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Phil Rees Prof Phil Rees

Contact details

Room Miall 10.17
School of Geography
University of Leeds
University Road
Leeds LS2 9JT   UK

Email:
p.h.rees

Telephone:
+44 (0) 113 34 33286

Student hours:
Open, when in office

Publications

Papers

  • Rees P; Bell M; Kupiszewski M; Kupiszewska D; Ueffing P; Bernard A; Charles-Edwards E; Stillwell J (2017) The Impact of Internal Migration on Population Redistribution: an International Comparison, Population, Space and Place, 23, . doi: 10.1002/psp.2036
  • Raymer J; Rees P; Blake A (2015) Frameworks for guiding the development and improvement of population statistics in the United Kingdom, Journal of Official Statistics, 31, pp.699-722. doi: 10.1515/JOS-2015-0041
  • Norman P; Rees P; Wohland P (2014) The use of a new indirect method to estimate ethnic-group fertility rates for subnational projections for England., Popul Stud (Camb), 68, pp.43-64. doi: 10.1080/00324728.2013.810300
  • 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, pp.1-21. doi: 10.1007/s12061-013-9098-3
  • Wohland P; Rees P; Gillies C; Alvanides S; Matthews FE; O'Neill V; Jagger C (2014) Drivers of inequality in disability-free expectancy at birth and age 85 across space and time in Great Britain., J Epidemiol Community Health, 68, pp.826-833. doi: 10.1136/jech-2014-204083
  • Wohland P; Rees P; Nazroo J; Jagger C (2014) Inequalities in healthy life expectancy between ethnic groups in England and Wales in 2001, Ethnicity and Health, . doi: 10.1080/13557858.2014.921892
  • Wohland P; Rees P; Gillies C; Alvanides S; Matthews FE; O'Neill V; Jagger C (2014) Drivers of inequality in disability-free expectancy at birth and age 85 across space and time in Great Britain, Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 68, pp.826-833. doi: 10.1136/jech-2014-204083
  • Rees P; Wohland P; Zuo C; Norman P; Jagger C; Boden P; Jasinska M (2013) The Implications of Ageing and Migration for the Future Population, Health, Labour Force and Households of Northern England, Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, pp.1-30. doi: 10.1007/s12061-013-9086-7
  • Rees P; Hudson R (2013) The Impacts of Demographic Change on the Functional Economies of the North of England, Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, 6, pp.85-92. doi: 10.1007/s12061-013-9091-x
  • 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, pp.1-24. doi: 10.1007/s12546-013-9115-z
  • Rees P; van der Gaag N; de Beer J; Heins F (2012) European Regional Populations: Current Trends, Future Pathways, and Policy Options, European Journal of Population, 28, pp.385-416. doi: 10.1007/s10680-012-9268-z
  • Piekut A; Rees P; Valentine G; Kupiszewski M (2012) Multidimensional diversity in two European cities: Thinking beyond ethnicity, Environment and Planning A, 44, pp.2988-3009. doi: 10.1068/a4512
  • Rees P; Wohland P; Norman P; Boden P (2012) Ethnic population projections for the UK, 2001-2051, Journal of Population Research, 29, pp.45-89. doi: 10.1007/s12546-011-9076-z
  • Norman P; Marshall A; Thompson C; Williamson L; Rees P (2012) Estimating detailed distributions from grouped sociodemographic data: 'get me started in' curve fitting using nonlinear models, Journal of Population Research, pp.1-26.
  • Rees P; Norman P; Wohland P (2012) The demographic drivers of future ethnic group populations for UK local areas 2001-2051, Geographical Journal, . doi: 10.1111/j.1475-4959.2012.00471.x
  • Rees PH; van der Gaag N; de Beer J; Heins F (2012) European regional populations: current trends, future pathways and policy options, European Journal of Population, 28, . doi: 10.1007/s10680-012-9268-z
  • Piekut A; Rees PH; Valentine G; Kupiszewski M (2012) Multidimensional diversity in two European cities: Thinking beyond ethnicity, Environment and Planning A, 44, pp.2988-3009. doi: 10.1068/a4512
  • Rees PH; Wohland P; Norman P; Boden P (2011) A local analysis of ethnic group population trends and projections for the UK., Journal of Population Research, 28, pp.149-183. doi: 10.1007/s12546-011-9047-4
  • Rees P; Wohland P; Norman P; Boden P (2011) A local analysis of ethnic group population trends and projections for the UK, Journal of Population Research, 28, pp.149-183. doi: 10.1007/s12546-011-9047-4
  • Piekut A; Rees P; Valentine G; Kupiszewski M (2011) The tale of two cities: Diversity in leeds and warsaw, Working Paper of the University of Leeds, School of Geography, 11, pp.1-130.
  • Wu B; Birkin M; Rees P (2011) A dynamic spatial model for demographic planning, Proceedings - 2011 19th International Conference on Geoinformatics, Geoinformatics 2011, . doi: 10.1109/GeoInformatics.2011.5980757
  • Vickers D; Rees P (2011) Ground-truthing Geodemographics, Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, 4, pp.3-21. doi: 10.1007/s12061-009-9037-5
  • Wu BM; Birkin MH; Rees PH (2011) A dynamic MSM with agent elements for spatial demographic forecasting, Social Science Computer Review, 29, pp.145-160. doi: 10.1177/0894439310370113
  • Boden P; Rees P (2010) Using administrative data to improve the estimation of immigration to local areas in England, J R STAT SOC A STAT, 173, pp.707-731. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-985X.2009.00637.x
  • Wohland P; Rees P (2010) Life expectancy variation across england's local areas by ethnic group in 2001, Journal of Maps, 6, pp.354-359. doi: 10.4113/jom.2010.1110
  • Dennett A; Rees P (2010) Estimates of internal migration flows for the UK, 2000-2007., Population trends, pp.82-105.
  • Boden P; Rees P (2010) A new migrant databank: Concept and development, pp.111-132. doi: 10.4018/978-1-61520-755-8.ch006
  • Boden P; Rees P (2010) Using administrative data to improve the estimation of immigration to local areas in England, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A: Statistics in Society, 173, pp.707-731. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-985X.2009.00637.x
