Publications


Conferences and presentations given by CPC staff

2009

Bell D (2009) The Challenge of Elderly Care in Rural Communities. Public lecture, Inverness, 16 April 2009.

Bell D (2009) Microsimulation in a cold climateESRC Microsimulation Seminar, Leeds, 2 July 2009.

Berrington A (2009) Fertility Research - Key Questions. The Future of Human Reproduction Workshop, University of Oxford, 8 June 2009.

Berrington A (2009) Fertility postponement and recuperation demographic trends in childbearing in Europe. Fertility and Reproduction Seminar Series, Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford, 19 October 2009.

Berrington A and Smith W F (2009) Poster presentation: Changes in sexual morality in Britain: The role of cohort replacement and period effects. International Union for the Scientific Study of Population Conference, Marrakech, 27 September-2 October 2009.

Berrington A Stone J and Falkingham J (2009) Changing patterns of leaving home and non-family living of young adults in the UKBritish Society for Population Studies Annual Conference, Brighton, 9–11 September 2009.

Bijak J (2009) Uncertain world of international migration. ESRC-CASS Migration and Labour Markets Workshop, Beijing, 8–9 June 2009.

Bijak J (2009) Uncertain World of International Migration and Its Implications for Population ProjectionsBritish Society for Population Studies Annual Conference, Brighton, 9–11 September 2009.

Bijak J,  E Tabeau, M Żółtkowski (2009) Invited presentation Population Losses in the Siege of Sarajevo 10 September 1992 to 10 August 1994Workshop on Estimating War Victims in the Former Yugoslavia, 1991–1999: Challenges and Achievements, Sarajevo, 17 October 2009.*

Boyle P J (2009) Invited panellist: Regimes and relationships of care among transnational migrants and left-behind families. Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, Las Vegas, 22–27 March 2009.

Boyle P J (2009) Family migration, commuting and mental health. Family Migration and Housing Workshop, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 2–3 April 2009.

Boyle P J (2009) Invited plenary: A career in spatial demography. University of Groningen 395th Anniversary Celebrations, Groningen, 16 April 2009.

Boyle P J (2009) Invited discussant: Spatial demography and health. Population Association of America Annual Conference, Detroit, 30 April-2 May 2009.

Boyle P J (2009) Inter-disciplinary research: a personal perspective. Scottish Crucible, University of St Andrews, 15 May 2009.

Boyle P J (2009) The influence of family migration on women's engagement with the labour market. ESRC-CASS Migration and Labour Markets Workshop, Beijing, 8–9 June 2009.

Boyle P J and Exeter D (2009) Area-level deprivation mobility and premature mortality in Scotland, 1981-2001. Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, Las Vegas, 22–27 March 2009.

Evandrou M (2009) Older International Migrants: Who Migrates to England and Wales in Later Life? ESRC-CASS Migration and Labour Markets Workshop, Beijing, 8–9 June 2009.

Evandrou M and Falkingham J (2008) Invited plenary : International Perspectives on Healthy Independent Ageing. Independent Healthy Ageing – showcasing research and identifying issues to inform public policy and develop the evidence base, General Register Office for Scotland Conference, Glasgow, 13November 2008.

Faggian, A., Li, C. and Wright, R.E. (2009) Graduate Migration Flows: Importing and Exporting Human CapitalHigher Education – Making a Difference to Economies and Communities, Belfast, 28 January 2009.

Faggian, A., Li, C. and Wright, R.E. (2009) Graduate Migration FlowsMeeting of the European Society of Population Economics, Seville, Spain, 11-13 June 2009.

Faggian, A., Li, C. and Wright, R.E. (2009) Graduate Migration FlowsScotland’s Universities and The Economy: Impact, Value and Challenges, University of Strathclyde, 30 June 2009.

