My research interests fall in the area of social demography. On the population of Canada, my research interests include the following: evolving demographics (fertility, mortality, immigration, aging, family) and implications for social policy in areas such as poverty, health, family, political representation and the environment.
BA - Concordia
2011. Don Kerr and Roderic Beaujot. Aboriginal Demography. In David Long and Olive Patricia Dickason (eds). Visions of the Heart: Canadian Aboriginal Issues. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
2010. Donna Maynard and Don Kerr. British Columbia's Longevity Advantage. Canadian Journal of Regional Science 32(3): 361-376
2010. Don Kerr and Hugh Mellon. Demographic Change and Representation by Population in the Canadian House of Commons. Canadian Studies in Population 37(1): 53-75.
2009. Don Kerr and Joseph Michalski. "Family poverty in Canada: correlates, coping strategies and consequences." In David Cheal (ed). Canadian Families Today. 2nd Edition. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
2008. Don Kerr and Roderic Beaujot. Population and Environmental Sustainability: Canadian Considerations Environments 35 (2)81-92.
2006. Don Kerr, Melissa Moyser and Roderic Beaujot. Marriage and Cohabitation in Canada: Demographic and Socioeconomic Differences in Quebec and Canada". Canadian Studies in Population 33(1): 83-117.
2006. Peter Ibbott, Don Kerr and Roderic Beaujot. Probing the Future of Mandatory Retirement in Canada. Canadian Journal on Aging 25(2):161-178.
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