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Ana Maria Lopez Narbona | PhD Award

On Friday 22nd January 2016, Ana Maria Lopez Narbona, Visitor to the Institute of Population Aging (2015),  successfully presented and defended her doctoral thesis "On Falseness and Inevi...


Wanted - Older Entrepreneurs: invitation to participate in research study

The Oxford Institute of Population Ageing ‘Older entrepreneurs: Changing work patterns’ project is examining the work and retirement aspirations of a group of self-employed older worker...


The Institute welcomes this terms visitors from around the globe: Professor Merril Silverstein (USA), Dr Younga Kim (S. Korea), Mr Yongjie Yon (Canada) and Ms Joobong Kim (Japan)

The Oxford Institute of Population Ageing are very please to welcome academic visitors from around the world.  This Hilary term there are four new faces at the Institute, these are: Profess...


Exciting new collaborative agreement between The General Graduate School, CHA University, Republic of Korea and the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing.

Exciting new collaborative agreement between The General Graduate School, CHA University, Republic of Korea and the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing.  The Institute are looking forward to...


Do these countries hold the secret to a long and healthy life?| Sarah Harper on CNN

Professor Sarah Harper was quoted on a CNN article “Do these countries hold the secret to a long and healthy life?” Sarah Harper, Professor of Gerontology at the University of Oxford...


Launch of new Institute Journal: Population Horizons

The Oxford Institute of Population Ageing is please to announce that the launch of the new journal Population Horizons.  The first Issue is now available online at De Gruyter Open. Popul...


Will the Desired Family Size in sub-Saharan Africa Change?

A new article by Sarah Harper Will the Desired  Family Size in sub-Saharan Africa Change? has been published on the front page of the Danish newspaper Kristeligt Dagblad, 28 November 2015...


Nicky McDonald awarded the Winston Churchill Fellowship for her visit to the Institute in June

A New Zealander who will visit the Institute next June has just been awarded a Winston Churchill Fellowship to help fund her visit. Nicky McDonald is Senior Strategic Adviser at Nelson City Council...


Latest Publication | Elderly Users’ Perspective on the Use of Technology in Daily Life: A Comparative Study of a sample in the UK and Brazil

A new article by George Leeson and Carla da Silva Santana “Elderly Users’ Perspective on the Use of Technology in Daily Life: A Comparative Study of a sample in the UK and Bra...


Which jobs could a 100-year-old do? | Sarah Harper in BBC News Magazine

Professor Sarah Harper was quoted in a BBC News Magazine article “Which jobs could a 100-year-old do? “ "We are entering a new era of longevity in terms of life expectancy. But ...


Good education and price of homes causing low birth rate | Interview with Dr George Leeson

Oxford’s high house prices could be having an impact on people deciding whether to have children. Oxford’s women are also waiting until they are older to have children. The number of bi...


Professor Sarah Harper presents at the World Bank event "Golden Aging: Prospects for Healthy, Active, and Prosperous Aging in Europe and Central Asia”

Professor Sarah Harper presents and joins the discussion at the World Bank event held at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London on the 25th September 2015. Presentation a...


New Book: Turkish Migration, Identity and Integration

A new book released with contributions from Dr George Leeson (with Nilüfer Korkmaz Yaylagül & Suzan Yaz?c) 'Turkish refugees and their use of health and social services in London&...


Can the Planet Support 11 Billion People?

Scientific American online, 12/08/2015, Malavika Vyawahare, via ClimateWire Article about global population growth and its potential impact on the environment, food security and resource managem...


Grandfatherhood: shifting masculinities in later life

A new article by Dr George Leeson (with R. Mann & A. Tarrant) ‘Grandfatherhood: shifting masculinities in later life’ has been published in Sociology, March 2015. Drawing on qual...