  • Rees PH; Wohland PN; Norman PD (2009) The estimation of mortality for ethnic groups at local scale within the United Kingdom, Social Science and Medicine, 69, pp.1592-1607. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2009.08.015
  • Scurfield J; Rees PH; Norman P (2009) Criminal victimisation of the homeless: an investigation of Big Issue vendors in Leeds, Radical Statistics, 99, pp.3-11.
  • Wu BM; Birkin MH; Rees PH (2008) A spatial microsimulation model with student agents, Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 32, pp.440-453. doi: 10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2008.09.013
  • Wohland P; Rees P (2008) Is it who we are or where we live? Life expectancy in Yorkshire and the Humber by ethnicity, The Yorkshire & Humber Regional Review, 3, pp.20-22.
  • Wu BM; Birkin MH; Rees PH (2008) A spatial microsimulation model with student agents, COMPUT ENVIRON URBAN, 32, pp.440-453. doi: 10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2008.09.013
  • Parsons J; Rees P; Sim P; McDonald A (2007) MACROWater: A top-down, policy-driven model for forecasting domestic water demand, Working Paper of the University of Leeds, School of Geography, 7, pp.1-57.
  • Vickers D; Rees P (2007) Creating the UK National Statistics 2001 output area classification, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A: Statistics in Society, 170, pp.379-403. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-985X.2007.00466.x
  • Sim P; Parsons J; McDonald AT; Rees PH (2007) Applying Scenarios to UK Domestic Water Demand Forecasting, Water Policy, .
  • Bell M; Rees P (2006) Comparing migration in Britain and Australia: Harmonisation through use of age - Time plans, Environment and Planning A, 38, pp.959-988. doi: 10.1068/a35245
  • Rees PH; Vickers D (2006) Quality Assuring Geo-statistical Products by User Consultation: The case of the National Classification of Output Areas, Environment and Planning A, .
  • Brown D; Rees P (2006) Trends in local and small area mortality and morbidity in Yorkshire and the Humber: Monitoring health inequalities, Regional Studies, 40, pp.437-458. doi: 10.1080/00343400600757395
  • Vickers D; Rees PH (2006) Introducing the National Classification of Census Output Areas, Population Trends, pp.15-29.
  • Mackay L; Fill K; Rees PH (2006) The challenges of on-line learning in the Geography undergraduate curriculum: delivering a module on Earth Observation, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, .
  • Durham H; Dorling D; Rees P (2006) An Online Census Atlas for everyone, Area, 38, pp.336-341. doi: 10.1111/j.1475-4762.2006.00700.x
  • Norman P; Boyle P; Rees P (2005) Selective migration, health and deprivation: A longitudinal analysis, Social Science and Medicine, 60, pp.2755-2771. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2004.11.008
  • Rees PH; Nelson AD; Durham HP; Mackay JL; Arrell KE (2005) DIALOG-PLUS: Digital libraries in support of innovative approaches to learning and teaching of geography, ASSIGNation, 22, pp.19-21.
  • Sim P; McDonald A; Parsons J; Rees P (2005) The options for UK domestic water reduction: A review, Working Paper of the University of Leeds, School of Geography, 5, .
  • Vickers D; Rees P; Birkin M (2005) Creating the national classification of census output areas: Data, methods and results, Working Paper of the University of Leeds, School of Geography, 5, .
  • Kupiszewski M; Heikkila E; Nieminen M; Durham HP; Rees PH; Kupiszewska D (2005) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in 1980s and 1990s in Finland, Siirtolaisuus = Migration, pp.2-6.
  • Rees P; Butt F (2004) Ethnic change and diversity in England, 1981-2001, Area, 36, pp.174-186. doi: 10.1111/j.0004-0894.2004.00213.x
  • Dorling D; Rees P (2004) A nation dividing? Some interpretations of the question, Environment and Planning A, 36, pp.369-373. doi: 10.1068/a36313
  • Dorling D; Rees P (2004) A nation dividing? Some interpretations of the question, ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 36, pp.369-373. doi: 10.1016/a36313
  • Boyle P; Norman P; Rees P (2004) Changing places. Do changes in the relative deprivation of areas influence limiting long-term illness and mortality among non-migrant people living in non-deprived households?, Social Science and Medicine, 58, pp.2459-2471. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2003.09.011
  • Fotheringham AS; Rees P; Champion T; Kalogirou S; Tremayne AR (2004) The development of a migration model for England and Wales: Overview and modelling out-migration, Environment and Planning A, 36, pp.1633-1672. doi: 10.1068/a36136
  • Rees P; Norman P; Brown D (2004) A framework for progressively improving small area population estimates, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A: Statistics in Society, 167, pp.5-36.
  • Wilson T (2003) Why scotland needs more than just a new migration policy, Scottish Geographical Journal, 119, pp.191-208. doi: 10.1080/00369220318737174
  • Norman P; Rees P; Boyle P (2003) Achieving data compatibility over space and time: Creating consistent geographical zones, International Journal of Population Geography, 9, pp.365-386.
  • Dorling D; Rees P (2003) A nation still dividing: The British census and social polarisation 1971-2001, Environment and Planning A, 35, pp.1287-1313. doi: 10.1068/a3692
  • Dorling D; Rees PH (2003) A nation ever more divided, Town and Country Planning, 72, pp.pp.270.
  • Wilson T; Rees PH (2003) Why Scotland needs more than just a new migration policy, Scottish Geographical Journal, 119, pp.191-208.
  • Rees P; Brown D; Norman P; Dorling D (2003) Are socioeconomic inequalities in mortality decreasing or increasing within some British regions? An observational study, 1990-1998, Journal of Public Health Medicine, 25, pp.208-214. doi: 10.1093/pubmed/fdg055
  • Brown DS; Rees PH (2002) Is Yorkshire and the Humber suffering from widening health inequalities?, The Regional Review, 12, pp.2-3.
