Barbulescu, R., Bermudez, A. and Brey, E. (2015) ¿Vente para Europa, Pepe? La nueva emigración desde España en tiempos de crisis económica. Panorama Social, 22, Segundo semestre 2015.*
Bell, D. and Eiser, D. (2015) The economic case for further fiscal decentralisation to Scotland: theoretical and empirical. National Institute Economic Review, 233 (1), R27-R36.
Bennett, R., Chepngeno-Langat, G., Evandrou, M. and Falkingham, J. (2015) Resilience in the face of post-election violence in Kenya: The mediating role of social networks. Social Science and Medicine, 128, 159-167.*
Berrington, A., Perelli-Harris, B. and Trevena, P. (2015) Commitment and the changing sequence of cohabitation, childbearing, and marriage: Insights from qualitative research in the UK. Demographic Research, 33 (12), 327-362.
Berrington, A., Stone, J. and Beaujouan, E. (2015) Educational differences in timing and quantum of childbearing in Britain: A study of cohorts born 1940−1969. Demographic Research, 33 (26), 733-764.
Bijak, J., Alberts, I., Alho, J., Bryant. J., Buettner , T., Falkingham, J., Forster, J.J., Gerland, P., Keilman, N., King, T., O’Hagan, A., Onorante, L., Owens, D., Raftery, A.E,. Ševčíková, H. and Smith, P.W.F. (2015) Probabilistic population forecasts for informed decision making. Letter to the Editor. Journal of Official Statistics, 31 (4), 537-544.
Channon, M., Hosegood, V. and McGrath, N. (2015) A longitudinal population-based analysis of relationship status and mortality in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 2001-2011. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 70, 56-64.*
Feng, Z., Vlachantoni, A., Evandrou, M. and Falkingham, J. (2015) Neighbourhood effects and pension protection amongst ethnic minorities in England and Wales. Population, Space and Place, (Online First View).*
Fernandez-Carro, C., Modenes, J.A. and Spijker, J. (2015) Living conditions as predictor of elderly residential satisfaction. A cross-European view by poverty status. European Journal of Ageing, 12, (3), 187-202, DOI 10.1007/s10433-015-0338-z.*
Findlay, A. and Cranston, S. (2015) What is in a research agenda? An assessment of research developments in the arena of skilled international migration. International Development Planning Review, 37 (1), 17-31.
Findlay, A., McCollum, D., Coulter, R. and Gayle, V. (2015) New mobilities across the lifecourse: a framework for analysing demographically-linked drivers of migration. Population, Place and Space, Population, Place and Space, 21 (4), 390-402.
Findlay, A. and Mulder, C.H. (2015) Scoping the Future of ‘Population, Space and Place’. Population, Space and Place, 21 (8), 689-691.*
Gomez-Leon, M. and Miret-Gamundi, P. (2015) Health, Education, and Retirement over the Prolonged Life Cycle. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2014, 12, 115-140.
Graham, E., Jordan, L.P. and Yeoh, B.S.A. (2015) Parental migration and the mental health of those who stay behind to care for children in South-East Asia. Social Science & Medicine,132, 225-235.*
Heath, S., McGhee, D. and Trevena, P. (2015) Continuity versus innovation: Young Polish migrants and practices of 'doing family' in the context of achieving independence in the UK. Migration Studies: Polish Diaspora Review, 3/2015 Special Issue: Polish Transnational Families in United Europe, 139-156.
Hoang, L.A., Lam, T., Yeoh, B.S.A. and Graham, E. (2015) Transnational migration, changing care arrangements and left-behind children's responses in South-east Asia. Children's Geographies, 13 (3), 263-277.*
Holland, J.A. and Keizer, R. (2015) Family Attitudes and Fertility Timing in Sweden. European Journal of Population/Revue Européenne de Démographie, 31 (3), 259-285.*
Jordan, L., Qiang, R. and Falkingham, J. (2015) Youth education and learning in 21st century China: Disentangling the impacts of migration, residence and Hukou. Chinese Sociological Review, 47 (1), 57-83.*
Kahn, M.A. and Wright, R.E. (2015) Microcredit, Entrepreneurship and Household Outcomes. Journal of Social Business, 5 (1).*
McCollum, D. and Findlay, A. (2015) ‘Flexible’ workers for ‘flexible’ jobs? The labour market function of A8 migrant labour in the UK. Work, Employment and Society, 29 (3), 427-443.
