2003 Mortality tempo: A guide for the skeptic. Online

2000 A modest proposal for a universal, object-oriented, hierarchical, extensible naming system for population census information. Paper presented to the 19th Population Census Conference, Beijing, China, 26-28 April 2000 PDF (20 KB)

1998. Population in East Asia, by Griffith Feeney and Andrew Mason. East-West Center Working Papers, Population Series, No. 88-2, December 1998. PDF Image File (2 MB)

1998 Until 2010: Continuous Exploitation of Census Data Throughout the Intercensal Period, by Griffith Feeney and Sam Suharto. Paper presented to the 18th Population Census Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, 26-29 August 1998. HTML

1996 Birth intervals, unmet need for contraception for spacing, and fertility decline in India, by Griffith Feeney, Norman Y. Luther, and K. B. Pathak. Paper presented to the 1996 annual meetings of the Population Association of America. HTML

1994. Period parity progression measures of fertility for China and its provinces: Estimates from the 1990 census, by Griffith Feeney, Li Xiru, Yu Hongwen, Yuan Jianhu, and Chen Lijiang. PDF

1993 Spatial analysis and the population census. Paper presented to the 15th Population Census Conference, cosponsored by the National Statistical Office of the Republic of Korea and the East-West Center Program on Population, Seoul, Korea, 17-20 August 1993. PDF (26 KB)

1990 Population Analysis and Demography. “Formal demographic concepts have myriad applications both within and beyond the study of human populations. The object of this paper is to explore systematically the nature and limits of this generality. . . .” PDF Image File (150 KB)

1988 Comparative Structure of Low Fertility in Japan and the United States. Paper prepared for the IIASA Conference on Future Changes in Population Age Structure, Sopron, Hungary, 18–21 October 1988. Online

1972 A Model for the Age Distribution of First Marriage Working Paper No. 23 of the East-West Population Institute, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 1972, 31 pages.