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    Start DateTimeTitleLocation
    26-11-2015Census 2011 - how NRS are making the most of the data. Illustrations from reports on households and migrationRoom 1/G/8, Ladywell House, Edinburgh
    14-07-2015Changing Families and Households: BSPS-British Academy Policy ForumBritish Academy, London
    18-05-2017 Remittances, labour supply and occupational outcomes of the household members left-behind54/8033, University of Southampton

    A Publication search for household returned the following matches:

    Microcredit, Entrepreneurship and Household Outcomes
    Journal of Social Business (2015). 5 (1)
    Authors: Kahn A, Wright R,

    Modelling the Spatial Nature of Household Residential Mobility within Municipalities in Colombia
    Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy (2014). 7 (3) 203-223
    Authors: Villarraga H, Sabater A, Modenes J,

    Microcredit, Entrepreneurship and Household Outcomes
    Journal of Social Business (2013).
    Authors: Kahn A, Wright R,

    The Impact of Household Members' Migration on the Education of Children 'Left Behind' in Tajikistan
    Population, Place and Space (2013). 13 (1) Jan-19
    Authors: Bennett R, Clifford D, Falkingham J,

    The South African disability grant: Influence on HIV treatment outcomes and household well-being in Kwa-Zulu-Natal
    Development Southern Africa (2013). 30 (1) 135-147
    Authors: Knight L, Hosegood V, Timaeus I,

    Reweighting the General Household Survey 1979-2007
    Population Trends (2011). 145 119-145
    Authors: Beaujouan E, Brown J, Ní-Bhrolcháin M,

    Linked lives and households: Re‐allocation of social pension by beneficiaries of older persons cash transfer programme in Kenya
    BSPS 2017 Conference (2017). (University of Liverpool)
    Authors: Chepngeno-Langat G, Van-Der-Wielen N, Evandrou M, Falkingham J,

    Who brings home the bacon? The influence of context on partners' contributions to the household income.
    European Consortium for Sociological Research (ECSR) 2016 Conference (2016). (University of Oxford)
    Authors: Vitali A, Arpino B,

    Individual and Household Factors on Stunting in Botswana
    Population Association of America, Washington D.C., 2016 (2016). (Marriott Wardman Park, Washington D.C.)
    Authors: Ntshebe O, Channon A, Hosegood V,

    Reporting of early adolescent reproductive and sexual health events: how reliable are Demographic and Household Survey data?
    7th African Population conference (2015). (Johannesburg)
    Authors: Neal S, Hosegood V,

    The impact of household changes on residential mobility and housing adjustments at older ages in Scotland
    Workshop on UK Population Change and Housing across the Lifecourse (2015). (University of St Andrews)
    Authors: Fiori F, Graham E, Feng Z,

    Reporting of early adolescent reproductive and sexual health events in demographic and household surveys: Are women reliable informants?
    British Society for Population Studies Conference 2014 (2014). (Winchester)
    Authors: Neal S, Hosegood V,

    The measurement of early adolescent fertility: Evidence of differential under-reporting by women 15-19 years in Demographic Household Surveys.
    Population Association of America Meeting 2014 (2014). (Boston, MA)
    Authors: Neal S, Hosegood V,

    Employment, government cash transfers and household living arrangements in old age: Implications for intergenerational support in rural South Africa.
    Family demography: Advancing knowledge about intergenerational relationships and exchanges in low and middle-income countries. IUSSP Scientific Panel on Family Demography in Developing Countries International Cyberseminar (2014). (Southampton)
    Authors: Nyirenda M, Falkingham J, Evandrou M, Hosegood V, Newell M,

    Keynote Speaker: Changing dynamics of young adults' household transitions: what can we learn from BHPS and Understanding Society?
    Understanding Society Research Conference (2013). (University of Essex)
    Authors: Berrington A,

    Changing living arrangements and household formation, a review
    Estimating future household formation; a BSPS day meeting (2013). (LSE, London)
    Authors: Berrington A,

    Transitions into sheltered accommodation and residential care in later life: evidence from the British household panel survey (1991-2008)
    Europe Population Conference (2012). (Stockholm, Sweden)
    Authors: Evandrou M, Falkingham J, Maslovskaya O, Vlachantoni A,

    International labour mobility and its impact on family and household formation among Polish migrants living in England and Scotland
    Exploring Research Synergies Meeting (2012). (ESRC Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS), University of Oxford)
    Authors: McGhee D, Trevena P, Heath S,

    Research on fertility and partnership using the General Household Survey
    General Lifestyle Survey/General Household Survey User Meeting (2012). (Royal Statistical Society, London)
    Authors: Ní-Bhrolcháin M, Beaujouan E,

    Family and household formation among Polish migrants living in England and Scotland
    Migration and Ageing in the Highlands, CRFR (2012). (UHI Millennium Institute, University of the Highlands and Islands)
    Authors: Trevena P,

