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Working Papers

MPRC hosts special projects and working papers for each Faculty Associate

Use the links below to browse working paper articles by year.

See papers 2017
See papers 2016
See papers 2015
See papers 2014
See papers 2013
See papers 2012

See a complete listing of papers in reverse chronological order

We also support inter-institution collaboration via . . .

Population Working Papers website

The Maryland Population Research Center collaborates with the California Center for Population Research at UCLA on the Population Working Papers initiative, expanded in recent years to include working papers from population researchers at Duke, Princeton, and Penn State. (The Population Working Papers site is currently offline for a much -needed upgrade. MPRC papers can be found by using the links above.)

MPRC Faculty Associates can submit working papers by email to . Please bear the following in mind when submitting a working paper :

  1. The topic should be on population research as our Center broadly defines it
  2. The document should include a title, an abstract, references, page numbers and tables & figures should be legible
  3. Each submission will be checked for formatting by MPRC staff and then passed on to the Associate Director or Director for approval;
  4. Upon approval, the paper will be posted to the website and the author will be notified of the link
  5. With rare exceptions, the approval and posting process should not exceed 48 hours from time of initial submission to MPRC

 

Student Working Papers

Students who have co-authored a working paper with an MPRC Faculty Associate will be listed as a co-author on the paper posted to the Population Working Papers site. From time to time MPRC students produce working papers on which they are the sole author. These papers are reviewed by the student's Faculty Associate sponsor and by a member of the MPRC executive committee before being accepted for posting.

Follow this link to our listing of student working papers