PUBLICATIONS

Articles:

Charles Hirschman and Judah Matras. 1971. "A New Look at the Marriage Market and Nuptiality Rates, 1915-1958." Demography 8(November):549-569.

Charles Hirschman. 1971. "Ownership and Control in the Manufacturing Sector of West Malaysia." UMBC Economic Review (United Malayan Banking Corporation) (Kuala Lumpur) 7(1):21-30.; Comments and Exchanges in 7,2 (1971):48-51; 14,2 (1978):29-31; and 15,1 (1979):61-63.; Reprinted in David Lim (ed.) 1983. Further Readings on Malaysian Economic Development. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, pp. 209-237.

Charles Hirschman and Edward Tan. 1971. Evaluation of Mortality Data in the Vital Statistics of West Malaysia: Research Paper No. 5, Dept. of Statistics, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 26 pp.

Charles Hirschman. 1972. "Educational Patterns in Colonial Malaya." Comparative Education Review 16(October):486-502.

Charles Hirschman. 1972. "The Labor Surplus Problem in Third World Countries: Alternative Explanations." Concerned Demography 3(1):5-15.

Charles Hirschman. 1972. "A New Look at Human Ecology and Marx." Concerned Demography 3(2):2-6.

Charles Hirschman and James A. Sweet. 1974. "Social Background and Breast Feeding Among American Mothers." Social Biology 21(Spring):39-57.

Charles Hirschman. 1974. "Economic Progress in Malaysia: How Widely Has It Been Shared?" UMBC Economic Review (United Malayan Banking Corporation) (Kuala Lumpur) 10(2):35-44.

Charles Hirschman. 1974. Estimates of the Inter-Censal Population By Sex, Community, and Age-Groups: Peninsular Malaysia, 1957 to 1970: Research Paper No. 9, Department of Statistics, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 60 pp.

Charles Hirschman. 1975. Ethnic and Social Stratification in Peninsular Malaysia. Arnold M. and Caroline Rose Monograph Series. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association, 115 pp.

Charles Hirschman. 1975. "Net External Migration from Peninsular Malaysia, 1957-1970." Malayan Economic Review 20 (October):38-54.

Charles Hirschman. 1976. "The Determinants of Ethnic Inequality in Peninsular Malaysia." UMBC Economic Review (United Malayan Banking Corporation) (Kuala Lumpur) 12(1):25-38.

Charles Hirschman. 1976. "Recent Urbanization Trends in Peninsular Malaysia." Demography 12(November):445-462. Reprinted in David Lim (ed.) 1983. Further Readings on Malaysian Economic Development. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, pp.111-124.

Charles Hirschman. 1977. "Affluence and Inequality in Postwar America." Intercom (Population Reference Bureau) 5(October):7-9.

Charles Hirschman. 1978. "Prior Residence in the United States Among Mexican Immigrants." Social Forces 56(June):1179-1202.

Charles Hirschman and Kwaku Twum-Baah. 1978. "Is Labour-Intensive Technology a Step Backward?" Malayan Economic Review 23(April):77-84.

Nancy McGirr and Charles Hirschman. 1979. "The Two Generation Urbanite Hypothesis Revisited." Demography 16(February):27-35.

Charles Hirschman. 1979. "Political Independence and Educational Opportunity in Peninsular Malaysia." Sociology of Education 52(April):67-83.

Barbara Von Elm and Charles Hirschman. 1979. "Age at First Marriage in Peninsular Malaysia." Journal of Marriage and the Family 41(November):887-891.

Charles Hirschman and Suan-Pow Yeoh. 1979. "Ethnic Patterns of Urbanization in Peninsular Malaysia." Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science 7(October):1‑19.

Charles Hirschman and Gerry Hendershot. 1979. "Trends in Breast Feeding Among American Mothers." Vital and Health Statistics, Series 23-No. 3(November) Washington, DC: National Center for Health Statistics, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 39 pp.

