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The ESRC Centre for Population Change was established in January 2009, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council it is the UKs first research centre on population change. Based jointly at the University of Southampton and the National Records of Scotland, the ESRC Centre for Population Change brings together expertise from the Universities of Southampton, St. Andrews, Edinburgh, Strathclyde and Stirling as well as the National Records of Scotland and The Office for National Statistics.

The ESRC Centre for Population Change is carrying out research in the thematic areas of: Dynamics of fertility and family formation; Household change and living arrangements across the life course; The demographic and socio-economic implications of national and transnational migration; Modelling population growth and enhancing the evidence base for policy.

Within each of the four themes we are undertaking a series of research projects using a variety of research methods ranging from in-depth qualitative studies to enable us to discover more about underlying individual demographic behaviour, through to complex statistical and economic modelling.

For more information please visit the Centre for Population Change home page.

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