Jean Louis Rallu

Jean Louis Rallu is a demographer who worked in historical and contemporary demography. He analyzed population trends, unions and fertility patterns and family structures in France, in several European countries and in East Asia; international migration from Northern Africa to Europe; migrants’ integration in France; and population and development in the Asia-Pacific. He is a Director of Research at INED and was a visiting fellow for several years at the USP in Fiji, EWC in Honolulu and a population and development advisor at the UNFPA office for the Pacific. He tried to focus on comparative aspects and policy implications and is now interested in migrants’ ageing. He also carried social anthropology fieldworks on colonization and cultural change in Vanuatu.


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17 August 2006 | descriptive finding

Female deficit and the marriage market in Korea

Jean Louis Rallu

Volume: 15 Article ID: 3
Pages: 51–60
DOI: 10.4054/DemRes.2006.15.3