Sequence Analysis

Identifying Place-based Trajectories of Spatial Inequality Using Sequence Analysis

Understanding inequalities at the is key to inform policy. Neighbourhoods are the key of society and urban spaces. Key social processes occur at the neighbourhood level. Yet, lack of offering longitudinal data on places over a long window of time in …

Understanding Population Decline Trajectories in Spain using Sequence Analysis

we aim to identify and characterize the different trajectories of depopulation in Spain from 2000 to 2020 at the small area level using sequence analysis, spatial autocorrelation analysis, decomposition techniques, and multinomial logistic modeling.

Accelerated School-to-Work transition in Britain. Still true?

This paper investigates whether the British pattern of an early transition from school to work persists

Understanding the Trajectories of Population Decline Across Rural and Urban Europe. A Sequence Analysis

This study seeks to address these gapsthrough the novel application of sequence and cluster analysis techniques to examine variations in population decline trajectories since 2000 in 696 sub-national areas across 33 European territories.

Trajectories of Neighbourhood Inequality in Britain Unpacking Inter-regional Socioeconomic Imbalances, 1971-2011

This paper investigates intraregional and interurban inequalities at the neighbourhood level in Britain during a 40-year period, 1971-2011.

Neighbourhood change and trajectories of inequality in Britain, 1971-2011

This article offers evidence on the evolution of spatial inequalities in Britain over a 40-year period from 1971 to 2011.

The occupational trajectories and outcomes of forced migrants in Sweden. Entrepreneurship, employment or persistent inactivity?

We examine the career pathways of forced migrants using sequence analysis from their arrival in 1991 through to 2013.

Understanding and Predicting the Long-term Labour Market and Migration Trajectories of Immigrants and Their Children in the United Kingdom

This project aims to investigate how the educational and employment trajectories of immigrants and their children in the UK evolve and interact; and, how factors related to their residential environment, early life context and critical life transitions shape these trajectories between 1991-2017.

A Scalable Analytical Framework for Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Neighborhood Change A Sequence Analysis Approach

This paper uses gridded cell Census data for Great Britain from 1971 to 2011 with 10-year intervals, creating neighborhood typologies for each Census year.

Neighbourhood change and trajectories of inequality in Britain, 1971-2011

This briefing determines the extent, sequence, pace and spatial pattern of neighbourhood change in Britain over a 40-year period from 1971 to 2011.