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Tuljapurkar, S. 2009. Demography: Babies make a comeback. Nature 460, 693-694

Ozgul, A., S. Tuljapurkar, T. G. Benton, J. M. Pemberton, T. H.Clutton-Brock and T. Coulson. 2009. The Dynamics of Phenotypic Change and the Shrinking Sheep of St. Kilda. Science 325, 464-467.

Tuljapurkar, Shripad, Gaillard, Jean-Michel, Coulson, T. 2009. From stochastic demography to life histories and back. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. B. 364:1499-1509.

Metcalf, C. J. E., Horvitz, C. C., Tuljapurkar S., and Clark, D. A. 2009. A time to grow and a time to die: a new way to analyze the dynamics of size, light, age and death of tropical trees. Ecology 90:2766-78.

Recent (since 2008)
Tuljapurkar, Shripad; Steiner, Ulrich; Orzack, Steven. 2009. Dynamic Heterogeneity In Life Histories. Ecology Letters 12: 93-106.

Al-Khafaji, K., Tuljapurkar, S., Carey, J., and Page, R.  2009.  Hierarchical demography:  a general approach with an application to honeybees.  Ecology 90:556-566.

Tuljapurkar, Shripad. 2009. The Final Inequality: Variance In Age At Death. IN Demography and the Economy, John B. Shoven, Ed. University of Chicago Press, NBER (in press).

Tuljapurkar, Shripad, Gaillard, Jean-Michel, Coulson, T. 2009. From stochastic demography to life histories and back. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. B. 364:1499-1509.

Haridas, C,. Tuljapurkar, S., and Coulson, T. 2009. Estimating stochastic elasticities directly from longitudinal data. Ecology Letters 12: 806-812.

Metcalf, C. J. E., Horvitz, C. C., Tuljapurkar S., and Clark, D. A. 2009. A time to grow and a time to die: a new way to analyze the dynamics of size, light, age and death of tropical trees. Ecology 90:2766-78.

Ozgul, A., S. Tuljapurkar, T. G. Benton, J. M. Pemberton, T. H.Clutton-Brock and T. Coulson. 2009. The Dynamics of Phenotypic Change and the Shrinking Sheep of St. Kilda. Science 325, 464-467.

Tuljapurkar, S., U. Steiner. 2009. Dynamic heterogeneity and life histories. Annals NY Acad Sci. (To appear)

Tuljapurkar, S. 2009. Demography: Babies make a comeback. Nature 460, 693-694

Morris, W., Pfister, C., Tuljapurkar, S., Haridas, C., Boggs, C., Boyce, M., Bruna, E., Church, D., Coulson, T.,, Doak, D., Forsythe, S., Gaillard, J-M., Horvitz, C., Kalisz, S., Kendall, B., Knight, T., Lee, C. T., and Menges, E. 2008.  Longevity can buffer plant and animal populations against changing climatic variability.  Ecology:89(1) pp 19-25.

Lee, C., Tuljapurkar, S and Vitousek, P.  2008. Population and prehistory I: Food-dependent population growth in constant environments. Theoretical Population Biology 73:473–482

Tuljapurkar, S. 2008.  The UPE forecasts:  strengths, innovations, developments.  In:  Uncertain Demographics and Fiscal Sustainability, J. Alho, S. Jensen and J. Lassila, eds., Cambridge University Press, pp. 55-61.

Jones, Owen, Gaillard, J-M., Tuljapurkar, S., et al 2008.  Senescence rates are determined by ranking on the fast-slow life-history continuum.  Ecology Letters 11: 664 673.

Horvitz, C.C. and Tuljapurkar, S., 2008.  State Dynamics, Period Survival And Mortality Plateaus.  American Naturalist 172:  203-215.

Coulson, T. and Tuljapurkar, S. 2008.  The dynamics of a quantitative trait in an age-structured population living in a variable environment.  American Naturalist 172: 599-612.

Koons, D., Metcalf, C. J. E. and Tuljapurkar, S.  2008.  Evolution of delayed reproduction in uncertain environments:  a life history perspective.  American Naturalist 172(6):797-805.

