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    Demography, time and space

    Bell, Martin
    Journal of Population Research, 2015, Vol.32(3), pp.173-186 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Springer Science & Business Media B.V.
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    Titre: Demography, time and space
    Auteur: Bell, Martin
    Sujet: Population ; Time ; Space ; Mobility ; Borrie
    Description: Time, in various guises, is integral to the conceptual and methodological apparatus of demography but the significance of space has been less well articulated. I review the way each dimension has shaped our understanding of demographic processes, and explore the distinctive contribution to be derived from closer linkages between population science and spatial analysis. Methods and models are needed that link individual with aggregate analyses, bridge geographic scales, and couple space and time. These have the potential to enhance theory, inform policy, and address contemporary knowledge deficits, but they call for novel approaches to data collection and also have implications for demographic training. The case is illustrated with examples drawn from both the global and Australian contexts.
    Fait partie de: Journal of Population Research, 2015, Vol.32(3), pp.173-186
    Identifiant: 1443-2447 (ISSN); 1835-9469 (E-ISSN); 10.1007/s12546-015-9148-6 (DOI)

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    Anwaltshaftung gegenüber Dritten

    Bell, Martin, juriste
    Bonn : Deutscher Anwaltverl.
    [1996]
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    Titre: Anwaltshaftung gegenüber Dritten / Martin Bell
    Auteur: Bell, Martin, juriste
    Editeur: Bonn : Deutscher Anwaltverl.
    Date: [1996]
    Collation: 190 S. ; 21 cm
    Collection: Schriftenreihe des Instituts für Anwaltsrecht an der Universität zu Köln ; Bd. 22
    Documents dans cette collection: Schriftenreihe des Instituts für Anwaltsrecht an der Universität zu Köln
    Sujet RERO: Responsabilité professionnelle - Tiers (droit) - Avocats - Allemagne
    Classification: dr-sys CA/D 25 h
    Identifiant: 3873892219 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R211915260
    Permalien:
    http://data.rero.ch/01-R211915260/html?view=FR_V1

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    In memory of Chris Freeman: Founding Editor of Research Policy, 1971–2003

    Martin, Ben R, Bell, Martin
    Research Policy, 2011, Vol.40(7), pp.895-896 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    ScienceDirect Journals (Elsevier)
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    The local/global integration of MNC subsidiaries and their technological behaviour: Argentina in the late 1990s

    Marin, Anabel, Bell, Martin
    Research Policy, 2010, Vol.39(7), pp.919-931 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Production of cold beams of ND 3 with variable rotational state distributions by electrostatic extraction of He and Ne buffer-gas-cooled beams

    Twyman, Kathryn S., Bell, Martin T., Heazlewood, Brianna R., Softley, Timothy P.
    The Journal of Chemical Physics, 14 July 2014, Vol.141(2) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Late Quaternary environmental change : physical and human perspectives

    Bell, Martin
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    Christopher Freeman: social science entrepreneur

    Fagerberg, Jan, Fosaas, Morten, Bell, Martin, Martin, Ben R
    Research Policy, 2011, Vol.40(7), pp.897-916 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Demography, time and space

    Bell, Martin
    Journal of Population Research, 12/2015, Vol.32(3-4), pp.173-186 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Springer (via CrossRef)
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    Titre: Demography, time and space
    Auteur: Bell, Martin
    Sujet: Economics;
    Description: Time, in various guises, is integral to the conceptual and methodological apparatus of demography but the significance of space has been less well articulated. I review the way each dimension has shaped our understanding of demographic processes, and explore the distinctive contribution to be derived from closer linkages between population science and spatial analysis. Methods and models are needed that link individual with aggregate analyses, bridge geographic scales, and couple space and time. These have the potential to enhance theory, inform policy, and address contemporary knowledge deficits, but they call for novel approaches to data collection and also have implications for demographic training. The case is illustrated with examples drawn from both the global and Australian contexts.
    Fait partie de: Journal of Population Research, 12/2015, Vol.32(3-4), pp.173-186
    Identifiant: 1443-2447 (ISSN); 1835-9469 (E-ISSN); http (DOI)

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    W(h)ither the Census?

    Bell, Martin
    Australian Geographer, 03 July 2015, Vol.46(3), pp.299-304 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Life‐Course Transitions and the Age Profile of Internal Migration

    Bernard, Aude, Bell, Martin, Charles‐Edwards, Elin
    Population and Development Review, June 2014, Vol.40(2), pp.213-239 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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    Titre: Life‐Course Transitions and the Age Profile of Internal Migration
    Auteur: Bernard, Aude; Bell, Martin; Charles‐Edwards, Elin
    Description: Despite underlying regularities in the age profile of migration, there is mounting evidence of cross‐national variations in the ages at which migration occurs. Explanations for these differences have variously been sought by reference to cultural, social, and economic factors, and through analysis of reasons for moving. There is also a growing body of work linking migration events to particular transitions in the life course. We set out a conceptual framework that links contextual factors to the age structure of migration through life‐course transitions that act as proximate determinants of the age at migration. We propose metrics to capture the prevalence, timing, and spread of four key life‐course transitions: education completion, labor force entry, union formation, and first childbearing. We then seek to quantitatively establish the link between these indicators and the age and intensity of internal migration at its peak for a global sample of 27 countries. Correlation and factor analysis reveal substantial diversity in the timing and spread of transitions to adult roles, and show that cross‐national differences in the age profile of migration closely parallel variations in the age structure of the life course for over two‐thirds of countries. Migration age profiles are aligned with transitions to adulthood for both sexes but most strongly among women.
    Fait partie de: Population and Development Review, June 2014, Vol.40(2), pp.213-239
    Identifiant: 0098-7921 (ISSN); 1728-4457 (E-ISSN); 10.1111/j.1728-4457.2014.00671.x (DOI)