Abel, G.J., Bijak, J., Findlay, A., McCollum, D. and Wisniowski, A. (2013) Forecasting environmental migration to the United Kingdom: an exploration using Bayesian models. Population and the Environment, 35 (2), 183-203.
Abel, G.J., Bijak, J., Forster, J.J., Raymer, J. and Smith, P.W.F (2013) Integrating uncertainty in time series population forecasts: An illustration using a simple projection model. Demographic Research, 29, 1187-1226.
Bell, D. and Blanchflower, D. (2013) Underemployment in the UK Revisited. National Institute Economic Review, 224 (1), F8-F22.*
Bell, D. and Rutherford, A. (2013) Older Workers and Working Time. Journal of the Economics of Ageing (Early view Published Online).
Bell, D. and Rutherford, A. (2013) Individual and Geographic Factors in the Formation of Care Networks in the UK. Population, Space and Place – Special Issue, 19 (6), 727-737.
Bell, D., Rutherford, A. and Wright, R.E. (2013) Free Personal Care for Older People: A Wider Perspective on Its Costs. Economic Commentary, 36 (3) 61-69.
Bennett, C. (2013) Claiming Asylum on the Basis of your Sexuality: The Views of Lesbians in the UK. The Researcher, 8 (2), 17-19.*
Bennett, C. (2013) Seeking asylum in the UK: lesbian perspectives. Forced Migration Review, 42, 25-28.*
Bennett, R., Clifford, D. and Falkingham, J. (2013) The Impact of Household Members’ Migration on the Education of Children ‘Left Behind’ in Tajikistan. Population, Place and Space, 13 (1), 1-19.*
Bennett, R., Hosegood, V., Newell, M.L. and McGrath, N. (2013) Understanding family migration in rural South Africa: exploring children's inclusion in the destination households of migrant parents. Population, Space and Place (In Press).
Bennett, R., Hosegood, V., Newell, M.L. and McGrath, N. (2013) An approach to measuring dispersed families with a particular focus on children 'left behind' by migrant parents: findings from rural South Africa. Population, Space and Place (In Press).
Berrington, A. and Pattaro, S. (2013) Educational differences in fertility desires, intentions and behaviour: a life course perspective. Advances in Life Course Research (Early View Published Online).
Bijak, J., Hilton, J., Silverman, E. and Cao, V.D. (2013) Reforging the Wedding Ring: Exploring a Semi-Artificial Model of Population for the United Kingdom with Gaussian process. Demographic Research, 29 (27), 729-766.*
Bijak, J. and Silverman, E. (2013) Book review of: “Probability and Social Science. Methodological Relationships between the two Approaches”, by Daniel Courgeau, Springer Dordrecht, 2012. Population Studies, 67 (1), 127-129.
Borgoni, R. and Berrington, A. (2013) Evaluating a sequential tree-based procedure for multivariate imputation of complex missing data structures. Quality & Quantity., 47 (4), 1991-2008.*
Bridgen, P. and Meyer, T. (2013) Fair cuts? The impact of British public service pension reform on workers in the main occupations. Social Policy and Society, 12 (1), 105-122.
Bridgen, P. and Meyer, T. (2014) The liberalisation of the German social model: public-private pension reform in Germany since 2001. Journal of Social Policy, 43, (1) (In Press).*
Chepngeno-Langat, G. and Hosegood, V. (2013) Older people and sexuality: A systematic review of public health research in sub-Saharan Africa. Agenda (In Press).*
Demey, D., Berrington, A., Evandrou, M. and Falkingham, J. (2013) Pathways into living alone in mid-life: diversity and policy implications. Advances in Life Course Research, 18, (3), 161-174.
Findlay, A. and McCollum, D. (2013) Recruitment and employment regimes: Migrant labour channels in the agribusiness sector, from accession to recession. Journal of Rural Studies, 30, 10-19.
Findlay, A., McCollum, D., Shubin, S., Apsite, E. and Krisjane, Z. (2013) The role of recruitment agencies in imagining and producing the ‘good’ migrant. Social and Cultural Geography, 14 (2), 145-167.
Findlay, A. and Wahba, J. (2013) Migration and Demographic Change. Population, Space and Place - Special Issue, 19 (6), 651-656.
Fiori, F., Graham, E. and Feng, Z. (2013) Geographical variations in fertility and transition to second and third birth in Britain. Advances in Life Course Research, (First View Online).
