Calls for Papers

  • PAA Business Demography Group and the State and Local Demography Group
    August 6, 2018

    The Applied Demography Newsletter welcomes submissions of materials for publication in the Fall 2018 edition. Submissions may include book releases, recruitment with deadlines after September 1, 2018, or upcoming conferences. We are interested in two new types of submissions.
    Visualization Note: a chart, map, or visualization of data relevant to applied demographers with a 200 word explanation.
    Policy Impact Note: we are interested in items up to 750 words in which you discuss the policy implications of your research. You may include links to other materials (i.e. YouTube, SocArXiv, etc.). 
    Given the emergence of the #DemographersLaughToo hashtag, we will consider funny anecdotes or jokes that would make demographers laugh. Please send your materials to Alexis R. Santos by August 6, 2018

    Date posted: 7/18/2018 | View listing
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  • Southern Demographic Association
    September 14, 2018

    To submit a paper for consideration:

    • Submit an abstract for the program (for the 2018 meeting the deadline is 29 June)
    • Submit a complete paper by email attachment to studentawards@sda-demography.org by September 14.

    The maximum page length is 20 pages, double spaced, including all figures, graphs, and tables, but not including the title page, abstract, or bibliography. The paper need not be sole-authored, but all authors must be students. All papers submitted must be on the SDA program and must be presented at the SDA meeting by the author.
    Each submission must include a separate cover page that addresses the following:

    1. What is the research topic? 
      (e.g., childhood obesity)
    2. What is the research question? 
      (e.g., How does mother’s weight gain during pregnancy affect childhood weight at age two?)
    3. Why is it important to answer this research question? Said another way, what gap in the scientific literature will this research address?
    4. What is your specific hypothesis (or hypotheses)?
      1. Specify the dependent and independent variables.
      2. Describe the expected relationship between each of the dependent and independent variables.
      3. Discuss the mechanisms through which the independent variables affect the dependent variables.
    5. What is your methodology? If you are analyzing existing data, what data set are you using?
    Date posted: 7/17/2018 | View listing
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  • Population Journal
    November 5, 2018

    Population is a quarterly scientific journal published in English (Population-E) and in French (Population-F) by the French Institute for Population Studies (INED). The Population Young Author Prize is open to PhD students and young researchers working in the field of population studies and will be awarded to the most outstanding original paper submitted to the competition jury.
    More information: http://www.journal-population.com/young-authors-prize-2015/

    Date posted: 7/17/2018 | View listing
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