Hill, Ken. Demographic Techniques: Indirect estimation. Entry in International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Forthcoming. Oxford, U.K.: Elsevier Science, 2001.
Hill, Ken. 2001. Methods for measuring adult mortality in the developing world: A comparative review. Submitted for publication.
Choi, Yoonjoung and Ken Hill. 2001. The mortality impact of Vitamin A supplementation in the Philippines. Submitted for publication.
Hill, Ken. 2001. Interrupting HIV Transmission in Africa. Foreign Policy.
Hill, Ken and R. Pande (2001) Levels and trends in child mortality in the developing world. Submitted for publication.
Hill, Ken, Mary Mahy and George Bicego. 2000. Child Mortality in Kenya: An examination of Trends and Determinants from the late 1980s to the mid-1990s. Hopkins Population Center Working Paper.
Hill, Ken, R. Marindo and M. Mahy (1997). The Quick and the Dead in Zimbabwe: Replacement and Insurance Effects on Fertility. Paper presented at International Population Conference, Beijing, October 1997.
Marindo, R. and Ken Hill (1997) Child Mortality Trends an Differentials in Zimbabwe. DHS Working Papers. Calverton, MD: Macro International.
Hill, Ken and R. Marindo (1997) Trends and Differential in Fertility in Zimbabwe. Calverton, MD: Macro International.
Hill, Ken and M-E Figueroa (1997) Child mortality estimation by time since first birth. Paper presented to British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference, Exeter, U.K., September 1997.
Mozumder, AB, Barkat-e-Khuda, TT Kane and K Hill (1997)Determinents of Infant and Child Mortality in rural Bangladesh. In Kane TT, Barkat-e-Khuda, and JF Phillips (eds.) Reproductive Health in Rural Bangladesh: Policy and Programmatic Explanations. Dhaka: ICDDR,B, 489-510.
Stanton, Cynthia, Ken Hill, Carla AbouZahr and Tessa Wardlaw (1996). Modeling Maternal Mortality in the Developing World. Paper presented to Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America 1996.
Bhushan, I, and K Hill (1995) The Measurements and Interpretations of Desired Fertility. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Population Center, Papers on Population WP 95-1.
Hill, Ken and Alberto Palloni (1992) Demographic Responses to Economic Shocks: The case of Latin America. The Peopling of the Americas. Vol. 3, pp 411?438. Liege, Belgium: International Union for the Statistical Study of Population.
Hill, Ken (1994) The Decline of Childhood Mortality. Chapter 3 in Julian Simon (ed.) The State of Humanity.
Hill, K (1991) Jordan. In [compiled by] United Nations Child Mortality in Developing Countries: Socio-Economic Differentials, Trends, and Implications. New York: United Nations. Hill, Ken (1989) Indirect Estimation of International Migration. International Population Conference, New Delhi 1989. Vol.2, pp.87?102. Liege: IUSSP.
Hill, Ken (1988) Demographic Trends in China from 1950 to 1982. World Bank Discussion Paper No. 22. Washington D.C.: The World Bank.
Hill, Ken (1988) Indirect Demographic Estimation for sub?National Populations. In Assessing the Demographic Consequences of Major Development Projects. Proceedings of a United Nations Workshop, New York, 1?4 December 1986. New York: United Nations.
Hill, Althea and Ken Hill (1988) Mortality in Africa: Levels, Trends, Differentials and Prospects. In E. van de Walle, Sala Diakanda, and P.O. Ohadike (eds) The State of African Demography. Liege: IUSSP.
Hill, Ken (1984) A Note on the Use of Information on Residence of Surviving Siblings to Estimate Emigration. IUSSP Reprints Series No. 4. Liège: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population.