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King's College

University Of Western Ontario

266 Epworth Avenue

London, Ontario N6A 2M3


Nationality: Canada


Membership Number :21277

Don Kerr

Full Professor, Kings University College at Western, London Canada

Field of study:

Specialization: Social Demography

Highest Degree Level:

Doctorate (Ph.D, MD), Demography, Western University, 1992

Professional summary:

Don Kerr is a demographer who teaches in the Department of Sociology at Kings University College at Western University. From 1992 - 2000 he worked in Demography Division at Statistics Canada. His past research has focused on social demography, population estimates and projections, environmental demography, economic well-being and low income, family demography and the socioeconomic and political consequences of demographic change in Canada.

Member since: 2001

2016. Don Kerr and Roderic Beaujot. Population Change in Canada, 3rd Edition. Toronto: Oxford University Press.


2016. Don Kerr and Roderic Beaujot. Aboriginal Demography. Chapter 8 In David Long and Olive Patricia Dickason (eds). Visions of the Heart: Issues involving Aboriginal Peoples in Canada. Toronto: Oxford University Press.


2014  Don Kerr and Joseph Michalski. "Family poverty in Canada: correlates, coping strategies and consequences." Pp. 185-207 in Patrizia Albanese and David Cheal (eds.) Canadian Families Today.  3rd Edition. Toronto: Oxford University Press.


2012. Don Kerr and Hugh Mellon.  Energy, Population and the Environment: Exploring Canada's Record on CO2 Emissions and Energy Use Relative to Other OECD Countries.  Population and Environment 34:257-278.