Tuljapurkar, S. 2008.  Mortality Declines, Longevity Risk and Aging.  Asia-Pacific Journal of Risk and Insurance 3(1): 37-51.

Bhattacharjya, Debarun, Anant Sudarshan, Shripad Tuljapurkar, Ross Shachter, Marcus Feldman. 2008. How can economic schemes curtail the increasing sex ratio at birth in China? Demographic Research 19:1831 – 1850.

Puleston, C. and Tuljapurkar, S.  2008.  Population and prehistory II:  Space-limited human populations in constant environments.  Theoretical Population Biology 74:147-160.

Lee, C. T., Puleston, C. and Tuljapurkar, S.  2009.  Population and prehistory III:  Space-limited human populations in constant environments.  Theoretical Population Biology 76:179-188.

Almost  complete list of earlier publications
Tuljapurkar, S.  2007.  Stable Population Theory.  Entry in the New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics.  MacMillan Publications, UK.

Tuljapurkar, S., Lee, C. and Figgs, M.   2007.  Demography and Food in Early Polynesia.  In:  The Growth and Collapse of Pacific Island Societies, P. V. Kirch and J. Rallu eds., University of Hawaii Press, pp. 35-51.

Kirch, Patrick V. , Chadwick, Oliver A., Tuljapurkar, Shripad , Ladefoged, Thegn , Graves, Michael,  Hotchkiss, Sara and Vitousek, Peter,  2007. Human Ecodynamics in the Hawaiian Ecosystem, from 1200 to 200 YR BP.     In:  Model-Based Archaeology of  Socionatural Systems (Chapter 6), T. Kohler and S. Van der Leuw, Eds., SAR Press, Santa Fe, NM.

Haridas, C. V. and  Tuljapurkar, S., 2007.  Time, transients and elasticity: Ecology Letters 10: 1143-1153.

Pelletier, F., Clutton-Brock, T., Pemberton, J., Tuljapurkar, S., and Coulson, T., 2007.  The Evolutionary Demography of Ecological Change:  Linking Trait Variation and Population Growth.  Science:315, 1571:1574.

Al-Khafaji K., Tuljapurkar, S., Horvitz, C. and  Koop, A., 2007.  Detecting variability in demographic rates: Randomization with the Kullback-Leibler distance.   Journal of Ecology 95:1370-1380.

Tuljapurkar, S., Puleston, C.O., Gurven, M.D.  2007 Why Men Matter: Mating Patterns Drive Evolution of Human Lifespan. PLoS ONE 2(8): e785. doi:10.1371.

Boyce, M. S., Haridas, C., Lee, C., and Tuljapurkar, S.  2006. The NCEAS Stochastic Demography Working Group.  Demography in an increasingly variable world. TREE 21: 141-148.

Lee, C. and Tuljapurkar, S.  2006. Risky business: temporal and spatial variation in preindustrial Pacific dryland agriculture. Human Ecology 34(6): 739-763.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Horvitz, C.  2006. From Stage To Age In Variable Environments: Life Expectancy And Survivorship. Ecology 87: 1497-1509

Horvitz, C. C., Tuljapurkar, S. and Pascarella, J.B. 2006. Plant–Animal Interactions in Random Environments: Habitat-Stage Elasticity, Seed Predators, And Hurricanes. Ecology 86:3312-3322.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Haridas, C.V. 2006. Temporal autocorrelation and stochastic population growth. Ecology Letters 9: 327-337

Gauthier, A., Tuljapurkar, S., and Chu, C.  2006. Introduction.  In:  Allocating Public And Private Resources Across Generations: Riding the Age Waves. Eds., Anne Gauthier, Cyrus Chu, Shripad Tuljapurkar, Ian Pool, Vipan Prachuabmoh.  IUSSP series on population studies. Springer Verlag (In press).

