Dr Tom Wilson
|Dr Tom Wilson|
Senior Research Fellow
- 2001, PhD in Geography, Leeds University
- 1998, MA in Human Geography, Sussex University
- 1996, BA (Hons) in Geography, Leeds University
- Population projection modelling, especially multistate and probabilistic methods
- Household trends and projections
- Migration analysis
- Demographic estimation techniques
- State and local demographic trends
Principal supervision of PhD students
Associate supervision of PhD students
Wilson T (2013) The sequential propensity household projection model. Demographic Research 28(24): 681-712.
Biddle N and Wilson T (2013) Indigenous population projections in Australia: problems and prospects. Forthcoming in the Journal of Population Research
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. Volume 2012.
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 and 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 and Bell M (2011) Editorial: Advances in local and small-area demographic modelling. Journal of Population Research 28.1-2: 103-107.
Bell M, Wilson T and Charles-Edwards E (2011) Australia’s population future: probabilistic forecasts incorporating expert judgement. Geographical Research 49.3: 261-275.
Wilson T (2011) ‘Modelling with NEWDSS: producing State, regional and local area population projections for New South Wales’. Chapter 4 in Stillwell J and Clarke M (eds) Population Dynamics and Projection Methods: Essays in Honour of Philip Rees. Springer, Dordrecht; 61-97.
Wilson T (2010) 'Model migration schedules incorporating student migration peaks'. Demographic Research 23.8: 191-222.
Bell M, Charles-Edwards E, Wilson T and Cooper J (2010) 'Demographic futures for South East Queensland'. Australian Planner 47.3: 126-134.
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 (2007) 'The forecast accuracy of Australian Bureau of Statistics national population projections', Journal of Population Research 24.1: 1-27.
Wilson T and 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 and Bell M (2007) 'Probabilistic Regional Population Forecasts: The Example of Queensland, Australia' Geographical Analysis 39.1: 1-25.
Wilson T, Condon J and 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 and Condon J (2006) 'Indigenous population change in the Northern Territory, 1966-2031.' People and Place 14.4: 65-78.
Wilson T (2005) 'New United Nations World population projections'. People and Place 13.1: 14-22.
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 and Rees, P (2005) 'Recent developments in population projection methodology: a review'. Population, Space and Place 11.5: 337-360.
Wilson T, Beneforti M and 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 and Bell M (2004) 'Australia’s uncertain demographic future'. Demographic Research 11-8. http://www.demographic-research.org
Wilson T and 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, Heyen G and Taylor A (2004) 'New population projections for Queensland and statistical divisions'. People and Place 12.1: 1-14.
Wilson T and Rees P (2003) 'Why Scotland needs more than just a new migration policy'. Scottish Geographical Journal 119.3: 191-208.
Harris J, Dorling D, Owen D, Coombes M and Wilson T (2002) 'Lookup tables and new area statistics for the 1971, 1981 and 1991 Censuses'. Chapter 5 in Rees, P., Martin, D. and Williamson, P. (eds) The Census Data System. Chichester: John Wiley; 67-82.
Ní Bhrolcháin M, Wilson T and Sigle-Rushton W (2002) 'Local marriage markets in Great Britain: how diverse?' Population Trends 109: 27-35.
Wilson T, Hollis J and Rees P (2002) 'Providing a population projection framework'. Appendix 8 in Universities of Newcastle and Leeds and the Greater London Authority (2002) Development of a Migration Model. London: Office of the Deputy Prime Minister; 239-249.
Rees P, Kupiszewski M, Eyre H Wilson T and Durham H (1999) 'The evaluation of regional population projections for the European Union'. Eurostat Working Paper 3/2001/E/no.9.
Wilson T and Rees P (1999) 'Linking 1991 population statistics to the 1998 local government geography of Great Britain'. Population Trends 97: 37-45.
Last updated: May 10, 2013