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  • Fertility and family policies in Central and Eastern Europe after 1990 

    Frejka, Tomas; Gietel-Basten, Stuart; Abolina, Liga; Abuladze, Liili; Aksyonova, Svitlina; Akrap, AnĎelko; Antipova, Ekaterina; Bobic, Mirjana; Čipin, Ivan; Fakeyeva, Liudmila; Foldes, Ionut; Jasilioniene, Aiva; Kostova, Dora; Kotowska, Irena; Krimer, Boris; von der Lippe, Elena; Kurylo, Iryna; Maslauskaite, Ausra; Mikolai, Julia; Muresan, Cornelia; Petar, Vasic; Potančoková, Michaela; Pronko, Tatyana; Puur, Allan; Rasevic, Mirjana; Rybińska, Anna; Sakkeus, Luule; Sambt, Jože; Sobotka, Tomáš; Šprocha, Branislav; Staddon, Rebecca; Stankuniene, Vlada; Štastná, Anna; Strmota, Marin; Stropnik, Nada; Tymicki, Krzysztof; Vishnevsky, Anatoly; Zakharov, Sergei; Zeman, Kryštof; Zvidrins, Peteris (2016-05-23) - Journal article
    This paper examines fertility and family policies in 15 Central and East European (CEE) countries to establish firstly, likely directions of cohort fertility trends for the coming decade; and secondly, to provide an overview ...
  • Housing 'Generation Rent' 

    McKee, Kim; Hoolachan, Jennifer Elizabeth (University of St Andrews, 2015-06-18) - Report
    'Generation Rent' denotes young people under 35 who are spending longer periods of their life in the private rented sector (PRS) because of challenges accessing both home ownership and social rented housing1. The 2007 ...
  • Interpretation of lake sediment accumulation rates 

    Bennett, Keith David; Buck, Caitlin E. (2016-07) - Journal article
    The pattern of ancient sediment accumulation in lake basins is usually determined for the sole purpose of obtaining a chronology of the sequence. We develop graphical representations of lake basins and how they fill with ...
  • Mapping areas of spatial-temporal overlap from wildlife tracking data 

    Long, Jed; Webb, Stephen; Nelson, Trisalyn; Gee, Kenneth (2015-11-01) - Journal article
    Background The study of inter-individual interactions (often termed spatial-temporal interactions, or dynamic interactions) from remote tracking data has focused primarily on identifying the presence of such interactions. ...
  • Mars surface context cameras past, present, and future 

    Gunn, M. D.; Cousins, Claire Rachel (2016-04) - Journal item
    Mars has been the focus of robotic space exploration since the 1960s, in which time there have been over 40 missions, some successful, some not. Camera systems have been a core component of all instrument payloads sent to ...
  • Securing disunion: young people’s nationalism, identities and (in)securities in the campaign for an independent Scotland 

    Botterill, Katherine; Hopkins, Peter; Sanghera, Gurchathen Singh; Arshad, Rowena (2016-11) - Journal article
    This paper explores ethnic and religious minority youth perspectives of security and nationalism in Scotland during the independence campaign in 2014. We discuss how young people co-construct narratives of Scottish nationalism ...
  • Should historic sites protection be targeted at the most famous? Evidence from a contingent valuation in Scotland 

    Kuhfuss, Laure Line; Hanley, Nicholas David; Whyte, Russell (2016-08-01) - Journal article
    We used a contingent valuation survey of a random sample of the general public living in Scotland to estimate how willingness to pay (WTP) for the conservation of historic sites (such as castles and stone circles) varies ...
  • Welfare, growth and environment: a sceptical review of the skeptical environmentalist (Bjørn Lomborg, Cambridge University Press, 2001) 

    FitzRoy, Felix; Smith, Ian (School of Economics and Finance, University of St Andrews, 2002) - Working or discussion paper
    In his wide ranging attempt to review the literature on economic development and welfare in relation to the environment, Lomborg claims balance and objectivity, but actually presents a thoroughly misleading picture of ...
  • Why mutual helping in most natural systems is neither conflict-free nor based on maximal conflict 

    Bshary, Redouan; Zuberbuhler, Klaus; van Schaik, Carel (2016-02) - Journal article
    Mutual helping for direct benefits can be explained by various game theoretical models, which differ mainly in terms of the underlying conflict of interest between two partners. Conflict is minimal if helping is self-serving ...