Author Archives: acarioli
Is Airbnb changing the demographics of the most touristic neighborhoods?
Antonio López-Gay, researcher at the Center for Demographic Studies in Barcelona, looks at the relationship between tourism and population change across Barcelona neighbourhoods. Neighborhoods and touristic apartments Cities are becoming a preferred touristic destination, and they are experiencing the emergence of a new source of touristic accommodation. In addition to the general increase in the […]
Come meet Demotrends at EPC!
The European Population Conference is starting soon, what a better chance to come meet us at EPC! We would love to discuss our blog with you. You can find us throughout the conference, as we will all be presenting research in various sessions. In addition, Ridhi will be manning the Max Planck Institute booth on Thursday (17:30 – 19:00), […]
Mind the gap: the compass of foregone fertility in Europe
“You can’t always get what you want” sang Mick Jagger in 1969. Four decades and a whole fertility transition later, European women wishing to form a family are well aware of the meaning of these lyrics. Over these four decades, desired family size has not changed much, with a predominant preference for two children, while […]