Publications


 

Books and Book Chapters

Aasve, A., Cottini, E., Fraboni, R. and Vitali, A. (2015) ‘I giovani e la formazione delle unioni.’ In Strozza, S. and De Rose, A. (eds.) Rapporto sulla popolazione, L'Italia nella crisi economica, Bologna, Il Mulino, 33-61.*

Antonucci, L., Hamilton, M. and Roberts, S. (2014) Young People and Social Policy in Europe – Dealing with Risk, Inequality and Precarity in Times of Crisis, Palgrave Macmillan.  

Arpino, B., Muttarak, R. and Vitali, A. (2015) ‘Comparing Living Arrangements of Immigrant Young Adults in Spain and the United States.’ In Aybek, C.M., Huinink, J. and Muttarak, R. (eds.)Spatial Mobility, Migration, and Living Arrangements, Springer International Publishing, 161-187.*

Barbulescu, R. (2016) ‘From international migration to freedom of movement and back? Southern Europeans moving North in the era of retrenchment of freedom of movement rights.’ In Lafleur, J-M. and Stanek, M. (eds.) South-North Migration of EU Citizens in Times of Crisis, Springer, (In Press).*

Barbulescu, R., Lafler, J.M. and Stanek, M. (2015) ‘Intra-European mobility: Patterns of immigration flows and policies.’ In Europa Publications (eds.) Western Europe 2016, 18th Edition, Routledge, Abingdon, 35-39.*

Beaujouan, É. (2009) ‘Les séparations au fil des unions: répétition ou apprentissage?’ In Régnier-Loilier, A. (ed.) Portraits de familles : L’enquête Étude des relations familiales et intergénérationnelles. Paris, Ined, 113-134.

Beaujouan, É., Régnier-Loilier, A. and Villeneuve-Gokalp, C. (2009) ‘Ni seuls ni en couple. Les relations amoureuses non cohabitantes’. In Régnier-Loilier, A. (ed.) Portraits de familles : L’enquête Étude des relations familiales et intergénérationnelles. Paris, Ined, 87-112.

Bell, D. (2010) ‘Staying Together? Scotland and the Rest of the United Kingdom.’ In Bosch, N., Espasa-Queralt, M. and Sole Olle, A. (eds)The Political Economy of Inter-Regional Fiscal Flows: Measurement, Determinants and Effects on Country Stability. Edward Elgar, London, Chapter 16.*

Bell, D. (2010) 'Devolution in a Downturn'. In Lodge, G. and Schmuecker, K. (eds) Devolution in Practice 2010. Institute of Public Policy Research, London.*

Bell, D. and Blanchflower, D. (2011) ‘The Crisis, Policy Reactions and Attitudes to Globalization and Jobs.’ in Bacchetta, M. and Jansen, M. (eds)   Making Globalization Socially Sustainable. World Trade Organisation/International Labour Organisation, Chapter 3.*

Bell, D., Eiser, D. and Beckmann, K. (2014) ‘Introduction.’ In Bell, D., Eiser, D. and Beckman, K. (eds). The Economic Consequences of Scottish Independence, Helmut Schmidt Universität, Hamburg, 61-70.*

Bell, D. and Eiser, D. (2014) ‘Pensions.’ In Bell, D., Eiser, D. and Beckman, K. (eds). The Economic Consequences of Scottish Independence, Helmut Schmidt Universität, Hamburg, 61-70.*

Bell, D. (2014) Question 1: What would the outlook for Scotland’s economy be if the vote is Yes/if the vote is No? In Jeffery, C. and Perman, R. (eds) Scotland’s Decision: 16 Questions to think about for the referendum on 18 SeptemberBirlinn Limited (e-book).

Bell, D. and Bowes, A. (2012) ‘Free Personal Care in Scotland, (Almost) 10 Years On’ in Wolf, D. A. and Folbre, N. (eds) Universal Coverage of Long-Term Care in the United States, Russell Sage Foundation, Chapter 5.*

Bell, D. and Eiser, D. (2014) Question 14: What would happen to pensions in the event of a Yes or a No vote? In Jeffery, C. and Perman, R. (eds) Scotland’s Decision: 16 Questions to think about for the referendum on 18 SeptemberBirlinn Limited (e-book).

Bell, D., Eiser, D. and Beckmann, K. (2014) The Economic Consequences of Scottish Independence. Helmut Schmidt Universitat, Hamburg.