Morris, W.F., Tuljapurkar, S., Haridas, C.V., Menges, E.S., Horvitz, C.C., and Pfister, C.A.  2006.  Sensitivity of the population growth rate to demographic variability within and between phases of the disturbance cycle.  Ecology Letters 9:1331-1341.

Tuljapurkar, S.  2006.  Population forecasts, Fiscal Policy and Risk.  In Press  Government Spending on the Elderly, Dmitri B. Papadimitriou, Ed. Palgrave Macmillan, NY.
Lee, R., Tuljapurkar, S., and Edwards, R.  2005. Uncertain Demographic Futures and Government Budgets in the US.  To appear in S. Tuljapurkar and N. Ogawa, eds., Responses to Aging in Advanced Industrial States:  Riding the Age Waves.

Tuljapurkar, S.  2005. Stochastic dynamics of retirement systems: models and policy.  To appear in S. Tuljapurkar and N. Ogawa, eds., Responses to Aging in Advanced Industrial States: Riding the Age Waves.

Li, N. and Tuljapurkar, S.  2005. A Formal Model of Age Structural Transitions, In:  Population, Resources and Development: Riding the Age Waves. Eds., Shripad Tuljapurkar, Ian Pool, Vipan Prachuabmoh. Volume 1 of the new IUSSP series on population studies. Springer Verlag.

Feldman, M.W., S. Li, N. Li, S. Tuljapurkar, and X. Jin. 2005. Son preference, marriage, and intergenerational transfer in rural China. Pp. 232-255 in S. Bowles, H. Gintis, and M.A. Osborne (eds), Unequal Chances: Family Background and Economic Success. Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J.

Feldman, M.W., Li Shuzhuo, Li Nan, S. Tuljapurkar, and X. Jin. Son preference, marriage, and intergenerational transfers in rural China. Chapter 6, pp. 139 - 163, in A. Gauthier, C. Chu, and S.D. Tuljapurkar (eds.), Allocating Public And Private Resources Across Generations: Riding the Age Waves 2. International Studies in Population, Vol. 3 . Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.

Tuljapurkar, S.  2005. Structural and Policy Consequences of Mortality and Fertility Decline, In:  Population, Resources and Development: Riding the Age Waves. Eds., Shripad Tuljapurkar, Ian Pool, Vipan Prachuabmoh. Volume 1 of  the new IUSSP series on population studies. Springer Verlag.

Tuljapurkar, S., Chu, C., Gauthier, A., Ogawa, N., Pool, I. and Prachuabmoh, V.  2005. Series Preface, In:  Population, Resources and Development: Riding the Age Waves. Eds., Shripad Tuljapurkar, Ian Pool, Vipan Prachuabmoh. Volume 1 of the new IUSSP series on population studies. Springer Verlag.

Pool, I., Prachuabmoh, V. and Tuljapurkar, S.  2005.  Introduction. In:  Population, Resources and Development: Riding the Age Waves. Eds., Shripad Tuljapurkar, Ian Pool, Vipan Prachuabmoh. Volume 1 of the new IUSSP series on population studies. Springer Verlag.

Edwards, R., and Tuljapurkar, S. 2005. Inequality in Life Spans and a New Perspective on Mortality Convergence Across Industrialized Countries. Population and Development Review 31(4):645–674

Haridas, C. and Tuljapurkar, S.  2005. Elasticities in Variable Environments: Properties and Implications. American Naturalist 166: 481-495.

Tuljapurkar, S.  2005. Future Mortality: A Bumpy Road to Shangri-La? Sci. Aging Knowl. Environ., Vol. 2005, Issue 14, p. 9, 6 April 2005.

Tuljapurkar, S.  2005. Stochastic Forecasts of mortality, population and pension systems. In Keiman, N. (ed.), Perspectives on Mortality Forecasting, II. Probabilistic Models, Social Insurance Studies, No. 2, Swedish Social Insurance Agency, Stockholm.
Tuljapurkar, S., Horvitz, C. and Pascarella, J.  2004.  The Many Growth Rates and Elasticities of Populations in Random Environments:  Correction.  American Naturalist 164:  821-823.