  • Boyle PJ; Norman PD; Rees PH (2002) An evaluation of a traditional and a neural net modelling approach to flood forecasting for an upland catchment, Social Science and Medicine, 55, pp.21-31. doi: 10.1016/S0277-9536(01)00217-9
  • Bell M; Blake M; Boyle P; Duke-Williams O; Rees P; Stillwell J; Hugo G (2002) Cross-national comparison of internal migration: Issues and measures, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A: Statistics in Society, 165, pp.435-464. doi: 10.1111/1467-985X.t01-1-00247
  • Bell M; Blake M; Boyle PJ; Duke-Williams OW; Rees PH; Stillwell JCH; Hugo G (2002) Cross-national comparison of internal migration: issues and measures, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A: Statistics in Society, 165, pp.435-464. doi: 10.1111/1467-985X.00247
  • Boyle P; Norman P; Rees P (2002) Does migration exaggerate the relationship between deprivation and limiting long-term illness? A Scottish analysis, Social Science and Medicine, 55, pp.21-31. doi: 10.1016/S0277-9536(01)00217-9
  • Kupiszewski M; Borgegard LE; Fransson U; Hakansson J; Durham H; Rees P (2001) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe: Sweden case study, Working Paper of the University of Leeds, School of Geography, 1, pp.69.
  • Stillwell JCH; Bell M; Blake M; Duke-Williams OW; Rees PH (2001) A comparison of net migration flows and migration effectiveness in Australia and Britain: Part 2, Age-related migration patterns, Journal of Population Research, 18, pp.19-39.
  • Heming L; Waley P; Rees P (2001) Reservoir resettlement in China: Past experience and the Three Gorges Dam, Geographical Journal, 167, pp.195-212.
  • Stillwell JCH; Bell M; Blake M; Duke-Williams OW; Rees PH (2001) Net migration and migration effectiveness: a comparison between Australia and the United Kingdom, 1976-96. Part 2: age related migration patterns, Journal of Population Research, 18, pp.19-38.
  • Turton IJ; Rees PH (2000) Investigation of the effects of input uncertainty on population forecasting, International Journal of Forecasting, .
  • Rees P; Bell M; Duke-Williams O; Blake M (2000) Problems and solutions in the measurement of migration intensities: Australia and Britain compared, Population Studies, 54, pp.207-222. doi: 10.1080/713779082
  • Heming L; Rees P (2000) Population displacement in the three Georges reservoir area of the Yangtze River, Central China: Relocation policies and migrant views, International Journal of Population Geography, 6, pp.439-462. doi: 10.1002/1099-1220(200011/12)6:6<439::AID-IJPG198>3.0.CO;2-L
  • Portnov BA; Erell E; Bivand R; Nilsen A (2000) Investigating the effect of clustering of the urban field on sustainable population growth of centrally located and peripheral towns, International Journal of Population Geography, 6, pp.133-154. doi: 10.1002/(SICI)1099-1220(200003/04)6:2<133::AID-IJPG173>3.0.CO;2-A
  • Blake M; Bell M; Rees P (2000) Creating a temporally consistent spatial framework for the analysis of inter-regional migration in Australia, International Journal of Population Geography, 6, pp.155-174. doi: 10.1002/(SICI)1099-1220(200003/04)6:2<155::AID-IJPG180>3.0.CO;2-A
  • Stillwell JCH; Bell M; Blake M; Duke-Williams OW; Rees PH (2000) Net migration and migration effectiveness: a comparison between Australia and the United Kingdom, 1976-96. Part 1: total migration patterns, Journal of Population Research, 17, pp.17-38. doi: 10.1007/BF03029446
  • Kupiszewski M; Rees P (1999) Lessons for the projection of internal migration from studies in ten European countries, Statistical Journal of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, 16, pp.281-295.
  • Rees PH (1999) The 2001 Census of Population: What does the White Paper propose ?, Environment and Planning A, 31, pp.1141-1148.
  • Rees PH; Kupiszewski M (1999) Internal migration: what data are available in Europe?, Journal of Official Statistics, 15, pp.551-586.
  • Wilson T; Rees P (1999) Linking 1991 population statistics to the 1998 local government geography of Great Britain., Population trends, pp.37-45.
  • Peloe A; Rees PH (1999) Estimating ethnic change in London 1981-91 using a variety of census data, International Journal of Population Geography, 5, pp.179-194.
  • Rees PH; Openshaw S; Duke-Williams OW; Evans AJ (1999) Paper on measuring confidentiality risk for small area and table data, Netherlands Official Statistics, .
  • Duke-Williams O; Rees P (1998) Can census offices publish statistics for more than one small area geography? An analysis of the differencing problem in statistical disclosure, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 12, pp.579-605. doi: 10.1080/136588198241680
  • Rees PH (1998) What do you want from the 2001 Census? Results of an ESRC/JISC survey of user views, Environment and Planning A, 30, pp.1775-1796.
  • Kupiszewski M; Durham HP; Rees PH (1998) Changes in the Regional Population dynamics in Poland 1980-1994, Studia Demograficzne, 133, pp.3-18.
  • Kupiszewski M; Rees PH (1998) Unemployment, internal migration and regional population dynamics - evidence from pan-European research, Informationen zur Raumentwicklung, .
  • Williamson P; Birkin M; Rees PH (1998) The estimation of population microdata by using data from small area statistics and samples of anonymised records, Environment and Planning A, 30, pp.785-816. doi: 10.1068/a300785
  • Rees PH (1998) Geocomputation 1, Environment and Planning A, 30, pp.1835-1838.
  • Rees PH (1998) Developing easier access to the 2001 census: introduction to the ESRC census projects, The British Urban and Regional Information Systems Association Newsletter, 133, pp.14-15.
  • Rees PH; Van der Gaag N; Van Imhoff E; van Wissen L (1998) The selection of internal migration models for European regions, International Journal of Population Geography, 3, pp.137-159. doi: 10.1002/(SICI)1099-1220(199706)
  • Rees PH (1998) Problems and solutions in forecasting geographical populations, Journal of the Australian Population Association, 14, pp.145-166.
