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Summary Biography of Yi Zeng

Yi Zeng is a tenured Professor of National School of Development (NSD) at Peking University (PKU), Honorary Director of Center for Healthy Aging and Development Study. He is also a tenured Professor at the Center for Study of Aging and Human Development and Geriatric Division of School of Medicine, and Director of Center for Chinese Population and Socioeconomic Studies, Duke University. He is a member of The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) for the advancement of science in developing countries, and a foreign member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is Distinguished Research Scholar of the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR) in Germany.

He received his doctoral degree with Summa Cum Laude from Brussels Free University in May 1986. He conducted post-doctoral study at Princeton University in 1986-87. Up to July, 2021, he has had 196 professional articles written in English published internationally in academic journals or as book chapters; among them, 148 articles were published in anonymously peer-reviewed academic journals in English abroad (the others are English book chapters and mainly editors-determined journal articles). He has had 173 professional articles written in Chinese and published in China and among them109 articles were published in Chinese anonymously peer-reviewed academic journals (the others are Chinese book chapters and mainly editors-determined journal articles). He published thirty-one academic books, including eleven books written in English published by well-known Presses in U.S. and Europe and 20 books written in Chinese published by the famous Chinese Presses. He has published 18 articles related to demographics, socioeconomics and policy issues at public media and he has written and submitted 51 policy reports which were submitted/distributed to the policy makers by the relevant governmental agencies.

Yi Zeng has been awarded four international academic prizes and sixteen national academic prizes of China, such as: The IUSSP Laureate (2021), the 2011 Paper of the Year Award of American Journal of Public Health, the Dorothy Thomas Prize of the Population Association of America, the Harold D. Lasswell Prize in Policy Science awarded by the international journal Policy Sciences and Kluwer Academic Publishers, the national prizes for advancement of science and technology awarded by the State Sciences and Technology Commission of China and the State Education Commission, the highest academic honor of Peking University: "Prize for Outstanding Contributions in Sciences," and the “Chinese Population Prize (Science and Technology)”, jointly awarded by nine ministries and seven national non-governmental associations in China. He received “National Medal of Outstanding Contributions” awarded by the Central Government of China in celebration of 70 years of establishment of People’s Republic of China, Sept. 2019. According to the official search report by Duke University Library based on Google Scholar database, up to March, 2020, Yi Zeng’s articles and books have been cited 14,354 times by other scholars’ publications, his h-index is 54 and i10-index is 174. Yi Zeng was one of the authors of “High Impact Papers” worldwide in the period of 1981 -1998, as announced by International Scientific Institute (ISI) in September, 2000.Yi Zeng was included in the Elsevier 2018 honorary list of “Highly Cited Chinese Scholars”.

Birth Date: Sept. 5, 1952; Birthplace: Nanchang, China; Nationality: Chinese. Email: zengyi@nsd.pku.edu.cn

 

EDUCATION

East China Normal University, Shanghai, 1978-1982, B.A. degree in Science (Geography).

Brussels Free University, 1982-1986, Ph.D. degree in Demography, Summa Cum Laude. Title of Ph.D. Dissertation: Family Dynamics in China: the Model and its Application. Ph.D. advisors: Professor Frans Willekens and Professor Ron Lesthaeghe.

Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, 1984-1986, Ph.D thesis research under supervision of Professor Frans Willekens.

Princeton University, 1986-87, Post-Doctoral research certificate in Demography. Post-doc advisor: Professor Ansley Coale.

 

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

Professional appointments in China:

Professor (with tenure), China Center for Economic Research, National School of Development, Peking University, Jan. 1, 2003 – Present.

Director, Center for Healthy Aging and Development Studies (it was called Center for Healthy Aging and Family Studies before Jan. 2010), Peking University, May 2001—Dec. 2017.

Professor, Institute of Population Research, Peking University, May 1989 – Dec. 31 2002.

Associate Professor, Institute of Population Research at Peking University, August 1987 - May 1989.

Director, Institute of Population Research at Peking University, Feb. 1993 - June 1998.

Deputy Director, Institute of Population Research at Peking University, August 1987 - Jan. 1993.

Professional appointments in USA:

Professor (with tenure) at the Center for Study of Aging and Human Development and Geriatric Division, School of Medicine, and Institute of Population Research and Department of Sociology, Duke University, July 1, 2006 – Present.

Research Professor, Center for Demographic Studies and Department of Sociology, Duke University, July 1, 2002 – June, 2006.

Senior Research Scientist (with rank of full professor), Center for Demographic Studies and Department of Sociology, Duke University, Jan. 1, 1999 – June, 2002.

Director, Center for Chinese Population and Socioeconomic Studies, Duke University, Sept. 2000 – Present.

Visiting Professor, Economic Growth Center, Yale University, July 1, 1991 - Sept. 31, 1991; June 16, 1992 - August 15, 1992; July 16, 1994 - August 31, 1994.

Adjunct Professor (conducted research and taught courses for one quarter per year from 1992 to 1998), Humphrey Institute for Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota, March 16 - June 15, 1992; March 16 - June 13, 1993; March 16 - June 13, 1994; April 24 - June 8, 1995; Sept.25 - Dec. 25, 1996; March 27 - May 26, 1998.

Post-doctoral research fellow, Office of Population Research of Princeton University, Sept. 1, 1986 - August 30, 1987.

Professional appointments in Germany:

Distinguished Research Scholar, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR), Germany, MPIDR had a specially reserved fund to support one-month summer visiting research in Germany by Yi Zeng and his two research associates in 1998-2018.

Head of the Research Unit on Aging and Family Dynamics at Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Dec. 1996 – Dec. 1998.

Professional appointments in Netherlands:

Visiting Research Professor, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, July 1, 1989 - Sept. 30, 1989.

Consultant and Teacher for the training workshop, May 1, 1986 - June 30, 1986, Research Center of International Statistical Institute, The Hague.

Visiting Research Scientist, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, April 1984 - Aug. 1986.

Professional appointments in Denmark and Austria:

Visiting Professor, Center for Health and Social Policy, Medical School of Odense University, Denmark, July 2, 1995 - Sept. 1, 1995; August 15, 1996 - Sept. 24, 1996.

Young Scientist, International Institute of Systems Analysis, Vienna, June 1 - Sept. 31, 1985.

 

MEMBERSHIP OF ACADEMY OF SCIENCE

Foreign member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, May 2010 – Present.

Member of The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) for the advancement of science in developing countries, November 2018 – Present.

 

MEMBERSHIP IN SCHOLARLY SOCITIES

International Union for Scientific Studies of Population Population Association of China

Asian Population Association Population Association of America Gerontology Society of America

 

PROFESSIONAL PRIZES, AWARDS and HONORS

International Prize, awards and honors

1)    Dorothy Thomas Prize of the Population Association of America, in recognition of excellence for the article "Changes in Family Structure in China: A Simulation Study" (May, 1987).

2)    Harold D. Lasswell Prize awarded by the North America-based international journal Policy Sciences and Kluwer Academic Publishers (Jan. 1993), in recognition of excellence for the article "Population Tradeoffs in China,” co-authored with J. Vaupel.

3)    The 2011 Paper of the Year Award of American Journal of Public Health for the paper: Yi Zeng, Danan Gu, Jama Purser, Helen Hoeing, and Nicholas Christakis. “Associations of Environmental Factors with Elderly Health and Mortality in China.” American Journal of Public Health 2010;100(2):298-305.

4)    IUSSP Laureate (2021), IUSSP (International Union for Scientific Studies of Populations) was established in 1928 with members from all developed countries and developing countries all over the world. IUSSP selects and presents one demographer to receive IUSSP Laureate Award annually.

5)    Invited by the International Organization REVES (Réseau Espérance de Vie en Santé) to deliver the George Myers Memorial Lecture of 1.5-hour at the 20th conference of REVES, May 7-9, 2008 held in Manila, Philippines. Yi Zeng’s lecture was on “Can Humans Achieve the Goal of Longer Life and Healthy Aging? -- Lessons Learned from Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Study.

National Prize, awards and honors

1)    The first-class prize for outstanding achievement in science and technology, awarded by the State Education Commission. (Jan. 1990);

2)    The first-class He Yindong prize for young scientists who have outstanding research achievements, awarded by the State Education Commission (Dec. 1990);

3)    The second-class national prize for outstanding achievement in science and technology, awarded by the State Sciences and Technology Commission (Nov. 1991).

4)    The first-class prize for outstanding contribution in philosophy and social sciences, awarded by Beijing Municipality (Dec. 1991).

5)    The Honorary certificate and title “Nationally Distinguished Scientists of Young and Middle Ages,” awarded by the State Council (March 1992).

6)    The highest academic honor of Peking University "Prize for Outstanding Contributions in Sciences" (Sept. 1994).

7)    The first-class prize for an outstanding contribution in population science, awarded by the State Family Planning Commission and China Population Association (Jan. 1994).

8)    The first-class national prize for an outstanding contribution in philosophy and social sciences, awarded by the State Education Commission of China (Nov. 1995).

9)    Excellent textbook prize awarded by the State Education Commission of China (Dec. 1995).

10)    The first-class national prize for an outstanding contribution in philosophy and social sciences, awarded by the Ministry of Education (1999).

11)    The second-class prize of publicly bidding research projects on China’s second agricultural census data analysis, jointly awarded by China’s Second Agricultural Census Office under State Council and State Statistical Bureau, July, 2009.

12)    The Chinese Population Prize (Science and Technology), jointly awarded by nine ministries and seven national non-governmental associations/organizations of China (2009). The Chinese Population Prize (Science and Technology) is given once every three years to no more than four most prominent scholars who made outstanding contributions in scientific research and technology innovations concerning population health and well-being.

13)        Excellent Paper Award of the 20th World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics (China- South Korea Forum): Yi Zeng, "Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey -- to Facilitate Deeper Research and Better Policy for Healthy Aging," Awarded by the Association of Gerontology of China, June, 2013.

14)    The book entitled “Healthy Aging in China: Trends and Determinants” (Yi Zeng is a major author and Editor-in-Chief of this book, published by Science Press) was awarded a title and certificate of “National Philosophy and Social Sciences Outstanding Achievements Book (2017)”, which is the highest books honor of Philosophy and Social Sciences in China.

15)    The second-class prize of National Medical Sciences, awarded by China Association of Medical Sciences (Yi Zeng is listed as the second awardee), 2018.

16)    National Medal of Outstanding Contributions awarded by the Central Government of China in cerebration of 70 years of establishment of People’s Republic of China, Sept. 2019.

Yi Zeng has been included (free of charge, as a distinguished scholar) in more than ten international biographical publications of WHO'S WHO. For example, "MEN OF ACHIEVEMENT,” "INTERNATIONAL WHO'S WHO OF INTELLECTUALS," and "WHO'S WHO IN AUSTRALIA AND THE FAR EAST" by the International Biographical Center in Cambridge of England and "5,000 PERSONALITIES OF THE WORLD," "MEDAL OF HONOUR COMMEMORATING  DISTINGUISHED LIFELONG  ACHIEVEMENTS," and  "FIVE HUNDRED LEADERS OF INFLUENCE" by the American Biographical Institute.

 

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS AND POLICY RESEARCH REPORTS BY YI ZENG

 

1.    Publications written in English and published in North America or Europe

 

1.1.    Peer-Reviewed BOOKS written in English and published/distributed in North America or Europe.

(1)    Zeng, Yi. 1990. User's Manual and software of "FAMY" --- A PC Computer program for Family Status Life Table Analysis. Groningen, The Netherlands: iec ProGAMMA (Inter- university Expert Center for Computer Software Development and Distribution).

(2)    Zeng, Yi, Zhang Chunyuan and Peng Shongjian (eds.). 1990. Changing Family Structure and Population Aging in China: A Comparative Approach. Beijing: Peking University Press (also distributed by Peking University Press' partners in Western countries).

(3)    Zeng, Yi. 1991. Family Dynamics in China: A Life Table Analysis. Wisconsin: The University of Wisconsin Press.

(4)    Zeng, Yi. 2004. Population Aging and Family Research. Beijing: Peking University Press (also distributed by Peking University Press' partners in Western countries).

