Research Fellow

Kieron Barclay

Laboratory of Population Health


Analyzing Male Fertility: Toward a Comparative Approach Projects details
Assessment of Methods in Population Health Projects details
Behavioral Determinants of Health and Mortality Projects details
Cognitive Functioning in Middle- and High-Income Countries Projects details
Consequences of Sibling Group Structure Projects details
Costs and Gains of Postponing Parenthood Projects details
Early-Life Determinants of Cognitive Functioning, Health, and Mortality Projects details
Health and Migration Projects details
Linked Lives: The Importance of the Family for Socioeconomic Attainment, Health, and Mortality Projects details
Medically Assisted Reproduction Projects details
Methods, Models, and Measures in Population Health Projects details
Social and Economic Determinants of Hospital Use, Morbidity, and Mortality over the Life Course Projects details
Social and Economic Determinants of Mental and Cognitive Health Projects details
Spatial Inequalities in Health and Mortality Projects details
The Baltic Sea States Project Projects details
The Influence of Health and Cognition on Fertility Projects details
The Onset and Progression of Disability in Older Adults Projects details
Trends in the Age Patterns of Morbidity and Mortality: Monitoring and New Methodological Approaches Projects details

MPIDR Publications

Selected Recent All

Barclay, K. J.; Hällsten, M.; Myrskylä, M.:
Social Forces 96:2, 629–660. (2017)    
Molitoris, J.; Barclay, K. J.; Kolk, M.:
Demography 56:4, 1349–1370. (2019)    
Barclay, K. J.; Myrskylä, M.:
Population and Development Review 42:1, 69–94. (2016)    
Barclay, K. J.; Donrovich Thorén, R.; Hanson, H. A.; Smith, K. R.:
Demography 57:6, 2169–2198. (2020)    

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