Bennett, C. (2013) ‘Lesbians and UK Asylum Law: Evidence and Existence’ in Arbel, E., Dauvergne, C. and Millbank, J. Gender in Refugee Law – From the Margins to the Centre, Routledge, Chapter 7.*

Berrington, A. (2017) ‘Childlessness in the UK.’ In Kreyenfeld, M. and Konietzka, D. (eds.) Childlessness in Europe: Patterns, Causes and Contexts, Springer, Berlin.

Berrington, A. and Stone, J. (2014) Young adults' transitions to residential independence in Britain: the role of social and housing policy. In Antonucci, L., Hamilton, M. and Roberts, S. (eds) Young People and Social Policy in Europe – Dealing with Risk, Inequality and Precarity in Times of Crisis, Chapter 11, Palgrave Macmillan.  

Berrington, A., Stone, J., Tammes, P., Roberts, S and Falkingham, F. (2014) Mechanics behind the boomerang generation. In Sagger, S. (ed.) Insights: 2014 Findings from the largest longitudinal study of UK households, Chapter 1, Section 7, Understanding Society, 18-19.

Bijak, J. (2010) Forecasting International Migration in Europe: A Bayesian View, The Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis, Vol 24. Dordrecht: Springer.

Bijak, J. (2013) ‘Fertility scenarios for 27 European countries, 2002–2052’, In: Kupiszewski, M. (ed.) International Migration and the Future of Populations and Labour Force Resources in Europe. Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis, vol 24. Springer, Dordrecht, Chapter 6.

Bijak, J. (2013) ‘Mortality scenarios for 27 European countries, 2002–2052’, In: Kupiszewski, M. (ed.) International Migration and the Future of Populations and Labour Force Resources in Europe. Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis, vol 24. Springer, Dordrecht, Chapter 7.

Bijak, J. (2013) ‘Recommendations for European social and population policies’, In: Kupiszewski, M. (ed.) International Migration and the Future of Populations and Labour Force Resources in Europe. Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis, vol 24. Springer, Dordrecht, Chapter 17.

Bijak, J., Disney, G., Lubman, S. and Wiśniowski, A. (2016) ‘International Migration and Asylum Seekers.’ In Champion, T. and Falkingham, J. (eds) Population change in the United Kingdom, Rowman & Littlefield International, London,  Chapter 4, 47-64.

Bijak, J., Kicinger, A. and Kupiszewski, M. (2013) ‘International migration scenarios for 27 European Countries, 2002-2052’, In Kupiszewski, M. (ed.) International Migration and the Future of Populations and Labour Force Resources in Europe. Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis, vol 24. Springer, Dordrecht, Chapter 5.

Bijak, J. and Kupiszewski, M. (2013) ‘International migration trends in Europe prior to 2002’. In Kupiszewski, M. (ed.) International Migration and the Future of Populations and Labour Force Resources in Europe. Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis, vol 24. Springer, Dordrecht, Chapter 4.

Bijak, J. and Lubman, S. (2015) ‘The Disputed Numbers: In search of the demographic basis for studies of Armenian population losses, 1915-1923.’ In Demirdijan, A. (ed.) From Catastrophe to Genocide, The Armenian ‘Question’ Revisited a Century Later. Palgrave-Macmillan, Basingstoke, 26-43 (Forthcoming).*

Brailsford, S.C., Evandrou, A., Luff, R., Shaw, R., Viana, J., Vlachantoni, A. and Willis, R. (2012) ‘Using system dynamics to model the social care system: simulation modeling as the catalyst in linking demography to care delivery’ in Laroque, C., Himmelspach, J., Pasupathy, R., Rose, O. and Uhrmacher, A.M. (eds.) Proceedings of the 2012 winter Simulation Conference. Winter Simulation Conference 2012, INFORMS.*

Bridgen, P. (2016) ‘Europäische rentenpolitik in zeiten der wirtschaftskrise. Was junge beschäftigte heute (noch) von der rente erwarten kӧnnen.’ In Hurrelmann, K., Karch, H. and Traxler, C. (eds.) MetallRente Studie 2016: Jugend, Vorsorge, Finanzen. Zwischen Eigenverantwortung und Regulierung – Lӧsungsansätze in Deutschland und Europa. Beltz Juventa, Weinheim, Basel, Chapter 4.

