This journal has a long tradition in the field of demographic studies in Portugal. The first number was published in 1945 and since then it became a reference in the field of demographic studies for those who intends to analyze the demographic trends in both national and international levels.
Demographic Studies Review, n. º 54, which is now coming out includes four articles:
Equality between women and men in economic decision-making: the slow progress of the policy and normative framework / Sara Falcão Casaca
Will it be possible to improve health in an impoverishment cycle? Premature mortality and deprivation in the LMA, 2001-2011 / H. Nogueira, A. Lourenço
Ageing in Portugal: health and health expenditure / João Estevens
Place of Birth versus Residence in Portugal 2011 / Humberto Moreira, André Maias
The Demographic Studies Review – Historical perspective / Maria José Carrilho