Fiori, F., Rinesi, F., Antonella, P. and Prati, S. (2013) Economic Insecurity and the Fertility Intentions of Italian Women with One Child, Population Research and Policy Review, DOI:10.1007/s11113-013-9266-9.
Giulietti, C., Schluter, C. and Wahba, J. (2013)With a Lot of Help from my Friends: Social Networks and Immigrants in the UK. Population, Space and Place - Special Issue, 19 (6), 651-656.
Giulietti, C., Wahba, J. and Zimmerman, K.F. (2013) Entrepreneurship of the left-behind. Research in Labor Economics, (In Press).*
Graham, E. and Jordan, L. P. (2013) Does Having a Migrant Parent Reduce the Risk of Undernutrition for Children who Stay Behind in South-East Asia? Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 22 (3), 315-347.*
Graham, E. and Yeoh, B. S. A. (2013) Child Health and Migrant Parents in South-East Asia: Risk and Resilience among Primary School-Aged Children. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 22 (3), 297-314.
Heath, S. and Calvert, E. (2013) Gifts, loans and intergenerational support to young adults. Sociology. DOI: 10.1177/0038038512455736.
Hosegood, V. (2013) Women, marriage and living arrangements in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Acta Juridica, (In Press).*
Hosegood, V., Nyirenda, M., Evandrou, M., Mutevedzi, P., Falkingham, J. and Newell, M.L. (2013) Care-giving and –receiving among older people in rural South Africa: Implications for functional disability and emotional well-being, Aging and Society, (In Press).*
Jordan, L. P., Graham, E. and Nguyen, V. (2013) Alcohol Use among Very Early Adolescents in Vietnam: What Difference Does Parental Migration Make? Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 22 (3), 401-419.*
Kahn, M.A. and Wright, R.E. (2013) Microcredit, Entrepreneurship and Household Outcomes. Journal of Social Business, (Forthcoming).
Klüsener, S., Perelli-Harris, B. and Sanchez Gassen, N.E. (2013) Spatial Aspects of the Rise of Nonmarital Fertility across Europe since 1960: The Role of States and Regions in shaping Patterns of Change. European Journal of Population, 29 (1), 137-165.
Knight, L., Hosegood, V. and Timaeus, I. (2013) The South African disability grant: Influence on HIV treatment outcomes and household well-being in Kwa-Zulu-Natal. Development Southern Africa, 30 (1), 135-147.*
Knowles, J.A. (2013) Why are Married Men Working So Much? An Aggregate Analysis of Intra-Household Bargaining and Labour Supply. Review of Economic Studies, 80 (3), 1055-1085.
Lisenkova, K., Merette, M. and Wright, R.E. (2013) Population Ageing and the Labour Market: Modelling size and age-specific effects. Economic Modelling, 35, 981-989.
McCollum, D. (2013) Investigating A8 migration using data from the Worker Registration Scheme: temporal, spatial and sectoral trends. Local Economy, 28 (1), 35-50.
McCollum, D., Shubin, S., Apsite, E. and Krisjane, Z. (2013) Rethinking Labour Migration Channels: the Experience of Latvia from EU Accession to Economic Recession. Population, space and Place - Special Issue, 19 (6) 688-702.
McGhee, D., Heath, S. and Trevena, P.(2013) Competing obligations and the maintenance of physical co 'presence' the impact of migration and structural constraints on post accession Polish families in the UK. Families, Relationships and Societies, 2 (2), 229-245.
McGhee, D., Heath, S. and Trevena, P.(2013) Post-accession Polish migrants—their experiences of living in ‘low-demand’ social housing areas in Glasgow. Environment and Planning A, 45 (2), 329 – 343.
Meyer, T., Bridgen, P. and Andow, C. (2013) Free Movement? The Impact of Legislation, Benefit Generosity and Wages on the Pensions of European Migrants. Population, Space and Place – Special Issue, 19 (6), 714-726.
Mosca, I. and Wright, R.E. (2013) Chasing Graduate Jobs. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, (Forthcoming).
Ni Bhrolchain, M. and Beaujouan, E. (2013) Education and Cohabitation in Britain : A Return to Traditional Patterns? Population and Development Review, 39 (3), 441-458.
