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Adam Dennett

Adam Dennett Adam Dennett holds a PhD in quantitative human geography and worked as a Research Associate on the Migration and Global Demograhics workstream of the ENFOLD-ing project, with a particular interest in modelling international migration flows. Contact Adam at a.dennett@ucl.ac.uk
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Kimberley Claydon

Kimberley Claydon holds an MSc in Industrial Mathematical Modelling and works as a Doctoral Researcher on the Migration and Global Demographics workstream of the ENFOLDing project. Her research interests are in global human migration modelling and the advancement of current mathematical methods to the field.
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New paper from me and the sad end of an era…

Yes, British migration classification fans, it’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for – publication of the CIDER Migration Classification paper! *Cue delirious cheering, whooping, hollering and cries of ‘get in the hole!!’*

This most recent product of my blood, sweat and tears – co-authored by John Stillwell – can be found in the latest edition of Population Trends. I say latest, but I should also say final, as sadly after 36 years of publication Population Trends is from today, no more. In 2010 the Office for National Statistics took the decision to cease regular publication of all of  its journal titles – I can only speculate the victim of the severe cuts being enforced across the public sector currently.

The Autumn 2011 issue really does mark the end of an era and I will be sad to see it go, especially as I think I can safely say that it is the journal, above all others, that has been the source of useful and practical research during my academic career.

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Pablo Mateos

Pablo Mateos Pablo Mateos is a lecturer in Human Geography in the UCL department of Geography and co-Investigator on the Migration and Global Demographics workstream within ENFOLD-ing.
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