Our research interests include –
- Population change: fertility and mortality
- Migration and new mobilities
- Population estimation
- Health and well-being
- Ethnicity and minority populations
- Population inequalities
A selection of our recent publications
Kulu, H., Hannemann, T., Pailhé, A., Neels, K., Krapf, S., González-Ferrer, A. & Andersson, G. (2017) Fertility by birth order among the descendants of immigrants in selected European countries. Population and Development Review, vol Early View . DOI: 10.1111/padr.12037
Sabater, A, Graham, E & Finney, N (2017) ‘The spatialities of ageing: evidencing increasing spatial polarisation between older and younger adults in England and Wales’ Demographic Research, vol 36, 25, pp. 731-744. DOI: 10.4054/DemRes.2017.36.25
Mikolai, J & Lyons-Amos, M (2017) ‘Longitudinal methods for life course research. A comparison of sequence analysis, latent class growth models, and multi-state event history models for studying partnership transitions’ Longitudinal and Life Course Studies.
Findlay, AM, McCollum, D & Packwood, H (2017) ‘Marketization, marketing and the production of international student migration’ International Migration, vol Early View.
Fiori, F, Rinesi, F & Graham, E (2017) ‘Choosing to remain childless? A comparative study of fertility intentions among women and men in Italy and Britain’ European Journal of Population, vol First Online. DOI: 10.1007/s10680-016-9404-2
Prazeres, L, Findlay, A, McCollum, D, Sanders, N, Musil, E, Krisjane, Z & Apsite-Berina, E (2017) ‘Distinctive and comparative places: alternative narratives of distinction within international student mobility’ Geoforum, vol 80, pp. 114-122. DOI: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2017.02.003
Rogers, NT, Marshall, A, Roberts, CH, Demakakos, P, Steptoe, A & Scholes, S 2017, ‘Physical activity and trajectories of frailty among older adults: evidence from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing’ PLoS One, vol 12, no. 2