Wolfgang Lutz
Wolfgang Lutz
Director, World Population Program, IIASA, Austrian Academy, WU
Verified email at iiasa.ac.at
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The coming acceleration of global population ageing
W Lutz, W Sanderson, S Scherbov
Nature 451 (7179), 716-719, 2008
14002008
The shared socioeconomic pathways and their energy, land use, and greenhouse gas emissions implications: an overview
K Riahi, DP Van Vuuren, E Kriegler, J Edmonds, BC O’neill, S Fujimori, ...
Global Environmental Change 42, 153-168, 2017
13502017
The end of world population growth
W Lutz, W Sanderson, S Scherbov
Nature 412 (6846), 543-545, 2001
11672001
The human core of the shared socioeconomic pathways: Population scenarios by age, sex and level of education for all countries to 2100
KC Samir, W Lutz
Global Environmental Change 42, 181-192, 2017
6702017
The emergence of sub-replacement family size ideals in Europe
J Goldstein, W Lutz, MR Testa
Population research and policy review 22 (5), 479-496, 2003
5522003
The low-fertility trap hypothesis: Forces that may lead to further postponement and fewer births in Europe
W Lutz, V Skirbekk, MR Testa
Vienna yearbook of population research, 167-192, 2006
5022006
Europe's population at a turning point
W Lutz, BC O'Neill, S Scherbov
Science 299 (5615), 1991-1992, 2003
3682003
The intentionality model and language acquisition: Engagement, effort, and the essential tension in development
L Bloom, E Tinker, EK Scholnick
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, i-101, 2001
351*2001
Global human capital: Integrating education and population
W Lutz, KC Samir
Science 333 (6042), 587-592, 2011
3492011
Doubling of world population unlikely
W Lutz, W Sanderson, S Scherbov
Nature 387 (6635), 803-805, 1997
3381997
World population and human capital in the twenty-first century
W Lutz, WP Butz, KC Samir
OUP Oxford, 2014
3282014
The demography of educational attainment and economic growth
W Lutz, JC Cuaresma, W Sanderson
Population 25 (29), 15-19, 2008
3252008
The future population of the world: what can we assume today
W Lutz
Routledge, 2013
3242013
Dimensions of global population projections: what do we know about future population trends and structures?
W Lutz, S KC
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
3232010
Reconstruction of populations by age, sex and level of educational attainment for 120 countries for 1970-2000
W Lutz, A Goujon, S KC, W Sanderson
Vienna yearbook of population research, 193-235, 2007
3232007
Population and climate change
BC O'Neill, FL MacKellar, W Lutz
Cambridge University Press, 2005
3152005
Projection of populations by level of educational attainment, age, and sex for 120 countries for 2005-2050
S Kc, B Barakat, A Goujon, V Skirbekk, W Sanderson, W Lutz
Demographic research 22, 383-472, 2010
2872010
Introduction: Multilevel selection theory comes of age
DS Wilson
The American Naturalist 150 (S1), s1-s21, 1997
254*1997
Policies addressing the tempo effect in low‐fertility countries
W Lutz, V Skirbekk
Population and development review 31 (4), 699-720, 2005
2262005
Is education a key to reducing vulnerability to natural disasters and hence unavoidable climate change?
R Muttarak, W Lutz
Ecology and society 19 (1), 2014
2232014
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