The ESRC Centre for Population Change prides itself on being able to provide expertise and comment on aspects of population change in the UK and elsewhere including:
Fertility and family formation, such as why women delay childbirth, localised cultures and how they affect women's childbearing choices, and other fertility trends.
Living arrangements and household change across the life course, such as the 'Boomerang Generation', young people's journey to independent living and the difficulties they face in the current economic climate; changes to living alone in middle age; and the effects of ageing on living arrangements.
Migration, trends and drivers including; migration from the A8 countries (Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia), unemployment and return migration, migration and pensions, as well as rural ageing, migration and care.
Population modelling and estimation, including improving population and migration estimation through the development of a dynamic population model using Bayesian methods.
Placing UK population change in the global context - the Centre is involved in numerous international research projects in China, India and Africa, as well as being a member of Population Europe with the leading demographic institutes and universities in Europe.
WHO TO CONTACT
Our researchers are listed on our People pages, however we recommend in the first instance contacting our Knowledge Exchange Team who will be able to advise on the most suitable person/people and their availability:
Lisa Then, Knowledge Exchange, Communication and Public Engagement Manager
Lisa.Then@soton.ac.uk | 02380 595 738
Teresa McGowan, Research Manger
T.McGowan@soton.ac.uk | 02380 593 385
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