Centre on Population Dynamics, McGill University
Administrative Office: Room 312, Peterson Hall Building
3460 McTavish Street
- The Centre on Population Dynamics was founded by Shelley Clark (Director), Céline Le Bourdais and Amélie Quesnel-Vallée and approved by the McGill University’s Board of Governors on May 1, 2012.
- The CPD is a collaboration between three main departments in two faculties (Sociology and Economics in the Faculty of Arts and Epidemiology, Biostatistics, and Occupational Health in the Faculty of Medicine).
- Within the broader area of population dynamics, the Centre will focus on five main research axes:
- Family Dynamics;
- Social and Economic Determinants of Health;
- Education, Skill Acquisition, and Labour;
- Aging over the life course.
- These research axes are united by three overarching themes:
- Applied Quantitative Methods;
- Life Course Perspective;
- Global in Scope covering both the developed and developing countries.