Jason is a social statistician and demographer, whose current research focuses on methods for the probabilistic forecasting of the components components of demographic change: mortality, fertility and migration. He works in the areas of population forecasting, applied Bayesian statistics and simulation. He has been involved in consultancy work for the Greater London Authority, the European Asylum Support Office, and the Office of National Statistics, amongst others.
- Demographic Forecasting
- Bayesian Statistics
- Human Mortality
- Agent-based Modelling
- Modelling of Kinship
Jason's current research focuses on the probabilistic forecasting of demographic components, and on the modelling of kinship relationships.
Jason's teaches modules primarily in the areas of demographic methods and data science.