Charles Hirschman. 1979. "Sociology." In John Lent (ed.), Malaysia Studies: Present Knowledge and Research Trends. DeKalb: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Northern Illinois University, pp. 1-58.

Charles Hirschman. 1979. "A Note on Labor Underutilization in Peninsular Malaysia." Malayan Economic Review 24(October):89-104.

Charles Hirschman and Akbar Aghajanian. 1980. "Women's Labor Force Participation and Socioeconomic Development in Malaysia." Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 11(March):30-49.

Charles Hirschman. 1980. "Theories and Models of Ethnic Inequality." In Cora Bagley Marrett and Cheryl Leggon (eds.), Research in Race and Ethnic Relations, Volume 2. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press, pp.1-20.

Charles Hirschman. 1980. "Demographic Trends in Peninsular Malaysia, 1947-1975." Population and Development Review 6 (March):103-125.

Charles Hirschman and Dorothy Fernandez. 1980. "The Decline of Fertility in Peninsular Malaysia." Genus (Rome) 36 (1-2):93-127.

Charles Hirschman and Suan-Pow Yeoh. 1980. "Urbanization and Urban Growth During Colonial Rule and Independence in Peninsular Malaysia." Review of Indonesian and Malayan Affairs (Sydney, Australia) 14(June):1-22.

Charles Hirschman and Ronald Rindfuss. 1980. "Social, Cultural and Economic Determinants of Age at Birth of First Child in Peninsular Malaysia." Population Studies 34 (November):507-518.

Charles Hirschman and Marilyn Butler. 1981. "Trends and Differentials in Breast Feeding: An Update." Demography 18(February):39-54.

Charles Hirschman. 1981. "The Uses of Demography in Development Planning." Economic Development and Cultural Change 29(April):561-575.

Charles Hirschman and Kim Blankenship. 1981. "The North-South Earnings Gap: Changes During the 1960s and 1970s." American Journal of Sociology 87(September):388-403.

Charles Hirschman and Morrison Wong. 1981. "Trends in Socioeconomic Achievement Among Immigrant and Native-Born Asian-Americans." Sociological Quarterly 22(Autumn):495-513. Reprinted in Norman R. Yetman (ed.) 1985. Majority and Minority: The Dynamics of Race and Ethnicity in American Life. Fourth Edition, Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Charles Hirschman. 1982. "Unemployment Among Urban Youth in Peninsular Malaysia, 1970: A Multivariate Analysis of Individual and Structural Effects." Economic Development and Cultural Change 30(January):391-412.

Charles Hirschman. 1982. "Industrial and Occupational Change in Peninsular Malaysia, 1947-1970." Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 13(March):9-32.

Charles Hirschman. 1982. "Immigrants and Minorities: Old Questions for New Directions in Research." International Migration Review 16(Summer):474-490.

Charles Hirschman and Alejandro Portes, co-editors. 1982. "New Directions in Immigration and Ethnicity Research." A special issue of International Migration Review 16(Summer).

Charles Hirschman and Ronald Rindfuss. 1982. "The Sequence and Timing of Family Formation Events in Asia." American Sociological Review 47(October):660‑680.

Morrison Wong and Charles Hirschman. 1983. "The New Asian Immigrants." In William C. McCready (ed.) Culture, Ethnicity and Identity: Current Issues in Research. New York: Academic Press, pp. 381-403.

Ronald Rindfuss, Allan Parnell, and Charles Hirschman. 1983. "Timing of Entry into Motherhood in Asia: A Comparative Perspective." Population Studies 37(July):253-272.

Charles Hirschman. 1983. "Labor Markets and Ethnic Inequality in Peninsular Malaysia." Journal of Developing Areas 18(October):1-20.

Charles Hirschman. 1983. "America's Melting Pot Reconsidered." Annual Review of Sociology 9:397-423.

Charles Hirschman and Morrison Wong. 1983. "Labor Force Participation and Socioeconomic Attainment of Asian-American Women." Sociological Perspectives 26(October):423-446.

