Kirk Scott

Professor

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • International Migration and Ethnic Relations
  • Economics and Business

Research

Kirk Scott’s research lies primarily in the intersection between immigrant integration and demography, with focuses on labor market integration in general, and its impact on demographic behavior in particular. To this end, interest has been both on the economic and demographic integration of immigrants themselves, as well as the pathways through which the children of immigrants integrate into the host society.  Parallel with these studies, Scott has become increasingly interested in the economic impacts of population ageing, and potential policy answers to the challenges caused by an ageing population.

Outreach

Scott is a past president of the Swedish Demographic Association and the Nordic Demographic Association, and served as Dean of the European Doctoral School of Demography 2009 – 2011. He currently serves the profession in a number of ways. He is a member of: the Council of Advisors for Population Europe, the Scientific Board for the European Doctoral School of Demography, the Scientific Advisory Board of the National Institute for the Study of Ageing and Later Life (NISAL). He represents the Swedish Research Council on the MONA reference group at Statistics Sweden.

Teaching

Scott is currently involved in teaching at the advanced level at the Department of Economic History. He also teaches courses at Karolinska Institute, Stockholm University, University of Rome la Sapienza, and is involved in a course for specialist doctors at Region Jönköping. Additionally, he is dean of the Research School in Economic Demography at the Centre for Economic Demography.

Recent research outputs

Kirk Scott 2017 Elder Law. Numhauser-Henning, A. (ed.). London: Edward Elgar Publishing, p. 33–52

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapter

Jonas Björk, Berglund, A., Härkönen, J. & Kirk Scott 2017 In : Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. 47, Suppl 17, p. 3-4

Research output: Contribution to journalDebate/Note/Editorial

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