Advocacy for Improved Utilization of Population and Housing Census Results Pages 203-207 in Advocacy and Resource Mobilization for the 2010 Round of Censuses New York, 24-25 February 2005, UNFPA and United Nations Statistics Division, 217 pages.
Handbook on the Collection of Fertility and Mortality Data. 2004. Statistics Division, Department of Social and Economic Affairs. Studies in Methods, Series F No.92. ST/ESA/STAT/SER.F/92. New York: United Nations. Note I drafted the original version of this handbook while working as a consultant at the Statistics Division. As with many United Nations publications, the author is technically the United Nations rather any individual(s). Alternative Link
Fertility, population growth, and accuracy of census ennumeration in Pakistan: 1961-1998. 2003. Griffith Feeney and Iqbal Alam. Chapter 5 in Population of Pakistan: An Analysis of 1998 Population and Housing Census, A.R. Kemal, Mohammad Irfan, and Naushin Mahmood, eds. Islamabad: Pakistan Institute of Development Economics.
Estimating mean lifetime. 2003. John Bongaarts and Griffith Feeney. Proceedings of the National Academcy of Sciences 100(23):13127-13133.
New estimates and projections of population growth in Pakistan, 2003. Griffith Feeney and Iqbal Alam. Population and Development Review 28(3):483-492 (September)
Data assessment, Lexis Diagrams, and Population Momentum. 2003. Griffith Feeney. In Paul Demeny and Geoffrey McNicoll, eds. Encyclopedia of Population (pp. 190-93 in Volume 1 and pp. 586-88 and 646-49 in Volume 2, respectively). New York: Macmillan Reference USA. Links are to final prepublication versions.
How long do we live? 2003. John Bongaarts and Griffith Feeney. Population and Development Review 28(1):13-29.
Methods for Estimating Adult Mortality. 2002. Population Division, Department of Social and Economic Affairs, United Nations Secretariat, ESA/WP.175, English Only. Note I drafted the original version of this report while working at the Population Division from September 1998 through March 1999. As with many United Nations publications, the author is technically the United Nations rather any individual(s).
Introduction to Brass Tacks: Essays in Medical Demography A Tribute to the Memory of Professor William Brass, edited by Basia Zaba and John Blacker. 2001. London: The Athlone Press.
One and a half centuries of demographic Transition in Nepal. 2001. Griffith Feeney, Shyam Thapa, and Keshav R. Sharma. Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition 19(3):160-166. PDF image file (161 KB)
The impact of HIV/AIDS on adult mortality in Zimbabwe. 2001. Population and Development Review 27(4):771-780 (December).
Population in East Asia. 2001. Griffith Feeney and Andrew Mason. In Andrew Mason, Ed., Population Change and Economic Development in East Asia: Challenges Met, Opportunities Siezed. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.
On the quantum and tempo of fertility. 1998. John Bongaarts and Griffith Feeney. Population and Development Review 24(2):271-291.
Alternative contraceptive methods and fertility decline in India. 1998. K. B. Pathak, Griffith Feeney, and Norman Y. Luther. National Family Health Survey Subject Report No. 7, March 1998, ISSN 1026-4736. International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai, India, and East-West Center Program on Population, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
Accelerating India's fertility decline: The role of temporary methods. 1998. K. B. Pathak, Griffith Feeney, and Norman Y. Luther. National Family Health Survey Bulletin No. 9, February 1998 (revised April 1998), ISSN 1083-8678. International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai, India, and East-West Center Program on Population, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
Three challenges for effective utilization of the 2000 round census data 1996. Presented at the 17th Population Census Conference, held in Jakarta, Indonesia, 4-7 November, 1996. In the Report of the Conference published by the Central Bureau of Statistics and in the United Nations Population Division Technical Notes for December 1996
Goa: National Family Health Survey, 1992-93. 1995. P.N. Mari Bhat, T. Rajaretnam, T.K. Roy, B.M. Ramesh and Griffith Feeney. Population Research Cenre, J.S.S. Institute of Economic Research, Dharwad, Karnataka, and International Institute for Population Sciences, Bombay, January 1995, 290 pages.
