Francisco Rowe
Francisco Rowe
Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Human Geography, University of Liverpool
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To travel or not to travel:‘Weather’is the question. Modelling the effect of local weather conditions on bus ridership
S Tao, J Corcoran, F Rowe, M Hickman
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 86, 147-167, 2018
602018
Social determinants of multimorbidity and multiple functional limitations among the ageing population of England, 2002–2015
L Singer, M Green, F Rowe, Y Ben-Shlomo, K Morrissey
SSM-population health 8, 100413, 2019
462019
Contact-tracing apps and alienation in the age of COVID-19
F Rowe, O Ngwenyama, JL Richet
European Journal of Information Systems 29 (5), 545-562, 2020
382020
How is internal migration reshaping metropolitan populations in Latin America? A new method and new evidence
J Rodríguez-Vignoli, F Rowe
Population Studies 72 (2), 253-273, 2018
372018
Where are the overseas graduates staying on? Overseas graduate migration and rural attachment in Australia
AZR Tang, F Rowe, J Corcoran, T Sigler
Applied geography 53, 66-76, 2014
372014
The forecast accuracy of local government area population projections: a case study of Queensland
T Wilson, F Rowe
Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, The 17 (2), 204-243, 2011
362011
Comparing internal migration across the countries of Latin America: A multidimensional approach
A Bernard, F Rowe, M Bell, P Ueffing, E Charles-Edwards
PLoS One 12 (3), e0173895, 2017
322017
An evolutionary approach to the delimitation of labour market areas: an empirical application for Chile
JM Casado-Díaz, L Martínez-Bernabéu, F Rowe
Spatial economic analysis 12 (4), 379-403, 2017
262017
Differences in attitudes towards immigration between Australia and Germany: The role of immigration policy
P Ueffing, F Rowe, CH Mulder
Comparative Population Studies 40 (4), 2015
252015
Special issue on youth and graduate migration
A Faggian, J Corcoran, F Rowe
The Annals of Regional Science 59 (3), 571-575, 2017
232017
Data Resource Profile: COVerAGE-DB: a global demographic database of COVID-19 cases and deaths
T Riffe, JM Acosta, E, Aburto, D Alburez-Gutierrez, A Altová, A Alustiza, ...
International Journal of Epidemiology 50 (2), 390-390f, 2021
21*2021
A hierarchical urban forest index using street-level imagery and deep learning
P Stubbings, J Peskett, F Rowe, D Arribas-Bel
Remote Sensing 11 (12), 1395, 2019
212019
Mobility patterns of overseas human capital in Australia: the role of a ‘new’graduate visa scheme and rural development policy
F Rowe, J Corcoran, A Faggian
Australian Geographer 44 (2), 177-195, 2013
212013
The returns to migration and human capital accumulation pathways: non-metropolitan youth in the school-to-work transition
F Rowe, J Corcoran, M Bell
The Annals of Regional Science 59 (3), 819-845, 2017
182017
Evaluating the effects of Australian policy changes on human capital: the role of a graduate visa scheme
A Faggian, J Corcoran, F Rowe
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 34 (1), 151-170, 2016
18*2016
Impact of internal migration on population redistribution in Europe: Urbanisation, counterurbanisation or spatial equilibrium?
F Rowe, M Bell, A Bernard, E Charles-Edwards, P Ueffing
Comparative Population Studies, 2019
17*2019
Insights from the evaluation of past local area population forecasts
T Wilson, H Brokensha, F Rowe, L Simpson
Population Research and Policy Review 37 (1), 137-155, 2018
162018
The occupational trajectories and outcomes of forced migrants in Sweden. Entrepreneurship, employment or persistent inactivity?
M Backman, E Lopez, F Rowe
Small Business Economics 56 (3), 963-983, 2021
14*2021
Spatial labour mobility in a transition economy: Migration and commuting in Chile
F Rowe
142013
The drivers of long-distance commuting in Chile: The role of spatial distribution of economic activities and population
F Rowe, M Bell
Regional science perspectives on population change and impacts in Asia and …, 2018
13*2018
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