Ronald Rindfuss and Charles Hirschman. 1984. "Timing of Family Formation: Structural and Societal Factors in the Asian Context." Journal of Marriage and the Family 46(February):205-214.

Charles Hirschman and Morrison Wong. 1984. "Socioeconomic Gains of Asian Americans, Blacks, and Hispanics: 1960-1976." American Journal of Sociology 90(November):584-607.

Charles Hirschman. 1984. "The Society and Its Environment." In Frederica M. Bunge (ed.) Malaysia: A Country Study, Area Handbook Series, Foreign Area Studies, American University, Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 67-127.

Charles Hirschman. 1984. "Ethnic Diversity and Social Change in Southeast Asia." In Ronald A. Morse (ed.) Southeast Asian Studies: Options for the Future. Lanham: University Press of America, pp. 106-122.

Charles Hirschman and Luis M. Falcon. 1985. "The Educational Attainment of Religio-Ethnic Groups in the United States." In Alan C. Kerckhoff (ed.) Research in Sociology of Education and Socialization Vol. 5. Greenwich, Conn: JAI Press, pp. 83-120.

Charles Hirschman. 1985. "Premarital Socioeconomic Roles and the Timing of Family Formation: A Comparative Study of Five Asian Societies." Demography 22(February):35-59.

Charles Hirschman. 1986. "The Recent Rise in Malay Fertility: A New Trend or a Temporary Lull in a Fertility Transition?" Demography 23(May):161-184.

Charles Hirschman. 1986. "The Making of Race in Colonial Malaya: Political Economy and Racial Ideology." Sociological Forum 1(April):330-361.

Charles Hirschman and Morrison Wong. 1986. "The Extraordinary Educational Attainment of Asian-Americans: A Search for Historical Evidence and Explanations." Social Forces 65(September): 1-27. Reprinted in Norman R. Yetman (ed.) 1991. Majority and Minority: The Dynamics of Race and Ethnicity in American Life. Fifth Edition, Boston: Allyn and Bacon, pp. 169‑184.

Charles Hirschman. 1987. "The Meaning and Measurement of Ethnicity in Malaysia: An Analysis of Census Classifications." Journal of Asian Studies 46(August):555-582.

Lim Lin Lean, Gavin Jones, and Charles Hirschman. 1987. "Continuing Fertility Transitions in a Plural Society: Ethnic Trends and Differentials in Peninsular Malaysia." Journal of Biosocial Science 19:405-425.

Charles Hirschman. 1988. "Minorities in the Labor Market: Cyclical Patterns and Secular Trends in Joblessness." In Marta Tienda and Gary Sandefur (eds.) Divided Opportunities: Minorities, Poverty, and Social Policy. New York: Plenum Press, pp. 63-85.

Charles Hirschman and Ellen Kraly. 1988. "Immigrants, Minorities and Earnings in the United States, 1950." Ethnic and Racial Studies 11(July): 332-365.

Charles Hirschman. 1988. "Chinese Identities in Southeast Asia: Alternative Perspectives." In Jennifer Cushman and Wang Gungwu (eds.) Changing Identities of the Southeast Asian Chinese Since World War II. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, pp. 23-31.

Charles Hirschman. 1989. "Development and Inequality in Malaysia: From Puthucheary to Mehmet" (review essay). Pacific Affairs 62(Spring):72‑81.

Charles Hirschman and Ellen Kraly. 1990. "Racial and Ethnic Inequality in the United States, 1940 and 1950." International Migration Review 24(Spring):4‑33.

Charles Hirschman and Philip Guest. 1990. "The Emerging Demographic Transitions of Southeast Asia." Population and Development Review 16(March):121‑152.

Charles Hirschman and Philip Guest. 1990. "Multilevel Models of Fertility Determination in Four Southeast Asian Countries: 1970 and 1980." Demography 26(August):369-396.

