People

The team at ESRC Centre for Population Change brings together experts from the Universities of Southampton, St Andrews, Edinburgh, Stirling and Strathclyde, the National Records of Scotland, the Office for National Statistics and the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships. Our staff are leading experts in the fields of demography, economics, geography, gerontology, sociology, social policy and social statistics, with expertise in both qualitative and quantitative research methodologies.

Directors

Jane Falkingham

Professor Jane Falkingham

Director of the ESRC Centre for Population Change

(023) 8059 3192 or (023) 8059 3399

J.C.Falkingham@soton.ac.uk

Jane Falkingham is Director of the ESRC Centre for Population Change at the University of Southampton as well as a Professor of Demography and International Social Policy and Dean of the Faculty of Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences. As Director of the Centre, Jane works with all Centre staff and contributes to all projects, in particular she has worked within the life course and intergenerational exchange strands. She has worked/is currently working on the following projects:

 
Maria Evandrou

Professor Maria Evandrou

Co-Director of the ESRC Centre for Population Change

(023) 8059 4808

maria.evandrou@soton.ac.uk

Maria Evandrou is a Professor of Gerontology at the University of Southampton, Director of the Centre for Research on Ageing, Head of the Department of Ageing/Gerontology and Co-Director of the ESRC Centre for Population Change. She is jointly co-ordinating the life course and integenerational exchange strands of CPC and is also working on a project within the constitional change strand. Maria has worked on/is currently working on the following projects for CPC:

 
Elspeth Graham

Professor Elspeth Graham

Co-Director of the ESRC Centre for Population Change

+ 44 (0)1334 463908

efg@st-andrews.ac.uk

Elspeth Graham is a Professor in Geography at the University of St Andrews and Co-Director of the ESRC Centre for Population. Her research interests are in population and health geography with a particular interest in: issues related to low fertility in the UK; social deprivation, migration and geographies of health; fertility and family in Singapore; female demographic deficit in South-East Asia. Elspeth is mainly working within the fertility and family life course and migration strands of the ESRC Centre for Population Change, for which she has worked/is currently working on the following projects: