Population Space and Place

Papers
(The TQCC of Population Space and Place is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Urban tourism and population change: Gentrification in the age of mobilities56
COVID‐19 and migration: A research note on the effects of COVID‐19 on internal migration rates and patterns in Japan39
After the reflexive turn in migration studies: Towards the doing migration approach37
Understanding patterns of internal migration during the COVID‐19 pandemic in Spain35
“Decentring” international student mobility: The case of African student migrants in China33
Understanding internal migration trends in OECD countries30
The impact of the COVID‐19 pandemic on internal migration in Germany: A descriptive analysis29
Urban exodus? Understanding human mobility in Britain during the COVID‐19 pandemic using Meta‐Facebook data28
Beyond neighbouring: Migrants' place attachment to their host cities in China27
Social insurance participation and urban settlement intentions of China's floating population26
Local modelling of U.S. mortality rates: A multiscale geographically weighted regression approach22
The rural–urban interface: Rural and small town growth at the metropolitan fringe22
Scenario‐based fertility projections incorporating impacts of COVID‐1920
Settling down in time and place? Changing intimacies in mobile young people's migration and life courses19
Internal migration and housing costs—A panel analysis for Germany19
Geographic mobility among older people and their adult children: The role of parents' health issues and family ties19
Young adults' return migration from large cities in Sweden: The role of siblings and parents17
Transnational ageing and “care technologies”: Chinese grandparenting migrants in Singapore and Sydney17
Interjecting the geographies of skills into international skilled migration research: Political economy and ethics for a renewed research agenda17
Living in two countries: Transnational living as an alternative to migration16
Modelling skilled and less‐skilled internal migrations in China, 2010–2015: Application of an eigenvector spatial filtering hurdle gravity approach16
The governance of the Kafala system and the punitive control of migrant domestic workers16
Where do immigrants move in Germany? The role of international migration in regional disparities in population development16
How families affect aspirational migration amidst political insecurity: The case of Hong Kong15
On the move again? Residential trajectories of refugees after obtaining asylum in the Netherlands15
Internal migration in the time of Covid: Who moves out of the inner city of Stockholm and where do they go?15
Space, place and internationalisation of higher education: Exploring everyday social practices in the ‘international’ classroom14
The roles of family and friends in the immobility decisions of university graduates staying in a peripheral urban area in the Netherlands14
“Unattended” retirement: Lifestyle migration and precarity of the Houniao13
Feeling at home across time and place: A study of Ecuadorians in three European cities13
The COVID‐19 pandemic and residential mobility intentions in the United States: Evidence from Google Trends data13
First wave of SARS‐COV2 in Europe: Study and typology of the 15 worst affected European countries13
The mobilities and immobilities of rural gentrification: Staying put or moving on?12
Mechanisms of migrant exclusion: Temporary labour, precarious noncitizenship, and technologies of detention12
Rethinking lifestyle and middle‐class migration in “left behind” regions12
Individual and contextual determinants of male suicide in the post‐communist region: The case of Lithuania12
Love in motion: Migration patterns of internationally mobile couples12
Cosmopolitanism in exclusionary contexts12
Determinants and consequences of rural‐to‐urban migration patterns in China: Evidence from sequence analysis11
A shifting yet grounded transnational social field: Interplays of displacement and emplacement in African migrant trajectories across Central America11
Active aging in the countryside: Space, place and the performance of leisure–work lifestyles in contemporary rural China11
Urban sustainability and the subjective well‐being of migrants: The role of risks, place attachment, and aspirations11
Spaces of well‐being and regional settlement: International migrants and the rural idyll11
Geography, psychology and the ‘Big Five’ personality traits: Who moves, and over what distances, in the United Kingdom?11
Exploring the impact of depopulation on a country's population geography: Lessons learned from Japan10
Understanding trajectories of population decline across rural and urban Europe: A sequence analysis10
Reurbanisation in my hometown? Effect of return migration on migrants' urban settlement intention10
Regional trajectories in life expectancy and lifespan variation: Persistent inequality in two Nordic welfare states10
Analysing migrants' ageing in place as embodied practices of embedding through time: ‘Kilburn is not Kilburn any more’10
A tale of three villages: Local housing policies, well‐being and encounters between residents and immigrants10
Housing and identity expression among in‐situ urbanised rural residents in China10
Measuring migration motives with open‐ended survey data: Methodological and conceptual issues10