Ellen Kraly and Charles Hirschman. 1990. "Racial and Ethnic Inequality among Children in the United States: 1940 and 1950." Social Forces 69(September):33-51.

Charles Hirschman. 1991. "What Happened to the White Ethnics?" (A Featured Essay on Richard D. Alba, Ethnic Identity in White America; Mary C. Waters, Ethnic Options: Choosing Identities in America; and Robert Masao Jiobu, Ethnicity and Inequality). Contemporary Sociology 20(March):180-183.

Charles Hirschman. 1992. "Southeast Asia Studies." In Edgar F. and Marie L. Borgatta (eds.), Encyclopedia of Sociology. Volume 4:2037-2041. New York: Macmillan. Revised and expanded version published in Edgar F. Borgatta and Rhonda J.V. Montgomery (eds.). 2000. Encyclopedia of Sociology, Second Edition, Vol. 5: 2974- 2979. New York: Macmillan Reference USA.

Charles Hirschman, Charles F. Keyes, and Karl Hutterer (eds.) 1992. Southeast Asian Studies in the Balance: Reflections from America. Ann Arbor: Association for Asian Studies

Charles Hirschman. 1992. "The State of Southeast Asian Studies in American Universities." In Charles Hirschman, Charles Keyes, and Karl Hutterer (eds.) Southeast Asian Studies in the Balance: Reflections from America. Ann Arbor: Association for Asian Studies, pp. 41-58.

Luis M. Falcon and Charles Hirschman. 1992. "Trends in Labor Market Position for Puerto Ricans on the Mainland: 1970-1987." Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences. 14:16-51.

Aphichat Chamratrithirong, Charles Hirschman, and Philip Guest. 1992. "A Multilevel Analysis of the Determinants of Fertility in the Four Regions of Thailand." Asian-Pacific Population Journal. 7(March):51-64.

Charles Hirschman. 1993. "How to Measure Ethnicity: An Immodest Proposal." In Challenges of Measuring an Ethnic World: Science, Politics, and Reality. Proceedings of the Joint Canada-United States Conference on the Measurement of Ethnicity sponsored by Statistics Canada and the U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, DC: U. S. Government Printing Office.

Charles Hirschman. 1994. "Why Fertility Changes." Annual Review of Sociology 20:203-233.

Charles Hirschman, JooEan Tan, Aphichat Chamratrithirong, and Philip Guest. 1994. "The Path to Below-Replacement Fertility in Thailand." International Family Planning Perspectives 20:82-87 & 107.

Charles Hirschman. 1994. "Population and Society in Twentieth-Century Southeast Asia." Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 25:381-416.

Ellen Percy Kraly and Charles Hirschman. 1994. "Immigrants, Cities, and Opportunities: Some Historical Insights from Social Demography." In Mary G. Powers and John J. Macisco, Jr. (eds.) The Immigration Experience in the United States: Policy Implications. New York: Center for Migration Studies.

Benjamin P. Givens and Charles Hirschman. 1994. "Modernization and Consanguineous Marriage in Iran." Journal of Marriage and the Family 56 (November):820-834.

Charles Hirschman. 1994. "Problems and Prospects of Studying Immigrant Adaptation from the 1990 Population Census: From Generational Comparisons to the Process of 'Becoming American'." International Migration Review 28 (Winter): 690-713. Reprinted in Alejandro Portes (ed.) 1996. The Second Generation, pp. 54‑81. New York: Russell Sage.

Charles Hirschman. 1995. "Ethnic Diversity and Change in Southeast Asia." In Calvin Goldscheider (ed.) Population, Ethnicity and Nation Building, pp. 19-36. Boulder: Westview Press.

Charles Hirschman, Samuel Preston, and Vu Manh Loi. 1995. "Vietnamese Casualties During the American War." Population and Development Review 21: 783-812.

Charles Hirschman and Vu Manh Loi. 1996. "Family and Household Structure in Vietnam: Some Glimpses from a Recent Survey." Pacific Affairs 69 (Summer): 229-249.