Li, N., Lee, R. and Tuljapurkar, S. 2004. Using the Lee-Carter Method to Forecast Mortality for Populations with Limited Data.  International Statistical Review 72:  19-36.

Tuljapurkar, S., Lee, R. and Li, Q.  2004.  Random scenario forecasts versus stochastic forecasts.  International Statistical Review 72(2):  185-199.

Tuljapurkar, S. 2004.  Demography in the 21st century:  Introduction.  Theoretical Population Biology, 65:  317.

Tuljapurkar, S.  2004.  Book Review.   Population Matters:  Demographic Change, Economic Growth, and Poverty in the Developing World, edited by N. Birdsall, A.C. Kelley, and S.W. Sinding).  Journal of Economic Literature: June, Vol. XLII:  545-547.
Tuljapurkar, S., Horvitz, C. and Pascarella, J. 2003.  The Many Growth Rates and Elasticities of Populations in Random Environments. American Naturalist 162:  489-502.

Tuljapurkar, S.  2003.  The Emergence of Modern Human Mortality Patterns. In: The Evolution of Population Biology - Modern Synthesis.  Editors: Rama Singh, Marcy Uyenoyama, and Subodh Jain. Cambridge University Press.

Tuljapurkar, S. 2003. Stochastic Forecasts of Mortality, Population And Pension Systems.  In: Bengtsson, T. & N. Keilman (eds.) Perspectives on Mortality Forecasting.  Social Insurance Studies, Vol. 2, pp. 65-77.  Stockholm: Swedish National Social Insurance Board

Tuljapurkar, S., 2002.  Mathematical demography: renewal theory and stable population model.  In:  Encyclopedia of Population, Paul Demeny and Geoff McNicol (Eds)., New York: Macmillan Reference USA.

Tuljapurkar, S., 2002.  Population Biology.  In:  Encyclopedia of Population, Paul Demeny and Geoff McNicol (Eds.), New York: Macmillan Reference USA.

Tuljapurkar, S.,  2002.  Demographic Forces in South Asia Through 2050:  Population, Economy, Health.  In:  M.R. Chambers, ed., South Asia in 2020:  Future Strategic Balances and Alliances (Carlisle Barracks, PA:  U.S. Army War College).

Ogawa, N., Kodo, M., Tamira, M., Matsukura, T., Saito, T., Mason, A., Tuljapurkar, S. and Li, Nan.  2002.  Long-term Perspectives for Japan:  An analysis based on a macroeconomic-demographic-social security model with emphasis on human capital. (In Japanese) Nihon-University Population Research, Japan.

Tuljapurkar, S.  2002.  Book Review of “Matrix Population Models: Construction, Analysis, and Interpretation,” by Hal Caswell, 2nd Edition. SIAM Review 44:  300-301.

Li, S., M.W. Feldman, S. Tuljapurkar, N. Li, and X. Jin. 2002. Son preference culture, marriage type, and intergenerational transfer in rural China. (In Chinese.) Pp. 243-262 in Cai Fang et al. (eds), China Population Yearbook 2002. Research Institute of Population and Labor Economics, CASS, Beijing.

Tuljapurkar, S., Li., N., and Anderson, M.  2002.  Stochastic Population Forecasts for the G-7 Countries.  Pp. 116-140, In:  England, R. “The Fiscal Challenge of an Aging Industrial World.”  Washington DC:  Center for strategic and International Studies.

Tuljapurkar, S., 2001.  Formal theory of population cycles.  In:  N.J. Smelser and P. B. Baltes (editors) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences.  Pergamon, Oxford, pp. 11755-58.

Orzack, S.H., Tuljapurkar, S.,  2001.  Reproductive effort in variable environments or environmental variation is for the birds.  Ecology 82:  2659-2665.

