School of Demography Seminar Series Semester 2, 2022


James O'Donnell

School of History Seminars in Semester 2, 2022 will be run either in person or online.

Past events

Bivariate Outcome Small Area Estimation using Spatial Bayesian Hierarchical Models

21 Nov 2023

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Mapping Social Cohesion 2023

14 Nov 2023

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Toward a Network Theory of Family Change

7 Nov 2023

Global economic inequality is on the rise, with poorer regions bearing the highest burden. There is a common assumption that by understanding family dynamics...

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Health Capacity to Work among Older People in the Kingdom of Thailand

31 Oct 2023

Thailand’s aging population has impacted its labor force. This study examines additional health capacity to work (AHCW) with established methods. Data were...

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Fertility Intentions to Decisions: Investigating Factors that Affect China-born Women’s Fertility Intentions in Australia

24 Oct 2023

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Investigating factors influencing low fertility in Asia

17 Oct 2023

Among various regions, the lowest fertility rates can be observed in Asian societies such as South Korea, Taiwan, and Singapore. Multiple factors influence low...

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Insights from Māori demographic change and Māori incarceration over the last century

19 Sep 2023

The distinctive demographic characteristics of Māori during the 20thcentury have significantly influenced the impact on Māori of public policy in many fields....

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A demographic perspective on forced migration: The reasons for and implications of population displacement from Afghanistan

22 Aug 2023

The increasing discussion of international migration is focused almost entirely on voluntary migration, and little attention is given to the reasons,...

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Population-Level Burden and Inequities in Maternal Health Care Utilisation and Child Health Outcomes in Zambia

15 Aug 2023

Inequities in maternal and child health pose significant challenges to overall health improvement. Despite the preventable nature of most maternal and child...

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The Dynamic Population Model: Using Bayesian methods to construct local-level population statistics for England and Wales

8 Aug 2023

The UK Office for National Statistics is developing new methods for producing population statistics that make full use of administrative data. The methods...

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