Charles Hirschman. 1997. "Understanding Family Change Across Generations: Problems of Conceptualization and Research Design." In Alan Booth, Ann C. Crouter, and Nancy Landale (eds.) Immigration and the Family: Research and Policy on U. S. Immigrants, pp. 201-204. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

(Primary contributing author). 1997. "The Social Dimensions of Immigration." In James P. Smith and Barry Edmonston (eds.) The New Americans: Economic, Demographic and Fiscal Effects of Immigration, pp. 363-405. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

Charles Hirschman. 1998. "Ownership and Control of the Malaysian Economy Revisited: A Review of Research in the 25 Years Since the Publication of J.H. Puthucheary’s Classic." In Dominic J. Puthucheary and Jomo K.S. (eds.) No Cowardly Past: James J. Puthucheary Writings, Poems and Commentaries, pp. 71-83. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: INSAN.

Charles Hirschman and C. Matthew Snipp. 1999. "The State of the American Dream: Race and Ethnic Inequality in the United States, 1970-1990." In Phyllis Moen, Donna Dempster-McClain, and Henry Walker (eds.) A Nation Divided: Diversity, Inequality, and Community in American Society, pp. 89-107. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Charles Hirschman, Josh DeWind, and Philip Kasinitz (eds.). 1999. The Handbook of International Migration: The American Experience. (Author of "General Introduction" and "Part II Introduction.") New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Charles Hirschman. 1999. "Theories of International Migration and Immigration: A Preliminary Reconnaissance of Ideal Types." In Charles Hirschman, Josh DeWind, and Philip Kasinitz (eds.). International Migration and the Remaking of America, pp. 120-126. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

  Charles Hirschman, Richard Alba, and Reynolds Farley. 2000. "The Meaning and Measurement of Race in the U.S. Census: Glimpses in the Future." Demography 37: 381-393. Abbreviated and revised version is reprinted in Susan B. Carter and Richard Sutch (eds.) 2006. Historical Statistics of the United States, Millennium Edition. Cambridge University Press.

Charles Hirschman and Yih-Jin Young. 2000. "Social Context and Fertility Decline in Southeast Asia." In Ronald D. Lee and C. Y. Cyrus Chu (eds.) Population and Economic Change in East Asia, pp. 11-39, A supplement to Vol. 26 Population and Development Review.

Charles Hirschman. 2001. "The Educational Enrollment of Immigrant Youth: A Test of the Segmented-Assimilation Hypothesis" Demography 38: 317-336.

Charles Hirschman. 2001. Internationalizing Social Science: Problems and Prospects. In Jomo K. S. (ed.) Reinventing Malaysia Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit UKM.

Charles Hirschman. 2001. "Comment: Globalization and Theories of Fertility Decline." In Rodolfo A. Bulatao and John B. Casterline (eds.) Global Fertility Transitions, pp.116-125, A supplement to Vol. 27 Population and Development Review.

Mark VanLandingham and Charles Hirschman. 2001. "Population Pressure and Fertility in Pre-Transition Thailand." Population Studies 55:233-248.

Charles Hirschman. 2001. "Fertility Transition in Southeast Asia." In Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes (eds.) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Vol. 8: 5597-5602. Oxford: Elsevier.

Charles Hirschman. 2001. "Immigration: Public Policy." In Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes (eds.) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Vol. 11:7221-7226. Oxford: Elsevier.

Charles Hirschman. 2002. "Race and Ethnic Population Projections: A Critical Evaluation of Their Content and Meaning." In Nancy A. Denton and Stewart E. Tolnay (eds.) American Diversity: A Demographic Challenge for the Twenty-First Century, pp. 51-72. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Charles Hirschman and Nguyen Huu Minh. 2002. "Tradition and Change in Vietnamese Family Structure in the Red River Delta.” Journal of Marriage and the Family 64: 1063-1079.

