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Ariely, G.Bijak, J. Landesmann, R. Poria, Y. and Warnes, R. (2011) Futures of Borders: A Forward Study of European Border Checks. Report for Frontex: EU external borders agency. Liron Systems Ltd./University of Southampton/University of Ben Gurion, Eilat/Southampton/ Be’er Sheva, December 2011.
Bell, D. (2010) The Impact of Devolution: Long-term care provision in the UK. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.
Bell, D. (2011) ‘The Scottish economy : seeking an advantage?’ Report in Mackay, D. (ed.) Scotland’s Economic Future, Reform Scotland, Chapter 6.
Bell, D. (2012) Report on the Draft Scottish Budget 2013-14. Report for the Finance Committee of the Scottish Parliament, Stirling, September 2012.
Bell, D. (2015) Indexing Scottish Welfare Payments: Evidence for the Welfare Reform Committee of the Scottish Parliament, Centre on Constitutional Change, September 2015.
Bell, D. (2015) A Year on…A Report for the Hunter Foundation, Centre on Constitutional Change, September 2015.
Bell, D. (2016) Who will be affected by Scotland’s new welfare powers? Centre on Constitutional Change, April 2016.
Bell, D. and Eiser, D. (2013) Inequality in Scotland: trends, drivers and implication for the independence debate. Report for the ESRC Future of the UK and Scotland project, Stirling, November 2013.
Bell, D. and Eiser, D. (2014) Scotland’s Fiscal Future in the UK, Future of the UK and Scotland, September 2014.
Bell, D., Eiser, D. and Phillips, D. (2015) Adjusting Scotland’s Block Grant for new Tax and Welfare Powers: Assessing the options, Institute for Fiscal Studies, November 2015.
Bell, D. and Eiser, D. (2015) Addressing inequality in Scotland: what can be done?, David Hume Institute, July 2015.
Berrington, A. and Mikolai, J. (2014) Young Adults’ Licence-Holding and Driving Behaviour in the UK: Full findings. RAC Foundation, London, December 2014.
Berrington, A. and Stone, J. (2015) Cohabitation trends and patterns in the UK. ESRC Centre for Population Change Report,UK,February 2015.
Bijak, J. (2010) Independent review of methods for distributing international immigration estimates to regions, ONS Report, Office for National Statistics.
Bijak, J. (2012) Migration Assumptions in the UK National Population Projections: Methodology Review. Report for the Office for National Statistics. University of Southampton.
Bijak, J. (2017) A note on the use of Bayesian methods in official statistics. In: Bulletin of the Inter-American Statistical Institute (IASI), No. #112 (in English and Spanish), Inter-American Statistical Institute (IASI), March 2017.
Bijak, J. Disney, G. Lubman, S. Wisniowski, A. (2013) Towards Reliable Migration Statistics for the United Kingdom. Report in response to the House of Commons Public Administration Select Committee Call for Evidence on Migration Statistics. CPC University of Southampton, January 2013.
Bijak, J., Dodd, E., Forster, J.J. and Smith P.W.F. (2015) English Life Tables No. 17 Methodology. New methodology explaining the graduation method for the ONS English Life Tables, No. 17 2010-2012, August 2015.
Bijak, J., Hilton, J. and Forster, J. (2017) Quantitative assessment of asylum-related migration: A survey of methodology. EASO, Belgium, August 2017.
Catney, G. and Sabater, A. (2015) Ethnic Minority Disadvantage in the Labour Market: Participation, Skills and Geographical Inequalities. Joseph Rowntree Foundation report, UK, March 2015.
Channon, A. Neal, S. Matthews, Z and Falkingham, J. (2013) Maternal Health Inequalities over Time: Is there a Common Pathway? Background Paper for “ADDRESSING INEQUALITIES The Heart of the Post-2015 Development Agenda and the Future We Want for All Global Thematic Consultation”, October 2013.
CPC (2013) Research activity and highlights 2009-2013. ESRC Centre for Population Change, UK.
Dodd, E., Forster, J., Bijak, J. and Smith, P. (2017) Methodology Review for the Mortality Assumptions in the UK National Population Projections. Report for the Office for National Statistics,University of Southampton, UK, January 2017.
Disney, G., Wisniowski, A., Forster, J.J., Smith, P.W.F. and Bijak, J. (2015) Evaluation of existing migration forecasting methods and models. Report for the Migration Advisory Committee, ESRC Centre for Population Change, UK, October 2015.
Evandrou, M. and Falkingham, J. (2016) ‘Demography’.In Davies, S.C. Annual Report of the Chief Medical Office 2015, On the State of the Public’s Health, Baby Boomers: Fit for the Future, Department of Health, London, Chapter 2.
Evandrou, M., Falkingham, J., Feng, Z. and Vlachantoni, A. (2015) Two decades on: the continuing health disadvantage of South Asian Elders. ESRC Centre for Population Change Report, UK, June 2015.