Falkingham J (2009) The ESRC Centre for Population Change: An Introduction. ESRC Understanding Population Trends and Processes (UPTAP) Workshop, University of Leeds, 23-25 March, 2009

Falkingham J (2009) The Value Added of Government Partnering with Academia: An introduction to the work of the ESRC Centre for Population Change. Ageing - Ensuring Research and Statistics Meet The Needs Of A Changing Society, Office of National Statistics One Day Seminar, London, 27 March 2009.

Falkingham J and Coast E (2009) Population Research and Knowledge Transfer in the UK. Disseminating Scientific Information on Population: Who Does What In Europe? First workshop to build a European Population Information Partnership (EPIP) between demographic institutes and university departments. Institute National d’Etudes Démographiques, Paris, 4-5 May 2009.

Flowerdew R (2009) Understanding the modifiable areal unit problem. EEO/AGI(S) Seminar Series, Edinburgh, 6 March 2009.*

Graham E and Jordan L. (2009) Migrant mothers, migrant fathers and the psychological well-being of children left behind: a comparative analysis of four countries in South-East Asia. British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference, Brighton, 9–11 September, 2009.*

Graham, E. Yeoh, B. and Jordan, L. (2009) Transnational migration, gendered relationships of care and child well-being in Indonesia. South-East Asia, Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, Las Vegas, 22–27 March 2009.*

Heath S (2009) Housing choices and issues for young people in the UK. Children, Young People and Housing in Wales, Shelter Cymru Conference,Cardiff, 29April 2009.

Heath S (2009) Displaying connectedness: researching the transnational family practices of Polish migrant workers living in Scotland and England. Turning Personal Conference, University of Manchester, 16-17 September 2009.

Heath S (2009) Keynote presentation:Housing, households and changing (inter)dependencies: comparative reflections in troubled times. BSA Youth Study Group Postgraduate Seminar: Youth Transitions in a Time of Recession, University of Kent, October 2009.

Jordan L and Graham E (2009), Migration Patterns among Temporary Foreign Workers from South-East Asia: Policy Influences and Implications for the Immigration Debate. Thirty-first Annual APPAM Research Conference, Washington, DC, 5-7 November 2009.*

Jordan L, Graham E, Yeoh B,  Asis M and Anh, D.N. (2009) The policy context, social protection and transnational labour migration in South-East Asia. Asian Social Protection in Comparative Perspective, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and the University of Maryland School of Public Policy, in association with APPAM, Singapore, 7-9 January 2009.*

Kennes J and Knowles J (2009) Marriage, Fertility and Step-Families: An Equilibrium Analysis. Sixth Annual Vienna Macroeconomic Workshop on Current Topics in Macroeconomic Theory and Policy, Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS), Vienna, Austria, 9 October 2009.

Kulu H, Boyle P J and Andersson G (2009) High suburban fertility: evidence from four Northern European countriesPopulation Association of America Annual Conference, Detroit, 30 April–2 May 2009.

Mateos-Planas X (2009) Credit lines and household heterogeneity. Society for Economic Dynamics Annual Congress, Istanbul, June 2009.

Mateos-Planas X (2009) Credit lines and household heterogeneity. European Econometric Society Annual Congress, Barcelona, August 2009.

Mosca, I. and Wright, R.E. (2009) Migration and the Pursuit of Graduate JobsMaking An Impact – Universities and the Regional Economy, Woburn House Conference Centre, London, 4 November 2009.

Ni Bhrolchain M (2009) Measuring and explaining fertility change. 'Fertility in the Past, Present and Future Conference', Cambridge, July 2009.

Ni Bhrolchain M (2009) John Hajnal's contributions to fertility research. British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference, Brighton, 9–11 September 2009.

Raymer J (2008) Migration research within the Centre for Population Change. Improving Population and Household Statistics: The Role of Government, Academia and Local Partners, Population & Migration Statistics Branch, General Register Office for Scotland, Edinburgh, 31 October 2008.  

Raymer J (2009) A flexible population model for studying changes in health and well-being in later life, employment and household composition. Statistics Norway, Oslo, 26March 2009.