Bridgen, P. and Meyer, T. (2011) ‘The impact of new public and private settlements in Britain and Germany on citizen’s income in old age’, In Clasen, J. (ed.) Converging worlds of welfare? German and British social policy in the 21st Century. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 180-217. 

Bridgen, P. and Meyer, T. (2011) ‘Towards German Liberalism and British Social Democracy: The Evolution of Two Public-occupational Pension Regimes from 1945 to 2009’, In Clasen, J. (ed.) Converging worlds of welfare? German and British social policy in the 21st Century. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 157-179.

Bridgen, P. and Meyer, T. (2011) 'Exhausted voluntarism - the evolution of the British liberal pension regime.' In, Ebbinghaus, B. (ed.) Varieties of Pension Governance: the Privatization of Pensions in Europe. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 265-292.*

Bridgen, P. and Meyer, T. (2011) ‘Great Britain: exhausted voluntarism – the evolution of Britain’s hybrid pension regime’, in Ebbinghaus, B. (ed.) The Varieties of Pension Governance: Pension Privatization in Europe. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 265-292.

Brook, O., Boyle, P. and Flowerdew, R. (2010) ‘Geographic analysis of cultural consumption.’ In Stillwell J, Norman P, Thomas C and Surridge P (eds) Spatial and social disparities: understanding population trends and processes – volume 2, Springer Dordrecht, 67-82.*

Champion, T. and Falkingham, J. (eds) (2016) Population change in the United Kingdom. Rowman & Littlefield International, London.

Chepngeno-Langat, G. and Hosegood, V. (2015) Inclusion and Representation of Older People and Sexual Health in sub-Saharan Africa within Contemporary Population Health Research. In Peel, E. and Harding, R. (eds.) Ageing & Sexualities: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Ashgate, London, Chapter 3.*

Clasen, J., Mau, S., Meyer, T. and Seeleib-Kaiser, M. (2011) 'Conclusion: Parallel paths, great similarities, remaining differences.' In, Clasen, J. (ed.) Converging Worlds of Welfare? British and German Social Policy in the 21st Century. Oxford University Press, 282-298.*

Cottini, E. and Vitali, A. (2014) ‘I giovani e la Grande Recessione.’ In Lucifora, C. and Cappellari, L. (eds) Economia della Popolazione: Disuguaglianza, Famiglia e Migrazioni, Vita e Pensiero, Milano, 67-86.* 

Courgeau, D., Bijak, J., Franck, R. and Silverman, E. (2016) ‘Model-Based Demography: Towards a Research Agenda.’ In Van Bavel, J. and Grow, A. (eds) Agent-Based Modelling in Population Studies: Concepts, Methods and Applications, Dordrecht: Springer, Switzerland, Chapter 2, 29-51.*

Desmond, C. and Hosegood, V. (2011) ‘Men, families and HIV/AIDS’. In Men in Families and Family Policy in a Changing World. pp.163-201. Pub: United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. United Nations, New York.*

Diamond, I, Falkingham, J. and Champion, T. (2016) ‘Population Change in the UK: What Can the Last 25 Years Tell Us About the Next 25 Years?’ In Champion, T. and Falkingham, J. (eds) Population change in the United Kingdom, Rowman & Littlefield International, London,  Chapter 1, 1-14.

Domingo, A., Sabater, A. and Verdugo, R. (eds) Demographic Analysis of Latin American Immigrants in Spain: From Boom to BustSpringer Applied Demography Series, Volume 5, Springer, New York.

Edmonston, B.,. Raymer, J. and Salzmann, T. (2010) ‘Introduction’, pp. 11-27 in Salzmann, T., Edmonston, B. and Raymer, J. (eds.) Demographic Aspects of Migration. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

Eiser, D. and Bell, D. (2014) ‘Fiscal Alternatives to Independence.’ In Bell, D., Eiser, D. and Beckman, K. (eds). The Economic Consequences of Scottish Independence, Helmut Schmidt Universität, Hamburg, 61-70.*

Evandrou, M., Falkingham, J., Robards, J. and Vlachantoni, A. (2016) ‘The Prevalence of Informal Care and its Association with Health: Longitudinal Research Using Census Data for England and Wales.’ In Stillwell, J. and Duke-Williams, O. (eds) A Handbook of Census Resources, Methods and Applications: Unlocking the UK 2011 Census, Routledge, Chapter 22.*

