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TEY NAI PENG

     Tey Nai Peng is Associate Professor at the Department of Applied Statistics, Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya, where he teaches demography and survey methods, and was a coordinator of the Population Studies Unit at the University. He obtained his Master of Population Planning from University of Michigan. Prior to joining the University in 1992, he was the director of the Population Studies Center at the National Population and Family Development Board Malaysia (NPFDB). He now serves as a Board member of NPFDB, and the Evaluation Committee of the Federation of Reproductive Health Association, Malaysia (FRHAM). He is a founding member of Gerontology Association Malaysia, and Community Support Network. He is a member of APA, IUSSP and Asian Meta Center. He has presented papers at international and local conferences on population issues relating to fertility, marriage, reproductive health, gender, and ageing. He has published in journals such as Studies in Family Planning, Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health, Asian Population Studies, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Malaysian Journal of Reproductive Health, and Complementary Medicine. He has provided consultancy services to UNFPA, IPPF, NPFDB, FRHAM, Women Development Centre, Synergos Institute, Futures Group, WHO, ESCAP, ASEAN Secretariat, ESWA, and private companies.

 

Given Name  Nai Peng 
Surname  Tey 
Country(s) of nationality  Malaysia 
Country of residence  Malaysia
Mailing address Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya, Lembah Pantai, 50603, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Telephone (Home) 603-77286413
Telephone (Office) 603-79673667
Highest degree Masters
Year: 1982
Institution: University of Michigan, USA
Discipline: Population Planning
Current employment/position Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya

Previous employment 
1. Deputy Director, Population Studies Center, National Population and Family Development Board, Malaysia
2. Director, Population Studies Center, National Population and Family Development Board, Malaysia
3. Statistician, National Population and Family Development Board

Other honorary or professional positions 
1. Coordinator, Population Studies Unit, University of Malaya
2. Board Member, National Population and Family Development Board Malaysia
3. Member, Evaluation Committee, Federation of Reproductive Health Association, Malaysia

Publication 
1. Tan Poo Chang and Tey Nai Peng (1994), ‗Do Fertility Intentions Predict Subsequent Behaviour? Evidence from Peninsular Malaysia‘, Studies in Family Planning, July-Aug 1994. 25(4). P. 222-231.
2. Tey Nai Peng (2007), ‗Trends in Delayed and Non-marriage in Peninsular Malaysia‘, Asia Population Studies). Volume 3, Number 3, November 2007, Routledge Taylor & Francis Group
3. Shyamala Nagaraj, Nai Peng Tey, Chiu Wan Ng and Balambigai Balakrishnan. 2008. Ethnic Dimensions of Gender Differentials in Mortality in Malaysia‘, Journal of Population Research, Springer Netherlands. Vol. 25, Number 2, November, 2008 (pp 183-206) Tey NP, Ng ST, and Yew SY. 2012. Proximate Determinants of Fertility in Peninsular Malaysia, Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health, Vol. 24, Issue 3, Pages 489-499.
4. Tey Nai Peng (2005), ‗Trends and Patterns of Urbanization in Malaysia, 1970-2000‘ in Gayl D Ness and Prem P Talwar (eds.), Asian Urbanization in the New Millenium, Marshall Cavendish Academic (Auick Asian Urban Information Center of Kobe. Pp,178-221
5. Tey Nai Peng (2007). ‗The Family Planning Program in Malaysia‘ in Warren Robinson and John Ross (eds.), The Emergence of Family Planning Programs in the Developing World. World Bank.
6. Tey Nai Peng. (2011). ‗Understanding Marriage Trends and Patterns in Malaysia‘, Chapter 10 in Changing Marriage Trend in Insular Southeast Asia, Routledge, Francis and Taylors Group (ed. Gavin Jones, Terrence Hull and Maznah Mohamad)