  • Kupiszewski M; Durham H; Rees P (1998) Internal migration and urban change in Poland, European Journal of Population, 14, pp.265-290. doi: 10.1023/A:1006058712865
  • Rees PH; Kupiszewski M (1998) Internal migration and regional population dynamics: what data are available in the Council of Europe Member States, Journal of Official Statistics, .
  • Rees PH (1997) The second demographic transition: what does it mean for the future of Europe's population?, Environment and Planning A, 29, pp.381-390.
  • Rees PH; Duke-Williams OW (1997) Methods for estimating missing data on migrants in the 1991 British census, International Journal of Population Geography, 3, pp.323-368.
  • Rees PH (1995) Research using the 1991 Census: Findings on Deprivation, Unemployment, Ethnicity and Religion, Environment and Planning A, 27 (4), pp.515-518.
  • Rees P; Duke-Williams O (1995) The story of the British special migration statistics, Scottish Geographical Magazine, 111, pp.13-26. doi: 10.1080/00369229518736934
  • REES P (1995) THE FUTURE POPULATION OF THE WORLD - WHAT CAN WE ASSUME TODAY - LUTZ,W, APPLIED GEOGRAPHY, 15, pp.297-298. doi: 10.1016/0143-6228(95)90013-6
  • Rees PH; Birkin MH; Williamson P (1995) Indexing the census: a by-product of the simulation of whole populations by means of SAS and SAR data, Environment and Planning A, 27 (3), pp.413-424.
  • Stillwell J; Duke Williams O; Rees P (1995) TIME SERIES MIGRATION IN BRITAIN: THE CONTEXT FOR 1991 CENSUS ANALYSIS, Papers in Regional Science, 74, pp.341-359. doi: 10.1111/j.1435-5597.1995.tb00645.x
  • Rees PH (1995) Research using the 1991 Census of Population: Development of Tools for Analysis, Environment and Planning A, 27 (3), pp.349-352.
  • Rees P; Phillips D; Medway D (1995) The socioeconomic geography of ethnic groups in two northern British cities, Environment & Planning A, 27, pp.557-591.
  • Rees PH; Stillwell JCH (1994) Internal migration in the United Kingdom from National Health reregistration data, Espace, Population, Societes, 1, pp.95-108.
  • Rees P (1994) Estimating and projecting the populations of urban communities, Environment & Planning A, 26, pp.1671-1697.
  • REES P (1994) THE FUTURE OF THE CENSUS, ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 26, pp.333-336.
  • Williams JS; Rees PH (1994) A simulation of the transmission of HIV and AIDS in regional populations within the United Kingdom, Transactions - Institute of British Geographers, 19, pp.311-330.
  • Rees PH; Phillips DA (1994) Evaluating Urban Crime Fund initiatives in West Yorkshire, Regional Review, pp.14-15.
  • Rees PH (1994) The Geography of Age, Geography Review, 7 (3), pp.25-30.
  • Rees P (1993) Counting people: past, present and future, Working Paper - University of Leeds, School of Geography, 93, .
  • Duke-Williams O; Rees P (1993) TIMMIG: a program for extracting migration time series tables, Working Paper - University of Leeds, School of Geography, 93, .
  • Rees PH (1993) The changing geography of age, Town & Country Planning, 62 (3), pp.46-49.
  • CUDJOE F; REES P (1992) HOW IMPORTANT IS ORGANIC FARMING IN GREAT-BRITAIN, TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR ECONOMISCHE EN SOCIALE GEOGRAFIE, 83, pp.13-24. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9663.1992.tb00605.x
  • Rees PH (1992) Projecting small area population for local authorities, Regional Review, 2.2, pp.16-18.
  • Rees PH (1992) Resources for research: the 1991 Census of Population, Environment and Planning, 24, pp.1371-1380.
  • Rees PH (1992) The ESRC/UFC-ISC 1991 Census of Population initiative: delivering the data of the decade, ESRC Data Archive Bullletin, 51, pp.12-22.
  • Rees P (1991) The elderly mobility transition: a case study of the United Kingdom, Working Paper - University of Leeds, School of Geography, 91, .
  • Rees P; Boden P; Stillwell J (1991) Migration trends for the North: brief light before the gloom?, Working Paper - University of Leeds, School of Geography, 545, .
  • Stillwell J; Rees P; Boden P (1991) Geographical patterns of migration in Britain, Working Paper - University of Leeds, School of Geography, 543, .
  • REES P (1991) GETTING YOUR HANDS DIRTY, ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 23, pp.309-311.
  • REES P (1991) MIGRATION IN BRITAIN, AREA, 23, pp.190-191.
  • Stillwell J; Boden P; Rees P (1990) Trends in internal net migration in the UK: 1975 to 1986, Area, 22, pp.57-65.
  • Rees PH (1989) Research policy and review 30. How to add value to migration data from the 1991 Census, Environment & Planning A, 21, pp.1363-1379.
  • Rees P (1989) Old model faces new challenges: a review of the state of the art in multistate population modelling, Working Paper - University of Leeds, School of Geography, 531, .
  • Rees P (1989) Population projections for development planning, Working Paper - University of Leeds, School of Geography, 534, .
  • Rees P; Stillwell J; Boden P (1989) Migration trends and population projections for the elderly, Advances in regional demography, pp.205-226.
  • Boden P; Stillwell J; Rees P (1988) Linking census and NHSCR migration data, Working Paper - University of Leeds, School of Geography, 511, .
  • REES P (1988) BELOW-REPLACEMENT FERTILITY IN INDUSTRIAL-SOCIETIES - CAUSES, CONSEQUENCES, POLICIES - POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW - A SUPPLEMENT TO VOLUME-12 - DAVIS,K, BERNSTAM,MS, RICARDOCAMPBELL,R, ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 20, pp.1136-1138.
  • REES PH (1988) CONFERENCE REPORT - AGING POPULATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF URBANIZATION, ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 20, pp.1561-1566.
  • Norman P; Marshall A; Thompson C; Williamson L; Rees PH (Not yet published) Estimating detailed distributions from grouped sociodemographic data: ‘get me started in’ curve fitting using nonlinear regression., Journal of Population Research, .
  • Rees PH; Karcharnubarn R; Gould M (Not yet published) Population ageing and healthy life expectancy in Thailand, Health and Place, .