Evandrou, M., Vlachantoni, A. and Falkingham, J. (2016) ‘The Ageing Population: Implications for Health and Social Care.’ In Champion, T. and Falkingham, J. (eds) Population change in the United Kingdom, Rowman & Littlefield International, London,  Chapter 2, 15-28.*

Falkingham, J. and McGowan, T. (2011) ‘Improving the Teaching of Quantitative Methods to Undergraduate Social Scientists: understanding and overcoming the barriers.’ In Payne, G. and Williams, M. (eds.) Teaching Quantitative Methods: Getting the Basics. SAGE.*

Flowerdew, R. (2011) ‘Peter Haggett.’ In Hubbard, P., Kitchin, R. and Valentine, G. (eds) Key thinkers on space and place 2nd ed. Sage, 155-159.*

Flowerdew, R. (2011) ‘Torsten Hagerstrand.’ In Hubbard, P., Kitchin, R. and Valentine, G. (eds) Key thinkers on space and place 2nd ed. Sage, 199-204.*

Flowerdew, R. (2011) ‘Waldo R. Tobler.’ In Hubbard, P., Kitchin, R. and Valentine, G. (eds) Key thinkers on space and place 2nd ed. Sage, 301-305.*

Falkingham, J. and Vlachantoni, A. (2012) ‘Demography’, In Alcock, P., May, M. and Wright, S. (eds.) The Student’s Companion to Social Policy. 4th edition, Wiley-Blackwell, UK, 145-152.

Falkingham, J. and Vlachantoni, A. (2012) ‘Social protection for older people in Central Asia and the South Caucasus’, In Social Protection for Older Persons: Social Pensions in Asia., Asian Development Bank, Manila, 246-278.

Falkingham, J., Evandrou, M. and Vlachantoni, A. (2010) ‘Gender, poverty and pensions in the United Kingdom’, In Chant, S. (ed.) The International Handbook on Gender and Poverty. Edward Elgar, 232-237.

Feng, Z. and  Boyle, P. (2010) ‘Estimating spatially consistent interaction flows across three censuses’, In Stillwell, J., Duke-Williams, O. and Dennett, D. (eds.) Technologies for Migration and Population Analysis: Spatial Interaction Data Applications Hershey: PA IGI GLOBAL, 242-260.

Feng, Z., Boyle, P., van Ham, M. and Raab, G. (2010) ‘Neighbourhood Ethnic Mix and the Formation of Mixed-ethnic Unions in Britain’, In Stillwell, J. and van Ham, M. (eds.) Ethnicity and Integration. Understanding Population Trends and Processes: volume 3. Springer: Dordrecht, Chapter 5, 83-103.

Findaly, A. and Geddes, A. (2011) ‘Critical views on the relationship between climate change and migration: some insights from the experience of Bangladesh.’, in Piguet, E., Pecoud, A. and De Guchteneire, P. (eds.) Migration and Climate Change, UNESCO/Cambridge University Press, Chapter 6, 138-159.

Findlay, A., King, R. and Stam, A. (2016) ‘Producing Internaitonal Student Migration: An Exploration of the Role of Marketization in Shaping International Study Opportunities.’ In Van Reimsdijk, M. and Wang, Q (eds.) Rethinking International Skilled Migration, Routledge, Chapter 2, 19-35.

Fiori, F. and Rinesi, F. (2011) ‘Avere figli tra intenzioni e realizzazioni’, In Salvini, S. & De Rose, A. (eds.) Rapporto sulla popolazione. L'Italia a 150 annidall'Unità, Bologna, Il Mulino, 75-77.

Flowerdew, R.(2010) ‘Modelling migration with Poisson regression’ in Stillwell, J. Duke-Williams, O. and Dennett, A. (eds) Technologies for migration and commuting analysis: spatial interaction data applications, Information Science Reference, Hershey PA, 261-279.

Graham, G., Manley, D., McCollum, D., Popham, F. and van Ham, M.(2011) ‘Scotland's Census as a Research Resource’, In Scotland Population 2010, The Registrar General's Annual Review of Demographic Trends 156th Edition, National Statistics, Chapter 10.

