Seven ISER researchers present new findings from studies of income distribution, poverty dynamics and methods of measurement at the IARIW Conference in Dresden
ISER’s Professor Meena Kumari leads the University of Essex’s input in the new Centre which aims to create the next generation of multi-disciplinary researchers, with skills in both social and biological sciences.
Our annual review explores some of our current research projects such as the impact of racial harassment on health, wellbeing in young people, incentives to work, microsimulation in developing countries and poverty for older disabled people.
BBC Radio 4 programme Down the Generations explores the longer term impact of the malnutrition of expectant mothers on the health and life outcomes of their babies with an interview with ISER’s Professor Sonia Bhalotra
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