Books

  • Rees P; Mackay L; Martin D; Durham H (2009) E-Learning for Geographers: Online Materials, Resources and Repositories, Hershey.
  • Rees PH; Martin D; Williamson P (2002) The Census Data System, 1, John Wiley, Chichester, pp.410p..
  • Rees PH; Martin D; Williamson P (2000) The Census data system, The Stationary Office, London.
  • Rees PH; Kupiszewski M (1999) Migrations interneset dynamique demographique regionale en Europe. , Population Studies No.32, Council of Europe Publishing, Strasbourg.
  • Rees PH; Kupiszewski M (1999) Internal Migration and Regional Population Dynamics in Europe: A Synthesis, Population Studies No. 32, Council of Europe Publishing, Strasbourg, pp.113p.
  • Rees PH; Kupiszewski M (1999) Migrations internes et dynamique démographique régionale en Europe, Population Studies No.32, French, Council of Europe Publishing, Strasbourg.
  • Rees PH; Ostby L; Durham HP; Kupiszewski M (1998) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe: Norway case study, Rapporter / Statistisk sentralbyr¯ = Reports / Statistics Norway; 99/18, Central Bureau of Statistics, Oslo, Norway.
  • Rees PH; Van Imhoff E; Durham HP; Kupiszewski M; Smith DP (1998) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in the Netherlands, Report no. 55, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, The Hague.
  • Rees PH; Stillwell JCH; Convey A; Kupiszewski M (1996) Population migration in the European Union., John Wiley and Sons, London..
  • Rees PH; Stillwell JCH (1992) Migration Processes and Patterns Volume 2: Population Redistribution in the United Kingdom, 2, Belhaven Press, London.
  • Rees PH; Frey W; Rogers A; Speare W; Warnes A (1992) Elderly Migration and Population Redistribution: a Comparative Perspective, Belhaven, London.
  • Wilson AG; Rees PH (1977) Spatial population analysis, Edward Arnold, London & Academic Press, New York.
  • Wilson AG; Rees PH; Palmer CM (1977) Models of cities and regions, John Wiley, Chichester and New York.
  • Palmer CM; Rees PH; Wilson AG (1977) Models of Cities and Regions : theoretical and empirical developments, Chichester.

