Items where Division is "Faculty of Social and Human Sciences > Social Sciences > Social Statistics & Demography" and Year is 2010
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Abel, Guy J. (2010) Estimation of international migration flow tables in Europe. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society), 173, (4), 797-825. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-985X.2009.00636.x).
Abel, Guy J., Bijak, Jakub and Raymer, James (2010) A comparison of official population projections with Bayesian time series forecasts for England and Wales. Population Trends, 141, (1), Autumn Issue, 95-114. (doi:10.1057/pt.2010.23). (PMID:20927031).
Abel, Guy J., Bijak, Jakub and Raymer, James (2010) A comparison of official population projections with Bayesian time series forecasts for England and Wales. Southampton, GB, ESRC Centre for Population Change (Centre for Population Change Working Paper, 7).
Baschieri, Angela and Kovats, Sari (2010) Climate and child health in rural areas of low and middle income countries: a review of the epidemiological evidence. International Public Health Journal, 2, (4), 431-445.
Beaujouan, Eva (2010) Children at home, staying alone? Paths towards repartnering for men and women in France. , ESRC Centre for Population Change (ESRC Centre for Population Change Working Paper, 4).
Berrington, Ann, Stone, Juliet and Falkingham, Jane (2010) How far have transitions to adulthood changed in the last decade? Evidence from the United Kingdom Labour Force Survey. , UK, ESRC Centre for Population Change (ESRC Centre for Population Change Working Paper, 5).
Bijak, Jakub (2010) Forecasting international migration in Europe: a Bayesian view, Dordrecht, NL, Springer, 308pp. (Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis, 24).
Calvert, E. (2010) Young people’s housing transitions in context. , ESRC Centre for Population Change, 38pp. (ESRC Centre for Population Change Working Paper 8).
Channon, A.R., Matthews, Z. and Falkingham, J. (2010) Sexual and reproductive health and poverty. In, Malarcher, Shawn (ed.) Social Determinants of Sexual and Reproductive Health: Informing Future Research and Programme Implementation. Geneva, Switzerland, World Health Organisation, 73-92.
Channon, Andrew, Matthews, Zoe and Neal, Sarah (2010) Climbing the ladder to equitable access for mothers and children: health system transitions to universal coverage in urban and rural settings. In, Population Association of America Annual Meeting, Dallas, US, 15 - 17 Apr 2010.
Channon, Andrew A.R. and Frost, Melanie Dawn (2010) Fertility transitions: do countries follow a common pathway? In, British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference, Exeter, GB, 13 - 15 Sep 2010.
Chikhungu, Lana (2010) Determinants of Stunting and Underweight in Malawi. At British Society for Population Studies, Exeter, GB, 13 - 15 Sep 2010.
Chikhungu, Lana (2010) Socioeconomic and environmental determinants of childhood diarrhoea in Malawi. In, British Society for Population Studies, Exeter, GB, 13 - 15 Sep 2010.
Essendi, Hildah, Mills, Samuel and Fotso, Jean-Christophe (2010) Barriers to formal emergency obstetric care services’ utilization. Journal of Urban Health, 88, supplement 2, 356-369. (doi:10.1007/s11524-010-9481-1).
Falkingham, Jane, Evandrou, Maria, McGowan, Teresa, Bell, D and Bowes, A (2010) Demographic issues, projections and trends: older people with high support needs in the UK. Southampton, GB, Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF Programme Paper: a Better Life).
Ghosh, M., Song, J., Forster, Jonathan J., Mitra, Robin and Mukherjee, B. (2010) On the equivalence of posterior inference based on retrospective and prospective likelihoods. Southampton, GB, University of Southampton, 11pp.
Matthews, Zoe, Channon, Andrew A.R., Neal, Sarah, Osrin, David, Madise, Nyovani and Stones, William (2010) Examining the ‘‘Urban Advantage’’ in maternal health care in developing countries. PLoS Medicine, 7, (9), e1000327-[7pp]. (doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1000327).
Perelli-Harris, Brienna and Sánchez Gassen, Nora (2010) The reciprocal relationship between the state and union formation across Western Europe: policy dimensions and theoretical considerations. Rostock, DE, Max-Planck-Institute for Demographic Research, 45pp. (MPIDR Working Paper, WP 2010-034).
Pfeffermann, Danny (2010) Small area estimation. In, Lovric, M. (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Statistical Science. Berlin, DE, Springer.
Sage, Joanna (2010) The emerging internal migration of students. In, Fifth International Conference on Population Geographies, Hanover, US, 05 - 09 Aug 2010.
Sage, Joanna (2010) The micro-geographies of studentification. In, Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Washington, US, 14 - 16 Apr 2010.
Sage, Joanna (2010) Purpose-built student accommodation: a panacea for balanced communities? Research Seminar, Geography Department, University of Reading, Reading, GB,
Smith, Darren (2010) The ‘death’ of labour-motivated family migration. In, British-Irish Population Conference, 12 - 13 May 2010. Galway, IE,
Sturgis, Patrick (2010) An investigation into potential bias in the Young Person’s Monitor Data. London, GB, Wellcome Trust
Vitali, Agnese (2010) Regional differences in young Spaniards’ living arrangement decisions: a multilevel approach. Advances in Life Course Research, 15, (2-3), 97-108. (doi:10.1016/j.alcr.2010.04.003).
Vitali, Agnese and Arpino, Bruno (2010) Home leaving among second generation migrants in Spain: a cross-classified multilevel analysis. In, XLV Meeting of the Italian Statistical Society, Padova, IT, 16 - 18 Jun 2010. 8pp.
Weeks, John R., Getis, Arthur, Hill, Allan G., Agyei-Mensah, Samuel and Rain, David (2010) Neighborhoods and fertility in Accra, Ghana: an AMOEBA-based approach. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 100, (3), 558-578. (doi:10.1080/00045601003791391). (PMID:21572914).
Wilson, Chris, Sobotka, Tomas, Williamson, Lee and Boyle, Paul (2010) A simple method for estimating inter-generational replacement based on fertility and migration European examples. Southampton, GB, ESRC Centre for Populaton Change (Centre for Population Change Working Paper, 9).