Volume 60, 2005
March 2005 (№ 1)
Global Aging: The Challenge of Success
By Kevin Kinsella and David R. Phillips.
This Population Bulletin looks at the health, labor force participation,
family status, and other characteristics of older people, as well
as recent demographic trends and the projected growth of the older
population in major world regions.
June 2005 (№ 2)
New Marriages, New Families: U.S. Racial and Hispanic Intermarriage
By Sharon M. Lee and Barry Edmonston.
This Population Bulletin details the growing numbers of interracial
marriages and children in the United States and their implications
for future demographic and social trends.
September 2005 (№ 3)
The American Community Survey
By Mark Mather, Kerri L. Rivers, and Linda A. Jacobsen
This Population Bulletin presents an overview of the American Community
Survey, which is ushering in the most substantial change in the
U.S. decennial census in more than 60 years.
December 2005 (№ 4)
Global Demographic Divide
By Mary M. Kent and Carl Haub
Birth and death rates differ dramatically among the world's countries,
often reflecting a gulf between have and have-not nations. This
Population Bulletin looks at the factors fueling the differential
growth causing the demographic divide, and at the countries in between
the two extremes, which contain the majority of the world's population