Book Chapters

  • Clark SD; Rees PH (2017) The Drivers of Health Trends: A Decomposition of Projected Health for Local Areas in England, pp.21-40. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-43329-5_2
  • Rees PH; Wohland P; Norman P; Lomax N; Clark SD (2017) Population Projections by Ethnicity: Challenges and Solutions for the United Kingdom, pp.383-408. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-43329-5_18
  • Rees P; Clark S; Wohland P; Lomax N; Norman PD (2017) Using 2001 and 2011 Censuses to Reconcile Ethnic Group Estimates and Components for the Intervening Decade for English Local Authority Districts, In: Stillwell J (Ed) The Routledge Handbook of Census Resources, Methods and Applications: Unlocking the UK 2011 Census, International Population Studies, Routledge.
  • Shulman H; Clarke G; Birkin M (2016) Modelling the impact of new community hospitals on access to health care, Applied Spatial Modelling and Planning, pp.213-229. doi: 10.4324/9781315683621
  • Rees PH; Hardill I (2015) Later-life and Internal Migration, In: Smith D; Finney N; Halfacree K; Walford N (Ed) Internal Migration: Geographical Perspectives and Processes, International Population Studies, Ashgate (Routledge), pp.129-148.
  • Rees P (2013) Population modelling, Population Geography: Progress and Prospect, pp.284-316. doi: 10.4324/9781315886633
  • Rees PH (2011) The dynamics of populations large and small: models and futures, In: Stillwell J; Clarke M (Ed) Population Dynamics and Projection Methods, Understanding Population Trends and Processes, 4, Springer, pp.1-28. doi: 10.1007/978-90-481-8930-4
  • Boden P; Rees PH (2010) New Migrant Databank: concept and development, In: Stillwell; J; Duke-Williams; O; Dennett; A (Ed) Technologies for Migration and Commuting Analysis, IGI Global, pp.111-132. doi: 10.4018/978-1-61520-755-8
  • Norman P; Rees P; Wohland P; Boden P (2010) Ethnic group populations: the components for projection, demographic rates and trends, In: Stillwell J; van HM (Ed) Ethnicity and Integration, Understanding Population Trends and Processes, Springer.
  • Rees PH (2009) Demography, In: Kitchin R; Thrift N (Ed) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Volume D-E, Elsevier, pp.75-90.
  • Wu B; Birkin M; Rees P (2009) Moses: spatial microsimulation with demographic interactions, In: Zaidi D; Harding A; Williamson P (Ed) New Frontiers in Microsimulation Modelling, Ashgate.
  • Birkin M; Wu B; Rees P (2009) Moses: Dynamic Spatial Microsimulation with demographic interactions, In: Zaidi A; Harding A; Williamson P (Ed) New frontiers in microsimulation modelling, Ashgate, pp.53-78.
  • Rees P; Mackay L; Martin D; Connole G; Davis H (2009) Developing e-learning in Geography, E- Learning for Geographers: Online Materials, Resources and Repositories, Information Science Reference, pp.1-19.
  • Martin D; Rees P; Durham H; Matthews S (2008) Census and Population Analysis, In: Rees P; Mackay L; Martin D; Durham H (Ed) E-Learning for Geographers: Online Material, Resources and Repositories. Information Science Reference, pp.53-75.
  • Mackay L; Martin D; Rees P; Durham H (2008) Reflections, Lessons Learnt and Conclusions, In: Rees P; Mackay L; Martin D; Durham H (Ed) E-Learning for Geographers: Online Material, Resources and Repositories. Information Science Reference, pp.236-243.
  • van Wissen L; van der Gaag L; Rees P; Stillwell J (2008) In search of a modelling strategy for projecting internal migration in European countries: demographic versus explanatory approaches, In: Poot; J; Waldorf; B; Wissen V; L (Ed) Migration and Human Capital: Regional and Global Perspectives, Edward Elgar, pp.49-74.
  • Rees P (2008) What happens when international migrants settle? Projections of ethnic groups in United Kingdom regions, In: Raymer J; Willekens F (Ed) International Migration in Europe: Data, Models and Estimates, John Wiley and Sons, pp.329-358.
  • McDonald AT; Rees PH; Parsons J; Sim P; Jin N; Clarke MC (2007) A reassessment of water demand in the south east of England, In: al BUE (Ed) Water Management Challenges in Global Change , Taylor and Francis. London. , pp.561-568.
  • Rees P; Stewart Fotheringham A; Champion T (2006) Modelling Migration for Policy Analysis, Applied GIS and Spatial Analysis, pp.257-296. doi: 10.1002/0470871334.ch14
  • Rees PH; Stillwell JCH; Tyler-Jones A (2004) The city is the people: demographic structure and dynamics, In: Unsworth R; Stillwell JCH (Ed) Twenty-first Century Leeds:Geographies of a Regional City, Leeds University Press, pp.25-48.
  • Champion T; Bramley G; Fotheringham AS; MacGill J; Rees PH (2003) A migration modelling system to support government decision-making, In: Geertman S; Stillwell JCH (Ed) Planning Support Systems in Practice, Springer, Berlin, pp.269-290.
  • Rees PH; Fotheringham AS; Champion T (2003) Modelling migration for policy analysis, In: Stillwell J; Clarke G (Ed) Applied GIS and Spatial Analysis, Wiley, Chichester, pp.259-296.
  • Rees PH; Thomas F; Duke-Williams OW (2002) Migration data from the census, In: Rees P; Martin D; Williamson P (Ed) The Census Data System, Wiley, Chichester, pp.245-267.
  • Rees PH; Denham C; Openshaw S; Blake M; See LM; Charlton JE (2002) ONS classifications and GB profiles: census typologies for researchers, In: Rees P; Martin; D; Williamson; P (Ed) The Census Data System, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, pp.149-170.
  • Alvanides S; Openshaw S; Rees PH (2002) Designing your own geographies, In: Rees P; Martin D; Williamson P (Ed) The Census Data System, Wiley, Chichester, pp.47-65.
  • Stillwell JCH; Rees PH; Eyre H; MacGill J (2002) Improving the treatment of international migration, In: Newcastle-Upon-Tyne UO; Leeds UO; London G (Ed) Development of a migration model, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, pp.223-238.
