Jakub Bijak
Jakub Bijak
Professor of Statistical Demography, University of Southampton
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Forecasting: theory and practice
F Petropoulos, D Apiletti, V Assimakopoulos, MZ Babai, DK Barrow, ...
International Journal of Forecasting 38 (3), 705-871, 2022
Forecasting international migration in Europe: A Bayesian view
J Bijak
Springer Science & Business Media, 2010
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
Population and labour force projections for 27 European countries, 2002-052: impact of international migration on population ageing: Projections de population et de population …
J Bijak, D Kupiszewska, M Kupiszewski, K Saczuk, A Kicinger
European Journal of Population/Revue Européenne de Démographie 23, 1-31, 2007
Forecasting international migration: Selected theories, models, and methods
J Bijak
Central European Forum for Migration Research, 2006
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
Bayesian population forecasting: extending the Lee-Carter method
A Wiśniowski, PWF Smith, J Bijak, J Raymer, JJ Forster
Demography 52 (3), 1035-1059, 2015
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, 321-342, 2008
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 173 …, 2010
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
Bayesian demography 250 years after Bayes
J Bijak, J Bryant
Population studies 70 (1), 1-19, 2016
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
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 …, 2012
Assessing time series models for forecasting international migration: Lessons from the United Kingdom
J Bijak, G Disney, AM Findlay, JJ Forster, PWF Smith, A Wiśniowski
Journal of Forecasting 38 (5), 470-487, 2019
Model-based demography: Towards a research agenda
D Courgeau, J Bijak, R Franck, E Silverman
Agent-based modelling in population studies: Concepts, methods, and …, 2017
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
Evaluation of existing migration forecasting methods and models: Report examining and assessing the various analytical approaches to migration forecasting.
G Disney, A Wiśniowski, JJ Forster, PWF Smith, J Bijak
ESRC Centre for Population Change, University of Southampton, 2015
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
Migration decision-making and its key dimensions
M Czaika, J Bijak, T Prike
The annals of the American academy of political and social science 697 (1 …, 2021
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 29 (4), 583-607, 2013
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