Anderson, M., Tuljapurkar, S. and Li, N., 2001.  How accurate are demographic projections used in forecasting pension expenditure?  In: Tito Boeri, Axel Borsch-Supan, Agar Brugiavini, Richard Disney, Arie Kapteyn and Franco Peracchi, eds., Pensions:  More Information, Less Ideology.  Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 9-27.
Li, N., Feldman, M.W. and Tuljapurkar, S. 2000. Sex ratio at birth and son preference. Mathematical Population Studies 8: 91-107.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Wiener, P., 2000.  Escape in time:  Stay young or age gracefully, Ecological Modeling, 133: 143-159.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Lee, R., 2000.  Demographic uncertainty and the United States OASDI fund. IN, A. Mason and G. Tapinos, eds., Sharing the Wealth:  Demographic Change and Economic Transfers Between Generations. Oxford University Press, pp. 195-208.

Lee, R. and Tuljapurkar, S., 2000.  Population forecasting for fiscal planning: Issues and innovations, In:  Alan Auerbach and Ronald Lee, eds., Demography and Fiscal Policy. Cambridge University Press, pp. 7-57.

Tuljapurkar, S., Li, N. and Boe, C., 2000.  A universal pattern of mortality decline in the G 7 countries.  Nature, 405:  789-792.

Aoki, K. and Tuljapurkar, S., 2000.  Hanihara’s conundrum revisited: Theoretical estimates of the immigration into Japan from 300 BC to AD 700.  Anthropological Science 108: 305-319.
Tuljapurkar, S. and Boe, C. 1999. Validation, information and probabilistic priors in stochastic forecasts.  International Journal of Forecasting, 15:  259 – 271.

Li, N. and Tuljapurkar, 1999.  Population momentum. Population Studies, 53: 255-262.

Li, N. and Tuljapurkar, 1999.  The Solution of time-dependent population models. Mathematical Population Studies, 7:  311-329.

Boe, C. and Tuljapurkar, T. 1999.  Mortality change and forecasting: How much and how little do we know.  North American Actuarial Journal, 2: 13- 47.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1999.  Forecasting Mortality change: Questions and Assumptions. North American Actuarial Journal, 2: 127 - 134.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Lee, R.1999.  Population forecasts, public policy, and risk.  Bulletin of the International Statistical Institute, Proceedings, 52nd Annual Meeting, ISI, Helsinki, August 1999.

Li, N., M.W. Feldman, and S. Tuljapurkar. 1999. Son preference and sex ratio at birth. (In Chinese.) Population and Economics, November 1999, pp. 19-26.

Li, N., Feldman, M.W., and Tuljapurkar, S. 1999. A demographic model with cultural transmission of son preference. (In Chinese.) Population and Economics, November 1999, pp. 27-34.
Tuljapurkar, S. and Lee, R.  1998.  Stochastic forecasts for Social Security.  In: David Wise, ed. Frontiers in the Economics of Aging. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp.393-420.

Lee, R. and Tuljapurkar, S. 1998.  Uncertain demographic futures and Social Security finances. American Economic Review, 88(2): 237-241.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Lee, R.  1997.  Demographic uncertainty and the stable equivalent population.  Mathematical and Computer Modeling  26: 39 - 56.

Lee, R. and Tuljapurkar, S. 1997.  Death and Taxes: How Longer Life Will Affect Social Security.  Demography 34: 67 - 81.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1997.  Uncertainty In Demographic Forecasts: Methods and Meanings.  Proceedings of the 1996 Conference on Applied Demography, Bowling Green State University, Ohio.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1997.  Theoretical Perspectives on the Evolution of Senescence.  In:  C. Finch and K. W. Wachter (Eds.), From Zeus to the Salmon:: Biodemography of Aging.  National Academy Press, 1997.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1997.  Taking the measure of Uncertainty, Nature 387:  760 – 761.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1996. Book Review (How Many People Can the Earth Support? by J. E. Cohen): Contingent Answers to a Global Question.  Science 272:  696-697.

Lee, R., Carter, L. and Tuljapurkar, S. 1995.  Disaggregation in Population Forecasting:  Do We Need To Do It And How To Do It Simply.  ).  Mathematical Population Studies 5:  217-234.

