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David Manley
David Manley
Professor of Human Geography. Research interests: quantitative urban geography & inequalities
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Confounding and collinearity in regression analysis: a cautionary tale and an alternative procedure, illustrated by studies of British voting behaviour
R Johnston, K Jones, D Manley
Quality & quantity 52, 1957-1976, 2018
9032018
Neighbourhood Effects Research: New Perspectives
M van Ham, D Manley, N Bailey, L Simpson, D Maclennan
Neighbourhood Effects Research: New Perspectives, 2012
5002012
Neighbourhood effects on health: does it matter where you draw the boundaries?
R Flowerdew, DJ Manley, CE Sabel
Social Science & Medicine 66 (6), 1241-1255, 2008
4152008
Intergenerational transmission of neighbourhood poverty: an analysis of neighbourhood histories of individuals
M Van Ham, L Hedman, D Manley, R Coulter, J Östh
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 39 (3), 402-417, 2014
233*2014
The effect of neighbourhood housing tenure mix on labour market outcomes: a longitudinal investigation of neighbourhood effects
M Van Ham, D Manley
Journal of Economic Geography 10 (2), 257, 2010
2232010
Neighbourhood effects at a crossroads: Ten challenges for future research
M Van Ham, D Manley
Environment and Planning A 44 (12), 2787 - 2793, 2012
179*2012
Neighbourhood choice and neighbourhood reproduction
L Hedman, M Van Ham, D Manley
Environment and Planning A 43 (6), 1381-1399, 2011
1752011
Cumulative exposure to disadvantage and the intergenerational transmission of neighbourhood effects
L Hedman, D Manley, M Van Ham, J Östh
Journal of Economic Geography 15 (1), 195-215, 2015
1662015
Mixing housing tenures: Is it good for social well-being?
E Graham, D Manley, R Hiscock, P Boyle, J Doherty
Urban studies 46 (1), 139-165, 2009
1572009
Social mixing as a cure for negative neighbourhood effects: Evidence based policy or urban myth?
D Manley, M van Ham, J Doherty
Mixed communities Gentrification by stealth?, 151 - 168, 2011
1552011
Genetic and environmental risk factors associated with trajectories of depression symptoms from adolescence to young adulthood
ASF Kwong, JA López-López, G Hammerton, D Manley, NJ Timpson, ...
JAMA Network Open 2 (6), e196587-e196587, 2019
1472019
Understanding neighbourhood dynamics: New insights for neighbourhood effects research
M Van Ham, D Manley, N Bailey, L Simpson, D Maclennan
Understanding neighbourhood dynamics: New insights for neighbourhood effects …, 2013
1392013
Scales, levels and processes: studying spatial patterns of British census variables
D Manley, R Flowerdew, D Steel
Computers, environment and urban systems 30 (2), 143-160, 2006
1362006
Identifying critical points of trajectories of depressive symptoms from childhood to young adulthood
ASF Kwong, D Manley, NJ Timpson, RM Pearson, J Heron, H Sallis, ...
Journal of youth and adolescence 48, 815-827, 2019
1312019
Ethnic residential segregation: A multilevel, multigroup, multiscale approach exemplified by London in 2011
K Jones, R Johnston, D Manley, D Owen, C Charlton
Demography 52 (6), 1995-2019, 2015
1162015
Residential mobility: Towards progress in mobility health research
T Morris, D Manley, CE Sabel
Progress in human geography 42 (1), 112-133, 2018
1112018
Scale, aggregation, and the modifiable areal unit problem
D Manley
Handbook of regional science, 1711-1725, 2021
1072021
East versus West? Over-qualification and earnings among the UK's European migrants
R Johnston, N Khattab, D Manley
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41 (2), 196-218, 2015
1072015
Spatial polarization of presidential voting in the United States, 1992–2012: the “big sort” revisited
R Johnston, D Manley, K Jones
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 106 (5), 1047-1062, 2016
1042016
Neighbourhood effects or neighbourhood based problems? A policy context
D Manley, M Van Ham, N Bailey, L Simpson, D Maclennan
Neighbourhood effects or neighbourhood based problems? A policy context, 1-23, 2013
892013
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