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Dr. Philip Kreager: Main Publications

(Note: in all publications, excepting 2022a, 2021, 2018a, 2012, 2008a, 2005b, and 1973, Dr. Kreager is the primary/corresponding author.]
(with Y. Hilevych) (eds.) (in press), Low Fertilities in the Past and Present: Comparative
Studies in Compositional Demography. Oxford and London: British Academy and Oxford University
Press

 
‘Evolution in the History of Population Thought’ (2023). In R. Lee, R. Sears and O. Burger (eds.) Human Evolutionary Demography. Open Book Publishers. https://osf.io/p59eu/
Smith or Malthus? A sea-change in the concept of a population’ (2022). Population and Development Review 48, 1: 1-44.

(with L. Ekawati, A. Arif, I. Hidayana, A. Nurhasim, M. Zakiyuddin Munziri, K. D. Lestari, A.Tan, F. Ferdiansyah, F. Nashiruddin, et al.) (2022a) ‘Mortality among healthcare workers in Indonesia during 18 months of COVID-19’ PLOS Global Public Health DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgph.0000893

(with E. Hogervorst, E. Schröder-Butterfill, Y.S. Handajani, T.B.W. Rahardjo) (2021). Dementia and Dependency vs. Proxy Indicators of the Active Ageing Index in Indonesia, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18,16: 8235-8235, DOI: 10.3390/ijerph18168235

‘Introduction’ (with V. Petit, K. Qureshi, and Y. Charbit) (2020), The Anthropological Demography of Health, V. Petit, K. Qureshi, Y. Charbit and P. Kreager (eds.) Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp.  1-60.

 

(with E. Schröder-Butterfill) (2020) ‘Population Ageing and Conjunctural Action’, in The Anthropological Demography of Health, V. Petit, K. Qureshi, Y. Charbit and P. Kreager (eds.), Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 323-346.

 

(with V. Petit, K. Qureshi, and Y. Charbit) (eds.) (2020), The Anthropological Demography of Health, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

(with E. Schröder-Butterfill, Tengku Syawila Firthry, Vita Priantina Dewi, and Dyah Rahayuningtyas) 2020. ‘Modelling Variation in Reproduction: Some Results from a Longitudinal Anthropological Demography of Three Indonesian Communities’, in Annales de Démographie Historique, 2019-20, Fécondité en milieu populaire, XIX-XX siécles., pp. 21-53.

The Anthropological Demography of Health, Centre Virchow-Villermé, University of Paris-Sorbonne, 2019. https://www.fun-mooc.fr/courses/course-v1:USPC+37023+session01/about

 

‘The Emergence of Population’ (2018). In N. Hopwood, L. Kassell, and R. Fleming (eds.), Reproduction: From

Antiquity to the Present, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 253-266.

 

(with E. Schröder-Butterfill, Tengku Syawila Fitry and Vita Priantina Dewi) (2018a) 'Gendered Support for Older People in Indonesia: A comparative analysis'. In N.E. Riley and J. Brunson, eds., International Handbook of Gender and Demographic Processes, Springer: New York), pp. 247-266.

(with A. Bochow, eds.) (2017). Fertility, Conjuncture, Difference: Anthropological Approaches to the Heterogeneity of Fertility Declines. Oxford: Berghahn.

‘Adam Smith, the Division of Labour, and the Renewal of Population Heterogeneity’ (2017). Population and Development Review 43,3: 513-540.

 

‘Demography’ (2018).  In H. Callan, ed., International Encyclopedia of Anthropology, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/book/10.1002/9781118924396

 

*‘Population Theory – A Long View’ (2015). Population Studies 69 (suppl).: pp. 29-37.

 

*‘Population and the Making of the Human Sciences: A Historical Outline’ (2015), in P. Kreager, B. Winney, S. Ulijaszek and C. Capelli, eds., Population in the Human Sciences: Concepts, Models, Evidence. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 55-85.

 

*(with B. Winney, S. Ulijaszek and C. Capelli) (2015). ‘Introduction’. In P. Kreager, B. Winney, S. Ulijaszek and C. Capelli, eds., Population in the Human Sciences: Concepts, Models, Evidence. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 3-54.

