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Prof. dr. ir. F.J.C. (Frans) Willekens

Honorary Fellow

Affiliations

Emeritus professor of Demography at the University of Groningen
Resting member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences

Expertise

Multistate demography, population forecasting, statistical demography, analysis of life history data, reconstruction of life histories from incomplete data

Publications (selection)

Schöley, J. & Willekens, F. (2017),
Visualizing compositional data on the Lexis surface. Demographic Research 36 (21): 627-658. [URL]
Willekens, F. (2016),
Recommendations for the analysis of life histories in historical demography. In: Matthijs, K., Hin, S., Kok, J. & Matsuo, H. (Eds.), The future of historical demography. Upside down and inside out. Leuven/Den Haag: Acco Publishers, p. 145-147.
Willekens, F. (2016),
The decision to emigrate: A simulation model based on the theory of planned behaviour. In: Grow, A. & Van Bavel, J. (Eds.), Agent-based modelling in population studies. The Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis, Springer International Publishing, p. 257-299. [URL]
Willekens, F., Massey, D., Raymer, J. & Beauchemin, C. (2016),
International migration under the microscope. Science 352 (6288): 897-899. [URL]
Klabunde, A. & Willekens, F. (2016),
Decision-making in agent-based models of migration: State of the art and challenges. European Journal of Population 32 (1): 73-97. [URL]
Willekens, F. (2016),
Migration flows: Measurement, analysis and modeling. In: White, M.J. (Ed.), International Handbook of Migration and Population Distribution. International Handbooks of Population 6. Dordrecht: Springer, p. 225-241. [URL]
Willekens, F. (2014),
Agency in population policies. In: H. van Dalen & I. Esveldt (Eds.), Nico van Nimwegen: The resourceful demographer. Liber Amicorum. The Hague: NIDI, p. 50-53. [URL]
Willekens, F. (2014),
Multistate analysis of life histories with R. Series: Use R!. Springer, 308 p.
Multistate analysis of life histories with R
Willekens, F. & Putter, H. (2014),
Software for multistate analysis. Demographic Research 31 (14): 381-420. [URL]
Willekens, F.J.C. (2013),
Chronological objects in demographic research. Demographic Research 28 (23): 649-680. [URL]
Haas, H. de, Valk, H.A.G. de & Willekens, F.J.C. (2012),
Population on the move: new insights on migration and integration policies in Europe. The Hague: NIDI , p.
Willekens, F.J.C. (2012),
El futuro del análisis longitudinal. Información Estadística y Cartográfica de Andalucía (IECA) 2011 (1): 76-77. [URL]
Willekens, F.J.C. (2012),
Las proyecciones de población como método estadístico. Información Estadística y Cartográfica de Andalucía (IECA) 2011 (1): 57-66. [URL]
Reuser, M., Willekens, F.J.C. & Bonneux, L.G.A. (2011),
Higher education delays and shortens cognitive impairment: a multistate life table analysis of the US Health and Retirement Study. European Journal of Epidemiology 26 (5): 395-403. [URL]
Willekens, F.J.C. (2011),
A comment on Thomas K. Burch's paper "Does demography need differential equations?. Canadian Studies in Population 38 (1-2): 169-177. [URL]
Willekens, F.J.C. & RF team (2011),
Developing a tool to increase transparency in data for reproductive health and family planning: an approach based upon the UNFPA/NIDI Resource Flows Survey. Report prepared for the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF). : Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI), The Hague , 6 p.
Willekens, F.J.C. (2011),
La microsimulation dans les projections de population. Cahiers Québécois de Démographie 40 (2): 267-297. [URL]
Willekens, F.J.C. & RF team (2011),
Out-of-pocket expenditures (OOPE) for sexual and reproductive health. Background discussion paper for workshop "Tracking Out-of-Pocket Expenditures for Sexual and Reproductive Health, NIDI for UNFPA. : Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI), The Hague , 21 p.
Willekens, F.J.C. (2011),
Population accounts. In: Stillwell, John & Clarke, Martin, Population dynamics and projection methods. (2011) Dordrecht [etc.] p. 29-40. [URL]