(5)    Zeng, Yi, Gu Danan, Xiao Zhenyu, Tao Liqun. 2005. Graphics of Socio-Demographic and Health Profiles of Oldest-Old in China (in both English and Chinese). Beijing: China Population Press.

(6)    Zeng, Yi, Eileen Crimmins, Yves Carrière, Jean-Marie Robine (eds.). 2005. Longer Life and Healthy Aging. New York: Springer Publisher.

(7)    Jean-Marie Robine, Eileen M. Crimmins, Shiro Horiuchi, and Yi Zeng (eds.). 2006. Human Longevity, Individual Life Duration, and the Growth of the Oldest-Old Population. New York: Springer Publisher.

(8)    Zeng, Yi, Dudley Poston, Denese Ashbaugh Vlosky, and Danan Gu (eds.). 2008. Healthy Longevity in China: Demographic, Socioeconomic, and Psychological Dimensions. New York: Springer Publisher.

(9)    Zeng, Yi (ed.). 2009. Demography" volume of the Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) (www.eolss.net), coordinated by the UNESCO-EOLSS Committee. Oxford: EOLSS Publishers Co. Ltd.

(10)    Zeng, Yi, Kenneth C. Land, Danan Gu, and Zhenglian Wang. 2014. Household and Living Arrangement Projections: The Extended Cohort-Component Method and Applications to the U.S. and China. New York: Springer Publisher.

(11)    Zeng Yi, Lu JH, Lei XY and Shi XM (eds), 2021. Trends and Determinants of Healthy Aging in China. New York: Springer Nature Publisher (in press).

 

1.2.    ARTICLES published in anonymous peer-reviewed journals in North America or Europe (* means corresponding author)

1)    Zeng, Yi*, J. Vaupel and A.Yashin. 1985. Marriage and Fertility in China: A Graphical Analysis. Population and Development Review 11: 721-36.

2)    Zeng, Yi*. 1986 Changes in Family Structure in China: a Simulation Study. Population and Development Review 12:675-703.

3)    Zeng, Yi*. 1988. Changing Demographic Characteristics and the Family Status of Chinese Women. Population Studies 42: 183-203.

4)    Zeng, Yi* and J. Vaupel. 1989. Impact of Urbanization and Delayed Childbearing on Population Growth and Aging in China. Population and Development Review 15: 425-445.

5)    Zeng, Yi* 1989. Is China's Family Planning Program Tightening Up? Population and Development Review Vol. 15, No. 2 :333-337.

6)    Zeng, Yi*. 1989. Aging of the Chinese Population and the Policy Issues: Lessons Learned from a Rural-urban Dynamic Projection Model. Referred and selected articles for publication in International Population Conference, Volume 3: 81-101. Liege: International Union for Scientific Studies of Population, 21st General Conference.

7)    Zeng, Yi*, Tu Ping, Guo Liu and Xie Ying. 1991. A Demographic Decomposition of Recent Increase in Crude Birth Rates in China. Population and Development Review 17: 435-458.

8)    James W. Vaupel* and Yi Zeng. 1991. Population Tradeoffs in China. Policy Sciences 24: 389-406.

9)    Zeng, Yi*, Tu Ping, Gu Baochang, Xu Yi, Li Bohua and Li Youngping. 1993. Causes and Implications of the Recent Increase in the Reported Sex Ratio at Birth in China. Population and Development Review 19: 283-302.

10)    Zeng, Yi*, J.W. Vaupel, and Wang Zhenglian. 1993. Marriage and Fertility in China: 1950 1989. Genus Vol.49, No. 3/4, 17-34.

11)    Zeng, Yi*, and Wang Deming. 1993. An Event History Analysis of Remarriage in China. Selected and referred article for publication in: International Population Conference, Volume 3: 323-335. Liege: International Union for Scientific Studies of Population, 22nd General Conference.

12)    Zeng, Yi*, A. Coale, M.K. Choe, Z. Liang, and L. Liu. 1994. Leaving Parental Home: Census Based Estimates for China, Japan, South Korea, The United States, France, and Sweden. Population Studies 48: 65-80.

13)    Zeng, Yi*. 1995. Aging in China: Progress and Policy Responses. Reviews in Clinical

Gerontology 5: 77-83.

14)    Zeng, Yi*. 1995. China's Agenda for an Old-age Insurance Program in Rural Areas.

Journal of Aging & Social Policy 6: 101-14.

15)    Schultz, T. Paul* and Yi Zeng. 1995. Fertility of Rural China: Effects of Local Family Planning and Health Programs. Population Economics 8: 329-50.

16)    Ma, Z* and K.L. LIAW and Yi Zeng. 1996. "Spousal Residence Separation Among Chinese Young Couples." Environment and Planning A 28: 877-8.

17)    Zeng, Yi*. 1996. Is Fertility in China in 1991-1992 Far Below the Replacement Level?

Population Studies Vol. 50: 27-34.

18)    Ma, Z.*, K.L. Liaw, and Yi Zeng. 1997. "Migrations in the Urban/Rural Settlement System of China: Insights from the Micro Data of the 1987 National Survey." Environment and Planning A 29: 709-30.

19)    Zeng, Yi*, James W. Vaupel, and Wang Zhenglian. 1997. A Multidimensional Model for Projecting Family Households -- With an Illustrative Numerical Application. Mathematical Population Studies 6: 187-216.

20)    Zeng, Yi*. 1997. Dilemmas of Family Size Norms in China. Selected and referred article for publication in International Population Conference, Volume 3: 1405-1418. Liege: International Union for Scientific Studies of Population, 23rd General Conference.

21)    Vaupel, J.W.*, J.R. Carey, K. Christensen, T.E. Johnson, A.I. Yashin, N.V. Holm, I.A. Iachine, V. Kannisto, A.A. Khazaeli, P. Liedo, V.D.Longo, Yi Zeng, K.G. Manton, and J.W. Curtsinger. 1998. Biodemographic Trajectories of Longevity. Science, 280: 855-60.

22)    Zeng, Yi*, James W. Vaupel and Wang Zhenglian. 1998. Household Projection Using Conventional Demographic Data. Population and Development Review, Supplementary Issue: Frontiers of Population Forecasting. Volume 24: 59-87.

23)    Wang Zhenglian, Yi Zeng*, Bernard Jeune, and J.W. Vaupel. 1998. Age Validation of Han Chinese Centenarians. GENUS - An International Journal of Demography, Vol. LIV: 123- 141.

24)    Schultz, T. Paul* and Yi Zeng. 1999. The Impact of Institutional Reform from 1979 to 1987 on Fertility in Rural China. Chinese Economic Review 10: 141-60. (The authors are listed alphabetically and share equally in the research design and analysis).

25)    Zeng, Yi*, Wang Zhenglian, Ma Zhongdong, Chen Chunjun. 2000. A Simple Method for Estimating α and β: An Extension of Brass Relational Gompertz Fertility Model. Population Research and Policy Review, Volume 19, No. 6, pp. 525-549.

26)    Zeng, Yi* and Linda George. 2000. Family Dynamics of 63 Million (in 1990) to More Than 330 Million (in 2050) Elders in China. Demographic Research, Vol. 2, No. 5: 113-119.

27)    Zeng, Yi* and Wu Deqing. 2000. A Regional Analysis of Divorce in China Since 1980.” Demography, 37 (2): 215-219.

28)    Zeng, Yi* and Jiang Leiwen. 2000. "Does Rapid Economic Growth Accompanied by Massive Migration Necessarily Result in Severe Environmental Pollution? -- A Case Study of Pear River Delta in China." Current Politics and Economics of China, Vol. 3, No. 3. Pp. 427-445.

29)    Zeng, Yi* and Kenneth C. Land. 2001. A Sensitivity Analysis of The Bongaarts-Feeney New Method for Adjusting Bias in Observed Period Total Fertility Rates. Demography, 38 (1): 17-28.

30)    Zeng, Yi*, James W. Vaupel, Xiao Zhenyu, Zhang Chunyuang and Liu Yuzhi. 2001. The Healthy Longevity Survey and the Active Life Expectancy of the Oldest Old in China. Population: An English Selection, 13(1): 95-116.

31)    Zeng, Yi*, James W. Vaupel, Xiao Zhenyu, Zhang Chunyuang and Liu Yuzhi. 2001. Lenquete sue la longevite en bonne sante: lesperance de vie sans incapacite des personnes tres agees en Chine. Population: Longevite, 56(1/2): 109-132.

32)    Zeng, Yi* and Linda George. 2002. Extremely Rapid Aging and the Living Arrangement of Elderly Persons: the Case of China. In Living Arrangements of Older Persons, Population Bulletin of the United Nations, Special Issue Nos. 42/43, New York: United Nations.

33)    Zeng, Yi* and Kenneth C. Land. 2002. Adjusting Period Tempo Changes – with an Extension of Ryders Basic Translation Equation. Demography, Vol. 39, No. 2, pp. 269- 285.

34)    Zeng, Yi*. 2001. A Demographic Analysis of Family Households in China, 1982-1995.” Journal of Comparative Family Studies. Vol. 33, No. 1, pp. 15-34.

35)    Zeng, Yi*, James W. Vaupel, Xiao Zhenyu, Zhang Chunyuan and Liu Yuzhi. 2002. Sociodemographic and Health Profiles of Oldest Old in China. Population and Development Review, Vol. 28, No. 2: 251-273.

36)    Zeng, Yi* and James W. Vaupel. 2002. Functional Capacity and Self-Evaluation of Health and Life of the Oldest Old in China. Journal of Social Issues, 58: 733-748.

37)    Zeng, Yi*, T. Paul Schultz, Wang Deming, and Gu Danan. 2002. Association of Divorce with Socio-economic Covariates in China, 1955-1985: Event History Analysis based on Data collected in Shanghia, Hebei, and Shaanxi. Demographic Research, Vol. 7, Article 11.

38)    Zeng, Yi*. 2002. Aging in China. Ekerdt, David J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Aging. Macmillan Reference USA, an Imprint of the Gale Group, New York.

39)    Zeng, Yi*, Liu Yuzhi, and Linda George. 2003. Gender Differentials of Oldest Old in China.” Research on Aging. 25: 65-80.

40)    Zeng, Yi* and James W. Vaupel. 2003. Oldest Old Mortality in China. Demographic Research, Vol. 8 (7): 215-244.

41)    Zeng, Yi* and Zhenglian Wang. 2003. Dynamics of Family and Elderly Living Arrangements in China: New Lessons Learned from the 2000 Census. The China Review, Vol. 3, No. 2: 95-119.

42)    Zeng, Yi*; Gu, Danan, and Land, K. C. 2004. A New Method for Correcting Underestimation of Disabled Life Expectancy and Application to Chinese Oldest-Old. Demography, Vol. 41 (2): 335-361.

43)    Zeng, Yi*, and Vaupel, J.W. 2004. Association of Late Childbearing With Healthy Longevity among The Oldest-Old in China. Population Studies, 58(1): 37-53.

44)    Zeng, Yi*. 2004. Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey and Some Research Findings. Geriatrics and Gerontology International, 2004; 4: S49-S52.

45)    Zeng, Yi*, Eric Stallard, and Zhenglian Wang. 2004. Computing Time-Varying Sex-Age- Specific Rates of Marriage/Union Formation and Dissolution in Family Household Projection or Simulation. Demographic Research, 11, 264-299.

46)    Zeng, Yi*, George L., Vaupel J., Goodkind D. 2004. Chinese longitudinal healthy longevity survey: A unique data resource and research opportunities. Gerontologist 44:194-195.

47)    Gu, Danan*; and Zeng, Yi. 2004. Sociodemographic Effects on the Onset and Recovery of ADL Disability among Chinese Oldest-old. Demographic Research, 11, 1-44.

48)    Zeng, Yi*, Kenneth C. Land, Zhenglian Wang, and Gu Danan. 2006. U.S. Family Household Momentum and Dynamics -- Extension of ProFamy Method and Application. Population Research and Policy Review, 25(1): 1-41.

