Magali Barbieri

Researcher +33(0) 1 56 06 21 94
Secretariat : Eleanor Dauplait +33(0)1 56 06 20 24

Research field(s)

Mortality and causes of death in industrialized countries
Demographic trends in Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa (family structure and relations, reproductive change, health and mortality)
Historical demography of Vietnam
Levels, trends and differentials in infant mortality in France

Some articles

Magali Barbieri et Nadine Ouellette, 2012, "The Demography of Canada and the United States from the 1980s to the 2000s. A Summary of Changes and a Statistical Assessment", Population-E 67(2): 177-280.

Magali Barbieri. 2012. "La question des maternités précoces aux Etats-Unis", Travail, genre et sociétés, 28: 107-132.

Magali Barbieri et Danièle Bélanger (sous la direction de), Reconfiguring Families in Contemporary Vietnam, Contemporary Issues in Asia and the Pacific, Stanford University Press, Stanford, 2009, 444 p.

Laurent Toulemon et Magali Barbieri, The mortality impact of the August 2003 heat wave in France: Investigating the 'harvesting' effect and other long-term consequences, Population Studies, 2008, 62(1): 39-53.

Magali Barbieri, De l'utilité des statistiques démographiques de l'Indochine Française (1862-1954), Annales de démographie historique, 2007, 1:85-126.

Magali Barbieri, Toward a Policy Turnaround in Low Fertility Developing Countrie?, in Graziella Caselli, Jacques Vallin and Guillaume Wunsch (Eds.), Demography. Analysis and Synthesis. A Treatise in Population Studies, Academic Press, 2006, Volume 4, Chapter 103, 129-136.

Magali Barbieri et Véronique Hertrich, Age Difference between Spouses and Contraceptive Practice in Sub-Saharan Africa, Population (english edition), 2005, 60(5-6): 617-654.

Teaching activities, other functions, titles

Coordinator of the Human Mortality Database project ( since 2009.
'Head (co-head after February 2006) of Ined Research division 7 "Population and development", 2003-2009
Associate Researcher, Department of Demography, University of California, Berkeley