Fertility decline in East Asia. Science 266 (2 December 1994), 1518-1523.
Below replacement fertility in China? A close look at recent evidence. Griffith Feeney and Yuan Jianhua. Population Studies 48(3), November 1994, 381-394.
Uttar Pradesh: National Family Health Survey (MCH and Family Planning), 1992-93. By Pradesh Mishra, S.R. Rastogi, Tara Kanitkar, B.M. Ramesh, T.K. Roy, Fred Arnold, Griffith Feeney, Pavalavalli Govindasamy, and Robert Retherford. Population Research Centre, Lucknow University, Lucknow, and International Institute for Population Sciences, Bombay, October 1994, 314 pages.
Fertility in China: Past, present, prospect. In Wolfgang Lutz, ed., Future Population Growth in Africa, Asia, and Latin America: What Can We Assume Today? London: Earthscan 1994. Population projection results from the revised and updated edition are on line here (web site of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, www.iiasa.ac.at).
Recent fertility trends in China: Results from the 1990 census. Griffith Feeney, Norman Y. Luther, Qing-pu Meng and Ying Sun. In China 1990 Population Census--Papers for International Seminar [Chinese and English versions available], State Statistical Bureau, Beijing, 1993.
The emergence of a new pattern of childbearing: Fertility in Korea during the 1980s. Seung Hyun Han and Griffith Feeney. The Journal of the Korean Population Association 16(1), 1993, 59-68.
Parity progression and birth intervals in China: The influence of policy in hastening fertility decline. Griffith Feeney and Wang Feng. Population and Development Review 19(1), March 1993, 61-101.
The demographic situation in Vietnam: Past, present, prospect. Griffith Feeney and Peter Xenos. In Neil L. Jamieson, Nguyen Manh Hung and A. Terry Rambo, eds., The Challenges of Vietnam's Reconstruction, December 1992, The Indochina Institute, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia 22030-444.
Child survivorship estimation: methods and data analysis. Asian and Pacific Population Forum 5(2-3), Summer-Fall 1991, 51-55 and 76-87.
Fertility decline in Taiwan: A study using parity progression ratios. Demography 28(3), August 1991, 467-479.
Comment: On the Uncertainty of Population Projections. Pages 72-75 in Human Demography and Natural Resources, eds. Kingsley Davis and Mikhail Bernstam, Supplement to Volume 16 (1990) of Population and Development Review, Oxford University Press, New York, 1991.
Untilting age distributions: A transformation for graphical analysis. Asian and Pacific Population Forum 4(3), Fall 1990:13-20.
Distributional analysis of current fertility trends. Griffith Feeney and Wolfgang Lutz. Chapter 9 in Wolfgang Lutz, ed., Future Demographic Trends in Europe and North America: What Can We Assume Today? New York: Academic Press 1991.
One-child families or a baby boom? Evidence from China's 1987 one-per-hundred survey. Norman Y. Luther, Griffith Feeney, and Zhang Weimin. Population Studies 44(2), June 1990, 341-357.
The demography of aging in Japan: 1950-2025. NUPRI Research Paper Series No. 55, February 1990. Nihon University Population Research Institute, Tokyo.
Rice price fluctuations and fertility in late Tokugawa Japan. Griffith Feeney and Kiyoshi Hamano. The Journal of Japanese Studies 16(1), Winter 1990, 1-30.
Recent fertility dynamics in China: results from the 1987 one percent population survey. Griffith Feeney, Feng Wang, Mingkun Zhou, and Baoyu Xiao. Population and Development Review 15(2), June 1989, 297-322.
The use of parity progression models in evaluating family planning programs. In African Population Conference, Dakar 1988, Volume 3, International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, 1988.