Beets, G.C.N. & Willekens, F.J.C. (2010),
The global economic crisis and international migration: an uncertain outlook [Invited contribution]. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2009 (): 19-37.
Willekens, F.J.C. & Nimwegen, N. van (2010),
De pracht van demografie. Demos: bulletin over bevolking en samenleving 26 (9): 1-2. [URL]
Willekens, F.J.C. (2010),
The impact of ageing for social and political processes in the Netherlands. In: Hofmeister, W., Sarmah, M. & Rüppel, P., Ageing and politics: consequences for Asia and Europe. (2010) Singapore p. 207-247. [URL]
Beets, G.C.N. & Willekens, F.J.C. (2009),
De crisis en internationale migratie. Demos: bulletin over bevolking en samenleving 25 (9): 5-7. [URL]
Gaag, N.L. van der, Beer, J.A.A. de & Willekens, F.J.C. (2009),
Report on user need assessment. Work Package 6. Dissemination of results: website, books, reports, user needs and perspectives. Deliverable D23. The Hague: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) , 8 p. [URL]
Gampe, J., Zinn, S., Willekens, F.J.C., Gaag, N.L. van der, Beer, J.A.A. de, Himmelspach, J. & Uhrmacher, A. (2009),
The microsimulation tool of the MicMac-project. Paper 2nd General Conference of the International Microsimulation Association, Ottawa, 8-10 June 2009. The Hague: Netherlands Intedisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) , p. [URL]
Reuser, M., Bonneux, L.G.A. & Willekens, F.J.C. (2009),
Smoking kills, obesity disables: a multistate approach of the US Health and Retirement Survey. Obesity 17 (4): 783-789. [URL]
Willekens, F.J.C. (2009),
Continuous-time microsimulation in longitudinal analysis. In: Zaidi, A., Harding, A. & Williamson, P., New frontiers in microsimulation modelling. (2009) Famham, Surrey p. 413-436. [URL]
Willekens, F.J.C. (2009),
Family and household demography. In: Zeng, Yi, Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS): Demography. (2009) p. -. [URL]
Bosch, A.M., Willekens, F.J.C., Baqui, A.H., Ginneken, J.K.S. van & Hutter, I. (2008),
Association between age at menarche and early-life nutritional status in rural Bangladesh. Journal of Biosocial Science 40 (2): 223-237. [URL]
Gaag, N.L. van der, Beer, J.A.A. de & Willekens, F.J.C. (2008),
A description of the design of the MicMac pre-processor. The Hague: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute , 31 p.
Raymer, J. & Willekens, F.J.C. (2008),
Introduction and outline. In: Raymer, J. & Willekens, F., International migration in Europe: data, models and estimates. (2008) Chichester p. 1-8.
Reuser, M., Bonneux, L.G.A. & Willekens, F.J.C. (2008),
The burden of mortality of obesity at middle and old age is small: a life table analysis of the US Health and Retirement Survey. European Journal of Epidemiology 23 (9): 601-607. [URL]
Willekens, F.J.C. & Raymer, J. (2008),
Conclusion. In: Raymer, J. & Willekens, F., International migration in Europe: data, models and estimates. (2008) Chichester p. 359-369.
Willekens, F.J.C. (2008),
Demography and higher education: the impact on the age structure of staff and human capital formation. In: Demography. (2008) Paris p. -.
Willekens, F.J.C. & Beekink, E. (2008),
Measuring out-of-pocket expenditures for sexual and reproductive health. Resource Flows Newsletter (10th): 1-9. [URL]
Willekens, F.J.C. (2008),
Models of migration: observations and judgements. In: Raymer, J. & Willekens, F., International migration in Europe: data, models and estimates. (2008) Chichester p. 117-146.
Willekens, F.J.C., Beekink, E. & Dalen, H.P. van (2008),
Possibilities to improve the methods to be used for the financial forecasting based on the available data: a feasibility study. The Hague: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) , 14 p.
Willekens, F.J.C. & Beekink, E. (2008),
The HIV/AIDS philanthropy sector: towards harmonization of resource tracking. Resource Flows Newsletter (9th): 1-7.
Willekens, F.J.C., Beekink, E. & Ernsten, A. (2008),
The Resource Flows Project: overview and assessment of the data collection process. The Hague: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) , 54 p.
