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    CPC has produced four new working papers since our last newsletter in Autumn 2012:

    CPC Working Paper 27, authored by Lorraine Waller, Ann Berrington and James Raymer, looks at understanding recent migrant fertility in the United Kingdom

    CPC Working Paper 28, authored by Allan Findlay, David McCollum, Guy Abel, Arek Wisniowski and Jakub Bijak, looks at a delphi survey of immigration to the UK to 2060 with particular reference to environmental mobility

    CPC Working Paper 29, authored by Ann Berrington, Juliet Stone and Jane Falkingham, looks at the impact of parental characteristics and contextual effects on returns to the parental home in Britain

    CPC Working Paper 30, authored by Juliet Mikolai, looks at the partnership context of first conceptions and births in Hungary

    Posted 23/01/2013 13:34