Article Library / 2015

2014-2015 Annual Assessment

  1. Sergio DellaPergola. 1997/8. “World Jewish Demography: An Overview”. Journal of Jewish Communal Service, Winter/Spring, p. 112-119.
  2. We are grateful to Sergio DellaPergla for kindly providing this information on the size of world Jewish population from his forthcoming article: Sergio DellaPergola, 2015. “World Jewish Population, 2015”. American Jewish Year Book.
  3. Adopted from: DellaPergola, 1997/8; Sergio DellaPergola, World Jewish Population, 2005. American Jewish Year Book, 105: 87-122.; Sergio DellaPergola, World Jewish Population, 2014. In: Arnold Dashefsky and Ira Sheskin (eds.) American Jewish Year Book, 114: 301-393. Dordrecht: Springer.
  4. DellaPergola, 2015
  5. Asher Coen. 2006. Non-Jewish Jews in Israel. Jerusalem: The Shalom Hartman Institute, The faculty of Law, Bar-Ilan University, and Keter Publishing House Ltd. (in Hebrew),
  6. Central Bureau of Statistics, Statistical Abstract for Israel, 2014.
  7. Pew Research Center. 2013. A Portrait of Jewish Americans: Findings from a Pew Research Center Survey of U.S. Jews. Washington, D.C., And our own data analysis of the Pew Survey.
  8. DellaPergola, World Jewish Population, 2014.
  9. Leonard, Saxe, Ted, Sasson, and J.K., Aronson. (2014). “Pew’s Portrait of American Jewry: A Reassessment of the Assimilation Narrative”. In Arnold Dashefsky & Ira Sheskin (Eds.), American Jewish Yearbook 2014, (Vol. 114), pp. 71-81. Heidelberg: Springer. Leonard, Saxe. (December 3, 2014). “The Sky is Falling! The Sky is Falling!” Tablet Magazine.
  10. Sergio, DellaPergola, 1999. World Jewry Beyond 2000: The Demographic Prospects. Oxford Center for Hebrew and Jewish Studies; DellaPergola, 2014.
  11. Sergio DellaPergola, 2009. “International Migration of Jews”. In: Eliezer Ben-Rafael, Yitzhak Sternberg, Judit Bokser Liwerant, and Yosef Gorni (eds.) Transnationalism: Diasporas and the Advent of a New (Dis)order. Leiden and Boston: Brill, pp. 213-236.
  12. DellaPergola, 2014.
  13. DellaPergola, 2014.
  14. Calculated from: Sergio DellaPergola. 2010, “World Jewish Population 2010”;;World Jewish Population Reports 2002-2010, Storrs, Ct, North American Jewish Data Bank, 2010, DellaPergola, 2014.
  15. Momi, Dahan. 2013. “The Israeli Economy: Has the Melting Pot Succeeded?” Economic Quarterly 60(1-4): 107-152; Gilad Makach and Doron, Cohen. 2014. Ultra-Orthodox for the National Service. Jerusalem: Israel Institute of Democracy (Position paper); Central Bureau of Statistics, 2013. Women and Men, 1990-2011. Statistical, no. 132.
  16. Sergio DellaPergola. 2011. Jewish Demographic Policies: Population Trends and Options in Israel and in the Diaspora. Jerusalem: The Jewish People Policy Institute. DellaPergola, World Jewish Population, 2014.
  17. Mark, Tolts. 2015. “Demographic Transformations among Ex-Soviet Migrants in Israel”. In: Eli Lederhendler and Uzi Rebhun (Eds.) Research in Jewish Demography and Identity. Boston: Academic Studies Press, pp. 146-168.
  18. Uzi Rebhun and Lilach Lev Ari. (2013). American Israelis: Migration, Transnationalism, and Diasporic Identity. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
  19. DellaPergola, Jewish Demographic Policies.
  20. Statistical Abstract of Israel, 2014, Monthly Bulletin of Statistics-January 2015.
  21. Sergio DellaPergola, 1992. “Major Demographic Trends of World Jewry: The Last Hundred Years”. In: Batsheva Bonne-Tamir and Avinoam Adam (eds.) Genetic Diversity among Jews: Diseases and Markers at the DNA Level. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 3-30.
  22. Samuel A. Muller and Angela V. Lane. 1972. “Tabulations from the 1957 Current Population Survey on Religion: A Contribution to the Demography of American Religion”. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 11(1): 76-98; Barry A. Kosmin, Sidney, Goldstein, Joseph Waksberg, Nava Lerer, Ariella Keysar, and Jeffrey Scheckner. 1991. Highlights of the CJF 1990 National Jewish Population Survey. New York: Council of Jewish Federations. Pew Research Center 2013.
  23. Theodore, Sasson. 2013. “New Analysis of Pew Data: Children of Intermarriage Increasingly Identify as Jews”. Tablet Magazine (11 November). tabletmag.com/jewish-news-and-politics/151506/young-jews-opt-in. Theodore Sasson. 2014. “Invest in the Children of Intermarriage”. Jewish Philanthropy (13 August). ejewish philanthropy.com/invest-in-the-children-of-intermarriage.
  24. See above note 7.
  25. Data derive or were adopted from: Statistical Abstract for Israel, 2014.
  26. Sergio DellaPergola, Uzi Rebhun, and Mark Tolts. 2000. “Prospecting the Jewish Future: Population Projections, 2000-2080”. American Jewish Year Book, vol. 100. David Singer and Lawrence Grossman (eds.), New York: American Jewish Committee, pp. 103-146.
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