Presentations

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Multilevel event history models with applications to the analysis of recurrent employment transitions using BHPS, Steele, Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study Research Forum, Belfast 16 February 2011
Modelling residential mobility: allowing for intra-household correlation and changing household membership, Steele, seminar for Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Essex 28 February 2011
Interrelationships between childbearing and household transitions in the family life course, Kulu, session on housing demography, Annual Meeting of Population Association of America, Washington DC 31 March 2011
Interrelationships between childbearing and household transitions in the family life course, Kulu, Annual Conference of British Society for Population Studies, York 7-9 September 2011
Modelling Household Decisions using Individual-level Data, invited presentation, Steele, Conference honouring the contributions of Professor David J. Bartholomew, London School of Economics 12-13 December 2011
Adjusting for non-ignorable nonresponse in a longitudinal analysis of residential mobility, invited presentation, Clarke, Conference on “Innovative Approaches to Methodological Challenges Facing Ageing Cohort Studies. Workshop 3: Non-response and missing data”, Institute for Social and Economic Research, Essex
http://www.methods.manchester.ac.uk/ageingcohort/seminar-3/index.shtml
3 February 2012
Housing Equity and Residential Mobility, Ermisch, Demographic Change and Housing Markets workshop, Glasgow 15 February 2012
Nonresponse bias in studies of residential mobility, Washbrook, Institute of Education seminar 21 March 2012
Modelling Household Decisions using Individual-level Data, Steele, Seminar, Nuffield College, University of Oxford 23 May 2012
Nonresponse bias in studies of residential mobility, Washbrook, European Population Conference, Stockholm 16 June 2012
Nonresponse bias in studies of residential mobility, Washbrook, Centre for Market and Public Organisation seminar, University of Bristol 21 June 2012
Nonresponse bias in studies of residential mobility, Washbrook, ESRC Research Methods Festival 3 July 2012
Adjusting for non-ignorable drop-out in a longitudinal analysis of residential mobility, Clarke, Annual Conference of the Royal Statistical Society, Telford (Invited talk in session on “Methodology for Longitudinal Studies”) 5 September 2012
House prices and fertility in England and Wales, Washbrook, International Conference on Fertility over the Life Course, University of Bremen 12 September 2012
Adjusting for non-ignorable drop-out in a longitudinal analysis of residential mobility, Clarke, Invited talk in workshop on “Methodological Challenges Associated with Non-response and Missing Data in Ageing Populations”, Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Essex 22 February 2013
Holistic housing pathways for Australian families through the childbearing years, Spallek, Haynes and Jones, Australian Housing Research Conference, Perth, Australia February 2013
A longitudinal analysis of residential choice in England: Differential push and pull effects of area characteristics, Steele, seminar for Department for Quantitative Social Sciences, Institute of Education 20 March 2013
Residential context, migration and fertility, Kulu, presentation at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting, New Orleans 11 April 2013
Do high house prices deter fertility? Evidence from England and Wales, Washbrook, poster presentation at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting, New Orleans 11 April 2013
A longitudinal analysis of residential choice in England: Differential push and pull effects of area characteristics, Washbrook, seminar for Centre for the Analysis of Social Exclusion, London School of Economics 15 May 2013
A longitudinal analysis of residential choice in England: Differential push and pull effects of area characteristics, Steele, seminar for Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Essex 20 May 2013
A longitudinal analysis of residential choice in England: Differential push and pull effects of area characteristics, Steele, joint Geography-Planning and Methods meeting, University of Liverpool 29 May 2013
A longitudinal analysis of residential choice in England: Differential push and pull effects of area deprivation, Washbrook , Institute for Social Science Research, University of Queensland 20 June 2013
Residential context, migration and fertility, Kulu, International Conference on Population Geographies, Groningen 27 June 2013
Residential context, migration and fertility, Kulu, British Society for Population Studies conference, Swansea 11 September 2013
Modelling the relationships between household residential mobility and childbearing over the life course in Australia, Haynes and Martinez, Society for Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies International Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands September 2013
Holistic Housing pathways for Australian families – a life course approach, Spallek, Haynes and Jones, Society for Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies International Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands September 2013
Holistic Housing pathways for Australian families – a life course approach, Spallek, Haynes and Jones, HILDA Panel Survey Conference, Melbourne, Australia October 2013
A mixed logit model for estimation of push and pull effects in residential location choice, Steele, Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute (S3RI), University of Southampton 5 December 2013
Housing and fertility in Britain, Kulu, Recent Advances in Research on Housing Transitions and the Life Course symposium, Royal Statistical Society 10 December 2014
Neighbourhood choice of young families in England, Washbrook, Recent Advances in Research on Housing Transitions and the Life Course symposium, Royal Statistical Society 10 December 2014
Neighborhood choice in England: How do young families choose where to live?, Washbrook, Social Policy Seminar, Columbia University 6 February 2014
Neighbourhood choice of young families in England: A longitudinal discrete choice approach, Washbrook, Advanced Quantitative Methods Workshop, Northwestern University 10 February 2014
A longitudinal mixed logit model for estimation of push and pull effects in residential location choice, Steele, Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2 May 2014