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Young Researcher Award | Suen Yiu Tung

The Institute is delighted to announce that Prof. Suen Yiu Tung, Assistant Professor of Gender Studies Programme has won the Young Researcher Award 2020-21 of The Chinese University of Hong Kong.&n...


Journal of Population Ageing | Illuminating the Dark Side of Ageing

We are pleased to announce that a Special Issue of the Journal of Population Ageing is now available online, Volume 14, Issue 3, September 2021 In this issue: Editorial notes by Ashle...


Dr Francesca Ghillani died 8th September 2021

It is with great sadness that the Institute of Population Ageing has learnt of the death of  Dr Francesca Ghillani (10 March 1978 - 8 September 2021), a Research Fellow at the Institute. ...


Shrinking Family Sizes | Sarah Harper

ONS data shows that nearly half of women born in 1989 remained childless by their 30th birthday, compared with 38 per cent for their mothers’ generation. Professor Sarah Harper commen...


Why declining birth rates are good news for life on Earth | Sarah Harper

Professor Sarah Harper comments on declining fertility rates in an article in The Guardian - Why declining birth rates are good news for life on Earth . "Rather than deny you...


Welcome to Population Ageing in Latin America

Population Ageing in Latin America shares academic activities and research of LARNA  (Latin American Research Network on Ageing) at the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, University of Oxf...


South Korea's shrinking population | George Leeson

Dr George W Leeson was interviewed for Korean Arirang TV - In-depth News about the causes and consequences of the low levels of childbearing in South Korea.  Arirang Broadcasting ...


The Journal of Population Ageing is celebrating 15 years

Meet the new Regional Editors from across the globe!  The Journal of Population Ageing is celebrating 15 years with a Global Special in 2022 exploring ageing in Asia Pacific, Europe, the Ameri...


Hybrid Visitors Programme launched

Our on-line Visitors Programme will reflect the Oxford experience with personal interaction with key academics, fellow visitors, access to a wide range of Oxford resources, seminars and workshops.&...


Journal of Population Ageing | New Issue Alert

We are pleased to announce that the Journal of Population Ageing Volume 14, Issue 2 is now available online. In this Issue:  Editorial notes by  Sarah Harper&...


DAI Research and Community Roundtable

The Design Age Institute hosts a Research and Community Roundtable with members of the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing's Research Networks in Africa, Latin America and Central and Eastern...


Do China's 'one child generation' want more children? | George Leeson

Census results in the US and in China indicate that both countries are likely to start shrinking in population much sooner than they thought. China is under pressure to boost measures for c...


Journal of Population Ageing | New Issue Alert

We are pleased to announce that the Journal of Population Ageing Volume 14, Issue 1 is now available online. In this Special Issue on Active Ageing Index:  Editorial notes b...


Birth bust | Sarah Harper in The Telegraph

Professor Sarah Harper comments on the impact of Covid-19 on declining birth rates in an article published in The Telegraph. "Because this pandemic has largely killed older adults...


Impact of Covid-19 on birth rates | Sarah Harper

Professor Sarah Harper discussed the impact of Covid-19 on declining birth rates and a significant fall in population size across the UK in a series of interviews with media over the past...