49)    Gu, Danan*, Liu, Guangya, Vlosky, A. Denese and Zeng, Yi. (2007). Factors Associated with Place of Death among Chinese Oldest-old. Journal of Applied Gerontology 26(1), 34- 57.

50)    Zeng, Yi*, Danan Gu, and Kenneth C. Land. 2007. The Association of Childhood Socioeconomic Conditions with Healthy Longevity at the Oldest-Old Ages in China. Demography. Vol 44, No. 3: 497-518.

51)    Zeng, Yi*, 2007. Options of Fertility Policy Transition in China. Population and Development Review. Vol. 33 No. 2, Pp. 215-246 (Heading article).

52)    Zeng, Yi*, Zhenglian Wang, Jiang Leiwen, and Danan Gu. 2008. Future trend of family households and elderly living arrangement in China”, GENUS - An International Journal of Demography, LXIV (No. 1-2): 9-36.

53)    Zeng, Yi* (2008). La Presion demografica sobre el envejecimiento de la poblacion (Demographic Pressure on Population Aging in Chin). Vanguardia Dossier (Spanish Quarterly), Issue 28: 53-59.

54)    Xiao, Xinhua, Zhenxin Zhang*, Harvey Jay Cohen, Heng Wang, Wenhui Li, Tong Wang, Tao Xu, Aimin Liu, Mingying Gai, Ying Shen, Ole Schmitz, Yi Zeng (2008). Evidence of a Relationship between Infant Birth Weight and Later Diabetes Mellitus and Impaired Glucose Regulation in a Chinese Population. Diabetes Care, 2008 Mar;31(3):483-7.

55)    Zhang, F.*, M Lewis, G Yang, J Iriondo-Perez, Yi Zeng, J Liu (2008). Apolipoprotein E polymorphism, life stress and self-reported health among older adults. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health. April 1, 2008; 62(4): e3.

56)    Dupre, Matthew E.*; Gu, Danan; Warner, David F. and Zeng, Yi (2009). Frailty and Type of Death among Older Adults in China. British Medical Journal. 338: b1175. [PMC2667569].

57)    Gu, Danan*; Dupre, Matthew E.; Sautter, Jessica; Zhu, Haiyan; Liu, Yuzhi; and Zeng, Yi (2009). Frailty and Mortality among Chinese at Advanced Ages. Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 64B(2), 279-289. [PMC2655172]

58)    Gu, Danan; Zhang, Zhenmei; and Zeng, Yi (2009). Accessibility to Healthcare Services Makes a Difference in Healthy Longevity among Older Chinese Adults. Social Science and Medicine, 68:21-219. [PMC19038485]

59)    Gu,D*, Dupre, M, Warner, F., Yi Zeng (2009). Changing Health Status and Health Expectancies among Older te Adults in China: Gender Differences from 1992 to 2002. Social Science and Medicine. 68: 2170-2179. [PMC 2727476]

60)    Yang Li, Wen-Jing Wang, Huiqing Cao, Jiehua Lu, Chong Wu, Fang-Yuan Hu, Jian Guo, Ling Zhao, Fan Yang, Yi-Xin Zhang, Wei Li, Gu-Yan Zheng, Hanbin Cui, Xiaomin Chen, Zhiming Zhu, Hongbo He, Birong Dong, Xianming Mo, Yi Zeng*, and Xiao-Li Tian* (2009). Genetic association of FOXO1A and FOXO3A with longevity trait in Han Chinese populations. Human Molecular Genetics, 18: 4897 – 4904. (Xiao-Li Tian and Yi Zeng are co-corresponding authors) [PMC2790334]

61)    You, D*, Gu, D, Yi Zeng (2010). Familial Transmission of Human Longevity among the Oldest-old in China. Journal of Applied Gerontology. 2010, 29(3),308-332.

62)    Zeng, Yi*, Danan Gu, Jama Purser, Helen Hoenig, and Nicholas Christakis (2010). Associations of Environmental Factors with Elderly Health and Mortality in ChinaAmerican Journal of Public Health. 100 (2): 298-305. [PMC 2804639]

63)    Gu, Danan*, Jessica Sautter,Robin Pipkin, Yi Zeng (2010). Sociodemographic and Health Correlates of Sleep Quality and Duration among Very Old Chinese. SLEEP, 33(5): 601-610. [PMC 2864875].

64)    Shen, K. and Yi Zeng* (2010). The association between resilience and survival among Chinese elderly. Demographic Research 23(5) 105-116. doi: 10.4054/DemRes.2010.23.5(July16, 2010) [ PMC 2990503].

65)    Zeng, Yi*, Cheng, L., Chen, H., Cao, H., Hauser, E., Liu, Y., Xiao, Z., Tan, Q., Tian, X.*, Vaupel, J.W. (2010). Effects of FOXO Genotypes on Longevity: A Bio-demographic Analysis. The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 65A (12): 1285-1299 (Yi Zeng and Xiao-Li Tian are co-corresponding authors) [PMC 2990269].

66)    Feng Q, Hoenig HM, Gu D, Yi Zeng, Purser JL*. (2010). Effect of new disability subtype on 3- year mortality in Chinese older adults. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2010 Oct;58(10):1952-8. doi: 10.1111/j.1532-5415.2010.03013.x. [PMID: 20929468/PMCID: PMC3385853].

67)    Fan Z*, Zhang ZX, Li Y, Wang Z, Xu T, Gong X, Zhou X, Wen H, Yi Zeng (2010). Relationship between birth size and coronary heart disease in China. Annals of Medicine, 42(8): 596–602. [Epub ahead of print] [PMC3787846].

68)    Xiao X, Zhang Z-X*, Li W-H, Feng K, Sun Q, Cohen HJ, Xu T, Wang H, Liu A-M, Gong X-M, Ying S, Yi Zeng (2009). Low Birth Weight is Associated With Components of the Metabolic Syndrome. Metabolism, doi:10.1016/j.metabol.2009.12.001. [PMC 2895955].

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147)    Zeng, Yi (2021). Gender Differences in Familial, Socioeconomic and Health Statuses among Oldest-Old Aged 80+ in China. CCDC Weekly, in press.

148)    Zeng, Yi, Hanmo Yang, Zhenglian Wang and Lan Li (2021). Impacts of Family Household Dynamics on Residential Energy Demands in Hebei Province of China. GENUS, in press.

 

1.3.    Articles in English as chapters in peer-reviewed books published in North America or Europe (excluding chapters of the books totally written by or mostly written by Yi Zeng)

1)    Zeng, Yi*. 1989. Population Policy in China: New Challenge and Strategies. Pp. 61-73. In An Aging World, edited by John M. Eekelaar and David Pearl. Oxford: Oxford  University Press.

2)    Zeng, Yi* and A. Coale. 1990. Age Schedules of Leaving the Parental Home in U.S.A., France, and Sweden. In Changing Family Structure and Population Aging in China: A Comparative Approach, edited by Zeng et al. Beijing: Peking University Press.

3)    Zeng, Yi*. 1992. Changes in family structure in China. In The Population of Modern China, edited by Dudley L. Poston and David Yaukey. Pp. 535-548. New York: Plenum Press.

4)    Zeng, Yi* and Zhang Qinwu. 1997. Conditions in China Influencing Out-migration. In The Silent Debate: Asian Immigration and Racism in Canada, edited by E. Laquian, A. Laquian, Terry McGee. Pp. 75-84. Institute of Asian Research. The University of British Columbia.

5)    Wang Zhenglian, Yi Zeng*, Bernard Jeune, and J. Vaupel. 1997. A Demography and Health Profile of Centenarians in China. In Longevity: To the Limits and Beyond, edited by J-M. Robine et al. Pp. 91-104. New York/Berlin: Springer Publisher.

6)    Zeng, Yi*. 1999. Population Aging in China: Policy Tradeoff and Challenges. In Population Aging: Challenges for Policies and Programs in Developed and Developing Countries, edited by R. Cliquet and M. Nizamuddin. Pp. 221-232. Jointly published by United Nations Population Fund and Population and Family Study Center, Belgium.

7)    Zeng, Yi*. 2000. Marriage Patterns in Contemporary China. In The Changing Population of China, edited by Xizhe Peng with Zhigang Guo. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.

8)    Zeng, Yi*. 2000. Prospective du vieillissement: le cas de la Chine et comparaisons internationales. In Les Cles du XXIe Siecle. Edited by Jerome Binde and prefaced by Koichiro Matsuura, Director General of UNESCO, Paris: Seuil, Editions UNESCO.

9)    Zeng, Yi*. 2001. Forecasting the Ageing of Populations: China and International Comparisons. In Keys to the 21st Century, Jerome Binde (ed.). New York/Oxford/Paris: Berhahn Books and UNESCO Publishing.

10)    Zeng,Yi*. 2002. Old Age Insurance and Sustainable Development in Rural China. In Gudrun Sustainable Development with a Dynamic Economy. Kochendörfer-Lucius and Boris Pleskovic (eds.). Washington: World Bank.

11)    Zeng, Yi*. 2002. Population Problems and Strategies in China. In a book (in both English and French languages) on Population of Contemporary China edited by Isabelle Attane, Paris: INED.

12)    Zeng, Yi*, Gu Danan and Kenneth C. Land. 2005. A Method for Correcting the Underestimation of Disabled Life Expectancy, with an Empirical Application to Oldest-Old in China. In Zeng,Yi, Eileen Crimmins, Yves Carrière, Jean-Marie Robine (eds.). Longer Life and Healthy Aging. Dordrecht: Springer Publisher.

13)    Zeng,Yi*, Liu Yuzhi and Linda K. George. 2005. Female Disadvantages among the Elderly in China. In Zeng,Yi, Eileen Crimmins, Yves Carrière, Jean-Marie Robine (eds.). Longer Life and Healthy Aging. Dordrecht: Springer Publisher.

14)    Kenneth C. Land, Yang Yang, and Yi Zeng, 2005. Mathematical Demography,” Chapter 22, in D. L. Poston, Jr. and M. Micklin (editors). Handbook of Population. New York: Springer Publishers.

15)    Zeng,Yi* and James W. Vaupel. 2006. Oldest-old Mortality in China. In: Jean-Marie Robine, Eileen M. Crimmins, Shiro Horiuchi, and Yi Zeng (eds.) Human Longevity, Individual Life Duration, and the Growth of the Oldest-Old Population. Dordrecht: Springer Publisher.

16)    Zeng, Yi. 2007*. Dynamics of Elderly Living Arrangements in China. In: New Perspectives in China and Aging, Pp 93-104, edited by Ian G. Cook and Jason L. Powell. New York: Nova Science Publishers.

17)    Dudley L. Poston, Jr. and Yi Zeng* 2008. Introduction: Aging and Aged Dependency in

China”, Chapter 1 in: Zeng,Yi, Dudley Poston, Denese Ashbaugh Vlosky, and Danan Gu

(eds.). 2008. Healthy Longevity in China: Demographic, Socioeconomic, and Psychological Dimensions. Dordrecht: Springer Publisher.

18)    Zeng,Yi*, 2008. Introduction to the Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey (CLHLS)”, Chapter 2 in: Zeng,Yi, Dudley Poston, Denese Ashbaugh Vlosky, and Danan Gu (eds.). 2008. Healthy Longevity in China: Demographic, Socioeconomic, and Psychological Dimensions. Dordrecht: Springer Publisher.

19)    Zeng,Yi* and Danan Gu, 2008. Reliability of Age Reporting among the Chinese Oldest- old in the CLHLS Datasets”, Chapter 4 in: Zeng,Yi, Dudley Poston, Denese Ashbaugh Vlosky, and Danan Gu (eds.). 2008. Healthy Longevity in China: Demographic, Socioeconomic, and Psychological Dimensions. Dordrecht: Springer Publisher.

20)    Zeng,Yi, 2008. Epilogue: Future Agenda”, Chapter 25 in: Zeng,Yi, Dudley Poston, Denese Ashbaugh Vlosky, and Danan Gu (eds.). 2008. Healthy Longevity in China: Demographic, Socioeconomic, and Psychological Dimensions. Dordrecht: Springer Publisher.

