The objective of MicMac is to develop a methodology that offers a bridge between aggregate projections of cohorts (Mac) and projections of the life courses of individual cohort members (Mic).
Our research group is coordinating the analyses on fertility and living arrangements. Francesco Billari is a member of the project’s Management Board.
MicMac Project Coordinator: NIDI (Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, The Hague
Other partners are listed on the MicMac Project site
MicMac Project Site
Charting the complexities of a silvering population
Funded by the European Commission (6th Framework Programme, Contract no. SP23-CT-2005-006637).
May 2005-April 2009