Popul Res Policy Rev (2009) 28:107–108 DOI 10.1007/s11113-009-9138-5 Thomas W. Pullum Published online: 8 April 2009 Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2009 This issue of Population Research and Policy Review is the ﬁrst to appear under my editorship. The previous editor, Professor David Swanson of the University of California at Riverside, as well as the editor before him, Professor Elwood Carlson of Florida State University, have helped to develop PRPR into a prominent international journal for population research. The journal is afﬁliated with a regional professional association in the United States, the Southern Demographic Associ- ation (SDA), but its authors, reviewers, editorial board, and readers represent all regions of the world. The publisher, Springer, and particularly Evelien Bakker and Marielle Klijn, have also made outstanding contributions to the growing reputation of the journal. Population Research and Policy Review encourages submissions under a very comprehensive deﬁnition of population research and a wide range of data and methodologies. It is expected that submissions will have an explicit connection with population policy at some level. It is preferred, although not necessary, that authors connect with research topics that have previously appeared in this journal. Thanks to the Editorial Manager software used by our
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