 

(with B. Winney, S. Ulijaszek and C. Capelli, eds.) (2015). Population in the Human Sciences: Concepts, Models, Evidence. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

(with E. Schröder-Butterfill) (2015) ‘Differential Impacts of Migration on the Family Networks of Older People in Indonesia: A Comparative Analysis’, In: Lan Anh Hoang and Brenda Yeoh, eds. Transnational Labour Migration, Remittances and the Changing Family in Asia. London: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 165-193.

 

‘On the History of Malthusian Thought: A Review Essay’ (2014). Population and Development Review 40,4:731-742

 

(with E. Schröder-Butterfill) (2014) ‘Cultural Variations in Daughter Preference in Rural Indonesia’, In T. Devasahayam, ed., Gender and Ageing: Southeast Asian Perspectives, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, pp. 150-173.

 

Humanities Graduates and the British Economy: The Hidden Impact (2013). Oxford University. Also available at:

www.torch.ox.ac.uk/graduateimpact  A brief video summary of the report can be found at The Not-so-hidden Impact of the Humanities [Annual Review 2012-2013

(with Giang Thanh Long, Sri Moertiningsih Adioetomo, P. Loyd-Sherlock) (2012). Social Assistance Needs of Poor and Vulnerable Older People in Indonesia. Jakarta: Government of Indonesia and Help Age International.

 

‘The Challenge of Compositional Demography’ (2011). Asian Population Studies 7, 3:85-88.

 

(with Elisabeth Schröder-Butterfill) (2010). ‘Age-Structural Transition in Indonesia: A Comparison of Macro- and Micro-Level Evidence’, Asian Population Studies 6:1,25-45.

 

*‘Darwin and Lotka: Two Concepts of Population’ (2009). Demographic Research 21: 16, 469-502.

www.demographic-research.org/volumes/vol21/16/21-16.pdf


‘Ageing, Finance and Civil Society: Notes for an Agenda’(2009). In E. N. Arifin and A. Ananta, eds., Older Persons in Southeast Asia,  Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, pp. 361-91.

*‘Aristotle and Open Population Thinking’ (2008). Population and Development Review 34:4, 599-629.

(with Elisabeth Schröder-Butterfill) (2008). ‘Indonesia Against the Trend? Ageing and Inter-Generational Wealth Flows in Two Indonesian Communities’, Demographic Research (Special Issue on Strong Family Ties), 19:52, 1781-1810.

(with E. Indrizal and E. Schröder-Butterfill), (2008), ‘Old-age Vulnerability in a Matrilineal Society: The Case of the Minangkabau of Sumatra, Indonesia’. In J. Sokolovsky, ed., The Cultural Context of Aging: Worldwide Perspectives, 3rd edition, New York: Praeger. Pp. 383-395.

‘Population Ageing, Political Transition, and Civil Society: A Comparison of Indonesia and Poland’, (2008). In G. Sinigoj, G. Jones, K. Hirokawa, S. Linhart, and eds., The Impact of Ageing: A Common Challenge for Europe and Asia, Vienna: LIT Press, pp.149-170.

(with E. Hogervorst, T. Sadjimim, A. Yesufu, T.B.W. Rahardjo) (2008a). ‘High tofu intake is associated with worse memory in elderly Indonesian men and women’, Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 26,1: 50-57, DOI: 10.1159/000141484

(with Elisabeth Schröder-Butterfill) (2007). ‘Gaps in the Family Networks of Older People in Three Indonesian Communities’, Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology: 22,1: 1-27.

Migration, Social Structure and Old-Age Support Networks: A Comparison of Three Indonesian Communities (2006).

Ageing and Society 26: 1, 37-60.

 

‘John Graunt’ (2005a). Encyclopaedia of Social Measurement, ed. K. Kempf-Leonard, San Diego: Elsevier, Vol. 2., Pp. 161-166.

(with Elisabeth Schröder-Butterfill) (2005b), Actual and de facto Childlessness in Old-Age: Evidence and Implications from East Java, Indonesia. Population and Development Review 31: 1, 19-56.

‘Where are the Children?’ (2004a). In P. Kreager and E. Schröder-Butterfill, eds., Ageing Without Children: European and Asian Perspectives. Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 1-48.

(with E. Schröder-Butterfill), eds. (2004).  Ageing Without Children: European and Asian Perspectives. Oxford: Berghahn.

