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Launching UKMOD Explore - policy-testing tool created by our Centre for Microsimulation and Policy Analysis

New web-based microsimulation model for testing UK tax and benefits reforms

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Transforming social policies: bridgeheads for change - two online open events with the British Academy

Professor Sir John Curtice among the speakers at two events discussing two new reports from the British Academy using data from Understanding Society. As the UK emerges from the pandemic, how can it create a new economic, social and health dynamic and equilibrium?

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Cuts to housing benefits led to 75,000 more overcrowded households during the pandemic

Dr Amy Clair’s new analysis of the government policy and the implications of overcrowding on health during the COVID pandemic

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Little inequality in homeschool provision and engagement - other factors may cause achievement gaps

Lockdown closures: schools’ improved homeschooling provision led to increased time engagement from students and parents, according to a new COVID 19 Rapid Response research report published by ISER

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ISER experts review Higher Education Statistics Agency's Graduate Outcomes survey data

HESA commissioned ISER to conduct an expert review of the UK-wide survey of recent graduates

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Expert meeting on nowcasting and mid-term projections through microsimulation models

Our Centre for MIcrosimulation and Policy Analysis hosts InGRID event for academics and researchers in supra-national and international organisations and data providers, in the wake of the Covid-19 employment shock and related government support policies

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