21)    Gu, Danan; Vlosky, A.Denese; and Zeng, Yi. Gender Differentials in Transitions and Expected Years Spending in Seven Living Arrangements among the Oldest-Old in China--

- A Population-Based Decrement-Increment Life Table Analysis. In Harriet T. Benninghouse and Andria G. Rosset (eds.). Women and Aging: New Research. New York: Nova Publisher. 2008.

22)    Zeng,Yi* and Linda K. George, 2010. Population Aging and Old-Age Care in China. In: Dale Dannefer and Chris Phillipson (eds.) Sage Handbook of Social Gerontology, Thousand Oaks/CA/USA: Sage Publications.

23)    Shen, Ke and Yi Zeng. 2011*. The association between resilience and survival among Chinese elderly. In Resnick B., L.P. Gwyther and K.A. Roberto (eds), Resilience in Aging: Concepts, Research and Outcomes. New York: Springer Publisher, 2011.

24)    Gu, Danan, Qiushi Feng, and Yi Zeng: Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Study”, in:

N.A. Pachana (ed.), Encyclopedia of Geropsychology, Springer Science+Business Media Singapore 2016. DOI 10.1007/978-981-287-080-3_76-1.

25)    Lynch Scott M.Kenneth C. Land, Yang Claire Yang, Yi Zeng (2019). Mathematical

Demography. Chapter 29 (pp. 747-773) in Dudley L. Poston, Jr. (editor). Handbook of

Population. 2nd edition. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature.

26)    Zeng, Yi and Zhenglian Wang (2019). Dynamics and Policy Implications of Family Households and Elderly Living Arrangements in China, a Chapter in the book entitled Chinas Changing Family Structure: Dimensions and Implications”, edited by Nicholas N. Eberstadt and published by the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research.

27)    Zeng, Yi and Qiushi Feng (2021). Trends of Dynamic Changes in Activities of Daily Living, Physical Performance, Cognitive Function and Mortality Rates among the Oldest-old in

China, Chapter 4, in: Zeng Y, Lu JH, Lei XY and Shi XM (eds), Trends and Determinants of Healthy Aging in China. 2021, New York: Springer Nature Publisher (in press).

28)    Zeng, Yi, Huashuai Chen and Zhenglian Wang (2021). Analysis of Trends of Future

Home-based Care Needs and Costs for the Elderly in China, Chapter 6, in: Zeng Y, Lu JH, Lei XY and Shi XM (eds), Trends and Determinants of Healthy Aging in China. 2021, New York: Springer Nature Publisher (in press).

29)    Yao Yao and Zeng, Yi (2021). Residential Proximity to Major Roadways and Cognitive Function among Chinese Adults 65 Years and Older, Chapter 8, in: Zeng Y, Lu JH, Lei XY and Shi XM (eds), Trends and Determinants of Healthy Aging in China. 2021, New York: Springer Nature Publisher (in press).

30)    Zeng, Yi, Danan Gu, Jama PurserHelen Hoenig Nicholas Christakis (2021).

Associations of Community Environmental Factors with Elderly Health and Mortality in

China, Chapter 17, in: Zeng Y, Lu JH, Lei XY and Shi XM (eds), Trends and Determinants of Healthy Aging in China. 2021, New York: Springer Nature Publisher (in press).

31)    Zeng, Yi and Lingguo Cheng (2021). Effects of Interactions between Environmental and Genetic Factors on Healthy Aging: A Review on the Relevant Prior Research, Chapter 18, in: Zeng Y, Lu JH, Lei XY and Shi XM (eds), Trends and Determinants of Healthy Aging in China. 2021, New York: Springer Nature Publisher (in press).

32)    Zeng, Yi (2021). Implementing the Universal Two & Three Child Policy is Largely Beneficial for Facing the Serious Challenges of Population Aging in China, Chapter 27, in: Zeng Y, Lu JH, Lei XY and Shi XM (eds), Trends and Determinants of Healthy Aging in China. 2021, New York: Springer Nature Publisher (in press).

33)    Zeng, Yi and Angang Hu (2021). Integrate Administrations of Health, Family Planning, and Population Aging to Promote Well-being of Billions of Families, Chapter 28, in: Zeng Y, Lu JH, Lei XY and Shi XM (eds), Trends and Determinants of Healthy Aging in China. 2021, New York: Springer Nature Publisher (in press).

34)    Zeng, Yi (2021). Closing Remarks: Further Study Prospects, in: Zeng Y, Lu JH, Lei XY and Shi XM (eds), Trends and Determinants of Healthy Aging in China. 2021, New York: Springer Nature Publisher (in press).

 

1.4.    Mainly Editor-Reviewed Academic Articles Published in North America or Europe

1)    Zeng,Yi*. 1985. A Demographic Profile of Family in China. (Het Chinese gezin in demografisch perspectief) Demos, April, 1985, Netherlands Interuniversity Demographic Institute.

2)    Zeng,Yi*. 1986. Family Status Life Table: An Extension of Bongaarts' Nuclear Family Model. Working paper of Netherlands Interuniversity Demographic Institute (NIDI), No. 70.

3)    Zeng,Yi*. 1986. Fertility and Family Dynamics in China. Working paper of Interuniversity Program in Demography, Brussels Free University. No. 86-6, Brussels.

4)    Zeng,Yi*. 1989. A Model of Family Status Life Table and Its Application. English version of Chinese Journal of Population Science 1: 77-94, published in the U.S. by Allerton Press, Inc.

5)    Zeng,Yi*. 1989. A Policy in Transition. People, Vol. 16, No. 1, 1989.

6)    Zeng,Yi* 1989. Population Trends in China: A New Challenge. Pp. 197-196 in Media Standards and Journalistic Accountability, Proceedings of the Ninth World Media Conference, March 22-25, 1989, published by World Media Association.

7)    Zeng,Yi. 1990*. An Analysis of Changing Trends in China's Urban and Rural Households. English version of Chinese Journal of Population Science 2: 187-200, published in the U.S.

by Allerton Press, Inc.

8)    Zeng,Yi. 1991*. A Comparative Study of Family Dynamics in Rural and Urban Areas in China. In Fertility in China, Pp. 467-486. Published by the International Statistical Institute (ISI). The Hague: ISI.

9)    Zeng,Yi*, Li Xiaoli and Ma Zhongdong. 1991. The Trend and the Model Schedule of Leaving the Parental Home after Marriage in China. In Fertility in China, Pp. 421-450. Published by International Statistical Institute (ISI). The Hague: ISI.

10)    Zeng,Yi*, Li Xiaoli and Ma Zhongdong. 1991. A Chinese Female Postnuptial Leaving Home Model--A Procedure for Analysing Main Parameters α and β in the Setting up, Testing and Estimation of the Model. English version of Chinese Journal of Population Science 3: 205-18 published in the U.S. by Allerton Press, Inc.

11)    Zeng,Yi*, T. Paul Schultz and Wang Deming. 1992. An Event History Analysis of Divorce in China. Economic Growth Center Discussion paper, No. 675, Yale University.

12)    Zeng,Yi*, Li Wei, and Liang Zhiwu. 1992. The Status, Regional Differences, and Trend of Chinese Family Structure. English version of Chinese Journal of Population Science 4: 263-84, published in the U.S. by Allerton Press, Inc.

13)    Zeng,Yi*. 1993. Some Important Issues of Population and Sustainable Development in China. In English version of the Proceedings of International Workshop on China's Agenda in 21st Century.

14)    Jiang Zhenghua and Yi Zeng*. 1994. Changes in Household Size and Structure in China.

China Population Today. 11 (6): 5-8.

 

1.5.    Manuscripts written in English, not published but have been used in teachings of courses and training workshops

1)    Zeng,Yi. 1996. Methods and Applications of Demographic Analysis. (Note: Yi Zeng used this unpublished text book manuscript to teach a demographic method course in English for Chinese and foreign graduate students at Peking University from 1992 to 1996; the faculty members at Peking University have been using it since 1996).

2)    Zeng,Yi and Wang Zhenglian. 1998. ProFamy: a New Method and User-Friendly Computer Software for Family Household Projection. Different versions of this manuscript was presented, demonstrated, and used for training workshops on Family Household Projections”, at: (1) Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR), Rostock, Germany, July 26 - August 2, 1998; (2) the Summer School jointly organized by the International Union for Scientific Studies of Population and MPIDR in Rostock, Germany, July, 2005; (3) Australian Demographic and Social Research Institute at Austrialian National

University, Dec.6-7, 2007;(4) Demography Department and Population Studies Center of

University of Campinas, Brazil, Sept. 26-30, 2016.

 

1.6 Research reports written in English specially invited and submitted to the U.S. Census Bureau

1.    Zeng Yi and Zhenglian Wang. 2002. U.S. Households Projection by Race Using Demographic Rates as Input --Primary Progress Report,” Report No. 1 submitted to the Census Bureau.

2.    Zeng Yi, Chingli Yang, Zhenglian Wang, and Philip Morgan. 2002. Marital Status Transitions and Fertility in the United States -- Occurrence/Exposure Rates and Frequencies of Marital Status Transitions & Marital and Non-Marital Fertility by Race, Age, and Parity in Periods 1970-1996, and Cohorts born since 1920,” Report No. 2 submitted to the Census Bureau.

3.    Zeng Yi and Zhenglian Wang. 2002. Projection of U.S. Households by Race,” Report No. 3 submitted to the Census Bureau.

 

2.    Publications written in Chinese and published in China

 

2.1.    Books written in Chinese and published in Chi

 

1)    Zeng,Yi and Wang Zhenglian. 1990. Chinese version of the User's Manual and Software of "FAMY" --- A PC Computer program for Family Status Life Table Analysis. Beijing: Peking University Press.

2)    Zeng,Yi. 1993. Methods and Application of Demographic Analysis. Beijing: Peking University Press.

3)    Zeng,Yi. 1994. China's Population Trends and Strategies. Beijing: Peking University Press.

4)    Zeng,Yi and Guo Zhiguang et al. 1994. Translation of a book originally written in English by Bongaartz et al: Family Demography: the models and applications. Beijing: Peking University Press.

5)    Zeng,Yi, et al. 1995. Divorce in the 1980s in China. Beijing: Peking University Press.

6)    Zha Ruichuan, Yi Zeng, and Guo Zhigang (eds.). 1996. Analysis of the Data of the 1990 National Census in China (Two volumes). Beijing: Higher Education Press.

7)    Zhang Chunyuan and Yi Zeng (eds.). 1996. Market Demography. Beijing: Peking University Press.

8)    Zeng,Yi, Liu Yuzhi, Zhang Chunyuan, and Xiao Zhenyu (eds.). 2004. Analysis on Determinants of Healthy Longevity. Beijing: Peking University Press.

9)    Zeng,Yi. 2004. Analysis on Chinese Population. Beijing: Peking University Press.

10)    Zeng, Yi, Gu, Danan, Xiao Zhenyu, and Tao Liqun (eds.). 2005. Graph Collections of Healthy Longevity in China. Beijing: China Population Publishing House (in both Chinese and English).

11)    Zeng,Yi, Li Ling, Gu Baochang, and Lin Yifu (eds.). 2006. 21st Century Population and Economic Development in China. Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press of China.

12)    Zeng, Yi, Gu Baochang, and Guo Zhigang (eds.). 2010. Population and Economic Development in China under the low fertility. Beijing: Peking University Press.

13)    Zeng, Yi (ed.) 2010. Research on Elderly Population, Family, Health and Care Needs/Costs. Beijing: Sciences Press.

14)    Yi Zeng (ed.). 2010. Demography" volume of the Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) (www.eolss.net), coordinated by the UNESCO-EOLSS Committee. Published by Oxford: EOLSS Publishers Co. Ltd., Chinese version translated by Ma Li, Jiang Weiping,  Liu Hongyan, Guo Weiming and academically checked by Y.C. You and Gu Baochang et al., Beijing, China Population Press, 2010.

15)    Zeng,Yi, Zhang Zhen, Gu Danan and Zheng Zhenzhen. 2011. Methods and Application of Demographic Analysis (Second Edition). Beijing: Peking University Press (This book received the award for the text books by Excellent Educators and renowned researchers from Beijing Municipal Education Commission).

