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Journal of Population Ageing | New Issue Alert

We are pleased to announce that the Journal of Population Ageing Volume 11 Issue 3 is now available online. In this issue (6 articles): Editorial Notes by Sarah Harper - The Lengthening of...


1st National Congress | Costa Rica

In August, Dr. George W. Leeson and Dr. Urbain Boutelegier attended the 1st National Congress organised by the Tejedores de Sueños Foundation in San Jose, Costa Rica. Attended by more than 5...


How young do you feel?

BBC Radio Oxford's David Prever interviewed Professor Sarah Harper CBE about life satisfaction at 60.  Tune in to BBC Radio Oxford How young do you feel? to listen to Sarah Harper, 16 A...


Patients given 30 minutes to quit care home

An article in the Daily Express highlighting the poor treatment of older people in Britain emphasises the issue with research conducted by Fidelity International and the Oxford Institute of Populat...


Human Longevity | Kenneth Howse in Scientific American

Kenneth Howse comments on the limits of human longevity debate in a recent article “There’s No Limit to Longevity, Says Study Reviving Human Lifespan Debate” published in the Scie...


Population time-bomb | Public lecture

Dr Hafiz Khan gave a presentation on ‘Population ageing in a globalised world: Risks and dilemmas as part of the University of West London’s public lecture series tackling pressing...


Demography: A Very Short Introduction | Review

A book by Professor Sarah Harper CBE "Demography: A Very Short Introduction” published by Oxford University Press has been reviewed in Times Higher Education, New and Noteworthy section....


Professor Sarah Harper Honoured with CBE

The Institute is delighted to announce that the Institute's Founding Director, Professor Sarah Harper has been appointed Commander of the British Empire (CBE) for her services to the science of...


Sarah Harper in MoneyWeek

Professor Sarah Harper comments on rising affluence, increased consumption and overpopulation in a recent article “How to profit as the world gets fuller, richer and older” published in...


Dr Hiroko Umegaki-Constantini | Marie Curie Fellow

The Institute is pleased to announce that Dr. Hiroko Umegaki-Constantini will be joining the Institute’s faculty as of September 1st 2018 as a Marie Curie Fellow. This will be a joint positio...


How Today's Generations are Changing the World

By the mid-century, there will be two billion elderly people in the world and two billion young and together they will account for more than 40 percent of the world’s population. This will ha...


Journal of Population Ageing | New Issue Alert

We are pleased to announce that the Journal of Population Ageing Volume 11 Issue 2 is now available online. In this issue (5 articles): Editorial Notes by George W Leeson - The Growth, Age...


New Publication Alert

The Qualitative Stage of Building Bayesian Belief Networks in a Focus Group Setting: Decision-Making under Uncertainty among Vietnamese Rice Farmers by Založnik, M., Bonsall, M. B. and Harper, S. ...


International Ageing Award | Adela Balderas

We are pleased to announce that Dr Adela Balderas has been awarded with the International Ageing Award for the scientific work and professional dedication to seniors by the AIAA - ANGES Nation...


Irish Radio | Interview with Sarah Harper

How ageing demographic is impacting society -  Professor Sarah Harper discussed changing population structures and extending working practices through entrepreneurship on newstalk.com 106 - 10...