Research Group

Kinship Inequalities

At a Glance Projects Publications Team

Project

Global Projections of Kinship Structure and Kin Availability

Diego Alburez-Gutierrez, Bettina Maria Hünteler

The project produces country-level projections of kinship networks. These will help scholars and policy-makers determine the degree to which individuals will have access to kinship resources (provided by siblings, cousins, grandparents, and other kin) in the future.  Detailed Description

Average number of living grandparents for a female newborn living in China

Average number of living grandparents for a female newborn in China. Estimated using formal kinship models and data from the 2022 Revision of the United Nations World Population Prospects. Values after 2022 are based on individual probabilistic demographic trajectories. [Unpublished] © MPIDR

Research Keywords:

Aging, Mortality and Longevity, Demographic Change, Intergenerational Relationships, Projections and Forecasting, Statistics and Mathematics

Region keywords:

World

Publications

Alburez-Gutierrez, D.; Williams, I.; Caswell, H.:
SocArxiv papers. unpublished. (2023)    
Theile, T.; Alburez-Gutierrez, D.; Calderón-Bernal, L. P.; Snyder, M.; Zagheni, E.:
Software. https://github.com/MPIDR/rsocsim: GitHub. unpublished. (2023)
Williams, I.; Alburez-Gutierrez, D.; Song, X.; Caswell, H.:
Software. https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/DemoKin/: CRAN. unpublished. (2021)
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