Willekens, F.J.C. (2008),
Towards a Resource Flows framework that encompasses RF data, health accounts, costing methods and cost-effectiveness analysis. The Hague: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) , 9 p.
Beer, J.A.A. de, Gaag, N.L. van der & Willekens, F.J.C. (2007),
A tool for projecting age-specific rates based on a standard age schedule and assumptions on relative risks using linear splines: TOPALS: invited paper Conference of European Statisticians, Bucharest, 10-12 October 2007. The Hague: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute , 26 p.
Willekens, F.J.C., Beer, J.A.A. de & Gaag, N.L. van der (2007),
MicMac: bridging the micro-macro gap in population forecasting: report on input data requirements of MIC: work package 2, micro-simulation model (Deliverable D.9). The Hague: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) , 68 p.
Beer, J.A.A. de, Gaag, N.L. van der & Willekens, F.J.C. (2006),
Report on input data requirements of MAC, MicMac deliverable D2 prepared for the European Commission. The Hague: NIDI , 26 p.
Padmadas, S., Dias, J. & Willekens, F.J.C. (2006),
Disentangling women's responses on complex dietary intake patterns from an Indian cross-sectional survey: a latent class analysis. Public Health Nutrition 9 (2): 204-211. [URL]
Willekens, F.J.C. (2006),
Towards a system of reproductive health accounts. The Hague: NIDI , 103 p.
Bonneux, L.G.A., Barendregt, J., Willekens, F.J.C. & et al. (2005),
Overgewicht eist zware tol: gezondheidsrisico vergelijkbaar met dat bij roken. Demos: bulletin over bevolking en samenleving 21 (1): 1-4.
Willekens, F.J.C. (2005),
Biografische vrijheid: individueel gedrag en demografische verandering. Bevolking en Gezin 33 (2004) (3): 41-51.
Reuser, M., Willekens, F.J.C. & Eckhardt-Gerritsen, J. (2004),
Real time estimates for donor assistance for population and AIDS activities (2003 and preliminary 2004 data). The Hague: NIDI , 21 p.
Willekens, F.J.C. (2004),
Evert van Imhoff (1959-2004). Demos: bulletin over bevolking en samenleving 20 (8): 64-.
Matsuo, H. & Willekens, F.J.C. (2003),
Event histories in the Netherlands Fertility and Family Survey 1998: A technical report. Groningen: Population Research Centre University of Groningen , 119 p.
Peeters, A, J.J. Barendregt, F. Willekens, J.P. Mackenbach, A. Al Mamun & L. Bonneux (2003),
Obesity in adulthood and its consequences for life expectancy: a life-table analysis. Annals of Internal Medicine 138 (1): 24-32. [pdf]
Rogers, A., F. Willekens & J. Raymer (2003),
Imposing age and spatial structures on inadequate migration-flow datasets. Professional Geographer 55 (1): 56-69. [pdf]
Willekens, F. (2003),
Multistate demography. In: P. Demeny & G. McNicoll (eds.), Encyclopedia of population. New York etc.: McMillan Reference USA, p. 681-684.
Padmadas, S., I. Hutter & F. Willekens (2002),
Weaning initiation patterns and subsequent linear growth progression among children aged 2-4 years in India. International Journal of Epidemiology 31 (4): 855-863. [pdf]
Peeters, A, A.A. Mamun, F. Willekens & L. Bonneux (2002),
A cardiovascular life history, European Heart Journal, 23 (6): 458-466. [pdf]
Tabeau, E., F. Willekens & F. van Poppel (2002),
Parameterisation as a tool in analysing age, period and cohort effects on mortality: a case study of the Netherlands. In: G.Wunsch, M. Mouchart & J. Duchene (eds.), The life table: modelling survival and death. Dordrecht etc.: Kluwer Academic Publishers, p. 141-169.
Willekens, F. (2001),
Theoretical and technical orientation toward longitudinal research in the social sciences, Canadian Studies in Population, 28 (2): 189-218.
Willekens, F. (1999),
Modeling approaches to the indirect estimation of migration flows: from entropy to EM, Mathematical Population Studies, 7 (3): 239-278.
Willekens, F. (1999),
The life course: models and analysis. In: L.J.G. van Wissen & P.A. Dykstra (eds.), Population issues: an interdisciplinary focus, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, p. 23-51.

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