PAA is a non-profit, scientific, professional organization that promotes research on population issues.


#PAA2017 – Sponsorship, Advertising and Exhibit Opportunities

PAA is excited to provide interested companies and organizations with the opportunity to raise their profile at the 2017 PAA Annual Meeting through sponsorships, advertisements and exhibit space.

Full details are available in the Exhibitor, Sponsorship, And Advertising Opportunities & Agreement document.  The document also include profile information about attendees.  Below, you’ll find a quick list of what is available.  For more information, please contact Danielle Staudt.

Exhibit space, sponsorships, and ads will be sold until sold out or March 15, 2017, whichever comes first.

New in 2017

The PAA Board of Directors approved an exhibit and advertisement policy in August 2016 which can be viewed below.

All items exhibited, advertised, sponsored, and/or sold under the auspices of the Population Association of America (e.g., at the Annual Meeting, in publications, on the website, or in direct communications) must be of a nature that they can reasonably be considered to be:  (1) “tools of the trade” (e.g., original data, methods, publication outlets) for population research professionals acting in their professional capacities; (2) original research or original data related to population science and demography; or (3) of benefit to the PAA and its members.  Only exhibits and advertisements that relate to research and professional fields of population science and demography may be displayed.

Exhibits, advertisements, sponsorships, or sales are subject to the approval of the Board of Directors or its designee.  PAA reserves the right to refuse any application for exhibit space, advertising, sponsorship, or sales and to curtail or cancel any such exhibit, advertisement, sponsorship, or sale that does not conform to the above guidelines as interpreted by the Board of Directors.  In addition, PAA reserves the right to decline exhibit, advertising, and sponsorship requests from organizations whose products and services may be viewed as competing with PAA programs or services.