    Care and support by households and extended families in the era of HIV treatment: Responses to HIV and AIDS in rural South Africa
    XIX International AIDS Conference (2012). (Washington, D.C.)
    Authors: Knight L, Hosegood V, Timaeus I,

    Linked Lives: The Utility of an Agent-Based Approach to Modelling Partnership and Household Formation in the Context of Social Care
    Winter Simulation Conference (2012). (Berlin)
    Authors: Noble J, Silverman E, Bijak J, Rossiter S, Evandrou M, Bullock S, Vlachantoni A, Falkingham J,

    The effect of household resources and gender equality on the transition to parenthood among couples in Britain
    Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies International Conference 2011 (2011). (Germany)
    Authors: Berrington A, Pattaro S,

    Transitions into residential care in later life: Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey (1991-2009)
    British Society for Population Studies Conference 2011 (2011). (York)
    Authors: Evandrou M, Falkingham J, Maslovskaya O, Vlachantoni A,

    How the middle classes cope. The impact of the financial crisis on British households above average income
    Social Policy Association Annual Conference (2011). (Lincoln)
    Authors: Andow C, Köppe S, Meyer T,

    The Impact of Household Members' Migration on the Education of Children Left Behind In Tajikistan
    Migration: Economic Change, Social Challenge Conference (2011). (University College London)
    Authors: Bennett R, Clifford D, Falkingham J,

    The Impact of Household Living Arrangements and Social Care on the Health and Wellbeing of Older People in a Rural South African Population with High HIV Prevalence
    Population Association of America (2011). (Washington D.C.)
    Authors: Nyirenda M, Falkingham J, Evandrou M, Hosegood V, Newell M,

    Understanding Volunteering Participation: A Quantitative Analysis of Volunteering Data in the Scottish Household Survey
    AQMeN Event 'Does Place Matter? Exploring drivers for volunteer participation (2011). (Volunteer Development Scotland, Jubilee House, Stirling)
    Authors: Rutherford A, Harper H,

    Understanding Volunteering Participation: A Quantitative Analysis of Volunteering Data in the Scottish Household Survey
    NCVO/VSSN Researching the Voluntary Sector (2011). (London)
    Authors: Rutherford A, Harper H,

    International Labour Migration - Costs and benefits for sending households: the health and well-being of children left behind
    Migration Taskforce (2010). (European Policy Centre, Brussels)
    Authors: Graham E,

    Complex households, mobility constraints and labour market outcomes
    Dynamics of Economic Space IGU conference (2010). (University of Groningen)
    Authors: Van-Ham M,

    Transnational households and the nutritional status of children left behind in South-East Asia
    Understanding the Dynamics of Migration: Families, Generations and Inequality (2010). (European University Institute, Florence, Italy)
    Authors: Graham E, Jordan L,

    Transnational households, migrant parents and the psychological well-being of children left behind in South-East Asia: findings from the CHAMPSEA survey
    Migration and Mental Health (2010). (Institute of Psychiatry, King's College, London)
    Authors: Graham E, Jordan L,

    Keynote presentation: Housing, households and changing (inter)dependencies: comparative reflections in troubled times
    BSA Youth Study Group Postgraduate Seminar: Youth Transitions in a Time of Recession (2009). (University of Kent)
    Authors: Heath S,

    Credit lines and household heterogeneity
    Society for Economic Dynamics Annual Congress (2009). (Istanbul)
    Authors: Mateos-Planas X,

    Credit lines and household heterogeneity
    European Econometric Society Annual Congress (2009). (Barcelona)
    Authors: Mateos-Planas X,

    A flexible population model for studying changes in health and well-being in later life, employment and household composition
    (2009). (Statistics Norway, Oslo)
    Authors: Raymer J,

    Endogenous Non-Tradable Earnings, and Households' Risky Asset Demand
    University of Southampton (2014). Series Number: 1414.
    Authors: Arrondel L, Calvo-Pardo H,

    Your site search for household returned 29 matches:

    PROJECTS Household and family demography in the Global South Project contributors: Hosegood V, This Project is linked to the following Strand/s: Fertility and Family * Overview * Outputs Overview The ...


    PROJECTS International labour mobility and its impact on family and household formation among Polish migrants living in England and Scotland Project contributors: McGhee D, Heath S, Trevena P, This Project ...


    CPC GENERAL HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATABASE PUBLISHED The General Household Survey (GHS) data were originally collected and compiled by the Office for National Statistics and made available by the UK Data ...


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    ... a time series database of survey demographic histories and ancillary information from the General Household Survey (GHS). The main objective


    ... * Overview * Outputs Overview Objectives This project aimed to assess the usefulness of the British Household Panel Survey (BHPS) for the study of pathways into institutional care in later life, and to ...


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    ... mobility and spatial mobility, and to better understand family migration against the backdrop of household change from a 'breadwinner' to a 'dual-earner' model.


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