Dr Tom Wilson

Ph.D (Geography), M.A. (Human Geography), B.A. (Hons 1)

Principal Research Fellow

Tom is an applied demographer specialising in population and household projections, migration analysis, the indirect estimation of demographic data, Indigenous demography, very elderly demographic trends, migration analysis and subnational demographic change.

Research Interests

  • Population projections, particularly subnational and probabilistic methods
  • State, regional and local demographic change
  • Household change
  • Migration estimation and analysis
  • Very elderly population trends
  • Indigenous demography

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Research Projects

Current Projects

Creating seasonal de facto population estimates. LEBA faculty Supporting Stronger Research and Collaboration grant. $41,000. Collaborators: Andrew Taylor, Kerstin Zander.

Improving Subnational Population Forecasts. ARC Discovery Project. $293,980. Collaborators: Francisco Rowe (UQ), Ludi Simpson (University of Manchester).

The Demographic Consequences of Migration to, from and within Australia. ARC Discovery Project. $240,158. Collaborators: James Raymer (ANU).

Improved Indigenous Population Projections for Policy and Planning. ARC Linkage Project. $244,744. Collaborators: Nicholas Biddle (ANU), Andrew Taylor (CDU), James Raymer (ANU), Prem Thapa (FaHCSIA).

Recent Projects

2015The rapid growth of Australia’s very elderly population: past estimates and probabilistic forecasts. Small Grant, CDU Faculty of Law, Education Business and Arts. $1,300. Tom Wilson and Wilma Terblanche (Bond).
2014Small area population projections for Australia. Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN) grant. $173,300. Tom Wilson, Martin Bell, Jim Cooper, Franz Eilert.
2013 - 2014Collaborative Research Agreement with the NSW Department of Planning & Environment. $90,000.
2013 - 2014A Harmonised Population Data Base for Australian Localities. UQ School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management Research Infrastructure Grant. $15,600.
2013 - 2016Improved Indigenous population projections for policy and planning. ARC Linkage Project. $244,744. Nicholas Biddle (ANU), Tom Wilson, Andrew Taylor (CDU), James Raymer (ANU), Prem Thapa (FaHCSIA).
2012 - 2014UQ ResTeach (Research and Teaching) grant for a 10% teaching position, $41,071.
2011UQ ResTeach (Research and Teaching) grant for a 10% teaching position, $12,408.
2010UQ ResTeach (Research and Teaching) grant for a 10% teaching position, $11,462.
2005Patterns of population mobility and internal migration in Australia. ARC Linkage Learned Academies Special Project, with a number of colleagues, $100,000.
2004Probabilistic multiregional population forecasts for the states and territories of Australia. University of Queensland Early Career Research grant, $20,591
2004 - 2006Understanding the structure of internal migration in Australia. ARC Discovery Project, with Martin Bell, $253,000.
2004 - 2006An integrated large scale urban model and a spatial decision support system simulating growth and evaluating sustainability outcomes for southeast Queensland, ARC Linkage Project, with a number of colleagues, $570,000.

Consultancy Work

2010 - Present

2015 - ongoingAdvice to Northern Territory Treasury on building a new population projection model.
2014Advice on population and household projections to Geografia.
2014Population and labour force projection scenarios, 2011-41, Shoalhaven City Council
2013Life table projections for Victoria, 2011-61, Victorian Department of Planning and Community Development.
2013Household and dwelling projections, NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure’s South Coast and Central Coast offices.
2012Educational enrolment projection scenarios, NSW Department of Education & Communities
2012Population and household projections, Lismore City Council.
2011Living arrangement, household and dwelling projections 2006-36 for LGAs outside Sydney statistical division, NSW Department of Planning
2011Peer review of technical report, NSW Department of Education & Communities
2010Living arrangement, household and dwelling projections 2006-36 for LGAs within Sydney statistical division, NSW Department of Planning

Publications & Resources

Books

Wilson, T., Charles-Edwards, E., & Bell, M. (Eds.) (2015). Demography for Planning and Policy: Australian Case Studies. Australia: Springer.

