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Dr Vikki Houlden
Professor Rachel Franklin
Fran Rowe
Professor Andy Pike
‘Left Behind’ neighbourhoods in England: Where they are and why they matter2024
Professor Rachel Franklin
All Theories Are Wrong but Some Are Useful2024
Dr Rachael Sanderson
Professor Rachel Franklin
Professor Danny MacKinnon
Dr Joe Matthews
Left behind and left out: Evaluating (dis)connections in the spatially focused migration network of England and Wales2024
Dr Rachael Sanderson
Professor Rachel Franklin
Professor Danny MacKinnon
Dr Joe Matthews
Left out and invisible? : exploring social media representation of 'left behind places'2024
Dr Yu-Tzu Wu
Professor Carol Brayne
Professor Rachel Franklin
Dr Vikki Houlden
Professor Matthew Prina
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The longitudinal associations between ambient air pollution exposure and dementia in the UK: results from the cognitive function and ageing study II and Wales2024
Professor Andy Pike
Professor Rachel Franklin
Professor Danny MacKinnon
Dr Sanne Velthuis
‘Left behind places’: a geographical etymology2023
Professor Rachel Franklin
Making Space in Geographical Analysis2023
Professor Rachel Franklin
Quantitative methods II: Big theory2023
Professor Rachel Franklin
Quantitative Methods III: Strength in Numbers?2023
Dr Gainbi Park
Professor Rachel Franklin
The changing demography of hurricane at‐risk areas in the United States (1970–2018)2023
Professor Rachel Franklin
Dr Vikki Houlden
Estimating the social and spatial impacts of Covid mitigation strategies in United Kingdom regions: synthetic data and dashboards2022
Professor Rachel Franklin
Optimising for equity: Sensor coverage, networks and the responsive city2022
Professor Rachel Franklin
Quantitative methods I: Reckoning with uncertainty2022
Dr Yu-Tzu Wu
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Vikki Houlden
Professor Rachel Franklin
The longitudinal associations between proximity to local grocery shops and functional ability in the very old living with and without multimorbidity: Results from the Newcastle 85+ study2022
Professor Rachel Franklin
Geographical Analysis at Midlife2021
Professor Rachel Franklin
Guest Editorial: Spatial demography in regional science2021
Professor Rachel Franklin
Introduction to the 50th Anniversary Special Issue: Happy Birthday, Geographical Analysis!2021
Professor Rachel Franklin
The sensor desert quandary: What does it mean (not) to count in the smart city?2021
Professor Rachel Franklin
Dr Vikki Houlden
Dr Caitlin Robinson
Who Counts? Gender, Gatekeeping, and Quantitative Human Geography2021
Professor Rachel Franklin
Differential drivers of rent burden in growing and shrinking cities2020
Professor Rachel Franklin
I come to bury (population) growth, not to praise it2020
Professor Rachel Franklin
Urban inequality and the demographic transformation of shrinking cities: The role of the foreign born2020
Professor Rachel Franklin
Interpreting the Geography of Human Capital Stock Variations2019
Professor Rachel Franklin
Population, Place, and Spatial Interaction2019
Professor Rachel Franklin
The demographic burden of population loss in US cities, 2000–20102019
Professor Rachel Franklin
For Whom the Bells Toll: Alonso and a Regional Science of Decline2018
Professor Rachel Franklin
Local Population Change and Variations in Racial Integration in the United States, 2000–20102018
Professor Rachel Franklin
Population Loss: The Role of Transportation and Other Issues2018
Professor Rachel Franklin
Transportation where people leave: An introduction2018
Professor Rachel Franklin
GIS and the Social Sciences: Theory and Applications2017
Professor Rachel Franklin
Human-capital migration and salaries: an examination of US college graduates2017
Professor Rachel Franklin
Shrinking Smart: U.S. Population Decline and Footloose Human Capital2017
Professor Rachel Franklin
The View from Over the Hill: Regional Research in a Post-Demographic Transition World2017
Professor Rachel Franklin
Modeling Sustainability: Population, Inequality, Consumption, and Bidirectional Coupling of the Earth and Human Systems2016
Professor Rachel Franklin
A Blueprint for Strategic Urban Research: The Urban Piazza2014
Professor Rachel Franklin
An Examination of the Geography of Population Composition and Change in the United States, 2000–2010: Insights from Geographical Indices and a Shift-Share Analysis2014
Professor Rachel Franklin
Human Capital Redistribution in the USA: The Migration of the College-Bound2014
Professor Rachel Franklin
Livability for All? Conceptual Limits and Practical Implications2014
Professor Rachel Franklin
The Landscape of Population Decline in the United States: Considering the roles of the demographic components of change and geography2014
Professor Rachel Franklin
The Minority Homeownership Gap, Home Foreclosure, and Nativity: Evidence from Miami-Dade County2013
Professor Rachel Franklin
The Roles of Population, Place, and Institution in Student Diversity in American Higher Education2013
Professor Rachel Franklin
Working in a Landscape of Recession and Expansion: Academic ‘Jobs in Geography’ in the United States, 1990–20112013