Gayle, V. and Lambert, P. (2015) What is Quantitative Longitudinal Data Analysis? Bloomsbury, (Forthcoming).*

Graham, E. (2014) 'Demographies.' In Lee et al. (eds) The SAGE Handbook of Human GeographySAGE: London, 653-683.*

Gray, J., Bijak, J. and Bullock, S. (2016) 'Deciding to Disclose – A Decision Theoretic Agent Model of Pregnancy and Alcohol Misuse'. In Van Bavel, J. and Grow, A. (eds) Agent-Based Modelling in Population Studies: Concepts, Methods and Applications, Dordrecht: Springer, Switzerland, Chapter 11, 301-340.*

Guilietti, C. and Wahba, J. (2013) ‘Welfare Migration’, in Constant, A.F. and Zimmermann, K.F. (eds) International Handbook on the Economics of Migration, Edward Elgar, Chapter 26, 489-504.

Hamermesh, D. S., Giulietti, C. and Zimmerman, K.F. (2017) Demand for Labor. The Neglected Side of the Market, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Heath, S.(2009) 'Young, free and single: alternative living arrangements' In Furlong, A. (ed.) Handbook of Youth and Young Adulthood: New Perspectives and Agendas. London: Routledge.

Heath, S., Brooks, R., Cleaver, E. and Ireland, E. (2009) Researching Young People’s Lives, London: Sage.

Hilton, J. and Bijak, J. (2016) ‘Design and Analysis of Demographic Simulations.’ In Van Bavel, J. and Grow, A. (eds) Agent-Based Modelling in Population Studies: Concepts, Methods and Applications, Dordrecht: Springer, Switzerland, Chapter 8, 211-235.

Holland, J.A. and De Valk, H.A.G. (2015) ‘Ideal ages for Family Formation among Immmigrant and Majority Groups in Europe.’ In Aarts, K. and Wittenberg, M. (eds.) Stabiliteit en verandering in Europa [Stability and Change in Europe], Amsterdam University, Amsterdam.*

Jamieson, L. and Simpson, R. (2013) Living Alone: Globalization, Identity and Belonging. Palgrave Macmillan.

Jones, L., Schoonbroodt, A and Tertilt, M. (2011) ‘Fertility theories: can they explain the negative fertility-income relationship?’ In, Shoven, J.B. (ed.) Demography and the Economy (National Bureau of Economic Research Conference Report). Chicago Ridge, US, University of Chicago Press, 43-100.

Jordan, L.P. and Graham, E. (2014) Early childhood socialization and well-being. In Quah, S.R. (ed.) Handbook of Families in Asia, Routledge, Chapter 12.*

Kupiszewski, M., Bijak, J. and Kicinger A. (2013) ‘The use of international migration theories in migration forecasting - a practical approach’ In: Kupiszewski, M. (ed.) International Migration and the Future of Populations and Labour Force Resources in Europe. Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis, vol 24. Springer, Dordrecht, Chapter 3.

Lambert, P., Connelly, R., Blackburn, R.M. and Gayle, V. (2012) Social Stratification: Trends and Processes. Ashgate.*

Lisenkova, K., Merette, M. and Wright, R.E. (2012) ‘The Impact of Population Ageing on the Labour Market: Evidence from Overlapping Generations Computable General Equilibrium (OLG-CGE) Model of Scotland.’ In Bayar, A. and Cardenete, M.A. (eds.) Proceedings of the 2012 Annual EcoMod Conference, EcoMod Network, Washington.*

Marshall, A. and Nazroo, J. (2016) Inequalities in the experience of later life: differentials in Health, Wealth and Wellbeing. In Champion, T. and Falkingham, J. (eds.) Population Change in the United Kingdom. Rowman and Littlefield, Chapter 3, 29-45.*

McCollum, D. (2011) ‘The Demographic and Socio-Economic Profile of Return Migrants and Long-Term In-Migrants in Scotland: Evidence from the Scottish Longitudinal Study’, In Scottish Government Social Research. The Scottish Government, Edinburgh, 1-31.

McColum, D. (2014) 'The Scope for a differential immigration policy for Scotland.' In Future of UK and Scotland. BEYOND SMITH: Contributions to the continuing process of Scottish devolution. Centre on Constitutional Change, University of Edinburgh, Chapter 12, 41-43.

