Dr Brad Francis Campbell
I am currently working alongside Professor Hill Kulu (St Andrews) and Professor Gunnar Andersson (Stockholm) on the Migrant Life project. The project involves the use of longitudinal data from the Swedish population register to look at whether family formation, fertility, employment and housing career trajectories differ both between immigrant groups and the Swedish born population. Comparisons will be made with three other European countries inlcuding France, Germany and the UK.
PhD 'Northern Ireland on the Move, 1981-2015, Queen's University Belfast
Prior to joining the University of St Andrews I completed my PhD at Queen?s University Belfast. My PhD explored long term internal migratory patterns within Northern Ireland between 1981 and 2015 using micro-level census data from the Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study (NILS).
Stockholm University, visiting researcher
Queen's University, visiting scholar
?Quantifying the impact of selective religious internal migration on residential segregation in Belfast, 1981-2011?. European Network for Housing Research. 27th June 2018.
?Declining Internal Migration in Northern Ireland, 1981-2011?. British Society for Population Studies, Day Meeting ?Is Internal migration showing down??. 11th January 2018.
?Internal Migration in a Religiously Segregated Society, the Case of Northern Ireland?. Census & Administrative Data Longitudinal Studies Hub (CALLS-HUB), St Andrews University, 23rd March 2018
?Religious Population Change in Northern Ireland, 2001-2011?. Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study (NILS), Research Showcase, 29th March 2018.
?Decomposing the Long Term Decline of Internal Migration in NI 1981-2011?. Royal Geographical Society, 29th August 2017.
?Decomposing the Long Term Decline of Internal Migration in NI 1981-2011?. Administrative Data Research Network. 2nd June 2017.
?Declining Long and Short Distance Migration within Northern Ireland, 1981-2011?. Queen?s University Belfast, Geography Talk. November 2017.
?Assessing the Impact of the 2016 EU Referendum on EU Emigration from NI? 10th International Conference on Population Geographies. 2nd July 2019.