Austrian Academy of Sciences – Vienna Institute of Demography

The Vienna Institute of Demography (VID) is one of 28 research institutes within the Austrian Academy of Sciences and a collaborating facility in the new Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital. The VID research agenda embraces both methodological and substantive topics. During recent years, comparative European research has focused on population dynamics and forecasts, fertility trends in Europe, family-related decision-making and international migration. Another strength is the field of population economics. Several research projects have been conducted about the effect of population and individual ageing on the economy as well as on the generation and use of National Transfer Accounts.


Bernhard HAMMER

Sapienza University of Rome – MEMOTEF

The Department of Methods and Models for Economics, Territory and Finance (MEMOTEF) is part of the Faculty of Economics at “Sapienza” University of Rome. MEMOTEF was formed in 2010 and has substantial experience in interdisciplinary research through qualitative and quantitative methodologies, including socio-economic impact assessment, data mining and modelling, statistical surveying, GIS-based analysis and spatial statistics, policy analysis and evaluation. Currently, it promotes and coordinates research activities on different topics, such as statistical modelling and theory, statistical and computational economics, finance, methods for social research, population and policy analysis.


Alessandra DE ROSE

Paris School of Economics

The Paris School of Economics (PSE) is a French research institute of international standing in economics, at the forefront in many different economic domains. The foundation currently includes more than 200 faculty and staff members and 500 Master/PhD students. The School is engaged in a novel project to participate in both the elaboration of sophisticated tools of economic analysis, and their application to policy at both the public and private level. The Paris School of Economics represents a focal point for the best French and foreign researchers in economics.


Andrew CLARK
Hippolyte d’ALBIS
Claudia SENIK