The Use and Misuse of Distinctive Jewish Names in Research on Jewish Populations
This paper is intended to set out some interesting empirical findings and to highlight some of the difficulties of applying the "Distinctive Jewish Name" (DJN) for Social Research on Jews in Britain. The study involved a variety of methods in order to reach a reliable estimate and map the number of Jews in Greater London in 1984.
The Use and Misuse of Distinctive Jewish Names in Research on Jewish Populations. . 1985: https://archive.jpr.org.uk/object-uk327