Evandrou, M., Falkingham, J., Gomez Leon, M., Robards, J. and Vlachantoni, A. (2015) Local Government and the Demography of Ageing. Need to Know Review Number Five, Local Government Association, London, March 2015.
Falkingham, J. (2015) The changing shape of society. Chapter within the "Challenging preconceptions about ageing" section of the report titled "Facing the facts: The truth about ageing and development", Age International, London, February 2015.
Falkingham, J. Evandrou, M. McGowan, T. Bell, D. & Bowes, A .(2010) Demographic Issues, Projections and Trends: Older People with High Support Needs in the UK, A Report for The Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Falkingham, J., Evandrou, M. and Vlachantoni, A. (2014) Demographic Change and Poverty. Section within “Reducing poverty in the UK: A collection of evidence reviews”, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, UK, 27 August 2014.
Falkingham, J., Giulietti, C., Wahba, J. and Wang, C. (2017) CPC-ONS-UUK Survey of Graduating International Students, ESRC Centre for Population Change Report, UK, August 2017.
Falkingham, J. & McGowan, T. (2011) Review of the 2011 Census Relationship Matrix Imputation and Amend Relationship Algorithm, Report for the Office for National Statistics.
Falkingham, J. and McGowan, T. (2012) Comment on the proposed methods for producing the revised national level back-series of population estimates following the 2011 Census results.Report for the Office for National Statistics. University of Southampton.
Falkingham, J. and McGowan, T. (2013) Comment on the proposed methods for producing the revised subnational back-series of population estimates following the 2011 Census. Report for the Office for National Statistics. University of Southampton.
Feng, Z., Everington, D., Ralston, K., Dibben, C., Raab, G. and Graham, E. (2015) Geographies, risk factors and consequences of young people not in education, employment or training (NEET). Report to the Scottish Government, Updated August 2015.
Findlay, A. (ed.) (2016) “The Geographer” Magazine. Special Issue on Migration, Winter 2015-2016 edition, RSGS.
Findlay, A. McCollum, D. Abel, G.J. Wiśniowski, A. and Bijak, J. (2011) Delphi Survey of Immigration to the UK to 2060 with particular reference to environmental mobility. Report for the Government Office for Science, Foresight Global Environmental Migration Project. Centre for Population Change: Dundee and Southampton, May 2011.
Findlay, A. and Mulder, C. (Guest editors) (2015) Mobilities, linked lives and fluid lifecourses, Population, Space and Place, Virtual Issue, May 2015.
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Green, M., Iparraguirre, J., Davidson, S., Rossall, P. and Zaidi, A. (2017) Summary of Age UK’s Index of Wellbeing in Later Life. Age UK, London, February 2017.
Hilton J, Bijak J and Forster JJ (2016) Independent review of population projection methodology of the Greater London Authority. Report for the Greater London Authority. Southampton: ESRC Centre for Population Change, (Forthcoming).
Houson, D., Reuschke, D., Sabater, A., Maynard, K. and Stewart, N. (2014) Gaps in the Housing Safety Net. Shelter, London, July 2014.
Jamieson, L. (Editor) (2016) Families, Relationships and the Environment: Climate Change, Sustainability and Biodiversity. Families, Relationships and Societies, Special Issue, 5 (3), November 2016.
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McGhee, D. and Pietka-Nykaza, E. (2014) Independence Referendums: Who should vote and who should be offered citizenship? – Polish migrants in Scotland. Comment written online for www.eudo-citizenship.eu, July 2014.
Ni Bhrolchain, M. Beaujouan, E.& Murphy, M.(2010) Cohort childlessness in the GHS 1979-2007. Report submitted to ONS Demographic Analysis Branch and General Lifestyle Survey Branch, June 2010.
Perelli-Harris, B. and Bernardi, L. (Guest editors) (2015) Focus on Partnerships: Discourses on cohabitation and marriage throughout Europe and Australia. Special Collection in Demographic Research, 2014-15.
Raymer, J. Abel, G.J. Disney, G. & Wisniowski, A. (2011) Improving Estimates of Migration Flows for Eurostat. Report for the Office for National Statistics.
Raymer, J. Rees, P. & Blake, A. with contributions from Boden, P. Brown, J. Disney, G. Lomax, N. Norman, P. & Stillwell, J. (2012) Conceptual Framework for UK Population and Migration Statistics. Office for National Statistics.
Raymer, J. Smith, P.W.F. and Yildiz, D. (2013) Review of Methods for Estimating Populations with Administrative Data. Report for the National Records of Scotland, University of Southampton.
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Wakeling, P., Berrington, A. and Duta, A. (2015) Investigating an age threshold for independence at postgraduate level. Higher Education Funding Council for England, Bristol, December 2015.
Wright, R.E. (2013) Sub-National Immigration Policy: Can it Work in the UK? The Migration Obervatory Policy Primer, September 2013.