Book Chapters

Wilson, T., & Terblanche, W. (forthcoming). The growth of Australia’s very elderly population: past estimates and probabilistic forecasts. In D. Swanson (Ed), The Frontiers of Applied Demography. Springer.

Wilson, T., Charles-Edwards, E., & Bell, M. (2015). Introduction. In T. Wilson, E. Charles-Edwards, & M. Bell (Eds), Demography for Planning and Policy: Australian Case Studies. Springer.

Wilson, T. (2015). POPACTS: simplified multi-regional projection software for State, regional and local area population projections. In T.Wilson, E. Charles-Edwards & M.Bell (Eds.), Demography for Planning and Policy: Australian Case Studies. Australia: Springer.

Norman, P., Wilson, T., & Charles-Edwards, E. (2015). Relationships between population change, deprivation change and health change at SA2 level: Australia 2001-2011. In T. Wilson, E. Charles-Edwards & M. Bell (Eds.), Demography for Planning and Policy: Australian Case Studies. Australia: Springer.

Wilson, Tom. (2014). Simplifying local area population and household projections with POPART. In M. Nazrul Hoque and Lloyd B. Potter (Eds.), Emerging techniques in applied demography (pp. 25-38). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-94-017-8990-5_3.

Wilson, Tom. (2011). ‘Modelling with NEWDSS: producing State, regional and local area population projections for New South Wales’. In J. Stillwell & M. Clarke (Eds.), Population Dynamics and Projection Methods: Essays in Honour of Philip Rees (pp. 61-97). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

Harris, J., Dorling, D., Owen, D. Coombes, M., & Wilson, T. (2002). Lookup tables and new area statistics for the 1971, 1981 and 1991 Censuses. In P. Rees, D. Martin & P. Williamson (eds), The Census Data System (pp. 67-82). Chichester: John Wiley.

Wilson, T., Hollis, J., & Rees, P. (2002). Providing a population projection framework. In Universities of Newcastle and Leeds and the Greater London Authority, Development of a Migration Model (pp. 239-249). London: Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.

Journal Articles

Wilson, T. (2017). Methods for estimating sub-state international migration: the case of Australia. Spatial Demography. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s40980-017-0032-1

Wilson, T. (2017). Can international migration forecasting be improved? The case of Australia. Migration Letters 14(2): 277-291.

Wilson, T. & Taylor, A. (2016). How reliable are Indigenous population projections? Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, 19(3), 39-57.

Wilson, T. (2016). The future of Australia’s Indigenous population, 2011-61. Population Studies. DOI: 10.1080/00324728.2016.1224372 

Wilson, T. (2016). Visualising the demographic factors which shape population age structure. Demographic Research, 35(29), 867-890.

Wilson, T. (2016). Comparing alternative statistics on recent fertility trends in Australia. Journal of Population Research. DOI: 10.1007/s12546-016-9176-x

Wilson, T. (2016). Does averaging yield more accurate local and regional population forecasts? Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy. DOI: 10.1007/s12061-016-9194-2 

Wilson, T. (2016). Evaluation of alternative cohort-component models for local area population forecasts. Population Research & Policy Review, 35(2), 241-261. doi: 10.1007/s11113-015-9380-y.

Wilson, T. (2015). Short-term forecast error of Australian local government area population projections. Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 21(2), 253-275.

Wilson, T., Ueffing, P. & Bell, M. (2015). Spatially-consistent local area population estimates for Australia, 1986-2011.Journal of Population ResearchI, 32(3), 285-296. doi: 10.1007/s12546-015-9154-8.

Charles-Edwards, E., Wilson, T., & Sander, N. (2015). Visualising Australian internal and international migration flows. Regional graphic. Regional Studies, Regional Science, 2(1), 431-433. doi: 10.1080/21681376.2015.1066267.

Terblanche, W., & Wilson, T. (2015). Accuracy of nearly-extinct-cohort methods for estimating very elderly sub-national populations. International Journal of Population Research, 2015, Article ID 978186. doi: 10.1155/2015/978186.

