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Jakub Bijak
Jakub Bijak
Professor of Statistical Demography, University of Southampton
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War-related deaths in the 1992–1995 armed conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina: A critique of previous estimates and recent results
E Tabeau, J Bijak
European journal of population/Revue européenne de Démographie 21 (2), 187-215, 2005
2322005
Population and labour force projections for 27 European countries, 2002-052: impact of international migration on population ageing
J Bijak, D Kupiszewska, M Kupiszewski, K Saczuk, A Kicinger
European Journal of Population/Revue Européenne de Démographie 23 (1), 1-31, 2007
2192007
Forecasting international migration in Europe: A Bayesian view
J Bijak
Springer Science & Business Media, 2010
2122010
Forecasting international migration: Selected theories, models, and methods
J Bijak
Central European Forum for Migration Research, 2006
1852006
Integrated modeling of European migration
J Raymer, A Wiśniowski, JJ Forster, PWF Smith, J Bijak
Journal of the American Statistical Association 108 (503), 801-819, 2013
1322013
Replacement migration revisited: Simulations of the effects of selected population and labor market strategies for the aging Europe, 2002–2052
J Bijak, D Kupiszewska, M Kupiszewski
Population Research and Policy Review 27 (3), 321-342, 2008
1052008
When demography met social simulation: A tale of two modelling approaches
E Silverman, J Bijak, J Hilton, VD Cao, J Noble
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 16 (4), 9, 2013
1002013
Bayesian population forecasting: extending the Lee-Carter method
A Wiśniowski, PWF Smith, J Bijak, J Raymer, JJ Forster
Demography 52 (3), 1035-1059, 2015
982015
Bayesian forecasting of immigration to selected European countries by using expert knowledge
J Bijak, A Wiśniowski
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2010
982010
Forecasting: theory and practice
F Petropoulos, D Apiletti, V Assimakopoulos, MZ Babai, DK Barrow, ...
International Journal of Forecasting, 2022
912022
Bayesian demography 250 years after Bayes
J Bijak, J Bryant
Population studies 70 (1), 1-19, 2016
792016
Reforging the wedding ring: Exploring a semi-artificial model of population for the United Kingdom with Gaussian process emulators
J Bijak, J Hilton, E Silverman, VD Cao
Demographic Research 29, 729-766, 2013
682013
International migration scenarios for 27 European countries, 2002–2052
J Bijak, A Kicinger, M Kupiszewski
International migration and the future of populations and labour in Europe …, 2013
652013
Model-based demography: Towards a research agenda
D Courgeau, J Bijak, R Franck, E Silverman
Agent-based modelling in population studies, 29-51, 2017
552017
Impact of international migration on population dynamics and labour force resources in Europe
J Bijak, D Kupiszewska, M Kupiszewski, K Saczuk
Środkowoeuropejskie Forum Badań Migracyjnych, 2005
532005
Linked lives: the utility of an agent-based approach to modeling partnership and household formation in the context of social care
J Noble, E Silverman, J Bijak, S Rossiter, M Evandrou, S Bullock, ...
Proceedings of the 2012 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 1-12, 2012
502012
Evaluation of existing migration forecasting methods and models
G Disney, A Wiśniowski, JJ Forster, PWF Smith, J Bijak
ESRC Centre for Population Change, University of Southampton, 2015
412015
Feeding the beast: can computational demographic models free us from the tyranny of data?
EE Silverman, JJ Bijak, JJ Noble
Artificial Life Conference Proceedings, 2011
372011
Utilising Expert Opinion to Improve the Measurement of International Migration in Europe.
A Wiśniowski, J Bijak, S Christiansen, JJ Forster, N Keilman, J Raymer, ...
Journal of Official Statistics (JOS) 29 (4), 2013
322013
A multilevel functional data method for forecasting population, with an application to the United Kingdom
HL Shang, PWF Smith, J Bijak, A Wiśniowski
International Journal of Forecasting 32 (3), 629-649, 2016
292016
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