Li, N., Tuljapurkar, S. and Feldman, M.W.  1995.  High sex ratio at birth and its marital implications.  (in Chinese).  Population Science of China 1:  11-20.

Tuljapurkar, S., John, A. M. and Kalich, S.  1995.  Population growth changes targets for immunization.  Population Today 23:  5.

Tuljapurkar, S., Li, N. and Feldman, M.W. 1995.  High sex ratios in China’s future.    Science 267:  874-876.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Lee, R.  1995.  Comment on "Inference from a deterministic population dynamics model for Bowhead whales", by A. Raftery, G. Givens, and J. Zeh.  Jour. Amer. Stat. Assoc. 90:  424-425.

Lee, R. and Tuljapurkar, S.  1994.  Stochastic population forecasts of the U.S.: Beyond High, Medium, Low, Jour. Amer. Stat. Assoc. 89:  1175-1189.

Tuljapurkar, S., Boe, C. and Wachter, K.  1994.  Nonlinear feedback dynamics in fisheries:  analysis of the DeRiso-Schnute model.  Canadian J. Fisheries Aquatic. Sci. 51: 1462-1473.

Van Gronendael, J., de Kroon, H., Kalisz, S. and Tuljapurkar, S.   1994.  Loop analysis: Evaluating life history trade-offs in population projection matrices.   Ecology 75:  2410-2415.

Possingham, H., Tuljapurkar, S., Roughgarden, J. and Wilks, M.  1994.  Population cycling in space-limited organisms subject to density-dependent predation.  American Naturalist 143: 563-582.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Wiener, P.  1994.  Migration in variable environments: exploring life history evolution using structured population models.  Journal of Theoretical Biology 166: 75-90.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1994.  Stochastic demography and life histories.  IN, S.A. Levin (ed.), Frontiers in Mathematical Biology, Springer Verlag, pages 254-262.
Tuljapurkar, S. 1993.  Entropy and convergence in populations and dynamic systems.  Journal of Mathematical Biology 31:  253-271.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Istock, C.  1993.  Environmental uncertainty and variable diapause.  Theoretical Population Biology 43: 251-280.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1993.  Why use population entropy?  IN, Readings in Population Research Methodology, D.J. Bogue, E.E. Ariaga, D.L. Anderton (Eds.)., United Nation Population Fund, Social Development Center, Chicago, IL.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1992.  Stochastic population forecasts and their uses.  International Journal of Forecasting 8:  285-391.

Tuljapurkar, S. and John, A.M.  1991.  Disease in changing populations: Growth and disequilibrium. Theoretical Population Biology 40:  322-353.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1991.  The mathematics of infection.  Science 254:  591-592.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1991.  Book review (Population dynamics and the Tribolium model, by R. Costantino and R. Desharnais).   Natural Resource Modeling 5.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1990.  Age structure, environmental fluctuations, and hermaphroditic sex-allocation.  Heredity 64: 1-7.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1990.  Delayed reproduction and fitness in variable environments.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 87:  1139-1143.

John, A.M. and Tuljapurkar, S.  1990.  Childhood infectious diseases in LDCs:  Design and evaluation using demographic-epidemiologic models.  Research Division Working Papers No. 22, The Population Council.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Orzack S. 1989.  Population dynamics in variable environments. VII.  Demography and evolution of iteroparity.  American Naturalist 133: 901-923.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1989.  An uncertain life:  Demography in random environments.  Theoretical Population Biology 35: 227-294.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1987.  Cycles in nonlinear population models.  I. Renewal equations.  Theoretical Population Biology 32: 26-41.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1986.  Demographic applications of random matrix products, pp. 319-326, In Random Matrices and their applications, J.E. Cohen, H. Kesten, C.M. Newman (Eds.), American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1986.  Demography in Stochastic Environments.  II. Growth and convergence rates, Journal of Mathematical Biology 24: 569-581.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1986.  Dynamics of Mediterranean fruit fly populations structured by host origin, pages 413-423 in Fruit Flies:  Proceedings 2nd Intl. Symp., A. Econompolous, ed., Elsevier Science Pub. 1987.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1985.  Population dynamics in variable environments.  VI. Cyclical environments, Theoretical Population Biology 27: 1-17.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1984.  Demography in Stochastic Environments.  I. Exact Distributions of Age Structure, Journal of Mathematical Biology 19: 335-350.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Graham, T.A. 1984.  Fisheries in an uncertain world:  age-structured, density-dependent stochastic models, Proceedings 1984 Summer Computer Simulation Conference, Simulation Councils Inc., La Jolla.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1983.  Transient Dynamics of Yeast Populations, Mathematical Biosciences 64: 157-167.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1982.  Why use population entropy?  It determines the rate of convergence, Journal of Mathematical Biology 13: 325-337.