Terblanche, W., & Wilson T. (2015). An evaluation of nearly-extinct cohort methods for estimating the very elderly populations of Australia and New Zealand. PLoS One, 10(4). doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0123692

Wilson, T. (2015). The demographic constraints on future population growth in regional Australia. Australian Geographer, 46(1), 91-111. doi: 10.1080/00049182.2014.986786

Blake, P., Denny, G., Duncan, H., Gianarakis, H., Swanston, C., Wadley, D., & Wilson T. (2014). Charting the potential for Indigenous employment in the mining industry. Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, 17(3), 21-55.

Terblanche, W., & Wilson, T. (2014). Understanding the growth of Australia’s very elderly population, 1976 to 2012. Journal of Population Ageing, 7(4), 301-322. doi: 10.1007/s12062-014-9107-6.

Wilson, T. (2014). The impact of education-related mobility on inter-regional migration age profiles in Australia. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy. doi: 10.1007/s12061-014-9124-0.

Ueffing, P., & Wilson, T. (2014). Estimating historical Total Fertility Rates for Australia and its States. Historical Methods, 47(3), 152-162. doi: 10.1080/01615440.2013.847775.

Wilson, T. (2014). New population and life expectancy estimates for the Indigenous population of Australia’s Northern Territory, 1966-2011. PLoS One, 9(5), 1-12. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0097576.

Wilson, T. (2014). New Evaluations of Simple Models for Small Area Population Forecasts. Population, Space and Race, 21(4), 335-353. doi: 10.1002/psp.1847.

Wilson, T. (2013). Quantifying the uncertainty of regional demographic forecasts. Applied Geography, 42, 108-115. doi: 10.1016/j.apgeog.2013.05.006.

Wilson, T. (2013). The sequential propensity household projection model. Demographic Research, 28(24), 681-712. doi: 10.4054/DemRes.2013.28.24.

Biddle, N., & Wilson, T. (2013). Indigenous population projections in Australia: problems and prospects. Journal of Population Research, 30(2), 101-116. doi: 10.1007/s12546-013-9104-2.

Wilson, T. (2012). The role of Australia’s extended baby boom in past and future population ageing. New Zealand Population Review, 38, 95-109.

Wilson, T. (2012). Forecast accuracy and uncertainty of Australian Bureau of Statistics state and territory population projections. International Journal of Population Research, 2012, Article ID 419824. doi: 10.1155/2012/419824

Wilson, T., & Rowe, F. (2011). The forecast accuracy of local government area population projections: a case study of Queensland. Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 17(2), 204-243.

Wilson, T., & Bell, M. (2011). Editorial: Advances in local and small-area demographic modelling. Journal of Population Research, 28(2-3), 103-107. doi: 10.1007/s12546-011-9066-1.

Bell, M., Wilson, T., & Charles-Edwards, E. (2011). Australia’s population future: probabilistic forecasts incorporating expert judgement. Geographical Research, 49(3), 261-275. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-5871.2011.00702.x.

Bell, M., Charles-Edwards, E., Wilson, T., & Cooper, J. (2010). Demographic futures for South East Queensland. Australian Planner, 47(3), 126-134. 

Wilson, T. (2010). Model migration schedules incorporating student migration peaks. Demographic Research, 23(8), 191-222.

Wilson, T. (2009). The new Intergenerational Report’s population forecast and the uncertainty of Australia’s demographic future. People and Place, 17(4), 40-46.

Wilson, T. (2009). A multistate model for projecting regional populations by Indigenous status: an application to the Northern Territory, Australia. Environment and Planning A, 41(1), 230-249.

Wilson, T. (2008). New State and Regional Population Projections for New South Wales. People and Place, 16(4), 52-62.

Wilson, T., & Barnes, T. (2007). Continuing challenges in attempting to measure the size, and changing size, of Australia’s Indigenous population. People and Place, 15(3), 12-21.

Wilson, T. (2007). The forecast accuracy of Australian Bureau of Statistics national population projections. Journal of Population Research, 24(1), 1-27.

Wilson, T., Condon, J., & Barnes, T. (2007). Improvements in Northern Territory Indigenous life expectancy, 1967-2004. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 31(2), 184-188.