Raymer J and Abel G (2009) A dynamic projection model for the UK population including minorities. Multi-Attribute Analysis and Projection of Ethnic Populations Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences 2 Network Programme Seminar, European Science Foundation, Jevnaker, Norway, 3-5 June 2009. 

Raymer J, Abel G, Forster J J, Smith P W F and Bijak J (2009) A dynamic projection model for the foreign-born, second generation and native-born populations in the UK. British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference, University of Sussex, 9-11 September 2009.

Raymer J, Smith P W F, Giulietti C (2009) Combining internal migration data from different sources. Population Association of America Annual meeting, Michigan, 30 April–2 May 2009.

Schoonbroodt A (2009) Who owns children and does it matter? Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association (LACEA) and Latin American Meeting of the Econometric Society (LAMES) 2009 Parallel Meetings, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 3 October 2009.

Schoonbroodt A (2009) Who owns children and does it matter? Sixth Annual Vienna Macroeconomic Workshop on Current Topics in Macroeconomic Theory and Policy, Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS), Vienna, Austria, 10 October 2009.

Stone J (2009) Imperfect timing? The epidemiological consequences of using available data to measure life-course socioeconomic positionBSA Medical Sociology Group Annual Meeting, University of Manchester, 4 September 2009.

Stone J & Berrington A (2009) Living alone in young adulthood:findings for the UK 1988-2008. Centre for Research on Families and Relationships Solo-Living Seminar, University of Edinburgh, 26th October, 2009

Stone J,  Berrington A, Calvert E and Heath S (2009) Living without kin: the rise in non-family living among young adults in the UKEuropean living arrangements workshop, London School of Economics, 18th December, 2009

Vlachantoni A (2009) Care credits in the British pension system: how do they work and are they enough?The Annual Conference of the Social Policy Association, Edinburgh 29 June-1 July 2009.

Vlachantoni A (2009) Poster presentation: Care credits in the German and British pension systems: how do they work and are they enough? International Association of Geriatrics and Gerontology Congress. Paris, 5-9 July 2009.

Vlachantoni A (2009) Care credits in the British pension system. The Annual Conference of the British Society of Gerontology. Bristol, 2-4 September 2009.

Williamson L, Van Ham M, Boyle P J, Feijten P and Doherty J (2009) Right to Buy, time to move? Moving behaviour & desires. British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference, University of Brighton, Brighton, September 9-11

Wright R.E. (2009) Keynote address: Economics in Scotland. Scottish Government Economist Away Day, Edinburgh, 27 February 2009.

Wright R.E. (2009) Demographic Change and Macroeconomic Performance: Scottish Evidence from a CGE Mode. University of Pablo De Olavide, Seville, Spain, 9 March 2009.

Wright R.E. (2009) Importing and Exporting Human Capita. Scottish Economic Society Annual Conference. 27-29 April 2009.

Wright R.E. (2009) Demographic Changes: The Scottish Experience in the Wider UK and EU Context. The Employability of Older Workers, Edinburgh Napier University, 1 July 2009.

Wright R.E. (2009) Demographic Change and Macroeconomic Performance: Evidence from Scotland. Demography Lecture, Office of National Statistics, Titchfield, 6 July 6 2009 and Seminar, Department of Social Statistics, University of Southampton, 6 July 2009.

Wright R.E. (2009) Keynote speaker: Scotland’s Demographic Prospects. ISA International Housing Conference, Mitchell Library, Glasgow, 2 September 2009.

Wright, R.E. (2009) Devolved Immigration Policy: Will it Work in Scotland? Seminar, Fraser of Allander Institute, University of Strathclyde, 22 October 2009.

Wright, R.E. (2009) Population Policy: Lessons from Canada. Canadianaich ann an AlbaEden Centre, Inverness, 24 October 2009.

*Presentations by CPC members, not directly arising from CPC award.