Research Professor Emeritus, Population Studies Center.
Professor Emeritus, Sociology.
Ph.D., Princeton University, Princeton University
Dr. Hermalin’s aging research has focused on the social and demographic status of the elderly, primarily in South and Southeast Asia. Projects have employed a broad range of data, including censuses, other official statistics, and national surveys of the elderly - both cross-sectional and longitudinal. Dr. Hermalin was the founding director of the Michigan demography of aging center and has been an active member of a MiCDA network to promote comparative international survey research on the elderly.
Select Aging Publications
Hermalin, Albert, and Lisa Neidert. 2017. "Lifetime Migration in the United States as of 2006-2010: Measures, Patterns, and Applications." In The Frontiers of Applied Demography edited by Swanson, David A.. Cham: Springer International Publishing.
Hermalin, Albert, and Lisa Neidert. 2014. "Lifetime Migration in the United States as of 2006-2010: Measures, Patterns, and Applications." PSC Research Report No. 14-832. 12 2014.
Hermalin, Albert, and Deborah Lowry. 2010. "The Age Prevalence of Smoking among Chinese Women: A Case of Arrested Diffusion?" PSC Research Report No. 10-718. 9 2010.
Lowry, Deborah, and Albert Hermalin. 2010. "A Birth Cohort Analysis of Smoking in China and Its Implication." PSC Research Report No. 10-717. 9 2010.
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