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Centre for Population Change

School Of Social Science

University Of Southampton

Southampton, SO17 1BJ

United Kingdom


Nationality: United Kingdom

Female

Membership Number :21155

Jane Falkingham

Professor of Demography & International Social Policy, University of Southampton


j.c.falkingham@soton.ac.uk

http://www.cpc.ac.uk

Field of study:

Specialization: Ageing, Economic Demography, Families and Households, Income, Poverty and Welfare

Regional focus: Western Europe, Sub-Saharan Africa, Central Asia, South Asia, East Asia


Highest Degree Level:

Masters level, Demography, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), 1985


Working languages:
  • - English (United States)

Professional summary:

I am Professor of Demography & International Social Policy at the University of Southampton and since 2009 have been the Director of the ESRC Centre for Population Change. My research spans both developed and developing countries with a consistent theme being understanding the interaction between population change, well-being and public policy. I am currently engaged in research within CPC nvestigating the changing life course, intergenerational relations and exchange in the UK. I am also collaborating on an on-going project with colleagues at the Centre for on Research on Ageing (University of Southampton) and APHRC on ageing in the slums of Nairobi and with colleagues in Zhejiang University on ageing, health and long term care in China. During the 2000s I also worked extensively on poverty, health and well-being in Central Asia, most notably in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.

I have published over 150 books, contributions to edited volumes and articles in leading peer reviewed scientific journals. 



Member since: 1999
Publications:

Champion, T. And Falkingham, J. (2016) The Changing Population of the UK. RLI.

Falkingham, J. And Hills, J (2005) The Dynamics of Welfare. Taylor Francis.

Falkingham, J. (2000) Women in Tajikistan. ADB.

Johnson, P. And Falkingham, J. (1993) Ageing and Economic Welfare. SAGE.


Honorary positions:

I am currently President of the British Society of Population Studies (2015-2017). I am also Vice President of the European Association for Population Studies (2016-2018). In 2015, I was awarded the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the Queen's Birthday honours for my services to social sciences.


Research grants:

ESRC Centre for Population Change (2009-2018)


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