Arkadiusz Wiśniowski joined Social Statistics Department, University of Manchester, in August 2015. He co-leads the Statistical Modelling Research Group at the Cathie Marsh Institute. He is also an adjunct associate professor at the Asian Demographic Research Institute (ADRI), University of Shanghai.
Previously, he worked as a Research Fellow at the ESRC Centre for Population Change and Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute (University of Southampton), Researcher at the Central European Forum for Migration and Population Research (Polish Academy of Sciences and International Organisation for Migration) and Teaching and Research Assistant at the Department of Applied Econometrics (Warsaw School of Economics). He was also a Visiting Fellow at the School of Demography, Australian National University.
He works on developing statistical methods for modelling and forecasting complex social processes, with a particular focus on migration and mobility, and combining traditional and new forms of data. He also has a general interest in time series analysis and forecasting, hierarchical models, Bayesian computational methods, survey methods, opinion polls and ageing.
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