change.  This research is conducted across a broad set of university departments and disciplines, particularly the social, biological, health and data sciences.  This 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).