Centre for Population Change
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.
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(2018) - Journal articleThe growing commercialisation of migration, often through a multiplicity of labour market intermediaries, is an issue of increasing academic interest. We seek to contribute to an emerging research agenda on the migration ...
The spatialities of ageing : evidencing increasing spatial polarisation between older and younger adults in England and Wales (2017-03-08) - Journal articleBackground : With the proportion of older adults in Europe expected to grow significantly over the next few decades, a number of pertinent questions are raised about the socio-spatial processes that underlie residential ...
Choosing to remain childless? A comparative study of fertility intentions among women and men in Italy and Britain (2017-07) - Journal articlePathways to childlessness may differ not only between individuals but also at the population level. This paper investigates differences in childlessness by comparing two countries – Britain and Italy – where levels of ...