Ian Timaeus
Ian Timaeus
Professor of Demography, LSHTM and Honorary Professor, UCT
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Initial burden of disease estimates for South Africa, 2000
D Bradshaw, P Groenewald, R Laubscher, N Nannan, B Nojilana, ...
South African Medical Journal 93 (9), 682-688, 2003
7422003
The socioeconomic determinants of HIV incidence: evidence from a longitudinal, population-based study in rural South Africa
T Bńrnighausen, V Hosegood, IM Timaeus, ML Newell
AIDS (London, England) 21 (Suppl 7), S29-S38, 2007
3202007
Levels and causes of adult mortality in rural South Africa: the impact of AIDS
V Hosegood, AM Vanneste, IM TimŠus
AIDS 18 (4), 663-671, 2004
2392004
Adult mortality in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from Demographic and Health Surveys
IM TimŠus, M Jasseh
Demography 41 (4), 757-772, 2004
1782004
Tools for Demographic Estimation
TA Moultrie, RE Dorrington, AG Hill, KH Hill, IM TimŠus, B Zaba
IUSSP, 2013
1682013
Revealing the full extent of households’ experiences of HIV and AIDS in rural South Africa
V Hosegood, E Preston-Whyte, J Busza, S Moitse, IM Timaeus
Social science & medicine 65 (6), 1249-1259, 2007
1642007
Men's involvement in the South African family: Engendering change in the AIDS era
CM Montgomery, V Hosegood, J Busza, IM Timaeus
Social Science & Medicine 62 (10), 2411-2419, 2006
1602006
Intra-urban differentials in child health
IM TimŠus, L Lush
Health Transition Review 5, 163-190, 1995
1511995
The South African fertility decline: Evidence from two censuses and a Demographic and Health Survey
TA Moultrie, IM TimŠus
Population Studies 57 (3), 265-283, 2003
1452003
The impact of adult mortality on household dissolution and migration in rural South Africa
V Hosegood, N McGrath, K Herbst, IM TimŠus
AIDS 18 (11), 1585-1590, 2004
1342004
Impact of the HIV epidemic on mortality in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from national surveys and censuses
IM Timaeus
AIDS 12 (Supplement 1), S15-S27, 1998
1331998
Birth intervals, postponement, and fertility decline in Africa: A new type of transition?
TA Moultrie, TS Sayi, IM TimŠus
Population Studies 66 (3), 241-258, 2012
1292012
On postponement and birth intervals
IM TimŠus, TA Moultrie
Population and Development Review 34 (3), 483-510, 2008
1132008
Polygynists and their wives in sub-Saharan Africa: an analysis of five Demographic and Health Surveys
IM TimŠus, A Reynar
Population Studies 52 (2), 145-162, 1998
1121998
Household composition and dynamics in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa: Mirroring social reality in longitudinal data collection
V Hosegood, IM Timaeus
African Households: Censuses and Surveys, 58-77, 2005
1102005
South African cause-of death profile in transition-1996 and future trends
D Bradshaw, M Schneider, R Darrington, DE Bourne, R Laubscher
South African Medical Journal 92 (8), 618-623, 2002
1102002
Measurement of adult mortality in less developed countries: a comparative review
IM Timaeus
Population Index 45, 552-568, 1991
1061991
The Spectrum projection package: improvements in estimating incidence by age and sex, mother-to-child transmission, HIV progression in children and double orphans
J Stover, P Johnson, T Hallett, M Marston, R Becquet, IM TimŠus
Sexually Transmitted Infections 86 (Suppl 2), ii16-ii21, 2010
1042010
Unconventional approaches to mortality estimation
K Hill, Y Choi, I Timaeus
Demographic Research 13 (12), 281-300, 2005
942005
Labor circulation, marriage and fertility in Southern Africa
I Timaeus, W Graham
Reproduction and Social Organization in Sub-Saharan Africa, 365-400, 1989
901989
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