16)    Zeng, Yi, Baochang Gu, Jianzhang Liang, Zhigang Guo (eds.) 2013. Fertility Policy Adjustment and Development in China. Beijing: Social Science Academic Press (China).

17)    Zeng, Yi, Jiehua Lu, Xiaoyan Lei and Xiaoming Shi (eds.) 2018. Healthy Aging in China: Trends and Determinants. Beijing: Science Press. -- Based on anonymous peer-review and experts committees evaluations, this book was selected as part of the National Philosophy and Social Sciences Outstanding Achievements Library”, which is the highest books honor of Philosophy and Social Sciences in China.

18)    Zeng, Yi (ed.) (2021). Influencing Factors and Effective Interventions for Healthy Aging in China. Science Press, Beijing, forthcoming. This book is selected as part of the Chinas National Key Publications Program, supported by Chinese National Publication Funds.

19)        Zheng, Zhenzhen, Xiaomin Shi, Xiaoyan Lei and Yi Zeng (eds.) 2021. Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey and the Database Development, Science Press, Beijing, forthcoming. This book is selected as part of the Chinas National Key Publications Program, supported by Chinese National Publication Funds.

20)    Zeng, Yi (ed.) 2021. The Innovative Multistate Methods for Household and Living Arrangement Projections and Applications, Science Press, Beijing, in press. This book is selected as part of the Chinas National Key Publications Program, supported by Chinese National Publication Funds.

 

2.2.    Professional articles written in Chinese and published in peer-reviewed academic journals in China

 

1)    Zeng, Yi*. 1982. The Rise of Qinghai-Xizang (Tibet) Plateau and the Evolution of Chinese Natural Environment. Journal of Geographic Teaching (Dili Jiaoxue). No.2, 1982, Shanghai Education Press.

2)    Zeng, Yi*. 1987. Method of Constructing Multi-state Life Tables and Application to the Study of Nuptiality of Chinese Women. Population Research (Renkou Yanjiu). No. 3, 1987.

3)    Zeng, Yi*. 1987. How the Drop in Birth Rates Is Expected to Affect Chinese Family Structure. Academic Journal of Peking University (Philosophy and Social Science) (Beijing Daxue Xuebao), No. 4, 1987.

4)    Zeng, Yi*. 1987. Impact of Urbanization on the Population Growth. Population and Economics, No.6, 1987.

5)    Zeng,Yi*. 1987. Changes in Family Structure in the U.S.A. Since the 1960s. Young Geographers (Qingnian Dilixuejia). Vol. 3, No. 3, 1987.

6)    Zeng, Yi*. 1988. Impact of Demographic Changes on the Family Status of Women.

Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), No. 1, 1988, pp.1-13.

7)    Zeng, Yi*. 1988. A Very Active Field of Demography - Family Demography. Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), No. 6, 1988.

8)    Zeng, Yi. 1989. An Analysis on the Trends of Family Changes in Rural and Urban China.

Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkuo Kexue), No. 6, 1989.

9)    Zeng, Yi* and Li Xiaoli. 1990. Changes in Family Life Course and Family Structure in Rural Areas of Hunan and Shanxi Provinces. Population and Economics (Renkou yu Jingji). No. 2, 1990.

10)    Zeng,Yi*. 1990. Socio-economic Strategies for Controlling Population Growth and Improving Quality of Life. Population Dynamics (Renkou Dongtai), No. 3, 1990.

11)    Jiang, Zhenghua, Zeng Yi, Wang, Shengjin. 1990. The Introduction and Comments on Main Branches of Applied Demography. Population Dynamics (Renkou Dongtai), No.6, 1990.

12)    Zeng, Yi, Tu Ping, Guo Liu, and Xie Ying. 1991. Demographic Analysis on the Causes of the Recent Increase in Crude Birth Rates in the Whole Country and 30 Provinces of China. Population Research (Renkou Yanjiu), No.1, 1991.

13)    Zeng, Yi*, Li Xiaoli and Ma Zhongdong. 1991. The Model of Leaving the Parental Home After Marriage and a Method for Estimating Its Main Parameters. Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), No. 1, 1991.

14)    Zeng, Yi*. 1991. The Impact of Population Urbanization on Future Population Development. Population Journal, No.2, 1991.

15)    Zeng,Yi* and J. Vaupel. 1991. Several Problems in the Future Process of Population Development in China. Journal of Chinese Social Sciences (Zhongguo Shehui Kexue), No. 3, 1991.

16)    Zeng, Yi*. 1991. The effect of Gradually Increasing Womens Mean Age at Birth on Chinas Population Development Population and Economics (Renkou yu Jingji). 1991, No. 2. pp. 3- 10.

17)    Zeng, Yi*, Li Xiaoli, Jia Tongjin and Yang Rizhang. 1991. The Pattern of Co-residence at the Time of First Marriage and Leaving the Parental Home After Marriage in China. Population Dynamics (Renkou Dongtai), No.3, 1991.

18)    Zeng, Yi*, Qiu, Peiling. 1992. Late Marriage and Late Child-Bearing is Accessible only if the Leader Paid High Attention and the Measures were Appropriate. Population Journal. No. 6, 1992.

19)    Zeng,Yi*, Li Wei and Liang Zhiwu. 1992. Current Status, Regional Differentials and Dynamic Trends of Family Structure in China. Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), Vol. 2, 1992.

20)    Zeng, Yi*. 1992. The Methods and Application of Estimating Age at First Marriage and the Birth Intervals Using Census Data. Population and Economic (Renkou yu Jingji), Vol. 3, 1992.

21)    Zeng, Yi*.1993. The Current Status and Trends of Changes of Marriage and Families in Eastern China: Analysis based on the 3rd and 4th Census Data. Population (Renkou), No. 1, 1993.

22)    Zeng, Yi*, Gu Baochang, Tu Ping, Xu Yi, Li Boha, Li Youngping. 1993. Causes and Implications of High Sex Ratios. Population and Economics (Renkou yu Jingji), No. 1, 1993.

23)    Zeng, Yi*, Cai Wenmei and Song Jinan. 1993. The Need and Feasibility of Promoting Late Marriage and Late Birth -- Lessons From the Chang Ping Survey. Population and Family Planning (Renkou yu Jihuashengyu), No. 2, 1993.

24)    Zeng, Yi*, T. Paul Schultz, and Wang Deming. 1993. Divorce Analysis in Shanghai, Shanxi, and Hebei. Population Research (Renkou Yanjiu), No. 5, 1993.

25)    Zeng, Yi*. 1993. Necessity and Feasibility of Establishing the Old Age Insurance System in Rural China. Population and Family Planning (Renkou yu Jihuashengyu) , No. 6, 1993, pp. 43-47.

26)    Zeng, Yi*. 1994. Applied Demography and Market Economy. Population and Economics

(Renkou yu Jingji), No. 2, 1994.

27)    Zeng, Yi*. 1994. Reforming the Old Age Insurance System: A Case Study in Hainan.

Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), 1994, No. 2, pp. 1-5.

28)    Zeng, Yi*. 1995. Managing Socio-Economics and Serving People: Applied Demographic Studies. Market and Demographic Analysis (Shichang Yu Renkou Fenxi), Vol. 1, No. 1.

29)    Zeng, Yi*. 1995. Has China's Fertility in 1991 and 1992 Fallen Below the Replacement Level? Population Research (Renkou Yanjiu), Vol. 19, No. 3, pp. 7-14.

30)    Zeng, Yi* and Wang Deming. 1995. A Study on Female Remarriage in Shanghai Municipality, Shanxi and Hebei Provinces. Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), No. 5 issue of 1995, pp. 11-16.

31)    Zeng, Yi* and Wu Deqing. 1995. Trends of Changes in Divorce Rate and Its Age Distribution in the 1980s in China. Journal of Chinese Social Sciences (Zhongguo Shehui Kexue), No. 6 issue of 1995, pp. 71-82.

32)    Zeng, Yi*. 1995. Population Control and Financial Policies. Financial Research (Caizheng Yanjiu), No. 11, 1995.

33)    Zeng, Yi*. 1997. It is not Appropriate to Officially State that Rural Elderly Should Mainly Rely on Family. Population Research (Renkou Yanjiu), No. 6, 1997.

34)    Zeng, Yi* and T. Paul Schultz. 1998. Impacts of Rural Household Responsibility System Reform on Fertility in China. Journal of Chinese Social Sciences (Zhongguo Shehui Kexue), No. 1, 1998.

35)    Zeng, Yi*, James W. Vaupel and Wang Zhenglian. 1998. Development and Application of  a Multi-dimensional Model for Family Households and Population Projection. Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), No. 5, 1998, pp. 1-17.

36)    Zeng, Yi*. 1998. Information and Considerations of New Trends in International Population Studies. Population Research (Renkou Yanjiu), Vol. 22, No. 6, pp. 11-13.

37)    Ren, Qiang*, Zeng, Yi.2001. Face the challenge of ageing world. Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), No. 6, 2001.

38)    Gu Dannan*, Yi Zeng, and Liu Yuzhi. 2001. A Review on Methods in Calculating the Healthy Life Expectancy. Market & Population Analysis (Shichang yu Renkoufenxi), No.4.

39)    Ren, Qiang*, GR DeLong Yi Zeng and Xiaoying Zheng. 2001. The Effect of Iodine Supplementation to the Environment on Socio-economy and Population in Xinjiang: Structural Equation Model. Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine (Zhonghua Yufang Yixue Zazhi) Vol.35 (Suppl.): 67-74.

40)    Gu Danan*, Yi Zeng. 2001. The Analysis of the Grades of Membership of the Oldest Old in China. Special Issue of Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), 2001.

41)    Zeng, Yi*, Xiao Zhenyu, Zhang Chunyuan, Liu Yuzhi, and James W. Vaupel. 2001. Healthy Longevity Survey (1998) and Active Life Expectancy of the Oldest Old in China. Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), No. 3, 2001.

42)    Zeng, Yi*. 2001. Main Features of Population Aging and Policy Considerations in China.

Population and Economics (Renkou yu Jingji) No. 5, 2001.

43)    Zeng, Yi*. 2001. Integrating Old Age Insurance and Family Planning Quality Services/ Synthetical Reform in Rural China. Population Research (Renkou Yanjiu), No. 6, 2001.

44)    Gu Danan* and Yi Zeng. 2002. Healthy Life Expectancy of the Oldest Old in China Based on Grade of Membership. Population & Economics (Renkou yu Jingji), No.2

45)    Zeng, Yi* and Gu Danan. 2001. Review on the latest international studies about quality of life of the Elderly. Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), No.5, 2002.

46)        Zeng, Yi*. 2002. Theoretical base, necessity and feasibility of an integrated program of rural family planning and old age security. Population and Family Planning (Renkou yu Jihuashengyu). No. 5, 2002.

47)    Zeng, Yi*. 2002. Integration of family planning and old age security in rural China needs to go ahead. Population and Family Planning (Renkou yu Jihuashengyu). No. 5, 2002.

48)    Zeng, Yi*. 2004. New Progress and Perspectives of the Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey. Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), special issue. 2004.

49)    Zeng, Yi*, Liu Yuzhi, Zhang Chunyuan, Xiao Zhenyu. 2004. Socioeconomic and Health Status of the Oldest-Old in China. Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), specila issue, 2004.

50)    Gu, Danan* and Zeng,Yi. 2004. Disability Dynamics and Socioeconomic Characteristics among Chinese Oldest-Old. Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), specila issue, 2004.

51)    Zeng, Yi*. 2004. Comments, Test, and Sensitivity Analysis on the Bongaarts-Feeney Method. Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue). No. 1, 2004.

52)    Gu, Danan* and Yi Zeng. 2004. Socio-Demographic Effects on ADL Dynamics among Chinese Oldest-old. Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), Special issue, Pp. 14-21.

53)    Zeng, Yi* and James W. Vaupel. 2004. Late Childbearing and Healthy Longevity.

Population Research (Renkou Yanjiu), No. 2, 2004.

54)    Zeng,Yi* and James W. Vaupel. 2004. Mortality at Oldest Old Ages in China and a Comparison to Sweden and Japan. Population and Economics (Renkou yu Jingji), No. 3, 2004.