Tuljapurkar, S.  1982.  Population dynamics in variable environments.  II. Correlated environments, sensitivity analysis and dynamics, Theoretical Population Biology 21: 114-140.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1982.  Population dynamics in variable environments.  III. Evolutionary dynamics of r-selection, Theoretical Population Biology 21: 141-165.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1982.  Population dynamics in variable environments.  IV.  Weak ergodicity in the Lotka equation.  Journal of Mathematical Biology 14: 221-230.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1981.  Primitivity and convergence to stability, Journal of Mathematical Biology 13: 241-246.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1981.  Book review (Evolution in age-structured populations, by B. Charlesworth), Quarterly Review of Biology 56: 334-335.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Lewontin, R.C.  1980.  Transmission dynamics of schistosomiasis:  spatial aspects, Proceedings 1980 Summer Computer Simulation Conference, Simulation Councils, Inc., Arlington, Va.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Orzack, S.H.  1980.  Population dynamics in variable environments.  I. Long-run growth rates and extinction, Theoretical Population Biology 18: 314-342

Tuljapurkar, S.  1980.  Book review (Mathematical aspects of reacting and diffusing systems, by P. Fife), Quarterly Review of Biology 55: 218-219.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Semura, J.S.  1979.  Liapunov functions:  geometry and stability, Journal of Mathematical Biology 8: 25-32.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Semura, J.S.  1979.  Stochastic instability and Liapunov stability, Journal of Mathematical Biology 8: 133-145.

Tuljapurkar, S. 1978.  A note on Gillespie's model for enzyme variation in natural populations, Evolution 32: 216-217.

Lewontin, R.C., Ginzburg, L.R. and S. Tuljapurkar. 1978.  Heterosis as an explanation for large amounts of genic polymorphism, Genetics 88: 149-170

Tuljapurkar, S. and Semura, J.S.  1977.  Dynamic equilibrium under periodic perturbations in simple eco-system models, Journal of Theoretical Biology 66: 327-343.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Semura, J.S.  1976.  Stability of Lotka-Volterra Systems Revisited.  Nature 264: 381-382.

Tuljapurkar, S. and Semura, J.S.  1975.  Stability of Lotka-Volterra Systems, Nature 257: 388-389.

BOOKS

1990.  Population Dynamics in Variable Environments.  Springer-Verlag. 

1997.  Structured Population Models in Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Ecosystems.  Eds., Shripad Tuljapurkar and H. Caswell.  Chapman & Hall.

2003. Life Span. Evolutionary, Ecological and Demographic Perspectives. Eds., James R. Carey and Shripad Tuljapurkar. Population and Development Review, Supplement to Volume 23.

2005. Population, Resources and Development: Riding the Age Waves 1. Eds., Shripad Tuljapurkar, Ian Pool, Vipan Prachuabmoh.  International Studies in Population, Vol. 1 . Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.

2006. Allocating Public And Private Resources Across Generations: Riding the Age Waves 2. Eds., Anne Gauthier, Cyrus Chu, Shripad Tuljapurkar.  International Studies in Population, Vol. 3 . Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.

2010. Aging in Advanced Industrial States: Riding the Age Waves. Eds., Shripad Tuljapurkar, Naohiro Ogawa. IN PRESS in the IUSSP series on population studies. Springer.