Michal Engelman

Michal Engelman Classes:
Soc 170 Population ProblemsSoc 663 Population and Society: Population Economics
Assistant Professor of Sociology
4432 Sewell Social Sciences
(608) 262-9856
mengelman@ssc.wisc.edu

Office Hours: R 11-1 (F'16)

Curriculum Vitae

Selected Publications:

Engelman, M. 2014. Global Ageing: Demographic and Ethical Challenges to Population Health and Development Policies' in M. Freeman (Ed.) Law and Global Health. London: Oxford University Press. (In press)

Engelman, M., Caswell, H., Agree, E.M. 2014. Why do variance trends for the young and old diverge? A perturbation analysis. Demographic Research (In press)

Cunningham, S.A., Yount, K.M., Engelman, M., Agree, E.M. 2013. Returns on lifetime investments in children in Ismailia, Egypt. Demography 50(2): 699-724.

Zhang, Y., Engelman, M., Agree, E.M. 2012. Moving considerations: A longitudinal analysis of parent-child residential proximity for older Americans. Research on Aging (News coverage)

Engelman, M., Canudas-Romo, V., Agree, E.M. 2010. The implications of increased survivorship for mortality variation in aging populations. Population and Development Review 36(3):511-539.

Engelman, M., Agree, E.M., Meoni, L., Klag, M.J. 2010. Propositional density and cognitive function in later life: Results from the Precursors Study. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences 65(6):706-11.

Engelman, M., Agree, E.M., Yount, K.M., Bishai, D. 2010. Parity and parentsí health in later-life: The gendered case of Ismailia, Egypt. Population Studies 64(2): 165 -178.

Engelman, M., Johnson S. 2007. Population aging and international development: Addressing competing claims of distributive justice. Developing World Bioethics 7(1): 8-18.

CDE Research Theme Working Groups:

Health and Mortality
Biodemography