Charles Hirschman. 2003. "Fertility Transition, Socioeconomic Determinants of." In Paul Demeny and Geoffrey McNicoll (eds.) Encyclopedia of Population, 1: 425-431. New York: Macmillan Reference USA.

Charles Hirschman and Bussarawan Teerawichitchainan. 2003. "Cultural and Socioeconomic Influences on Divorce During Modernization: Southeast Asia, 1940s to 1960s." Population and Development Review 29: 215-253.

Charles Hirschman. 2003. "The Development of the Social Sciences Prior to Globalization and Some Thoughts on the Future." In Anthony Reid (ed.) Southeast Asian Studies for the Twenty-First Century: Pacific Perspectives. Temple, AZ: Program for Southeast Studies, Arizona State University.

Charles Hirschman. 2004. "The Origins and Demise of the Concept of Race." Population and Development Review 30: 385-415.

Charles Hirschman. 2004. "The Role of Religion in the Origins and Adaptation of Immigrant Groups in the United States." International Migration Review 38: 1206-1233. Reprinted in Alejandro Portes and Josh DeWind (eds.) 2007. Rethinking Migration: New Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives, 391-418. New York: Berghahn Press, and in Spanish in Alejandro Portes and Josh DeWind. eds. 2006. Repensando las migraciones: Noveas perspectivas teoricas y empiricas. Zacatecas, Mexico: Universidad Autonoma De Zacatecas.

Charles Hirschman. 2005. "Population and Society: Historical Trends and Future Prospects." In Craig Calhoun, Chris Rojek, and Bryan S. Turner (eds.) The Sage Handbook of Sociology, pp. 381-402. London: Sage Publications.

Charles Hirschman and Jennifer Lee. 2005. "Race and Ethnic Inequality in Educational Attainment in the United States." In Michael Rutter and Marta Tienda (eds.) Ethnicity and Causal Mechanisms. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Charles Hirschman and Stewart E. Tolnay. 2005. "Social Demography." In Dudley L. Poston and Michael Micklin (eds.) Handbook of Sociology, pp. 419-449. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.

C. Matthew Snipp and Charles Hirschman. 2005. “Assimilation in American Society: Occupational Achievement and Earnings for Ethnic Minorities in the United States, 1970 to 1990." In David Bills (ed.) The Shape of Inequality: Stratification and Ethnicity in Comparative Perspective. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 22: 93-117. Amsterdam: Elsevier, JAI.

Charles Hirschman. 2005. "Immigration and the American Century."  Demography 42 (November): 595-620. (PAA Presidential Address) (Slides) 

Amon Emeka and Charles Hirschman. 2006. “Who Applies For and Who Is Selected for Washington State Achievers Scholarships? A Preliminary Assessment.” In Edward St. John (ed.) Public Policy and Equal Educational Opportunity: Readings on Equal Education. Volume 21, pp. 177-206. New York: AMS Press.

Susan K. Brown and Charles Hirschman. 2006. “The End of Affirmative Action in Washington State and Its Impact on the Transition from High School to College.” Sociology of Education 79:106-130.

Charles Hirschman. 2006. “The Impact of Immigration and Age Structure on American Society.” In On Solidarity: Cultural and Political Conditions for the Reform of Social Models in Europe and the U.S. Proceedings of a conference held May 19-20, 2006 at the Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna, Austria.

Charles Hirschman and Jennifer Edwards. 2007. "Social Change in Southeast Asia." In George Ritzer (ed.) The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Vol. 9:4374-4380. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Charles Hirschman. 2007. The Impact of Immigration on American Society: Looking Backward to the Future." Transit - Europäische Revue  32 (Winter): 84-99. (German language periodical published by the Institute of Human Sciences, Vienna, Austria).  Also available as an online publication at Social Science Research Council at http://borderbattles.ssrc.org/

Charles Hirschman. 2007. Immigration and an Aging America: Downward Spiral or Virtuous Circle?" In K. Warner Schaie and Peter Uhlenberg (eds.) Social Structures: The Impact of Demographic Changes on the Well-being of Older Persons, pp.37-51. New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Charles Hirschman and Irina Voloshin. 2007.  "The Structure of Teenage Employment: Social Background and the Jobs Held by High School Seniors."  Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 25: 189-203.