Wilson, T., & Bell, M. (2007). Probabilistic regional population forecasts: the example of Queensland, Australia. Geographical Analysis, 39(1), 1-25. 

Wilson, T., & Condon, J. (2006). Indigenous population change in the Northern Territory, 1966-2031. People and Place, 14(4), 65-78. 

Wilson, T. (2005). The application of a probabilistic framework to New Zealand’s official national population projections. New Zealand Population Review, 31(1), 51-75. 

Wilson, T., Beneforti, M., & Barnes, T. (2005). Population statistics and the number of House of Representatives seats for the Northern Territory. People and Place, 13(4), 23-33.

Wilson, T., & Rees, P .(2005). Recent developments in population projection methodology: a review. Population, Space and Place, 11(5), 337-360.

Wilson, T. (2005). New United Nations World population projections. People and Place, 13(1), 14-22.

Wilson, T., & Bell, M. (2004). Comparative empirical evaluations of internal migration models in subnational population projections. Journal of Population Research, 21(2), 127-160. 

Wilson, T., & Bell, M. (2004). Australia’s uncertain demographic future. Demographic Research, 11(8), 195-234.

Wilson, T., Bell, M., Heyen, G., & Taylor, A. (2004). New population projections for Queensland and statistical divisions. People and Place, 12(1),  1-14.

Wilson, T., & Rees, P. (2003). Why Scotland needs more than just a new migration policy. Scottish Geographical Journal, 119(3),  191-208.

Ní Bhrolcháin, M., Wilson, T., & Sigle-Rushton, W. (2002). Local marriage markets in Great Britain: how diverse? Population Trends, 109, 27-35.

Wilson, T., & Rees, P. (1999). Linking 1991 population statistics to the 1998 local government geography of Great Britain. Population Trends, 97, 37-45.

Wilson, T., & Stillwell, J. (1998) Population estimates for Yorkshire and the Humber’s new local authority areas. The Regional Review, 8, 17-19.

Research Reports

Wilson, T. (2017). Territory Population Update: New Population Statistics for March 2017. Northern Institute, Charles Darwin University, Darwin.

Wilson, T. (2017). Territory Population Update: New Population Statistics for December 2016. Northern Institute, Charles Darwin University, Darwin.

Wilson, T. (2017). A checklist for reviewing draft population projections. Northern Institute, Charles Darwin University, Darwin.

Taylor, A., & Wilson, T. (2016). Current Population Issues in the Northern Territory. Research Brief 2016/06. Darwin, NT: Northern Institute, Charles Darwin University.

Wilson, T. (2016). Northern Territory population futures. Working Paper 2016/01. Darwin, NT: Northern Institute, Charles Darwin University.

Wilson, T., & Taylor, A. (2016). How reliable are Indigenous population projections? Research Brief 2016/05. Darwin, NT: Northern Institute, Charles Darwin University.

Cooper, J., Ueffing, P., & Wilson, T. (2015). An overview of household change in Queensland, 2006-11. Report to the Queensland Government Statistician’s Office. Queensland Centre for Population Research, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Wilson, T., & Cooper, J. (2014) Checklist for reviewing draft population projections. Technical note. Queensland Centre for Population Research, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Wilson, T. (2014). Empirical assessment of simple models for producing SA2 area population projections in New South Wales. Working Paper. Queensland Centre for Population Research, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Wilson, T. (2014). A method for creating ERP-consistent household estimates from ABS census data. Working paper. Queensland Centre for Population Research, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Wilson, T. (2014). Mathematical description of the population projection models in POPACTS. Technical Paper. Queensland Centre for Population Research, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Wilson, T., & Cooper, J. (2013). Overview of the new Queensland demographic projection systems. Research note. Queensland Centre for Population Research, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Wilson, T. (2012). Which models are best for projecting non-metropolitan SA2 total populations? Report to the Office of Economic and Statistical Research. Queensland Centre for Population Research, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Wilson, T. (2011). A Review of Sub-Regional Population Projection Methods. Report to the Office of Economic and Statistical Research. Queensland Centre for Population Research, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Wilson, T., Charles-Edwards, E., & Bell, M. (2011) Australia’s Future Net Overseas Migration: A Survey of Experts. Queensland Centre for Population Research, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Bell, M., Charles-Edwards, E., & Wilson, T. (2010). Capping population growth in South East Queensland. Discussion Paper, Queensland Centre for Population Research, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

NSW Department of Planning (Tom Wilson, Angelique Parr, Alan Jenner and Shane Nugent). (2009). New South Wales Statistical Local Area Population Projections, 2006-2036: 2008 Release. Sydney: Department of Planning.