McCollum, D. and Blinder, S. (2014) Question 13: Does Scotland need a separate immigration policy? And if the vote is Yes could we have one? In Jeffery, C. and Perman, R. (eds) Scotland’s Decision: 16 Questions to think about for the referendum on 18 SeptemberBirlinn Limited (e-book).

McGhee, D. (2010) Security, Citizenship & Human Rights: Shared Values in Uncertain Times. Palgrave.

McGhee, D. (2010) ‘From Hate Crime to 'Prevent' - community safety and counter-terrorism.’ In Chakraborti, N. (ed.) Hate Crime: Concepts, Policy, Future Directions. Willan Press.*

McGhee, D. (2012) ‘Building a consensus on ‘national security’ in Britain: terrorism, human rights and ‘core values’ – the Labour government (a retrospective examination).’ In Reed, E.D. and Dumper, M. (eds.) Civil Liberties, National Security and Prospects for Consensus. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, Chapter 5.*

McGhee, D. (2012) ‘Security, citizenship and responsibilities beyond the Human Rights Act: towards a British Bill of Rights and Responsibilities in the UK.’ In Kang-Riou, N., Milner, J. and Nayak, S. (eds.) Confronting the Human Rights Act: Contemporary Themes and Perspectives. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 271-290.*

Meyer, T. (2016) ‘Die Rückkehr des Staates im Rentensystem Grossbritanniens.’ In Hurrelmann, K., Karch, H. and Traxler, C. (eds.) MetallRente Studie 2016: Jugend, Vorsorge, Finanzen. Zwischen Eigenverantwortung und Regulierung – Lӧsungsansätze in Deutschland und Europa. Beltz Juventa, Weinheim, Basel, Chapter 8.

Meyer, T. (2016) ‘Gelungene Rentenreformen sind mӧglich’. In Hurrelmann, K., Karch, H. and Traxler, C. (eds.) MetallRente Studie 2016, Kurzfassung: Jugend, Vorsorge, Finanzen. Zwischen Eigenverantwortung und Regulierung – Lӧsungsansätze in Deutschland und Europa. Beltz Juventa, Weinheim, Basel, page 20.

Meyer, T. and Bridgen, P. (2011) 'Towards German liberalism and British social democracy. The evolution of two public-occupational pension regimes from 1945 to 2009.' In, Clasen, J. (ed.) Converging Worlds of Welfare? German and British Social Policy in the 21st Century. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 157-179.*

Moreh, C. (2016) “Magyar bevándorlók az Egyesült Királyságban [Hungarian migrants in the United Kingdom.]” In Blaskó, Z. and Fazekas, K. (eds.) Munkaerőpiaci Tükör 2015 [Labour Market 2015]. MTA Közgazdaság- és Regionális Tudományi Kutatóközpont, KTI, Budapest, 66-71.

Moreh, C. (2016) ‘Hungarian immigrants in the United Kingdom.’ In Blazko, Z. and Fazekas, K. (eds.) The Hungarian Labour Market 2016, Institute of Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 69-72.

Napierala, J. and Trevena, P. (2011) ‘Patterns and determinants of sub-regional migration: A Case study of Polish construction workers in Norway.’ In Black, R., Engbersen, G., Okólski , M and. Pantiru, C. (eds.) A Continent Moving West? EU enlargement and labour migration from Central and Eastern Europe Amsterdam University Press.

Noble, J., Silverman, E., Bijak, J., Rossiter, S., Evandrou, M., Bullock, S., Vlachantoni, A. and Falkingham, J. (2012) ‘Linked Lives: The Utility of an Agent-Based Approach to Modelling Partnership and Household Formation in the Context of Social Care.’ In: Laroque, C., Himmelspach, J., Pasupathy, R., Rose, O., and Uhrmacher A.M., (eds.) Proceedings of the 2012 Winter Simulation Conference, IEEE, 991-1002.*

Perelli-Harris, B. (2015) Partnership Formation and Dissolution in Western Societies. In Wright, J.D. et al (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd EditionVol 17, Oxford, Elsevier, 545-552.*

Perelli-Harris, B. and Isoupova, O. (2013) 'Crisis and Control: Russia’s Dramatic Fertility Decline and Efforts to Increase It.' In Buchanan, A. and Rotkirch, A. (eds.) Fertility Rates and Population Decline: No Time for Children? Palgrave, Chapter 8.

