Comparative Population Studies


Prof. Philip Rees serves as Managing Editor of CPoS

 

We are excited to welcome Philip Rees as Managing Editor of Comparative Population Studies (CPoS) for the year 2019. Philip Rees is Emeritus Professor in the School of Geography at the University of Leeds, UK. He is a distinguished scholar in the field of population studies and has been awarded the Victoria Medal by the Royal Geographical Society for his conspicuous merit in research. We are convinced that he brings the experience and spirit to execute this interesting and crucial position and are looking forward to working with him.

 

Vol 43 (2018)

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Kerstin Ruckdeschel, Anne Salles, Sabine Diabaté, Laurent Toulemon, Arnaud Régnier-Loilier
 
Jana Gläßer, Wolfgang Lauterbach, Fred Berger
 
Frank Osterhage
 
Tomas Frejka, Frances Goldscheider, Trude Lappegård
 
Regina Hilz, Michael Wagner
 
Sebastian Klüsener, Pavel Grigoriev, Rembrandt D. Scholz, Dmitri A. Jdanov
 
Zuzana Žilinčíková, Nicole Hiekel

Vol 42 (2017)

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Editorial on the special issue “An International Perspective on the Processes, Patterns, and Outcomes of Reurbanisation”
Paul Gans, Stefan Siedentop
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Annegret Haase, Manuel Wolff, Petra Špačková, Adam Radzimski
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Paul Gans
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Karoline Brombach, Johann Jessen, Stefan Siedentop, Philipp Zakrzewski
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Doris Hanappi, Isabella Buber-Ennser
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Sebastian Dembski, Andreas Schulze Bäing, Olivier Sykes
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Susan F. Martin
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Aalok Ranjan Chaurasia
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Lori M. Hunter, Stefan Leyk, Galen J. Maclaurin, Raphael Nawrotzki, Wayne Twine, Barend F.N. Erasmus, Mark Collinson
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Tomas Frejka
Martin Bujard, Melanie Scheller
Felicitas Hillmann, Ernst Spaan
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Tim Winke
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Reviewers of the journal in 2016 and 2017
 
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