Understanding brain waste: Unequal opportunities for skills development between highly skilled women and men, migrants and nonmigrants10
Time, temporality, and (im)mobility: Unpacking the temporal experiences among Chinese international students during the COVID‐1910
Immigrants' selectivity and their socio‐economic outcomes in the destination country: The Italian case10
Inequality as a driver of migration: A social network analysis9
Regulations in the era of new‐type urbanisation and migrant workers' settlement intentions: The case of Beijing9
Immigrants' spatial concentration: Region or locality attractiveness?9
Socio‐economic inequalities in rates of amenable mortality in Scotland: Analyses of the fundamental causes using the Scottish Longitudinal Study, 1991–20109
Towards a typology of childhood internal mobility: Do children of migrants and non‐migrants differ?9
How to identify and typify arrival spaces in European cities—A methodological approach9
Staying in the city or moving to the suburbs? Unravelling the moving behaviour of young families in the four big cities in the Netherlands8
The influence of job accessibility on local residential segregation of ethnic minorities: A study of Hong Kong8
Housing characteristics and health in urban China: A comparative study of rural migrants and urban locals8
Family change and variation through the lens of family configurations in low‐ and middle‐income countries8
Defining distance thresholds for migration research8
Transnational ties: Resource or stressor on Peruvian migrants' well‐being?8
The future growth and spatial shift of Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population, 2016–20518
Is China's public housing programme destined to fail? Evidence from the city of Changsha8
Staying for the benefits: Location‐specific insider advantages for geographically immobile students in higher education8
Between stuckness and stillness: Why do young adults not undertake temporary mobility?8
When migrants become hosts and nonmigrants become mobile: Bangladeshis visiting their friends and relatives in London8
Poor health, low mortality? Paradox found among immigrants in England and Wales8
Influences of origin and destination on migrant fertility in Europe7
Understanding the intergroup relations of migrants in China7
Same‐sex marriage and neighbourhood landscape overlap—A revised understanding of the spatial distribution of gay men and lesbians7
School segregation of migrants and their descendants in a dual school system: The case of Barcelona7
Re‐imagining belonging to Brazil: Active immobility in times of crisis7
Explaining cross‐national differences in leaving home7
Self‐legitimation and sense‐making of Southern European parents' migration to Norway: The role of family aspirations7
Continuity or change? How the onset of COVID‐19 affected internal migration in Australia7
Intergenerational solidarity, proximity to parents when moving to independence, and returns to the parental home7
Worse life, psychological suffering, but ‘better’ housing: The post‐gentrification experiences of displaced residents from Xuanwumen, Beijing6
Religiosity and the realisation of fertility intentions: A comparative study of eight European countries6
Pathways to food insecurity: Migration, hukou and COVID‐19 in Nanjing, China6
Syrian trajectories of exile in Lebanon and Turkey: Context of reception and social class6
Attitudes towards rural migrants and their influence on return migration in China6
Urban nature and transnational lives6
The form and evolution of international migration networks, 1990–20156
Temporary destudentification caused by COVID‐19: Motivations and effects on social relations in a Chilean university city6
The importance of reclassification to understanding urban growth: A demographic decomposition of the United States, 1990–20106
Socio‐economic groups moving apart: An analysis of recent trends in residential segregation in Australia's main capital cities6
Aspirations, agency and well‐being of Romanian migrants in Greece6
Trends in internal migration in Japan, 2012–2020: The impact of the COVID‐19 pandemic6
Why do low‐skilled foreign workers have a wage advantage? Evidence from the palm oil plantation sector in Malaysia6
Chinese students at U.K. universities: Transnational education mobilities as a stepping‐stone to adulthood6
Body in migration: Bodily experiences and strategies amongst foreign scholars in China6
Examining pathways linking rural labour outflows to the abandonment of arable land in China6
Analysing the effects of residential mobility behaviours on the composition of personal network in Switzerland6
Emplacing English as lingua franca in international higher education: A spatial perspective on linguistic diversity6
Social ties, spatial migration paradigm, and mental health among two generations of migrants in China6
Highly educated skilled migrants are attracted to global cities: The case of Greek PhD holders5
Population responses to the 1976 South Dakota drought: Insights for wider drought migration research5
Declining internal migration? Patterns, causes and prospects5
Changing migration rates in England and Wales over a 40‐year period: Is mobility declining?5
The association between perceived residential environment, social interaction and subjective well‐being of China's elderly migrants5
Skills on the move: Highly skilled migrants in Switzerland and beyond5
