Publications

My research covers a range of topics relating to demography, migration, and research methods. Details of my latest (unpublished) research is available on my active research page.

Peer-reviewed publications

Busetta, A., Cetorelli, V., and Wilson, B. (2017). A Universal Health Care System? Unmet Need for Medical Care Among Regular and Irregular Immigrants in Italy. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, Published online: 16 March 2017. [paper]

Wilson, B. and Dyson, T. (2016) Democracy and the demographic transitionDemocratization, Published online: 16 Jun 2016 [paper] [summary

Adserà, A., Ferrer, A. M., Sigle-Rushton, W., & Wilson, B. (2012). Fertility patterns of child migrants: Age at migration and ancestry in comparative perspective. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 643(1), 160–189 [paper] [summary] [press]

O’Leary, L., Natamba, E., Jefferies, J., and Wilson, B. (2010). Fertility and partnership status in the last two decades. Population Trends, 140, 5-35 [paper]

Wilson, B. (2010). Children with a non-resident parent. Population Trends, 140, 53-81 [paper] [press: 1 2]

Wilson, B., and Stuchbury, R. (2010). Do partnerships last? Comparing marriage and cohabitation using longitudinal census data. Population Trends, 139, 37-63 [paper] [press: 1 2 3] [use in education]

Wilson, B. (2009). Estimating the cohabiting population. Population Trends, 136, 21-27 [paper] [press]

Wilson, B., and Smallwood, S. (2008). Age differences at marriage and divorce. Population Trends, 132, 17-25 [paper] [press: 1 2]

Wilson, B., and Smallwood, S. (2008). The proportion of marriages ending in divorce. Population Trends, 131, 28-36 [paper] [press: 1 2]

Wilson, B., and Smallwood, S. (2007). Understanding recent trends in marriage. Population Trends, 128, 24-32 [paper] [press: 1 2] [context]

Edited volumes

Smallwood, S. and Wilson, B. (2007). Focus on Families 2007, London: Palgrave Macmillan [full report] [press: 1 2 3]

Other publications

Wilson, B. (2015). Origin, destination and convergence: understanding the fertility of international migrants and their descendants. PhD thesis, The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) [link]

Wilson, B. (2011). Migrant fertility in England and Wales: Measuring fertility convergence. Masters dissertation. The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) [link]

ONS (2009) Households, Families and Children. Social Trends 39 (pp. xxvi-xxx) [report section] [press: 1 2 3]

McConnell, H., and Wilson, B. (2007). Families. In S. Smallwood & B. Wilson (Eds.), Focus on Families 2007 (pp. 1–18). London: Palgrave Macmillan [report] [press]

Wilson, B., and Smallwood, S. (2007). Family geography. In S. Smallwood & B. Wilson (Eds.), Focus on Families 2007 (pp. 71–86). London: Palgrave Macmillan [report] [press]

Wilson, B., and Smallwood, S. (2007). Where does all the information go. Marginal Notes, Issue 36 (pp.10-13). GRO [report]

Further information

A list of most of the above research is also available via my Google Scholar page.