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Nik Lomax Dr Nik Lomax

Contact details

Room Manton 10.143
School of Geography
University of Leeds
Leeds LS2 9JT   UK

Email:
N.M.Lomax

Telephone:
+44 (0) 113 34 33321

Student hours:
Thursdays 9am - 11.30 am.

Research overview

My research focuses on the way in which demographic behaviour changes over time and how people interact with the areas in which they live and work. Much of my work focuses on the dynamic processes involved in migration but I am interested in the social implications of changing demographic composition: household formation, social exclusion and population ageing for example. Areas are shaped by changing economic conditions, policy interventions and social attitudes, which in turn has an impact on demographic behaviour. Modelling and explaining these complex interaction is key to the work which I do.

 

Lomax, N. M., & Norman, P. (2016). Estimating population attribute values in a table: ‘get me started in’ Iterative Proportional Fitting (IPF). Professional Geographer. doi:10.1080/00330124.2015.1099449

Stillwell, J., Lomax, N., & Sander, N. (2015). Monitoring and visualising sub-national migration trends in the United Kingdom. In Unknown Book (Vol. 213, pp. 427-445). doi:10.1007/978-3-319-18368-8_23

Stillwell, J., Daras, K., Lomax, N., & Bell, M. (2014). The IMAGE Studio: A Tool for Internal Migration Analysis and Modelling. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, 1-19. doi:10.1007/s12061-014-9104-4

Lomax, N., Stillwell, J., Norman, P., & Rees, P. (2014). Internal Migration in the United Kingdom: Analysis of an Estimated Inter-District Time Series, 2001-2011. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, 1-21. doi:10.1007/s12061-013-9098-3

Lomax, N., Norman, P., Rees, P., & Stillwell, J. (2013). Subnational migration in the United Kingdom: producing a consistent time series using a combination of available data and estimates. Journal of Population Research, 30(3), 265-288. doi:10.1007/s12546-013-9115-z

 

 

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