Charles Hirschman and Douglas S. Massey. 2008. "Places and Peoples: The New American Mosaic." In Douglas S. Massey (ed.) New Faces in New Places: The Changing Geography of  American Immigration, pp. 1-21. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Charles Hirschman. 2008. "What Happened, Sociologically-Speaking, During the Twentieth Century?"  A Review Essay of Century of Difference: How America Changed in the Last One Hundred Years, by Claude S. Fischer and Michael Hout. In Contemporary Sociology 37: 415-417.

Anthony Daniel Perez and Charles Hirschman. 2009. “The Changing Racial and Ethnic Composition of the U.S. Population: Emerging American Identities.”  Population and Development Review 35: 1-51.

Charles Hirschman and Elizabeth Mogford. 2009. “Immigration and the American Industrial Revolution from 1880 to 1920.” Social Science Research 38: 897-920.

Anthony Daniel Perez and Charles Hirschman. 2009. “Estimating Net Interracial Mobility in the United States: A Residual Methods Approach.” Sociological Methodology 39: 31-71.

Charles Hirschman and Anthony Daniel Perez. 2009. "Immigration and Nativism in the United States and Europe: Demography and Globalization versus the Nation-State." In Jens Alber and Neil Gilbert, eds. United in Diversity? Comparing Social Models in Europe and America. New York: Oxford University Press.


Book Reviews and Other Publications:

The Inequality of Pay by Henry Phelps Brown. In Contemporary Sociology 8 (July 1979): 656-657.

Human Nature, Class, and Ethnicity by Milton Gordon. In Sociology and Social Research 63 (July 1979): 817-819.

Social Indicators of Equality for Minorities and Women: A Report of the United States Commission on Civil Rights. In Contemporary Sociology 9 (January 1980): 158-159.

Issues in Malaysian Development by James Jackson and Martin Rudner (eds.). In Asian Studies Association of Australia Review 3 (April 1980): 70-71.

Strangers Within the City Gate: The Jews of Atlanta by Steven Hertzberg. In Contemporary Sociology 9 (May 1980): 429.

Marginal Workers, Marginal Jobs: The Underutilization of American Workers by Teresa A. Sullivan. In American Journal of Sociology 86 (July 1980): 208-210.

Professional Structure in South East Asia by T.H. Silcock (ed.). In Kabar Seberang (James Cook University, Townsville, Australia) 7 (July 1980): 132-134.

Class, Race, and Colonialism in West Malaysia: The Indian Case by Michael Stenson. In Journal of Asian Studies 40 (February 1981): 437-439.

Malaysia: Growth and Equity in a Multiracial Society by Kevin Young, William C.G. Bussink and Parvez Hasan. In Journal of Developing Areas 16 (October 1981): 133-135.

Neighborhoods and Urban Development by Anthony Downs and The New Suburbanites: Race and Housing in the Suburbs by Robert W. Lake. In Contemporary Sociology 11 (November 1982): 787-788.

Economics of Population by T. Paul Schultz. In Economic Development and Cultural Change 32 (January 1984): 431-437.

Malaysia: Quest for a Politics of Consensus by Kiran Kapur Datar and Class and Communalism in Malaysia by Hua Wu Yin. In Journal of Asian Studies 44 (May 1985): 664-666.

Demographic Transition in Asia edited by Gavin W. Jones. In Asian Studies Association of Australia Review, Volume 9, Number 1 (July 1985): 109-110.

Labor Immigration Under Capitalism: Asian Workers in the United States Before World War II edited by Lucie Cheng and Edna Bonacich. In American Journal of Sociology 92 (November 1986): 758-760.

Ethnic Preference and Public Policy in Developing States edited by Neil Nevitte and Charles H. Kennedy. In Pacific Affairs 61 (Summer 1988): 319-321.

