Find below a list of individual journals in the field of demography that can be accessed from UW Libraries, either in print or online. You can also search for articles on demography across a selection of journals in one of our scholarly article databases.
Demography presents original research of scholars in a broad range of disciplines that includes anthropology, biology, economics, geography, history, psychology, public health, sociology, and statistics. Its geographic focus is global, with articles addressing demographic matters from around the planet.
Population, founded in 1946, publishes original studies on population questions by researchers in the fields of demography and the related disciplines of sociology, economics, anthropology, history, geography, epidemiology and public health.
Coverage includes demographic, economic, social, political and health research papers and related contributions which are based on either the direct scientific evaluation of particular policies or programs, or general contributions to advance knowledge that informs policy and program development.
Population and Development Review's interests span both developed and developing countries, theoretical advances as well as empirical analyses and case studies, a broad range of disciplinary approaches, and concern with historical and present-day problems.
The first international population journal to focus exclusively on population issues in Asia. Topics that are covered include all branches of population studies ranging from population dynamics such as the analysis of fertility, mortality and migration (from both technical and humanistic perspectives) to the consequences of population change from a variety of demographic perspectives.
DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH aims to: publish top-quality research and related material from the full range of disciplines that bear on demography, including the social sciences, the life sciences, mathematics and statistics, policy research, and research on the discipline itself.
The European Journal of Population aims to improve understanding of population phenomena by giving priority to work that contributes to the development of theory and method, and that spans the boundaries between demography and such disciplines as sociology, anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, epidemiology and other sciences contributing to public health.
The Journal of Population Research publishes peer-reviewed papers on demography and population-related issues. International in scope, the journal presents original research papers, perspectives, review articles and shorter technical research notes.
The Journal’s coverage includes: applications in developed and developing countries; historical and contemporary studies; quantitative and qualitative studies; analytical essays and reviews. The subjects of papers range from classical concerns, such as the determinants and consequences of population change, to such topics as family demography and evolutionary and genetic influences on demographic behaviour.