Parity progression and birth intervals in South Asia. Griffith Feeney and Mala Wijeyesekera. In Recent Population Trends in South Asia: Proceedings of the Conference, New Delhi 1983, ed. P. Padmanaba, Lee-Jay Cho, and Robert D. Retherford, New Delhi, 1987.
Recent trends in fertility and mortality in Indonesia. Panel on Indonesia, Committee on Population and Demography, National Research Council [Lee-Jay Cho, Griffith M. Feeney, Peter McDonald, Si Gde Made Mamas, Geoffrey McNicoll, Masri Singarimbun, Sam Suharto, and Haryono Suyono]. Paper No. 105 of the East-West Population Institute and Report No. 29 of the Committee on Population and Demography, May 1987.
Estimating mortality from child survivorship data: A review. In The Survey Under Difficult Conditions: Population Data Collection & Analysis in Papua New Guinea, Thomas M. McDevitt, Editor. Volume 3, pp. 353-370. New Haven, Connecticut: Human Relations Area Files, Inc.
Period parity progression ratio measures of fertility in China. Griffith Feeney and Jingyuan Yu. Population Studies, 41(3), March 1987, 77-102.
Period parity progression measures of fertility in Japan. NUPRI Research Paper No. 35, Nihon University Population Research Institute, Tokyo, December 1986, 52 pages.
"Children ever born and children surviving" and "Child survivorship estimation" entries in the Dictionary of Demography, ed. Chris Wilson, Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1985.
Parity progression projection. In International Population Conference, Florence 1985, Volume 4, pp. 125-136, International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, June 1985.
Progression to first marriage in Japan: 1870-1980. Griffith Feeney and Yasuhiko Saito. NUPRI Research Paper No. 24, Nihon University Population Research Institute, Tokyo, March 1985, 38 pages.
Analyzing open birth interval distributions. Griffith Feeney and John A. Ross. Population Studies 38(3), November 1984, 473-478.
Population dynamics based on birth intervals and parity progression., Population Studies 37(1), March 1983, 75-89.
Appendix to 'Estimating adult female mortality from reports of children surviving' by Samuel H. Preston. Asian and Pacific Census Forum, 6(4), May 1980, 5-8. PDF image file, 490 KB; includes Preston paper as well as Feeney Appendix.
Estimating infant mortality rates from child survivorship data. Population Studies 34(1), March 1980, 102-128.
A technique for correcting age distributions for heaping on multiples of five. Asian and Pacific Census Forum 5(3), February 1979, 12-14.
Estimation of demographic parameters from census and vital registration data In International Population Conference, Mexico 1977, Volume 3, pp. 349-370, International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, 1977.
Programming the HP-25 calculator: Part I. Asian and Pacific Census Forum 4(2), November 1977, 5-13. PDF image file, 896 KB
Estimating infant mortality rates from child survivorship data by age of mother Asian and Pacific Census Newsletter 3(2):12-16, November 1976.
Tabulation of census and survey data on child survivorship Asian and Pacific Census Forum 3(1), August 1976, 5-6.
Demographic concepts and techniques for the study of small populations. Chapter 2 of Pacific Atoll Populations, ed. Vern Carroll, University Press of Hawaii, Honolulu, 1975.
Fertility estimation by the own-children method: a methodological elaboration. Lee-Jay Cho and Griffith Feeney. Technical Appendix to Estimates of Current Fertility for the Republic of Korea and Its Geographic Subdivisions: 1959-1970, Lee-Jay Cho, Yonsei University Press, Seoul, 1974.
Two models for multiregional population dynamics Environment and Planning 5, Winter 1973, 31-43.
A model for the age distribution of first marriage Working Paper No. 23 of the East-West Population Institute, April 1972, 31 pages.
Comment on a proposition of H. Le Bras. Theoretical Population Biology 2(1):122-123, March 1971.
Stable age by region distributions Demography 7(3):341-348, August 1970.