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  Incomplete list of publications using ProFamy extended cohort-component method/software for households and living arrangements projections(all in English if no special indication)  
Time: 2018/9/8 [1094]

Dalton, M., B. O'Neill, A. Prskawetz, L. Jiang, and J. Pitkin. 2008. “Population aging and   
      future carbon emissions in the United States.” Energy Economics 30, 642-675.
 
 
Feng, Q., J. W. Yeung, Z. Wang, and Y. Zeng. 2018. “Age of Retirement and Human Capital in an Aging China, 2015-2050.” European Journal of Population doi:10.1007/s10680-018-9467-3.
 
Heigl, Andreas. 2001. “Demographic Fact Book.” http://www.hypovereinsbank.de/media/pdf/rese_chan_defabo_Welt.pdf.
 
Hullen, Gert. 2000. “Projections of living arrangement, household and family structures using ProFamy.”  Warschau, Deutsch-polnisch-ungarisches Demographentreffen, October, 2000.
 
Hullen, Gert. 2001. “New Macrosimulations of Living Arrangements and Households in Germany.” Paper presented at Population Association of America, 2001 Annual Meeting, March, 2001.
 
Hullen, G. 2003. Living Arrangements and Households: Methods and Results of Demographic Projections. Bundesinstitut fiir Bevolkemgsforschung.
 
Jiang, Leiwen and A. Kuijsten. 1999a. “Effects of Changing households on environment - case studies in two regions of China.” Paper presented at workshop " Population and Environment: Modeling and Simulating This Complex Interaction", organized by Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research at Rostock, Germany, August 12-13, 1999.
 
Jiang, Leiwen and A. Kuijsten. 1999b. “Household projections for two regions of China.” Paper presented at the European Population Conference, the Hague, The Netherlands, August 30 - September 3, 1999.
 
Jiang, L, and B. C. O’Neill. 2007. “Impacts of Demographic Trends on US Household Size and Structure” Population and Development Review 33(3): 567-591.
 
Jiang, L, and B. C. O’Neill. 2009. Household Projections for Rural and Urban Areas of Major Regions of the World. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-09-026
 
Kye, B. 2014. “A Method of Estimating Number of Households using the ProFamy model.” Statistics Korea (Requested Research Report). (in Korean)
 
Oh, J. 2015. “Review of Recent Trend in Diverse Methods of Estimating Future Households.” Statistics Korea (Policy Report): 1-18. (in Korean)
 
O'Neill, B. C. 2006. “Improving Demographic Components of Integrated Assessment Models: The Effect of Changes in Population Composition by Household Characteristics”. United States: USDOE Office of Science.
 
O'Neill, B. C. and B. S. Chen. 2002. Demographic Determinants of Household Energy Use in the United States. Population and Development Review 28(S): 53-88.
 
O'Neill, B. C. and L. Jiang. 2007. Projecting U.S. Household Changes with a New Household Model. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-07-017
 
Prskawetz, A., L. Jiang, and B. O’Neill. 2004. Demographic composition and projections of car use in Austria. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2: 274-326.
 
Smith, S. K.,S. Rayer, and E. A. Smith. 2008. “Aging and Disability: Implications for the Housing Industry and Housing Policy in the United States”. Journal of the American Planning Association 74(3): 289-306.
 
Smith, S. K., S. Rayer, E. A. Smith, Z. Wang, and Y. Zeng. 2012. “Population Aging, Disability and Housing Accessibility: Implications for Sub-national Areas in the United States.” Housing Studies 27(2): 252-266.
 
Zeng, Y., A. Coale, M.K. Choe, Z. Liang, and L. Liu. 1994. “Leaving parental home:
  census based estimates for China, Japan, South Korea, the United States,
  France, and Sweden.” Population Studies,  48(1):65-80.
 
Zeng, Y, J.W. Vaupel, and Z. Wang. 1997. “A Multidimensional model for projecting family households -- with an illustrative numerical application.” Mathematical Population Studies, 6: 187-216.
 
Zeng, Y., J. W. Vaupel, and Z. Wang. 1998. “Household Projection Using Conventional Demographic Data.” Population and Development Review, 24(S): 59-87.
 
Zeng, Y., J. W. Vaupel, and Z. Wang. 1998. “Development and Application of a Multi-dimensional Model for Family Households and Population Projection.” Chinese Journal of Population Science 5: 1-17 (in Chinese).
 
Zeng, Y., Wang, Z., Ma, Z., Chen, C.  2000. “A Simple Method for Estimating  and :
  An Extension of Brass Relational Gompertz Fertility Model.” Population Research
  and Policy Review, 19(6): 525-549.
Zeng, Y., K. C. Land, Z. Wang, and D. Gu. 2006. “U.S. Family Household Momentum and Dynamics: An Extension and Application of the ProFamy Method.” Population Research and Policy Review 25(1): 1-41.
 
Zeng, Y. 2007. “Option for Fertility Policy Transition in China.” Population and Development Review 33(2): 215-246.
 
Zeng, Y., Z. Wang, L. Jiang, and D. Gu. 2008. “Future Trend of Family Households and Elderly Living Arrangement in China.” GENUS 64(1/2): 9-36.
 
Zeng, Y. 2010. “Challenges of Population Aging in China.” China Economic Journal 2(3): 277-283.
 
Zeng, Y. 2010. Research on Elderly Population, Family, Health and Care Needs/Costs. Beijing: Science Press. (In Chinese)
 
Zeng, Y. and Z. Wang. 2010. “Projection and Strategy Analysis on the Aging of Households in the Eastern, Middle and Western Regions of China in the 21th Century". Population and Economics 2: 1-10 (In Chinese).
 
Zeng, Y. 2011. “Effects of Demographic and Retirement-Age Policies on Future Pension Deficits, with an Application to China.” Population and Development Review 37(3): 553–569.
 
Zeng, Y., P. Morgan, Z. Wang, D. Gu, and C. Yang. 2011. “A Multistate Life Table Analysis of Union Regimes in the United States: Trends and Racial Differentials, 1970-2002”. Population Research and Policy Review 31:207–234.
 
Zeng, Y., K. C. Land, Z. Wang, and D. Gu. 2013. “Household and Living Arrangements Projections At The Sub-National Level: An Extended Cohort-Component Approach”. Demography 50(3):827–852.
 
Zeng, Y., L. Li, Z. Wang, H. Huang, and J. Norris. 2013. “Effects of Changes in Household Structure on Future Housing Demand in Hebei Province, China”, GENUS 69(2): 85-111.
 
Zeng, Y., H Chen, Z. Wang, and K. C. Land. 2013. “Implications of Changes in Households and Living Arrangements on Future Home-based Care Costs for Disabled Elders in China.“ Journal of Aging and Health 27(3): 519–550.
 
Zeng, Y., K. C. Land, D. Gu, and Z. Wang. 2014. Household and Living Arrangement Projections: The Extended Cohort-Component Method and Applications to the U.S. and China. New York: Springer Publisher.

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