John F. May
John F. May, an American and Belgian national, is a specialist of population policies. He is currently an Assistant Professor at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. He was a Lead Demographer at the World Bank for 15 years and has worked before for the United Nations (Haiti and New Caledonia), as well as for the Futures Group International, a US consulting firm specialising in demographic modeling and policy. He has worked for most international agencies around the world. He has a BA in Modern History (1973), a MA in demography (1985), which were both earned at the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium. He received his PhD from the University of Paris-V (Sorbonne) in 1996.
Africa's Population: In Search of a Demographic Dividend (Springer, 2017)
Agir sur les évolutions démographiques (Royal Academy of Belgium, 2013)
World Population Policies: Their Origin, Evolution, and Impact (Springer, 2012)
Population Institute 2012 Global Media Award for best book in population for World Population Policies (Springer, 2012)