African Population Studies/Etude de la Population Africaine is a bilingual journal [English and French] published twice a year in April and October by the Union for African Population Studies. It publishes dependable and timely information emanating from original research on African population and development and related fields. It is the only bilingual journal with sole focus on African demography and development
Regular Articles present and discuss original research within any area of population. The maximum length is 25 double-spaced pages including references, tables and fugures. Tables and Figures should not be more than 5 or 6.
Policy Papers report research relevant to policy-making in various aspects of population. Policy reports should not be more than 20 double-spaced pages.
Short Commentaries about completed or on-going research projects on a subject of interest in the population field should be between 8 to 10 double-spaced pages.
Letters to the Editor and Comments usually on a paper published in the journal or on issues highly relevant to African population are welcome. These are subject to editorial review before publication.
Book Reviews are encouraged.
Audience: Academic and research and policy makers
Discipline: Demography, Population Studies and Epidemiology, Population and Development
Year of First Publication: 1984
Frequency of Publication: Very frequent; twice a year since 1984. Vol 30, No 2 Published.
Circulation: Widely across Africa and Western and Asian academic institutions