McGhee, D., Trevena, P. and Heath, S. (2015) Social Relationships and Relationships in Context: Post-Accession Poles in Southampton. Population Space and Place, 21 (5), 433-445.*
McGrath, N., Eaton, J., Newell, M. and Hosegood, V. (2015) Migration, sexual behaviour, and HIV risk: a general population cohort in rural South Africa. Lancet HIV, 2 (6), e252-e259.*
Meyer, T. (2015) Beveridge not Bismarck! European lessons for men’s and women’s pensions in Germany. Chinese Public Policy Review, (Forthcoming).*
Meyer, T. (2015) Die dritte Säule in der Alterssicherung –brauchen wir eine Neubewertung nach der Finanz- und Wirtschaftskrise? Deutschland im europäischen Vergleich. (The third pillar – re-evaluation after the financial and economic crisis - Germany in comparison with the rest of Europe). Zeitschrift für Sozialen Fortschritt, 64, 189-195.*
Neal, S. and Hosegood, V. (2015) How Reliable Are Reports of Early Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health Events In Demographic and Health Surveys? International Perspectives in Sexual and Reproductive Health, 41 (4), 210-217.*
Orne-Gliemann, J., Larmarange, J., Boyer, S., Iwuji, C., McGrath, N., Barnighausen, T., Zuma, T., Dray-Spira, R., Spire, B., Rochat, T., Lert, F. and Imrie, J. (2015) Addressing social issues in a universal HIV test and treat intervention trial (ANRS 12249 TasP) in South Africa: methods for appraisal. BMC Public Health, 15 (209).*
Packwood, H. (2015) Book Review. The Price of Rights: Regulating International Labour Migration by Martin Ruhs. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, 2013. Population Space and Place, 21 (6), 582-585.*
Perelli-Harris, B. and Bernardi, L. (2015) Exploring social norms around cohabitation: The life course, individualization, and culture. Introduction to Special Collection: “Focus on Partnerships: Discourses on cohabitation and marriage throughout Europe and Australia” 2015. Demographic Research, 33 (25), 701-732.*
Perelli-Harris, B. and Lyons-Amos, M. (2015) Changes in partnership patterns across the life course: An examination of 14 countries in Europe and the United States. Demographic Research, 33 (6), 145-178.*
Qin, M., Zhuang, Y.E. and Liu, H.Y. (2015) Old age insurance participation among rural-urban. Demographic Research, 133, (37), 1047-1066.*
Ralston, K., Gayle, V. and Lambert, P. (2015) Gender, occupation and first birth: Do ‘career men’ delay first birth too? Sociological Research online, 21 (1), 3.*
Razin, A. and Wahba, J. (2015) Welfare Magnet Hypothesis, Fiscal Burden, and Immigration Skill Selectivity. The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 117 (7), 369-402.
Raymo, J.M., Carlso, M., Van Orman, A., Lim, S-J., Perelli-Harris, B. and Iwasawa, M. (2015) Educational differences in early childbearing: A cross-national comparative study. Demographic Research, 33 (3) 65-92.*
Robards, J., Vlachantoni, A., Evandrou, M. and Falkingham, J. (2015) Informal caring in England and Wales - stability and transition between 2001 and 2011. Advances in Life Course Research, 24, 21-33.*
Sabater, A. (2015) Between Flows and Places: Using Geodemographics to Examine Intra-EU Migration in Britain. European Journal of Population, 31 (2), 207-230.*
Sanchez Gassen, N and Perelli-Harris, B. (2015) The increase in cohabitation and the role of union status in family policies: A comparison of 12 European countries. Journal of European Social Policy, 25 (4), 431-449.*
Stone, J., Evandrou, M., Falkingham, J. and Vlachantoni, A. (2015) Women's economic activity trajectories over the life course: implications for the self-rated health of women aged 64+ in England. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 69, (9), 873-879, doi: 10.1136/jech-2014-204777.
Tindal, S., Packwood, H., Findlay, A., McCollum, D. and Leahy, S. (2015) In what sense distinctive? An analysis of cross-border student migration flows. Geoforum, 64, 90-99.
Trevena, P., McGhee, D. and Heath, S. (2015) Parental Capital and Strategies for School Choice Making: Polish Parents in England and Scotland. Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 5, (1), 71-92.*
Väisänen, H. (2015) Using Panel Data to Examine Pregnancy Attitudes over Time. International Journal of Population Studies, 1, (1), 109-121.*
Väisänen, H. (2015) The Association between Education and Induced Abortion in Finland: A Cohort Perspective. Population Studies, 69, (3), 373-388.*
Van Der Wielen, N. and Bijak, J. (2015) Welfare participation: A comparison between immigrants and natives in the United Kingdom. Migration Letters, 12 (2), 67-78.*
Vitali, A., Aasve, A. and Lappegard, T. (2015) Diffusion of Childbearing Within Cohabitation. Demography, 52 (2), 355-377.*
Vitali, A. and Arpino, B. (2015) Living arrangements of second-generation immigrants in Spain: A cross-classified multilevel analysis. Regional Studies, 49 (2), 189-203.*
Vitali, A. and Billari, F. (2015) Changing Determinants of Low Fertility and Diffusion: a Spatial Analysis for Italy. Population, Space and Place, 23 (2).
Vlachantoni, A., Feng, Z., Evandrou, M. and Falkingham, J. (2015) Ethnicity and occupational pension membership in the UK. Social Policy & Administration, 49 (7), 801-823.*
Vlachantoni, A., Shaw, R., Evandrou, M. and Falkingham, J. (2015) The determinants of receiving social care in later life in England. Ageing and Society, 35 (2),321-345 *
Wahba, J. (2015) Selection, selection, selection: the impact of return migration. Journal of Population Economics, 28 (3), 535-563.
Wiśniowski, A., Smith, P.W.F., Bijak, J., Raymer, J. and Forster, J.J. (2015) Bayesian population forecasting: extending the Lee-Carter method. Demography, 52, (3), 1035-1059.
Zaba, B., Reniers, G., Slaymaker, E., Todd, J., Glynn, J., Crampin, A., Urassa, M., Lutalo, T., Newell, M.L., Hosegood, V., Clark, S. and Gregson, S. (2015) Understanding why people participate in HIV surveillance. Response to Dermot Maher article “The ethics of feedback of HIV test results in population-based surveys of HIV infection”. Bulletin of the World Health Organisation, 93 (356).*
*Journal articles by CPC members, not directly arising from CPC award.