Economic integration of first‐ and second‐generation immigrants in the Swiss labour market: Does the reason for immigration make a difference?5
Scale and zonation effects on internal migration indicators in the United Kingdom5
The migration pathway to economic mobility: Does gender matter?5
Ethnic differences in self‐assessed health in Scotland: The role of socio‐economic status and migrant generation5
Having a child within a cohabiting union in Europe and North America: What is the role of parents' socio‐economic status?5
Demographic dynamics across urban settings and implications for ethnic geographies5
Postgraduate migration behaviour of international university students supported from the Czech Development Cooperation scholarships5
‘Dreamers’, (un)deserving immigrants and generational interdependence5
Life satisfaction among skilled transnational families before and during the COVID‐19 outbreak5
Growing rights consciousness of the marginalised and the reshuffling of the landlord–tenant power relationship: Examining a country park‐induced displacement in Shanghai5
International postgraduate students' labour mobility in the United Kingdom: A cross‐classified multilevel analysis5
Transnational divorce in binational marriages: The case of Portuguese–Brazilian and Portuguese–Cape Verdean couples5
Worker intra‐urban residential migration and spatial labour market change in Melbourne's functional economic regions4
Residential segregation by nationalities: A global and multilevel approach to Barcelona and Madrid (2008–2018)4
Intrastate applicability of National Census Response Rate Models: The case of the 2020 Census in the state of Illinois, United States4
Editorial introduction: Social and spatial inequalities in health and mortality: The analysis of longitudinal register data from selected European countries4
Migration for co‐residence among long‐distance couples: The role of local family ties and gender4
Migrate to divorce, to overcome divorce, or to avoid divorce? Divorce and migration nexus among Chinese (wo)men migrants in Paris4
Health inequalities between Palestinians and Jews in Israel: The role of extreme spatial segregation4
“In the back of my mind, time always ticks one hour forward”: The transnational temporalities of Moldovan domestic workers in Italy4
Brazilian immigrant entrepreneurs' support networks and bounded (mis)trust in Western Australia4
Migration and the reconfiguration of rural places: The accommodation of difference in Odemira, Portugal4
Social innovation within transnational flows of knowledge: The example of student mobility from Bulgaria4
Transnational divorce and remarriage between Pakistan and Britain: Intersectionality, harmful immigration rules and internal racism4
The phenomenon of spiritual homelessness in transnational spaces among international students in the United States4
Spatial and social mobility in England: The persistence of the ‘Escalator’ effect for the millennial generation4
The ‘intention to stay’ of the floating migrant population: A spatiotemporal meta‐analysis in Chinese cities4
For better or for worse mental health? The role of family networks in exogamous unions4
New economics of transnational living4
Long‐term trends in intergenerational proximity: Evidence from a grandchild design4
Brexit, acculturative stress and mental health among EU citizens in Scotland4
‘Unintended transnationalism’: The challenging lives of Thai women who partner Western men4
From mobility attractiveness to mobility fatigue: The impact of repeated transnational mobility on the lives and aspirations of early‐career academics4
Neighbourhood context and young adult mobility: A life course approach4
What is the association between the ethnic composition of neighbourhoods, workplaces and schools and the formation of mixed‐ethnic unions?4
No place like home: Sociocultural drivers of return migration among Israeli academic families4
Moving to ‘Bei–Shang–Guang’? Internal migration, local hukou barriers and labour market outcomes among college graduates in China4
Beyond the (im)mobility and social‐environmental dichotomy: Young adults' motives to reside in rural northwest Europe4
Living and working on the edge: ‘Place precarity’ and the experiences of male manual workers in a U.K. seaside town4
Virtual special issue: Internal migration in times of COVID‐194
Stability and change in China's geography of intercity migration: A network analysis4
Migrant mothers, rejected refugees and excluded belonging in Hong Kong4
Does increased migration affect the rural–urban divide in suicide? A register‐based repeated cohort study in Sweden from 1991 to 20154
Residential mobility of couples around family formation in the Netherlands: Stated and revealed preferences4
Recreating a sense of home in a foreign land among older Chinese immigrants in Australia4
Welfare and social protection: What is the link with secondary migration? Evidence from the 2014‐crisis hit Italian region of Lombardy4
The ethnic composition and population dynamics of local communities in Australia4
Housing costs, self‐employment, and fertility4
Tracking the role of self‐employment on perceptions of citizenship: Evidence from urban migrant workers in China4
Terrorism, migrant crisis and attitudes towards immigrants from outside of the European Union4
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