Dr Apostolos Davillas suggests new methods for modelling biomarkers and highlights their importance and potential for investigating socio-economic inequalities in health research
A new study by Professor Sonia Bhalotra finds a surprising result of female empowerment as death in childbirth rates drop by over 10 per cent, vital policy evidence for countries yet to introduce gender quotas and for the UN’s ambitious Sustainable Development Goals.
Dr Alita Nandi speaks about her new research on ethnic and racial harassment and mental health: resilience factors and ripple effects
Health Poverty Action calls for the legalisation and taxation of cannabis using evidence from our 2013 cost benefit analysis
New study finds problem on a ‘massive scale’ and defines a new comparative measure of housing precariousness for Europe using secondary data
New 2018 European Semester recommendations build on country-specific analysis supported by ISER’s tax benefit microsimulation model, EUROMOD
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