‘Objectifying Demographic Identities’ (2004). In S. Szreter , H. Shokalmy, and A. Dharmalingam, eds., Categories and Contexts in Demographic Research, Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp.1-19.

‘Keynes, Cannan, Fisher, Yule: Contrasting Styles of Population Forecast In Inter-War Britain’ (2003). In J. Fleischhacker, H. De Gans, and T. Burch, eds., Populations, Projections and Politics: Critical and Historical Essays on Early Twentieth Century Population Forecasting, Amsterdam: Rozenberg, pp. 85-112.

‘Graunt, John, 1620-1674’, (2003). Encyclopedia of Population, Vol. I, P. Demeny and G. McNicoll, eds., MacMillan: New York, pp. 472-473.

‘Population Thought, History of’ (2003). Encyclopedia of Population, Vol. I, P. Demeny and G. McNicoll, eds., MacMillan: New York, pp. 772-785.

‘Death and Method: The Rhetorical Space of 17th-Century Vital Measurement’, (2002). In E. Magnello and A. Hardy, eds.,

The Road to Medical Statistics, Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 1-36.

 

‘Transition ou révolution démographique?’ (1998). Population et Avenir 6362 : 2-13.

‘The Limits of Diffusionism’, (1998). In A. Basu and P. Aaby, eds., Methods and Uses of Anthropological Demography, Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp. 298-322.

‘Population and Identity, (1997). In D. Kertzer and T. Fricke, eds., Anthropological Demography: Towards a New Synthesis, Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, pp. 139-174.

‘Histories of demography’ (1993a). Population Studies 473: 519-539.

‘Anthropological Demography and the Limits of Diffusionism’ (1993b). In International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, Interntional Population Conference, Montreal 1993. Liège:Ordina, pp. 313-326.

‘Quand une population est-elle une nation? Quand une nation est-elle un État? La démographie en l’émergence d’un dilemme moderne, 1770-1870’ (1992). Festschrift for Alfred Sauvy, Population 47: 6,1639-1656.  Also available at: www.persee.fr/doc/pop_0032-4663_1992_num_47_6_3943

(translation, with E.F. Kreager), (1992) J-C. Chesnais, The Demographic Transition, Oxford: Clarendon.

‘Aung San Suu Kyi und der friedliche Kampf für die Menschenrechte In Birma’, (1992). In M. Aris (Hrsg), Aung San Suu Kyi, Munich: Wilhelm Heyne Verlag., pp. 9-64.

‘Early modern population theory: a reassessment’, (1991). Population and Development Review 17: 2,207-227.

‘Aung San Suu Kyi and the Peaceful Struggle for Human Rights In Burma’, (1991) In M. Aris, ed., Aung San Suu Kyi, Freedom from Fear and other writings, London: Viking, pp.284-325.

‘A Harder School II’, (1990). Oxford Magazine 58:4-6.

*‘New Light on Graunt’ (1988). Population Studies 42: 1,129-140.

‘Social and Supernatural Control In a Mayan Demographic Regime’, (1988). In J.C. Caldwell, et al. eds,. Micro-Approaches to Demographic Research, London: Kegan Paul International, pp. 410-428.

‘Machiavelli, Burckhardt, and the Making of Florentine Historical Identity’ (1988). Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford, 19: 1,1-24.

‘Demographic Regimes as Cultural Systems’, (1986). In R. Schofield and D. Coleman, eds. The State of Population Theory: Forward from Malthus, Oxford: Blackwell. Pp. 131-155.

‘Interpreting Social Structures for Comparative Fertility Analysis’, (1985) In International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, International Population Conference, Florence, 1985. Liège: Ordina, Vol II, pp.21-34.

‘Demography in situ’ (1982). Population and Development Review 8: 2,237-66.

Adoption Practices In Traditional Societies of Africa, Asia and Latin America, (1980). London: International Planned Parenthood Federation.

Adolescents and Fertility Planning, (1978). London: International Planned Parenthood Federation.

Family Planning Drop-Outs Reconsidered, (1977). London: International Planned Parenthood Federation.

(with G. W. Duncan, E. Hilton, and A. Lumsdaine, eds., Fertility Control Methods: Strategies for Introduction, (1973), New York: Academic Press.

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