55)    Zeng, Yi* and Zhenglian Wang. 2004. Dynamic of Family and Living Arrangement of the Elderly in China: Lessons Learned from the 2000 Census. Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue). No. 5, 2004.

56)    Zeng, Yi*. 2005. Population Aging, Pension Deficits and Old Age Insurance Program in China. Economic Quarterly (Jingjixue Jikan). No. 3, 2005, Pp. 1043-1066.

57)    Zeng,Yi*. 2005. Smooth Transition to the Two-Child Policy Using Late-Childbearing as A Lever. Population and Economic (Renkou yu Jingji). No. 2, 2005.

58)    Zeng,Yi*. 2006. State managed old age insurance system and population security. China Social Security (Zhongguo Shehui Baozhang) . 2006, No. 8: 22-23.

59)    Zeng,Yi*. 2006. A Soft-landing with the two-child-late-birth policy: need and feasibility.

Social Sciences of China (Zhongguo Shehui Kexue), Issue 58, 2006, No. 2: 93-109.

60)    Gu, Danan* and Yi Zeng. 2006. Changes of Disability in Activities of Daily Living among the Chinese Elderly from 1992 to 2002. Population & Economics (Renkou yu Jingji). 2006 No. 4: 9-13.

61)    Zeng,Yi*, Danan Gu, and Ken Land, 2007. Extension of the Method for Estimating the Health Life Expectancy and Application to the Chinese Oldest-Old. Chinese Journal of Population Science (Zhongguo Renkou Kexue), No. 6, 2007.

62)    Gu, Danan; Liu, Yuzhi; Zhang, Yingxin; Ren, Hong; and Zeng, Yi. 2007. Analysis of number of days needing full-time care before dying among the Chinese elderly. Population and Economics (Renkou yu Jingji), No.6. pp. 51-58 (in Chinese)

63)    Gu, Danan*; Zeng, Yi; Liu, Yuzhi; and Zeng, Xianxin. 2007. Frailty Index and Its Association with Suffering Death. Population Research (Renkou Yanjiu), 5, 35-41.

64)    Zeng, Yi*, 2009. Past, Present and Future of Demography. Population Research (Renkou Yanjiu), 2009, No. 5 (this article was selected and fully transshipped as an important academic review by Xinhua Digest, 2009 (24); Xinhua Digest is the most prestigious Digest in China).

65)    Jiang, Cheng, Danan Gu, Yuzhi Liu, Yi Zeng, 2009*. Care costs analysis of the Chinese elderly – a multistate life table method. Population Research (Renkou Yanjiu), 2009, No. 3.

66)    Zeng, Yi*. 2009. Soft-landing of the two-child plus spacing policy is helpful to resolve the problems of high sex ratio at birth in China. Journal of Social Science (Shehui Kexue), No.

8, 2009 Pp. 54-59.

67)    Zeng,Yi*. 2009. Chinese fertility policy urgently needs soft-landing transition. Social

Science Weekly, issues of Jan. 15 and Jan. 22, 2009 (continuously published in two issues).

68)    Zeng, Yi and Wang Zhenglian.2010. "Projection and strategy analysis on the aging of households in the Eastern, Middle and Western regions of China in the 21th century", Population and Economics (Renkou yu Jingji), 2010 (2). (In Chinese).

69)    Shi, Xiaoming and Yi Zeng. 2010. Strengthening the healthy aging research to face the challenge of population aging”, Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine (Zhonghua Yufang Yixue Zazhi), 2010, 44 (2) (In Chinese)

70)    Shi, Xiaoming*, Zhaoxue Yin, Hanzhu Qian, Yi Zhai, Yuzhi Liu, Jianwei Xu, Yi Zeng*.2010. An analysis on chronic diseases and the relevant health indicators of centenarians in the longevity areas in China”, Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine (Zhonghua Yufang Yixue Zazhi), 2010, 44 (2). P.101-107. (In Chinese).

71)    Yin, Zhaoxue, Xiaoming Shi*, Jianwei Xu, Yi Zhai, Yuzhi Liu, Yi Zeng*.2010. The levels of superoxide dismutase and malondialdehyde in the serum of long-life people aged 90+ in longevity areas in China: status and determinants”, Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine (Zhonghua Yufang Yixue Zazhi), 2010, 44 (2), P.123-127. (In Chinese).

72)    Xu, Jianwei, Xiaoming Shi*, Zhaoxue Yin, Yuzhi Liu, Yi Zhai, Yi Zeng*. 2010. A analysis of the plasma trace element levels of long-life people aged 90+ in longevity areas in China”, Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine (Zhonghua Yufang Yixue Zazhi), 2010, 44 (2),p.119-122. (In Chinese).

73)    Zhai, Yi, Zhaoxue Yin, Jianwei Xu, Yi Zeng*, Yuzhi Liu, Xiaoming Shi*. 2010 The anemia of the oldest-old aged 80+ in longevity areas in China: status and determinants”, Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine (Zhonghua Yufang Yixue Zazhi), 2010, 44 (2),p115-118. (In Chinese).

74)    Zeng, Yi* and Ke Shen. 2010. A analysis on the multi-dimensional health indicators of the

elderly in China”, Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine (Zhonghua Yufang Yixue Zazhi), 2010, 44 (2) (In Chinese).

75)    Xu, Jian-wei, Zhai Yi, Yin Zhao-xue, Shi Xiao-ming*, Liu Yu-zhi and Zeng Yi*.2010.Analysis of the prevalence and affecting factors of hyperuricemia in middle and old aged people in longevity areas of China. Chinese Journal of Rheumatology (Zhonghua Fengshibing Zazhi). 2011,15(3):155-158.

76)    Xu, Jian-Wei, Shi Xiao-Ming*, Chen Liang, Chui Yi, Yin Zhaoxue, Liu Yuzhi, Zeng Yi*. 2011.Epidemiological study of chronic kidney disease of centenarians in longevity area in China”, Chinese Journal of Gerontology (Zhongguo Laonianxue Zazhi), 2011, 7(31): 2530- 2533.

77)    Xu, Jian-wei, Yin Zhao-xue, Shi Xiao-ming1*, Zhai Yi, Liu Yu-zhi, Zeng Yi*. 2011. Association between serum uric acid and triglyceride in middle age and elderly population”, Journal of Shanxi Medical University (Shanxiyikedaxue Xuebao), 2011(07), 42(7): 562-565.

78)    Zhai, Yi, Shi Xiao-ming*, Qian Han-zhu, Simon Michael Fitzgerald, Zeng Yi,Yin Zhao-xue, Xu Jian-wei and Liu Yu-zhi.2011.Association of anemia with cognition among senior female in China. Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine (Zhonghua Yufang Yixue Zazhi),2011,45(9):802-805.

79)    Xu Jian-wei,Chen Liang, Shi Xiao-ming*, Yin Zhao-xue,Zhai Yi, Liu Yu-zhi and Zeng Yi.2011.Association study of risk factors for cardiovascular disease with chronic kidney disease in longevity areas.Chinese Journal of Disease Control & Preventation (Zhonghua Jibing Kongzhi Zazhi), 2011, 15(12):1011-1013.

80)    Zeng, Yi*. 2011. A review on international trends in interdisciplinary research of factors affecting healthy aging”, Chinese Science Bulletin (Kexue Tongbao), 2011, 56(35): 2929- 2940.

81)    Xu, Jian-wei,Shi Xiao-ming,Zhai Yi,Yin Zhao-xue,Liu Yu-zhi and Zeng Yi.Association between serum uric acid and early kidney damage in middle-aged and elderly in longevity areas.Modern Preventive Medicine (Xiandai Yufang Yixue), 2012, 39(18):4643-4645.

82)    Yin, Zhao-xue,Shi Xiao-ming,Xu Jian-wei,Zhai Yi,Liu Yu-zhi and Zeng Yi.Study on lifestyle and biomarkers of centenarian in longevity areas in China. Chinese Journal of Disease Control & Prevention (Zhonghua Jibing Kongzhi Zazhi), 2012, 16(6):490-494.

83)    Yin, Zhao-xue,Shi Xiao-ming,Zeng Yi ,Zhai Yi, Xu Jian-wei, and Liu Yu-zhi. Study of multi- dimension effect factors of activities of daily life in the oldest old. Geriatrics & Health Care (Laonian Yixue yu Baojian), 2012, 18(2):87-90,93.

84)    Yin, Zhao-xue,Shi Xiao-ming, Xu Jian-wei, Zhai Yi, Liu Yu-zhi and Zeng Yi.2012. Association between the hypersensitive C-reactive protein and diabetes in the senile elders,” Chinese Journal of Diabetes (Zhongguo Tangniaobing Zazhi),2012,20(5):332-335.

85)    Zeng, Yi*. 2012. Interdisciplinary research on healthy aging: Social, behavioral, environmental, genetic factors and their interactions”, Chinese Journal of Health Policy (Zhongguo Weisheng Zhengce Yanjiu), February 2012, Vol. 5, No.2.

86)    Zeng,Yi*. 2012. Universal two-child policy is a win-win option for citizens and the nation.

Social Observation (Shehui Guancha), No. 9, 2012. (Cover page article).

87)    Zeng, Yi, Chen Huashuai and Wang Zhenglian.2012.Analysis on Trends of Future Home- based Care Needs and Costs for Elderly in China,” Economic Research, 2012, No. 10.

88)    Zeng, Yi*.2013. Considering current population policy in China. Administration Reform (Xingzheng Guanli Gaige), 2013, No. 5: 24-31.

89)    Chen, Huashuai and Zeng Yi. 2013. Who benefits more from The New Rural Society Endowment Insurance Program in China: Elderly or Their Adult Children? Economic Research (Jingji Yanjiu), 2013, 8:55-67.

90)    Zeng, Yi*. 2013. Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey -- to Facilitate Deeper Research and Better Policy for Healthy Aging (I). Scientific Research on Aging (Laoling

kexue Yanjiu), 1: 65-72.

91)    Zeng, Yi*. 2013. Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey -- to Facilitate Deeper Research and Better Policy for Healthy Aging (II). Scientific Research on Aging (Laoling kexue Yanjiu), 2:63-71.

92)    Zeng, Yi*. 2013. Universal two-child policy and promoting adequate late childbearing.

Finance, No. 365, 2013/08/19.

93)    Zeng, Yi*.2013.Open two-child policy as soon as possible. Yinda Banking. 2013, No. 9: 51- 52.

94)    Zeng, Yi*. 2013. Optimizing the fertility policy adjustment. Finance, No. 370, 2013/10/07.

95)    Zeng, Yi*. 2013. Unchanged fertility policy would danmage the great programs of Chinese revive. Shanghai Economics (Shanghai Jingji).

96)    Zhai Yi Xu Jianwei Shi Xiaoming* Yin Zhaoxue Zeng Yi* Liu Yuzhi, 2013.

Association between elevated serum high sensitive C-reactive protein and renal function

among longevous people in China, Chinese Journal of Geriatrics (Zhonghua Laonian Yixue Zazhi), 2013, 32(3):296-299.

97)    Wang Weijin, Yi Zeng, Lu Jiehua. 2014. Passive Smoking and Its Health Risk among Chinese Elderly: A Life Course Perspective. Population Research (Renkou Yanjiu), 2014, No. 1: 98-112.

98)    Zeng, Yi*. 2014. Consideration of contnuing improvement of fertility policy. Chinas State Reality and Power (Zhongguo Guoqing Guoli). 2014, No. 2: 59-61.

99)    Zeng, Yi*, Danan GuJama PurserHelen HoenigNicholas Christakis. 2014.

Associations of Environmental Factors with Health and Mortality among Chinese Elderly.

Chinese Journal of Health Policy (Zhongguo Weisheng Zhengce Yanjiu), Vol. 7, No. 6: 53- 62.