  • Denham C; Rees PH (2002) An output strategy for the 2001 Census, In: Rees P; Martin D; Williamson P (Ed) The Census Data System, Wiley, Chichester, pp.149-170.
  • Rees PH; Martin D (2002) The debate about census geography, In: Rees P; Martin D; Williamson P (Ed) The Census Data System, Wiley, Chichester, pp.26-36.
  • Duke-Williams OW; Rees PH (2002) Testing user-requested geographies, In: Rees P; Martin D; Williamson P (Ed) The Census Data System, Wiley, Chichester, pp.339-353.
  • Rees PH; Martin D; Williamson P (2002) Census data resources in the United Kingdom, In: Rees P; Martin D; Williamson P (Ed) The Census Data System, Wiley, Chichester, pp.1-23.
  • Rees PH (2002) New models for projecting UK ethnic group populations at national and subnational scales, In: Haskey J (Ed) Population Projections by Ethnic Group: A Feasibility Study, ONS Studies in Medical and Population Studies, The Stationery Office, London, pp.27-51.
  • Stillwell JCH; Rees PH (2001) Applied population projection for regional and local planning, In: Clarke; G; Madden M (Ed) Regional Science in Business : Advances in Spatial Science, Springer, Heidelberg, pp.115-136.
  • Rees PH (2001) Internal migration (rural-urban): industrialized countries, In: Smelser NJ; Baltes PB (Ed) The International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 11, Elsevier, London, pp.7741-7749.
  • Openshaw S; Evans AJ; Duke-Williams OW; Rees PH (2000) A flexible outputs system for the 2001 Census including a measure of confidentiality risks in census data, In: Rees PH; Martin D; Williamson P (Ed) The Census Data System: Resources, Tools and Developments, The Census Data System: Resources, Tools and Developments.
  • Boyle PJ; Thomas F; Rees PH; Duke-Williams OW (2000) Migration data: structure, derived data and anlysis methods, In: Rees PH; Martin D; Williamson P (Ed) The Census Data System: Resources, Tools and Developments, The Census Data System: Resources, Tools and Developments.
  • Rees PH; Martin D (1998) Flexible geographies and area aggregation: designing small areas for outputs from the 2001 Census, Occasional Paper, Office for National Statistics, Occasional Paper, Office for National Statistics.
  • Rees PH; Fowkes A (1998) Transport policy and the environment, Forecasting traffic growth, Forecasting traffic growth, pp.38-49.
  • Fowkes AS; May AD; Nash CA; Siu YL; Rees PH (1998) Forecasting road traffic growth: demographic change and alternative policy scenarios, In: Banister D (Ed) Transport policy and the environment, E & FN Spon, pp.38-49.
  • Rees PH; Phillips DA (1996) Geographical patterns in a cluster of Pennine cities, In: Ratcliffe P (Ed) Ethnicity in the 1991 Census: Social Geography and Ethnicity in Britain: Geographical Spread, Spatial Concentration and Internal Migration, 3, HMSO, London, pp.271-293.
  • Rees PH; Phillips DA (1996) Geographical Spread: the national picture., In: Ratcliffe P (Ed) Ethnicity in the 1991 Census: social geography and ethnicity in Britain, geographical spread, spatial concentration and internal migration, 3, HMSO, London, pp.23-109.
  • Rees PH (1996) What censuses provide that surveys don't, Looking towards the 2001 Census, Looking towards the 2001 Census, pp.Chapter 2.
  • Rees PH (1996) Projecting the national and regional populations of the European Union using migration information, In: Rees; H P; Stillwell; H JC; Convey; A; Kupiszewski; M (Ed) Population Migration in the European Union, Wiley and Sons, Chichester, pp.331-364.
  • Rees PH; Stillwell JCH; Convey A; Kupiszewski M (1996) Introduction: migration in an integrated Europe (Chapter 1), In: Rees; PH; Stillwell; JCH; Convey; A; Kupiszewski; M (Ed) Population Migration in the European Union, Wiley, London, pp.1-9.
  • Stillwell JCH; Rees PH; Duke-Williams OW (1996) Migration between NUTS Level 2 regions in the United Kingdom., In: Rees; PH; Stillwell; JCH; Convey; A; Kupiszewski; M (Ed) Population Migration in the European Union, Wiley, London, pp.275-307.
  • Rees PH (1995) Putting the census on the researcher's desk, Census User's Handbook, GeoInformation Internationa, Cambridge, Census User's Handbook, GeoInformation Internationa, Cambridge, pp.27-81.
  • Rees PH (1994) The ESRC/JISC 1991 Census of Population Programme: Networked Delivery to the Academic Community, ESRC Regional Research Laboratories Network 1994, ESRC Regional Research Laboratories Network 1994, pp.16-21.
  • Rees PH (1992) Elderly migration and population redistribution in the United Kingdom, Elderly Migration and Population Redistribution: a Comparative Perspective, Elderly Migration and Population Redistribution: a Comparative Perspective, pp.203-225.
  • Rees PH; Stillwell JCH (1992) Migration trends for the North: patterns identified and processes distinguished, Migration processes and patterns. Volume 2. Population redistribution in the United Kingdom, Migration processes and patterns. Volume 2. Population redistribution in the United Kingdom, pp.115-128.
  • Rees PH; Stillwell JCH (1992) Internal migration in the 1980's, Migration Processes and Patterns. Volume 2. Population redistribution in the United Kingdom, Migration Processes and Patterns. Volume 2. Population redistribution in the United Kingdom, pp.1-12.
  • Rees PH; Stillwell JCH (1992) Internal migration trends: an overview, Migration Processes and Patterns, Volume 2: Population Redistribution in the United Kingdom, Migration Processes and Patterns, Volume 2: Population Redistribution in the United Kingdom, pp.28-55.
  • Clark S; Birkin M; Heppenstall A; Rees P (Not yet published) Using 2011 Census Data to Estimate Future Elderly Heath Care Demand, In: Stillwell J; Duke-Williams O (Ed) The Routledge Handbook of Census Resources, Methods and Applications: Unlocking the UK 2011 Census, Routledge.

