The Hungarian Demographic Research Institute (HDRI) is the only research institute in Hungary that carries out research on population issues and processes. Founded in 1963, the Institute is the national centre of basic and applied demographic research and it puts a great emphasis on the social context of demographic processes.
Key international publications
Kovács, Katalin (2014): Social Disparities in the Evolution of an Epidemiological Profile: Transition Processes in Mortality Between 1971 and 2008 in an Industrialized Middle Income Country: The Case of Hungary. In Anson, Jon – Luy, Marc (eds.): Mortality in an International Perspective. European Studies of Population, Vol. 18., Springer. 79-117.
Borrell, Carme – Marí-Dell’olmo, Marc – Palència, Laia – Gotsens, Mercè – Burström, Bo – Domínguez-Berjón, Felicitas – Rodríguez-Sanz, Maica – Dzúrová, Dagmar – Gandarillas, Ana – Hoffmann, Rasmus – Kovács, Katalin – Marinacci, Chiara – Martikainen, Pekka – Pikhart, Hynek – Corman, Diana – Rosicova, Katarina – Saez, Marc – Santana, Paula – Tarkiainen, Lasse – Puigpinós, Rosa – Morrison, Joana – Pasarín, M Isabel – Díez, Èlia (2014): Socioeconomic inequalities in mortality in 16 European cities. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 42(3), 245-254.
Spéder, Zsolt - Kapitány, Balázs (2014): Failure to Realize Fertility Intentions: A Key Aspect of the Post-communist Fertility Transition. Population Research and Policy Review, January 2014, doi: 10.1007/s11113-013-9313-6.
Berkő, Péter - Joubert, Kálmán - Gárdos, Éva - Gyenis, Gyula (2013): The MDN system Aids in the identification of neonates with a high probability of needing growth hormone therapy. Journal of Clinical Research Letters, Volume 4, Issue 1, 2013.
Spéder, Zsolt - Murinkó, Lívia - Settersten, Richard A. (2013): Age conceptions of Adulthood Universal and Unisex? Ages and Social Markers in 25 European Countries. Social Forces, doi: 10.1093/sf/sot100.
Our colleague Lili Vargha has won the first prize of the Dirk Berg-Schlosser Award for best poster. The award is bestowed at the Summer School in Methods and Techniques of the Europen Consurtium for Political Research for the best participant poster. The poster - titled Four Levels of Intergenerational Indicators and the Total Support Ratio - presents new indicators of population ageing. It can be accessed on the following link.
David Coleman lecture in Budapest
The Danube Institute and the Hungarian Demographic Research Institute cordially invite you to a lecture to be given by David Coleman (University of Oxford) on Population in Central and Eastern Europe: Burdens of the Past and Prospects for the Future. Date: Tuesday, 14 October 2014, 5 pm. Venue: Hungarian Central Statistical Office, Árvay János Room (Budapest, 1024 Budapest, Keleti Károly str. 5-7.) Seats at the lecture are strictly limited, therefore early registration is recommended. Please click here to register for the event.
Children's experience of parental separation
Research Highlights no.18 about children's experience of parental separation is now available here.
Counting Women’s Work
The paper written by our colleagues Robert Gal and Lili Vargha in cooperation with Endre Szabo of the Institute of Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences is summarized in a Research in Brief of the Counting Women’s Work (CWW) Project. CWW is a project within the National Transfer Accounts (NTA) research network. It will provide data and analysis to help develop better policies around economic development, care for children and the elderly, investments in human capital, and gender equity in the workplace and the home. Currently it involves nine low- and middle-income countries around the world, namely: Colombia, Costa Rica, Ghana, India, Kenya, Mexico, Senegal, South Africa and Vietnam. The project is coordinated by the University of California, Berkeley; the Development Policy Research Unit, University of Cape Town; and the East-West Center, Honolulu. The Research in Brief can be downloaded here.
Emigration from Hungary
Research Highlights no.17 about the increasing tendency of emigration from Hungary is now available here.
New Issue of Demográfia - English Edition
The new issue of Demográfia - English Edition is available online. You can download the articles from Demográfia - English Edition and the volume can be ordered from Márta Kardulesz: firstname.lastname@example.org
Working Paper no. 20 is published
The working paper by Péter Őri - Levente Pakot (2014): Residence patterns in nineteenth century Hungary: Evidence from the Hungarian MOSAIC sample has been published in the Working Papers on Population, Family and Welfare series.
Working Paper no. 19 is published
The working paper by Irén Gödri, Béla Soltész, Boróka Bodacz-Nagy (2014): Immigration or emigration country? Migration trends and their socio-economic background in Hungary: A longer-term historical perspective has been published in the Working Papers on Population, Family and Welfare series.