Research

Researching the implications of changing population age structure.

The Oxford Institute of Population Ageing was established in 1998.  Based on the US Population Center, it was funded by a grant from the National Institute of Health (National Institute on Aging - NIA) to establish the UK's first population centre on the demography and economics of ageing populations.  It achieved Institute status in 2001.

Our aim is to undertake research into the implications of population change. We are a multi-disciplinary group with demography as our main disciplinary focus, and links into all
4 University Divisions
.

 The Institute has 6 main Research Strands:       

and 2 Research Centres:

The Institute's Researchers work across disciplines based in 3 main Research Clusters: 

Demography,  Health,  Society & Environment.

 

 Research Highlights

 

> The Collen Programme explores Population Change in Developing Countries.The Programme is funded by the Life Sciences Research Partners.

> James Martin Research Projects
The Oxford Institute of Population Ageing has three Research  Projects in progress with the Oxford Martin School.

 > Clore Programme of Population Dynamics
Six research strands in population change funded by the Clore Duffield Foundation

> Gulbekian Foundation Collaboration
The Oxford Institute of Population Ageing collaborates with the Calouste Gulbekian Foundation and its UK Branch in London.