Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society)
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Edited By: H. Goldstein and L. Sharples
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Guest edited by Arnaud Chevalier and Antony Fielding
173:4 Modelling Migration Flows
Guest edited by James Raymer and Peter W. F. Smith
172:3 Recent Advances in Multilevel Modelling Methodology and Applications
Guest edited by William J. Browne and Fiona Steele
170:2 Census present and future
Guest edited by D. J. Martin
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