This article offers evidence on the evolution of spatial inequalities in Britain over a 40-year period from 1971 to 2011.
We examine the career pathways of forced migrants using sequence analysis from their arrival in 1991 through to 2013.
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.
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.
This briefing determines the extent, sequence, pace and spatial pattern of neighbourhood change in Britain over a 40-year period from 1971 to 2011.
The project aims to develop and employ analytical approaches to measure the evolution of cities using machine learning and satellite imagery.
This paper examines the influence of migration and school-to-work pathways on entry-level wages for non-metropolitan youth in Australia.
This report seeks to examine the migration patterns of young adults in Victoria, Australia.