Nowok, B., van Ham, M., Findlay, A. and Gayle, V. (2013) Does migration make you happy? A longitudinal study of internal migration and subjective wellbeing.Environment and Planning A (in Press).
Raymer, J., Wiśniowski, A., Forster, J. J., Smith, P.W.F. and Bijak, J. (2013) Integrated Modelling of International Migration. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 108 (503), 801-819.
Robards, J., Berrington, A. and Hinde, A. (2013) Identifying biases arising from combining census and administrative data – the fertility of migrants in the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 4 (3).*
Sage, J., Evandrou, M. and Falkingham, J. (2013), Onwards or Homewards? Complex Graduate Migration Pathways, Wellbeing and the ‘Parental Safety Net’. Population, Space and Place, 19 (6), 738-755.
Sage, J., Evandrou, M. and Falkingham, J. (2013) The timing of parental divorce and filial obligations to care for ageing parents. Families, Relationships and Societies (Early View Published Online).
Sage, J., Smith, D. and Hubbard, P. (2013) New-build studentification: a panacea for balanced communities? Urban Studies,50 (13), 2623-2641.*
Schijf, H. and Tammes, P. (2013) Verbondenheid en lidmaatschapsduur. De leden van de Algemeene Nederlandsche Diamantbewerkersbond (ANDB) in de eerste decennia van zijn bestaan, 1898-1913. Mes & Maatschappij,88, (3), 300-324.*
Shang, H. (2013) A survey of functional principal component analysis. AStA Advances in Statistical Analysis (In Press).
Shang, H. (2013) Re-sampling techniques for estimating the distribution of descriptive statistics of functional data. Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation (In Press).
Shang, H. (2013) Bayesian bandwidth estimation for a nonparametric functional regression model with unknown error density. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, 67 (C) 185-198.
Shang, H. (2013) Book Review: "The BUGS Book: A practical introduction to Bayesian analysis" by Lunn, D., Jackson, C., Tomahs, A., Nest, N. and Spiegelhalter, D. Journal of Applied Statistics, 40 (12), 2774-2775.
Shang, H. (2013) Bayesian bandwidth estimation for a semi-functional partial linear regression model with unknown error density. Computational Statistics (Early view published online).
Silverman, E., Bijak, J., Hilton, J., Dung Cao, V. and Noble, J. (2013) When Demography Met Social Simulation: A Tale of Two Modelling Approaches. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 16 (4), 9.*
Spijker, J. and MacInnes, J. (2013) Population ageing:the timebomb that isn’t? British Medical Journal, 347, 20-22.*
Spijker, J. and MacInnes, J. (2013) Population ageing in Scotland: Time for a re-think? Scottish Affairs, 85, 53-74.*
Stone, J., Berrington, A. and Falkingham, J. (2013) Gender, turning-points and boomerangs: returning home in the UK. Demography (Early View Published Online)
Stone, J., Evandrou, M. and Falkingham, J. (2013)The transition to living alone and psychological distress in later life, Age and Ageing, 42 (3), 366-372.
Trevena, P., McGhee, D. and Heath, S. (2013) Location, location? A critical examination of patterns and determinants of internal mobility among post-accession Polish migrants in the UK. Population, Space and Place - Special Issue, 19 (6), 671-687.
Vlachantoni, A., Evandrou, M., Falkingham, J. and Robards, J. (2013) Informal Care, health & mortality. Mauritas, 74 (2), 114-118.
Vlachantoni, A., Shaw, R., Evandrou, M. and Falkingham, J. (2013) The determinants of receiving social care in later life in England. Ageing and Society (Online First view).*
Wilson, C., Sobotka, T., Williamson, L. and Boyle, P. (2013) Migration and inter-generational replacement in Europe. Population and Development Review, 39 (1), 131-158.
Wisniowski, A., Bijak, J., Christiansen, S., Forster, J.J., Keilman, N., Raymer, J. and Smith P.W.F. (2013) Utilising expert opinion to improve the measurement of international migration in Europe. Journal of Official Statistics, 29 (4), 583-607.
Wright, R.E. (2013) A Post-independence Scottish Immigration System: How Might It Be Shaped by European Union Requirements? Economic Commentary, 37 (2), 47-53.
Wright, R. (2013) Book Review: The Population of the UK. Scottish Geographical Journal, (Published Online).*
*Journal articles by CPC members, not directly arising from CPC award.