Raymer, J. (2010) ‘A general framework for estimating population movements.’ In Salzmann, T., Edmonston, B. and Raymer, J. (eds.) Demographic Aspects of Migration. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, 73-96.

Raymer, J. and Giulietti, C. (2010) ‘Analysing structures of interregional migration in England’ in Stillwel, J.,Duke-Williams, O., and Dennett, A. (eds.) Technologies for Migration and Population Analysis: Spatial Interaction Data Applications. IGI Global: Hershey.

Rogers, A., Little, J. and Raymer, J (2010) The indirect estimation of migration: Methods for dealing with irregular, inadequate, and missing data. Dordrecht: Springer.

Rutherford, A. (2012) ‘Get By With a Little Help From My Friends: A Recent History of Charitable Organisations in Economic Theory.’ In: Faccarello, G. and Sturn, R. (eds.) Studies in the History of Public Economics, Routledge.*

Sabater, A. and Finney, N. (2014) ‘Demographic Understandings of Changes in Ethnic Residential Segregation Across the Life Course.’ In Lloyd, C., Shuttleworth, I. and Wong, D. Social segregation: concepts, processes and outcomes, Policy Press, Bristol, 269-300.*

Sabater, A. and Galeano, J. (2015) ‘The Nexus Between Occupational and Residential Segregation.’  In Domingo, A., Sabater, A. and Verdugo, R. (eds) Demographic Analysis of Latin American Immigrants in Spain: From Boom to Bust, Springer Applied Demography Series, Volume 5, Springer, New York, 105-131.*

Sabater, A. and Massey, D. (2015) ‘Contrasting Patterns of Migration and Settlement.’  In Domingo, A., Sabater, A. and Verdugo, R. (eds) Demographic Analysis of Latin American Immigrants in Spain: From Boom to Bust, Springer Applied Demography Series, Volume 5, Springer, New York, 55-82.*

Salzmann, T., Edmonston, B. and Raymer, J. (2010) Demographic Aspects of Migration. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

Silverman, E.,  Bijak, J. and Noble, J. (2011) ‘Feeding the Beast: Can Computational Demographic Models Free Us from the Tyranny of Data?’ In: T Lenaerts, M Giacobini, H Bersini, P Bourgine, M Dorigo and R Doursat (eds.) Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2011, MIT Press, Cambridge MA, 2011, 747–754.*  

Simpson, L. and Berrington, A. (2016) ‘Household Composition and Housing Need.’ In Champion, T. and Falkingham, J. (eds) Population change in the United Kingdom, Rowman & Littlefield International, London,  Chapter 7, 105-124.

Smith, P.W.F., Berrington, A. and Sturgis, P. (2009) ‘A comparison of graphical models and structural equation models for the analysis of longitudinal survey data.’ In Lynn, P. (ed.), Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys. Wiley.

Tammes, P. (2013) Oostjoodse Passanten en Blijvers. Aankomst, opvang, transmigratie en vestiging van joden uit Rusland in Amsterdam en Rotterdam, Menasseh ben Israel Institute.*

Tammes, P. (2013) ‘Oostjoden in Nederland.’ In Tammes, P. Oostjoodse Passanten en Blijvers. Aankomst, opvang, transmigratie en vestiging van joden uit Rusland in Amsterdam en Rotterdam, 1882-1914, Menasseh ben Israel Institute, 9-13.*

Tammes, P. (2013) ‘Aankomst en opvang van Oostjoden in Amsterdam en Rotterdam.’ In Tammes, P. Oostjoodse Passanten en Blijvers. Aankomst, opvang, transmigratie en vestiging van joden uit Rusland in Amsterdam en Rotterdam, 1882-1914, Menasseh ben Israel Institute, 15-50.*

Tammes, P. (2013) ‘Vestiging van joden uit Rusland in Rotterdam.’ In Tammes, P. Oostjoodse Passanten en Blijvers. Aankomst, opvang, transmigratie en vestiging van joden uit Rusland in Amsterdam en Rotterdam, 1882-1914, Menasseh ben Israel Institute, 73-90.*

Tammes, P. (2013) ‘Oostjoodse passanten en blijvers: bevindingen en vooruitblik.’ In Tammes, P. Oostjoodse Passanten en Blijvers. Aankomst, opvang, transmigratie en vestiging van joden uit Rusland in Amsterdam en Rotterdam, 1882-1914, Menasseh ben Israel Institute, 129-134.*

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