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2010 World Population Data Sheet

PRB's 2010 World Population Data Sheet was released at a press briefing at the National Press Club, in Washington, DC, on July 28, 2010. This year's theme is global aging.

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Preparing the 2010 Indonesian Census

Bill Butz talks with Terence Hull about the 2010 Indonesian census, the challenges of working in a multiethnic and geographically varied landscape, and the successes of using technology to reach more people.

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Family Care for an Aging Population

PRB and the Hopkins Population Center sponsored the 4th Annual Symposium on Policy and Health: "Family Care for an Aging Population: Demographic Contexts and Policy Challenges."

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Family Care for an Aging Population

PRB and the Hopkins Population Center sponsored the 4th Annual Symposium on Policy and Health: "Family Care for an Aging Population: Demographic Contexts and Policy Challenges."

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U.S. Immigrant Children

With Jennifer Van Hook, professor of sociology, Penn State University, and Jennifer Glick, professor of sociology, Arizona State University.

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Distilled Demographics: The Death Rate

PRB senior demographer Carl Haub uncovers the trends behind the 20th century world population "explosion" and how declining death rates and rising life expectancy lead to higher population.

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Social and Economic Impacts of U.S. Immigration

Bill Butz talks with Charles Hirschman about immigration and economics, cultural assimilation and community building, and the role of immigrants in the creation of American identity.

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Controlling Neglected Tropical Diseases

With Peter Hotez, chair of the Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Tropical Medicine at The George Washington University.

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Distilled Demographics: The Birth Rate

PRB senior demographer Carl Haub explains how "crude" birth rates, the total fertility rate, and replacement-level fertility rates are measured, and using examples from various countries, why these measures matter for public health and economic development.

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First Annual Malthus Lecture: "Meat"

The first Annual Malthus Lecture features Joel E. Cohenn's lecture, "Meat," in which he surveyed some of the demographic, economic, environmental, and cultural interactions between human and livestock populations and their implications for public policy.

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