100)    Zeng, Yi*, Lingguo Cheng, Rongping Ruan, Huashuai Chen, Jianxin Li, Fengyu Zhang, Wei Tao, Jun Gu, Xiao-Li Tian, 2014. Effects of Interactions between Environmental and Genetic Factors on Health Aging --A Review on the Relevant Prior Research. Medicine and Philosophy (Yixue yu Zhexue), Vol. 35, No. 9A (Total No. 508):1-6 (in Chinese with English abstract).

101)    Chen, Huashuai, Li Wen and Yi Zeng. 2014. Who are the Benefitors of the New Rural Society Endowment Insurance Program: Elderly or Their Adult Children? Tianjin Social Security (Tianjin Shehui Baoxian). 2014 (1): 015.

102)    Zeng, Yi*, 2015, Implementing the universal two-child policy as soon as possible to realize the balanced development of population and socioeconomics in China”,Chinese Population Yearbook (2014), China Academy of Social Sciences (published in Jan. 2015),

103)    Zeng, Yi*, 2015. Implementing the universal two-child policy as soon as possible is a win-win policy for both the nation and people. Population and Economics (Renkou yu Jingji), No. 5, 2015.

104)    Zeng, Yi*, 2016. Ignored Hu Huanrong households density line: the impacts of trends of smaller households on energy consumption and sustainable development. Exploration and Contend (Tansuo yu Zhengming). No. 1, 2016.

105)    Zeng, Yi*. 2017. Malthus Population Theory will Continue to be Wrong. Chinese Science Bulletin (Kexue Tongbao). 62(21), 2335-2345(2017); http://engine.scichina.com/doi/10.1360/N972016-00753

106)    Zeng, Yi*, Qiushi Feng,Therese Hesketh, Kaare Christensen, James W Vaupel (2017):

Analysis on the Trends of Disability and Mortality among the Oldest-Old in Chin, Population Research41(4):22-32 (2017).

107)    Zeng, Yi, Hangang Hu (2017),Integrate administrations of health, family planning, and

population aging, to promote well-being of billions familiesPopulation and Economics

(Renkou yu Jingji),223 (04):36~42.

108)    Zeng, Yi (2018). Encouraging Couples to Have Two Children Would Not Only Benefit the

Country and People But Also Helpful for China to Ensure Food Security. Science & Technology for Development. Vol. 14, No. 1: 7-16.

109)    Zeng, Yi (2021), Improving population policy and promoting family patterns of

respecting the aged, caring for the young and intergenerational assistance. Science & Technology Review, 39(3).

 

2.3.    Articles in Chinese as chapters in peer-reviewed books published in China (excluding chapters of the books totally written by or mostly written by Yi Zeng)

1)    Zeng,Yi. 1981. On Some Problems About the Development of the Huanglu Forestry Center and Location of Forest Industry in the Northern Region of Jiangxi Province. Collection of Selected Articles of the Department of Geography, East China Normal University, Shanghai.

2)    Zeng,Yi. 1981. A Preliminary Probe of the Quantitative Analysis of the Cotton-grain Production Structure of Peng Ze County, Jiangxi Province. Collection of Selected Articles of the Department of Geography, East China Normal University, Shanghai.

3)    Zeng,Yi. 1984. Raising the Education Level and Population Control in Rural Areas in China. Articles on Population Research (Renkou Yanjiu Lunwenji). Vol. 3. East China Normal University Press, 1984.

4)    Zeng,Yi and J. Vaupel. 1987. Urbanization and Population Growth. In Proceedings of International Conference on Urbanization, Tianjing, Published by Nankai University.

5)    Zeng,Yi and J. Vaupel. 1992. Analysis on Some Contradictory Issues in the Process of Future Population Development. Pp. 18-42 in Research on Population and Development in Modern China, edited by Yu Jinyuan. Beijing: Chinese Social Press.

6)    Zeng,Yi. 1993. Population and Sustainable Development. In: Chinese version of proceedings of International Workshop on China's Agenda 21 Century.

7)    Zeng,Yi. 1994. Population Programs and Social Sustainable Development. In Sustainable Development in China, edited by Ye Wenhu and Chen Jichen. Beijing: Peking University Press.

8)    Zeng,Yi. 1996. Chapter 2: Changes in age at first marriage and the interval between first marriage and first birth. Chapter 6: Estimates and Analysis of rates of leaving the parental home. In Analysis on Marriage and Family in China, Part Seven of Analysis of the Data of the 1990 National Census in China, edited by Zha Ruichuan, Yi Zeng, and Guo Zhigang. Beijing: Higher Education Press.

9)    Zeng,Yi. 1996. Chapter 1: Model of multi-regional population projection. Chapter 2: Fertility models and projection of parameter. Chapter 7: The trend of changes in age structure of Chinese population in the future. Chapter 8: Policy considerations and discussion. In Multi-Regional Population Projection, Part Ten of Analysis of the Data of the 1990 National Census in China, edited by Zha Ruichuan, Yi Zeng, and Guo Zhigang. Beijing: Higher Education Press.

10)    Zeng,Yi, Xiao Zhenyu, Zhang Chunyuan, Liu Yuzhi, and James W. Vaupel. 2000. Evaluation on Data Quality of the Healthy Longevity Survey in China. Chapter 4, Data Collection of the 1998 Healthy Longevity Survey in China. Peking University Press.

11)    Zeng,Yi, Xiao Zhenyu, Zhang Chunyuan, Liu Yuzhi, and James W. Vaupel. 2000.

Sampling Design of the Healthy Longevity Survey in China. Chapter 2, Data Collection of 1998 Healthy Longevity Survey in China. Peking University Press.

12)    Zeng,Yi, Xiao Zhenyu, Zhang Chunyuan, Liu Yuzhi, and James W. Vaupel. 2000. Significance and Objectives of the Research Project on Determinants of Healthy Longevity in China. Chapter 1, Data Collection of 1998 Healthy Longevity Survey in China. Peking University Press.

13)    Zeng,Yi. 2004. Introduction to Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey. In: Zeng,Yi, Liu Yuzhi, Zhang Chunyuan, and Xiao Zhenyu (eds.) 2004. Analysis on Determinants of Healthy Longevity. Beijing: Peking University Press.

14)    Danan Gu and Yi Zeng. 2004. Data Quality Assessment of the Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey. Chapter 1 in: Zeng,Yi, Liu Yuzhi, Zhang Chunyuan, and Xiao Zhenyu (eds.) 2004. Analysis on Determinants of Healthy Longevity. Beijing: Peking University Press.

15)    Zeng,Yi, James Vaupel, Xiao Zhenyu, Zhang Chunyuan and Liu Yuzhi. 2004. Rural-Urban and Gender Differential of Active/Disability Life Expectancies among the Oldest-Old in China. Chapter 7 in: Zeng,Yi, Liu Yuzhi, Zhang Chunyuan, and Xiao Zhenyu (eds.) 2004. Analysis on Determinants of Healthy Longevity. Beijing: Peking University Press.

16)    Danan Gu and Yi Zeng. 2004. GoM Analysis of Healthy Longevity. Chapter 9 in: Zeng Yi, Liu Yuzhi, Zhang Chunyuan, and Xiao Zhenyu (eds.) 2004. Analysis on Determinants of Healthy Longevity. Beijing: Peking University Press.

17)    Zeng,Yi and James Vaupel. 2004. Association of Late Childbearing and Healthy Longevity among the Oldest-Old in China. Chapter 21 in: Zeng,Yi, Liu Yuzhi, Zhang Chunyuan, and Xiao Zhenyu (eds.) 2004. Analysis on Determinants of Healthy Longevity. Beijing: Peking University Press.

18)    Zeng,Yi and James Vaupel. 2004. Mortality Model at Oldest-Old Ages in China. Chapter 22 in: Zeng,Yi, Liu Yuzhi, Zhang Chunyuan, and Xiao Zhenyu (eds.) 2004. Analysis on Determinants of Healthy Longevity. Beijing: Peking University Press.

19)    Zeng,Yi and Danan Gu. 2004. International Studies on Elderly Life Quality. Chapter 26 in: Zeng,Yi, Liu Yuzhi, Zhang Chunyuan, and Xiao Zhenyu (eds.) 2004. Analysis on Determinants of Healthy Longevity. Beijing: Peking University Press.

20)    Zeng, Yi. 2006. Soft-landing of two-child and adequate late-childbearing policy: population strategy in 21st century. A chapter of Part II in: Zeng,Yi, Li Ling, Gu Baochang, and Lin Yifu (eds.). 2006. 21st Century Population and Economic Development in China. Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press of China.

21)    Zeng, Yi. 2010. Implement the soft-landing of two-child and adequate late-childbearing policy as soon as possible: from the angle of humanity-based scientifically sound development. Chapter 13 In: Zeng, Yi, Gu Baochang, and Guo Zhigang (eds.). 2010. Population and Economic Development in China under the low fertility. Beijing: Peking University Press.

22)    Zeng, Xianxin and Yi Zeng. 2010. Summary index of elderly healthy. Chapter 4 in: Zeng, Yi (ed.) 2010. Research on Elderly Population, Family, Health and Care Needs/Costs. Beijing: Sciences Press, 2010.

23)    Jiang, Cheng, Danan Gu, Yuzhi Liu and Yi Zeng, 2010. Multistate life table analysis of the elderly care costs in China. Chapter 11 in: Zeng, Yi (ed.) 2010. Research on Elderly Population, Family, Health and Care Needs/Costs. Beijing: Sciences Press, 2010.

24)    Zeng, Yi. 2010. Soft-landing of two-child and adequate late-childbearing policy is useful to resolve the serious problems of gender biases in family structure caused by high sex ratio at births. Chapter 16 in: Zeng, Yi (ed.) 2010. Research on Elderly Population, Family, Health and Care Needs/Costs. Beijing: Sciences Press, 2010.

25)    Zeng, Yi, Jiang Leiwen, Wang Zhenlian and Gu Danan: Analysis on the future trends of family households and elderly living arrangement in China. Chapter 12 in Yi Zeng (ed.) 2010. Research on Elderly Population, Family, Health and Care Needs and Costs, Sciences Publisher, Beijing.

26)    Zeng, Yi and Danan Gu, A Review on International Studies on Life Quality of Elderly”, Chapter 2 of the book entitled Demography”, edited by Zai Liang. Chinese Peoples University Press. 2012.

27)    Zeng, Yi, Propose to implement the soft-landing of two-child and adequate late- childbearing policy as soon as possible: lessons learned from analyzing the new data from the 2010 census. Chapter 4 in: Zeng, Yi, Baochang Gu, Jianzhang Liang, Zhigang Guo (eds.) 2013. Fertility Policy Adjustment and Development in China. Beijing: Social Science Academic Press (China).

28)    ZengYi*, Qiushi FengTherese HeskethKaare ChristensenJames W Vaupel (2018).

Trends of Dynamic Changes in Activities of Daily Living, Physical Performance, Cognitive

Function and Mortality Rates among the Oldest-old in China. In: Zeng, Yi, Jiehua Lu, Xiaoyan Lei and Xiaoming Shi (eds) 2018. Healthy Aging in China: Trends and Determinants; Chapter 4. Beijing: Science Press.

29)    ZengYi*, Huashuai ChenZhenglian Wang (2018). Analysis on Trends of Future Home-

based Care Needs and Costs for Elderly in China. In: Zeng, Yi, Jiehua Lu, Xiaoyan Lei and

Xiaoming Shi (eds) 2018. Healthy Aging in China: Trends and Determinants; Chapter 6. Beijing: Science Press.

30)    Chen, Huashuai Chen and Yi Zeng (2018). Effects of the New Rural Society Endowment Insurance Program on Intergenerational Transfer. In: Zeng, Yi, Jiehua Lu, Xiaoyan Lei and Xiaoming Shi (eds) 2018. Healthy Aging in China: Trends and Determinants; Chapter 14. Beijing: Science Press.

31)    Zeng Yi* Danan Gu Jama Purser Helen Hoenig Nicholas Christakis (2018).

Associations of Community Environmental Factors with Elderly Health and Mortality in

China. In: Zeng, Yi, Jiehua Lu, Xiaoyan Lei and Xiaoming Shi (eds) 2018. Healthy Aging in China: Trends and Determinants; Chapter 17. Beijing: Science Press.