NSW Department of Planning (Tom Wilson and Angelique Parr). (2008). New South Wales State and Regional Population Projections, 2006-2036: 2008 Release. Sydney: Department of Planning.

NSW Department of Planning (Tom Wilson and Alan Jenner). (2008). New South Wales Household and Dwelling Projections, 2006-2036: 2008 Release. Sydney: Department of Planning.

Wilson, T., Rees, P., & Poot, J. (2008). Migration and the labour force. Unpublished book chapter.

Wilson, T., & Moye, R. (2007). Territory Mobility Survey: Preliminary Results. Research brief. School for Social and Policy Research, Charles Darwin University, Darwin.

Wilson, T. (2007). Indigenous population change in the Northern Territory, 1966-2031. Research brief for Wilson and Condon, 2006. School for Social and Policy Research, Charles Darwin University, Darwin.

Wilson, T., & Barnes, T. (2006). The spatial patterns of Northern Territory non-indigenous internal migration, 1996-2001. Working Paper, School for Social and Policy Research, Charles Darwin University, Darwin.

Wilson, T. (2005). Queensland State and regional household projections 2001-26: method and results. Research note, Queensland Centre for Population Research, School of Geography, Planning and Architecture, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Wilson, T. (2004). The application of a probabilistic framework to New Zealand’s official national population projections. QCPR Discussion Paper 2004/02, School of Geography, Planning and Architecture, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Wilson, T., & Bell, M. (2003). Subnational probabilistic population forecasts: the example of Australia. Discussion Paper 2003/06, School of Geography, Planning and Architecture, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Wilson, T., &  Bell, M. (2003). Australia’s uncertain demographic future. QCPR Discussion Paper 2003/04, School of Geography, Planning and Architecture, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Wilson, T., & Rees, P. (2003). Why Scotland needs more than just a migration policy. QCPR Discussion Paper 2003/01, School of Geography, Planning and Architecture, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Wilson, T., & Bell, M. (2002). Experiments with different internal migration models in subnational population projections. QCPR Discussion Paper 2002/02, School of Geography, Planning and Architecture, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Wilson, T. (2001). A new subnational population projection model for the United Kingdom. PhD thesis, School of Geography, University of Leeds.

Rees, P., Kupiszewski, M., Eyre, H., Wilson, T., & Durham, H. (1999). The evaluation of regional population projections for the European Union. Final Report, ERDF Study 97/00/74/018.

Wilson, T., & Rees, P. (1998). Look-up tables to link 1991 population statistics to the 1998 local government areas. Working paper 98/05, School of Geography, University of Leeds, Leeds.

Invited Presentations

  • The demographic transition of Australia’s Indigenous population. University of Leeds seminar, Leeds, April 2016.
  • Improving Indigenous population projections. Northern Institute seminar, CDU, Darwin, July 2015.
  • Australia’s future population geography. Australian Population Association seminar, Sydney, June 2014.
  • New population and life expectancy estimates for the Northern Territory’s Indigenous population, 1966-2011’. Seminar at CAEPR, ANU, April 2014.
  • Household projection models. Invited presentation at the Australia-New Zealand Population Workshop, Sydney, December 2013.
  • The sequential propensity household projection model. Seminar for the Queensland Government, March 2012
  • An investigation of alternative cohort-component models for local area population projections. Seminar for the Queensland Government, May 2012
  • Which models are best for projecting non-metropolitan SA2 total populations? Seminar for the Queensland Government,, August 2012
  • Invited presentation at the Population Estimation and Forecasting Workshop, Leeds University, July 2011
  • Invited seminar at the Vienna Institute of Demography, July 2011
  • Australia’s very elderly population: past growth and probabilistic projections. Invited presentation at the Demography and Longevity workshop, UNSW, July 2011
  • Invited presentation on South East Queensland’s future population at the UQ Business School Property Conference, Customs House, July 2011
  • The demographic story of Australia’s baby boomers. Invited presentation at the Manning Clark House Day of Ideas, University of WA, Perth, October 2011
  • Probabilistic population projections for Australia incorporating expert-based migration assumptions. Plenary presentation, Australian Population Association conference, Gold Coast, December 2010
  • Australia’s future demography. Keynote presentation at the Australia-New Zealand Population Workshop, Darwin, September 2010