Reports

Other Publications

  • Lomax N; Stillwell J; Norman P; Rees P (2011) Data sources and estimation methods for sub-national migration in the United Kingdom, Working Paper of the University of Leeds, School of Geography, 11, pp.1-84.
  • Rees PH; Stillwell J; Boden P; Dennett A (2010) West Yorkshire - A demographic case study, Working Papers, School of Geography, University of Leeds, pp.1-34.
  • Wohland P; Rees P; Norman P; Boden P; Jasinska M (2010) Ethnic population projections for the uk and local areas, 2001-2051, Working Paper of the University of Leeds, School of Geography, 10, pp.1-185.
  • Rees P; Stillwell J; Boden P; Dennett A (2010) A demographic case study, Working Paper of the University of Leeds, School of Geography, 10, pp.1-36.
  • Rees P; Wohland P (2009) Estimates of ethnic mortality in the UK (Working Paper 08/04), Working Paper 08/04, .
  • Rees PH; Wohland P (2008) Estimates of ethnic mortality in the UK, Working Papers, School of Geography, University of Leeds, pp.1-122.
  • Rees PH; Stillwell JCH; Tyler-Jones A (2004) The city is the people: demographic structure and dynamics (poster), .
  • Vickers DW; Rees PH; Boyle PJ (2003) New classification of UK Local Authorities using 2001 Census Key Statistics, .
  • Kupiszewski M; Illeris S; Durham HP; Rees PH (2001) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe: Denmark case study, 01/02, .
  • Kupiszewski M; Borgegard LE; Durham HP; Rees PH (2001) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe: Sweden Case Study, 01/01, .
  • Norman P; Rees P; Boyle P (2001) Achieving data compatibility over space and time: Creating consistent geographical zones, Working Paper of the University of Leeds, School of Geography, 1, pp.1-69.
  • Norman PD; Rees PH; Boyle PJ (2001) Achieving data compatibility over space and time: creating consistent geographical zones, .
  • Rees PH (1998) Look-up Tables to link 1991 population statistics to the 1998 local government areas, .
  • Rees PH (1998) Fourth Workshop: the 2001 census: what do we really, really want ?, 98/7, .
  • Katus K; Kupiszewski M; Rees PH; Sakkeus A; Herm D; Powell D (1998) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe: Estonia case study, School of Geography, University of Leeds, 98/14, .
  • Rees PH (1998) The 2001 Census: what Geography do we want ?, .
  • Rees PH; Duke-Williams OW; Openshaw S (1998) Software for statistical disclosure control of small area statistics from national censuses, .
  • Rees PH; Kupiszewski M; Carrilho M; Peixoto J (1998) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe: Portugal case study, .
  • Rees PH (1998) Second Workshop: The 2001 Census - What interfaces do we want ?, .
  • Rees PH; Van Imhoff E; Durham HP; Smith DP; Kupiszewski M (1998) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe: Netherlands case study, School of Geography, University of Leeds, .
  • Rees PH; Kupiszewski M; Katus K (1998) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe: Estonia case study, .
  • Rees PH; Boyle PJ (1998) Migration statistics from the 2001 UK Census: what do we really, really want ?, 98/7, .
  • Rees PH; Carrilho M; Peixoto J; Durham HP; Kupiszewski M (1998) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe: Portugal case study, School of Geography, University of Leeds, 98/13, .
  • Rees PH; Kupiszewski M; Durham HP; Bucher H (1998) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe: German case study, .
  • Rees PH; Kupiszewski M; Durham HP; Drbohlav D (1998) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe: Czech case study, School of Geography, University of Leeds, .
  • Rees PH; Phillips DA (1998) The spatial dynamics of Britain's ethnic communities: estimating the changing ethnic geography of London 1981-1991, .
  • Rees PH (1997) Migration statistics from the 2001 Census: What do we want, .
  • Openshaw S; Duke-Williams OW; Rees PH (1997) Measuring confidentiality risks in Census data, .
  • Rees PH; Kupiszewski M; Ostby L (1997) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe:Norway case study, 98/4, .
  • Kupiszewski M; Durham HP; Rees PH (1997) Internal Migration and Regional Population Dynamics in Europe: Polish Case Study, School of Geography, University of Leeds, .
  • Rees PH (1997) Third Workshop: the 2001 Census - special datasets: what do we want?, .
  • Rees PH; Kupiszewski M; Durham HP; Terra Abrami V; Todisco E; Terra-Abrami V (1997) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe: Italy case study, School of Geography, University of Leeds, .
  • Rees PH; Kupiszewski M; Todisco E (1997) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe: Polish case study., 97/5, .
  • Rees PH (1997) The Debate about the Geography of the 2001 Census: Collected papers from 1995-6, .
  • Kupiszewski M; Berinde D; Teodorescu V; Durham HP; Rees PH (1997) Internal migraiton and regional population dynamics in Europe: Romanian Case Study, .
  • Rees PH (1996) The second demographic transition: what does it mean for the future of Europe's population., .
  • Rees PH; Boyle PJ (1996) The migration question in the 2001 Census: design issues, .
  • Rees PH; Kupiszewski M (1996) Internal migration and regional population dynamics: What data are available in the Council of Europe member states?, School of Geography, University of Leeds, .
  • Rees PH; Duke-Williams OW (1996) Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe: United Kingdom case study, .
  • Rees PH (1995) The 1991 Census of Northern Ireland: New Data for the United Kingdom, pp.13-18.
  • Rees PH; Kupiszewski M (1995) Internal migration and regional population dynamics: what data are available in Council of Europe member states, 95/21, .
  • Rees PH; Duke-Williams OW (1995) Methods for estimating missing data on migrants in the 1991 census, 95/20, .
  • Rees PH; Stillwell JCH; Duke-Williams OW (1995) Migration between Euro-regions in the United Kingdom., pp 34, .
  • Rees PH (1994) Key issues in subnational projection models, 94/8, .
  • Rees PH; Duke-Williams OW (1994) The special migration statistices: a vital resource into British migration, 94/20, .
  • Rees PH; Clarke MC; Kupiszewski M; Earnshaw R; El-Haddadeh B (1993) The presentation and analysis of spatial data using the computer, .
  • Rees PH; Stillwell JCH; Duke-Williams OW (1993) The spatial patterns of British migration in 1991 in the context of 1975-92 trends, 93/19, .
  • Rees PH (1993) Counting people: past, present and future, 93/3, .
  • Rees PH; Clarke MC; Kupiszewski M; Earnshaw R; El-Haddadeh B (1993) The presentation and analysis of spatial data using the computer, .
  • Rees PH; Phillips DA (1993) The socioeconomic position of ethnic minorities in two northern cities, 93/20, .
  • Rees PH (1992) Government Policy Towards Organic Farming: A History of Neglect and Missed Opportunities, 92/25, .
  • Rees PH (1992) The demographic structure of Britain's population: first results from the 1991 Census, 92/23, .
  • Rees PH (1992) Census analysis: planning the way ahead. A report on the launch Seminar of the Census Analysis Group, 92/13, .
  • Rees PH; Stillwell JCH (1992) Intra-Community Migration and its Impact on the Demographic Structure at the Regional Level, 92/1, .
  • Boden P; Rees PH (Not yet published) Demographic change and its impact upon the Northern Way regions, Turning Point Papers, .
  • Rees PH; Stillwell J; Boden P; Dennett A (Not yet published) London - A demographic case study, Working Papers, School of Geography, University of Leeds, pp.1-43.