The Demographic Dimension in Indonesian Development by Graeme J. Hugo, Terence H. Hull, Valerie J. Hull, and Gavin Jones. In Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 20 (March 1989): 104-106.

The Hispanic Population of the United States by Frank Bean and Marta Tienda. In Contemporary Sociology 18 (May 1989): 386-388.

Peasants in the Making: Malaysia's Green Revolution by Diana Wong. In Journal of Asian Studies 49 (May 1990): 447-448.

Peasants Under Peripheral Capitalism by Wan Hashim. In Crossroads 5(2) (1991): 158-160.

The Population of Peninsular Malaysia by Saw Swee-Hock. In Pacific Affairs 64 (Fall 1991): 431-432.

Labor Migration and Rural Transformation in Colonial Asia by Jan Breman. In Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 23 (March 1992): 144-145.

Fertility Transitions, Family Structure, and Population Policy by Calvin Goldscheider. In Rural Sociology 58 (Fall 1993): 514-515.

Asian and Pacific Islander Migration to the United States: A Model of New Global Patterns by Elliot R. Barkan. In Journal of American Ethnic History 14 (Spring 1995): 61-63.

Malaysian Development: A Retrospective by Martin Rudner. In Crossroads 10, No.1 (1996): 200-202.

Malaysia’s Demographic Transition: Rapid Development, Culture, and Politics by Richard Leete. In Journal of Asian Studies 56 (May 1997): 558-560.

Critical Perspectives on Schooling and Fertility in the Developing World by Caroline H. Bledsoe, John B. Casterline, Jennifer A. Johnson-Kuhn, and John Haaga (eds.) in Studies in Family Planning 31 (March 2000): 91-92.

The Unsteady March by Philip A. Klinker with Rogers M. Smith. In Political Science Quarterly 115 (Summer 2000): 309-311.

All Economic History of Malaysia, c1800-1990: The Transition to Modern Economic Growth by John H. Drabble. Economic History Services, Jul 9, 2001. URL: http://www.eh.net/bookreviews/library/0371.shtml

"Immigration and Population Movement." Statement on Research Priorities Presented at the Long Ranging Planning Workshop, Demographic and Behavioral Sciences Branch, NICHD, June 25-26, 2001. URL: http://www.nichd.nih.gov/about/cpr/dbs/sp/hirshman.htm

"Race and Ethnicity." Statement on Research Priorities Presented at the Long Ranging Planning Workshop, Demographic and Behavioral Sciences Branch, NICHD, June 25-26, 2001. URL: http://www.nichd.nih.gov/about/cpr/dbs/sp/hirshman1.htm

Who Counts?: The Politics of Census-Taking in contemporary America by Margo J. Anderson and Stephen E. Fienberg. Contexts 1 (Spring 2002): 65-66.

Citizenship on the global stage. Op-ed article in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, November 10, 2002. http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/opinion/94308_focus10main.shtml

“Foreword” to The Naked Social Order: The Roots of Racial Polarisation in Malaysia by Collin Abraham, pp. xiii- xvi. Kuala Lumpur: Pelanduk Publications, 2003.

The New Race Question: How the Census Counts Multiracial Individuals, edited by Joel Perlmann and Mary C. Waters. Population Studies 58 (Spring 2004):130-131.

Roots Too: White Ethnic Revival in Post Civil-Rights America by Matthew Frye Jacobson. In American Journal of Sociology 113 (July 2007): 274-275

Immigrants and Boomers: Forging a New Social Contract for the Future of America by Dowell Myers. In Sociological Forum 23 (September 2008):624-626.

"The Future of Demography."  Commentary in Asian Population Studies 4 (November 2008): 233-234.

Inheriting the City: The Children of Immigrants Come of Age by Philip Kasinitz, John H. Mollenkopf, Mary C. Waters and Jennifer Holdaway. In Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 680 (November 2008): 307-310.