Software and computer programs

2014POPULATES: Population Projections for Ultra-small Locations & Areas of a Territory/State. SA1 area population projection model. Created for the Queensland Government.
2013HOUSEPRO: Household Projections. Implements my sequential propensity household projection model for a State, large regions and local government areas. Created for the NSW Government.
2013POPACTS: Population Projections for rural Areas, Cities and Towns of a State. Multiregional 5 year age group population projection system for the State, regions and LGAs, for the NSW Government.
2013POPSAS: Population Projections for Small Areas of the State. SA2 level population projection model for the Queensland Government.
2011PROBREG: Probabilistic Projections for a Region. Probabilistic population projection program for a subnational region.
2010POPCORN: Population Projections for a Country’s Regions Simplified user-friendly multiregional population projection system with low data input requirements. Used by postgraduate students.
2010PROBPOP: Probabilistic Population Projections Probabilistic population projection program for a country.
2010SPMMS: Student Peak Model Migration Schedule fitting routine Excel workbook which fits a parameterised model migration schedule.
2010 - 2014POPART: Population Projections for an Area, Region or Town User-friendly Excel-based bi-regional population and household projection model. Finalist in the UQ 2010 Trailblazer competition. Used for teaching GEOG3205/7000 ‘Applied Demography’. Minor updates in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014.
2008NEWDSS: New South Wales Demographic Simulation System Multiregional population projection system to produce State, regional and Statistical Local Area projections for New South Wales. Used by the NSW Government.
2006NTPOP: Northern Territory Population Projection Model Multistate population projection model to produce projections by Indigenous status for the Northern Territory. Used by the NT Government.
2003 - 2012POPSTAR: Population Projections for a State/Territory and its Regions Multiregional population projection system which produces population projections by region, sex and single years of age for up to 50 years ahead. Major revision in 2012-13. Used by the Queensland Government.

Professional Positions, Memberships & Awards

Professional Positions

2016Member of the ABS Population and Social Statistics Advisory Group
2014PhD examiner for Macquarie University
2013PhD examiner for Macquarie University
2011Member of the Scientific Review Board of Demographic Research
2011Guest editor (with M. Bell) of the Journal of Population Research special issue on small area population projections
2010 - 2014Co-editor of the Australian Population Association newsletter, Demoz
2008Co-chair of the Australian Population Association 2008 Conference Organising Committee
2005 - 2007Associate Editor of the Journal of Population Research
2001Internal PhD examiner, Southampton University

Memberships

2010Member, International Institute of Forecasters
2001Member, Australian Population Association

Awards

2010UniQuest Trailblazer 2010 finalist for the POPART projection model
2008Professional Excellence award 2008, Metropolitan Planning division, New South Wales Department of Planning

Peer Reviewer

  • Applied Population and Policy
  • Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health
  • Demographic Research
  • Environment and Planning A
  • European Journal of Population
  • International Journal of Forecasting
  • International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology
  • Journal of Population Research
  • Population Research and Policy Review
  • Population Studies
  • Population and Environment
  • Population, Space and Place
  • Science
  • The Geographical Journal
  • The Rangelands Journal
  • Statistics New Zealand’s research paper series

Higher Degree by Research (HDR) Supervision

Principal Supervision

  • James Thurmer

Associate Supervision

  • Angelique Parr (University of Queensland)
Tom Wilson

Contacts

T: +61 0423 342 745
E: Tom.Wilson@cdu.edu.au

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