32)    ZengYi*, Lingguo ChengRongping RuanHuashuai ChenJiehua LuJianxin Li Fengyu ZhangJun GuXiaoli Tian (2018). Effects of Interactions between Environmental and Genetic Factors on Health Aging: A Review on the Relevant Prior Research. In: Zeng,

Yi, Jiehua Lu, Xiaoyan Lei and Xiaoming Shi (eds) 2018. Healthy Aging in China: Trends and Determinants; Chapter 18. Beijing: Science Press.

33)    Zeng, Yi* (2018). Implementing the Universal Two-child Policy is Largely Beneficial for Facing the Serious Challenges of Population Aging in China. In: Zeng, Yi, Jiehua Lu, Xiaoyan Lei and Xiaoming Shi (eds) 2018. Healthy Aging in China: Trends and Determinants; Chapter 27. Beijing: Science Press.

34)    Zeng, Yi* and Angang Hu (2018). Integrate Administrations of Health, Family Planning, and Population Aging, to Promote Well-being of Billions Families. In: Zeng, Yi, Jiehua Lu, Xiaoyan Lei and Xiaoming Shi (eds) 2018. Healthy Aging in China: Trends and Determinants; Chapter 28. Beijing: Science Press.

35)    Zeng, Yi (2021). Overview of the Basic Science Research on Determinants and Effective Interventions of Elderly Population Health in China, Chapter 1, in Zeng, Yi (ed.), Basic Science Research on Determinants and Effective Interventions of Elderly Population Health

in China, Science Press, Beijing, 2021, in press.

36)    She, Ke and Zeng, Yi (2021). Significant Contributions of Resilience to Healthy Longevity in China – Analysis Based on CLHLS Datasets, Chapter 7, in Zeng, Yi (ed.), Basic Science Research on Determinants and Effective Interventions of Elderly Population Health in China, Science Press, Beijing, 2021, in press.

37)    Xiong, Wanru, Danan Gu and Yi Zeng (2021). Whole country Single-age-specific Life Tables (ages 0-105) by Sex and Urban/Rural Areas, Chapter 21, in Zeng, Yi (ed.), Basic Science Research on Determinants and Effective Interventions of Elderly Population Health in China, Science Press, Beijing, 2021, in press.

38)        Chen, Huashuai and Zeng, Yi (2021). Family Genetics of Healthy Longevity of the Oldest- old based on Survey Data Analyses, Chapter 25, in Zeng, Yi (ed.), Basic Science Research on Determinants and Effective Interventions of Elderly Population Health in China, Science Press, Beijing, 2021, in press.

39)    An, Peng, Qindian Mu, Chao Nie and Junxia Min and Yi Zeng (2021). Genome-Wide Association Study (GWAS) of Longevity in Han Chinese, Chapter 26, in Zeng, Yi (ed.), Basic Science Research on Determinants and Effective Interventions of Elderly Population Health in China, Science Press, Beijing, 2021, in press.

40)    Xie, Enjun, Biyao Tang, Chao Nie and Junxia Min and Yi Zeng (2021). Sex Differences in Genetic Associations with Longevity based on Sex-specific GWAS Analyses, Chapter 27, in Zeng, Yi (ed.), Basic Science Research on Determinants and Effective Interventions of Elderly Population Health in China, Science Press, Beijing, 2021, in press.

41)    Chen, Huashuai, Rongping Ruan, Lingguo Cheng and Yi Zeng (2021). Effects of Interactions between FOXO Genotypes and Tea Drinking on Elderly Health, Chapter 29, in Zeng, Yi (ed.), Basic Science Research on Determinants and Effective Interventions of Elderly Population Health in China, Science Press, Beijing, 2021, in press.

42)    Cheng, Lingguo and Yi Zeng (2021). Interactions between Regular Exercise, Social Leisure Activities, Negative Emotion, and ADRB2 Genotypes are Significantly Associated with Health of the Oldest-old, Chapter 30, in Zeng, Yi (ed.), Basic Science Research on Determinants and Effective Interventions of Elderly Population Health in China, Science Press, Beijing, 2021, in press.

43)    Zeng, Yi (2021). Conclusions: Prospects of Further Research, Chapter 31, in Zeng, Yi (ed.), Basic Science Research on Determinants and Effective Interventions of Elderly Population Health in China, Science Press, Beijing, 2021, in press.

44)    Zeng, Yi (2021). Summary of the Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Surveys (CLHLS) (1998-2018), Chapter 1, in: Zheng, Zhenzhen, Xiaoming Shi, Xiaoyan Lei and Yi Zeng (eds.), Science Press, Beijing, 2021, in press.

45)    Zeng, Yi, Chen Bai and Zhenzhen Zheng (2021). Samples Design, Chapter 3, in: Zheng, Zhenzhen, Xiaoming Shi, Xiaoyan Lei and Yi Zeng (eds.), Science Press, Beijing, 2021, in press.

46)    Zeng, Yi (2021). Extensions of the Data Collections of Elderly Mental Healthy and Cognitions, Chapter 3, in: Zheng, Zhenzhen, Xiaoming Shi, Xiaoyan Lei and Yi Zeng (eds.), Science Press, Beijing, 2021, in press.

 

2.4.    Policy research reports

1)    Zeng, Yi (1999), The characteristics of Chinese population ageing and relative policies. Submitted to National Population and Family Planning Commission of P.R. China.

2)    Zeng, Yi (1999), The marriage and family structure of the elderly and relevant policy suggestions. Submitted to National Population and Family Planning Commission of P.R. China.

3)    Zeng, Yi (2000), The integrated project of rural family planning high quality services and

old age insurance program—The historic opportunity faced by family planning system. Submitted to National Population and Family Planning Commission of China.

4)    Zeng, Yi (2003), The new prediction methods of household and its application. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No.10, 2003.

5)    Zeng, Yi and Hangang Hu (2003), Suggestions about attentions and studies on rapidly increasing dis-advantaged social group of oldest-old, 2003. This policy report received written notice by Vice Premier Hui Liangyu on Sept. 11, 2003. Mainly based on this policy report, the China National Aging Committee issued No. 48 (2003) official note; since then, oldest-old people received much more attentions nationwide.

6)    Zeng, Yi (2003), Li Ling, Yi Gang, Health care reform and old-age security system. Chinas Economic Outlook Forum, 2003.

7)    Zeng, Yi (2004), It is not appropriate to cancel the child-bearing interval policy, but should make smooth transition to the two-child plus interval policy. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No. 24, 2004.

8)    Zeng, Yi (2004), Lu Xueyi, Huang Jikun, P. Shultz. Rural, urbanization and population problems. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No. 44, 2004.

9)    Zeng, Yi (2004), et al. Population windows and its impacts: international experience and Chinas reality. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No. 16, 2004.

10)    Zeng, Yi, M. Feldstein, R. Moffitt, Zhao Yaohui (2004), Social security and labor mobility. The sixth NBER-CCER annual meeting, 2004.

11)    Zeng, Yi (2005), Pension deficits and the rural old age insurance program managed by the government. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No. 45, 2005.

12)    Zeng, Yi (2005), Comprehensive reform of the family planning and rural old-age insurance program—report of the investigation in Jiangsu and Jiangxi. Investigation and Research, published by the general office of National Population and Family Planning Commission of P.R. China, 2005, No. 18.

13)    Zeng, Yi (2005), Necessity and feasibility of the universal two-child policy (with adequate late childbearing). China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No. 1, 2006. The earlier version of this policy report was submitted to and noted in written by former Premier Wen Jiabao on 28 Sept. 2005 and former vice secretary general of State Council Hua Jianmin on 29 Sept. 2005. Premier Wen Jiabao transferred Zengs this policy report to the Minister of State Commission of Family Planning (SCFM) and SCFM invited Zeng to present a lecture on the contents pf this policy report to more than 35 high rank officers at SCFM office building.

14)    Zeng, Yi (2006), The opportunity for adjustment of the fertility policy to solve the high sex ratio problem. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No. 52, 2006.

15)    Zeng, Yi (2006), Population ageing, the soft-landing of the two-child policy and the economic and social development. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No.6, 2006.

16)    Zeng, Yi (2006), Necessity and feasibility to implement the soft-landing of two-child and late childbearing policy. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No.1, 2006.

17)    Zeng, Yi (2006), Considerations and discussions about the policy of only allowing the only-child couples to have two children. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No.2, 2006.

18)    Zeng, Yi (2006), Implementing as soon as possible the soft-landing of two-child and late child-bearing policy to solve the problem of high sex ratio. The national status report, Chinese Academy of sciences-Tsinghua University, 2006 (S1).

19)    Zeng, Yi (2007), Policy suggestions on implementing the soft-landing of two-child and late childbearing policy. The national status report, Chinese Academy of sciences-

Tsinghua University, 2007 (3).

20)    Zeng, Yi, Hu Angang (2007). Big population strategy: The urge of integrating family planning and population aging programs. The national status report, Chinese Academy of sciences-Tsinghua University, 2007 (5).

21)    Zeng, Yi (2007), A daughter is better than a son to their parents old age support in rural China. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No. 25, 2007.

22)    Zeng, Yi (2008), Chinas population ageing and population pressure on social economic development. CCER, High-level Forum in memory of the reform and open 30th anniversary. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No. 49, 2008.

23)    Zeng, Yi (2008), Implementing the soft-landing of two-child and late childbearing policy is the most important to carry out people-oriented scientific development strategy. Internal policy advisory report, submitted Sept. 2008 to Li Keqiang, Vice Premier then and National Population and Family Planning Commission of China, and received written notice from Vice Premier Li.

24)    Zeng, Yi (2008), Comparative analysis of five different fertility policies options. Internal policy advisory report, submitted to National Population and Family Planning Commission of P.R. China, July, 2008.

25)    Zeng, Yi (2009), The smooth transition of the fertility policy: lessons learned from the successful experience of the two-child plus interval program in the pilot areas. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No. 34, 2009.

26)    Zeng, Yi (2009), Progress and perspectives of interdisciplinary research on determinants of Healthy Longevity in China. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No. 84, 2009.

27)    Zeng, Yi (2010), The Two-Child & Late Childbearing Policy--an Effective Way to Resolve the Serious Problem of High Sex Ratio at Birth in China. This policy report was selected as the Main Achievement Report No. 70 and submitted to all members of the Politburo of Communist Party of China, Premier, all Vice premiers, State Councilors, members of National peoples congress and Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, by Office of the National Social Science Foundation of China, August 2010.

28)    Zeng, Yi (2011), The current fertility policy and only allowing the only-child couples to have two children seriously and negatively affect the efforts for bringing down the sex ratio and governmental officers corruption. This policy report was submitted to top leaders of the Party, State Council, and National Population and Family Planning Commission of P.R. China, Aug. 2011.

29)    Zeng, Yi (2012), Adjusting the current fertility policy as soon as possible to implement the soft-landing of universal two-child with adequate spacing. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No.23, 2012. This policy report was submitted to Vice Premier Li Keqiang then and National Population and Family Planning Commission of P.R. China and received written notice from Vice Premier Li.

30)    Zeng, Yi (2012), Chinas new situation of ageing. Internal References of Reforms: High Level Reports (For Policymakers), http://www.nsd.edu.cn/cn/article.asp?articleid=16444

31)    Zeng, Yi (2012), Adjust the current fertility policy as soon as possible, and realize the goal

of the soft-landing of two-child and late childbearing. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No. 23, 2012.

32)    Zeng, Yi (2013), More than twenty well-known scholars wrote a book on Fertility policy adjustment and development in China. China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No.25, 2013.

33)    Zeng, Yi (2013), Delaying fertility policy reform is not good for developing educational and institutional dividends, China Center for Economic Research (CCER) Bulletin, No.24, 2013.

34)    Zeng, Yi (2013), Suggestion for implementing the universal two-child with adequate spacing policy. This policy report was selected/included as the main report of China National Development and Reforms Commission sponsored Internal Reference for Reforms • High-level Reports (Feb. 2013, No. 4), for the officers of Chinese central, provincial and local governments to read as internal reference materials of socioeconomic and policy reforms.

35)    Zeng, Yi (2013