ISER recognised for ‘authoritative social and economic research to inform government policies and improve people’s lives’
United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research, the EUROMOD team at the Institute for Social and Economic Research and the Instituto de Altos Estudios Nacionales invite researchers to submit papers for an international conference on 5-6 July 2018 in Quito, Ecuador.
Research from the Institute for Social and Economic Research, Essex Business School and the Department of Economics to be presented at the prestigious annual conference.
New study co-authored by Professor Emily Grundy analysed longitudinal data from people aged over 50 and their partners in 17 European countries from 2007-2015
Professor Emily Grundy presented new research findings to policy makers and stakeholders at discussion event on the future needs young generations may face in terms of family formation and ageing
ISER’s Professor Peter Lynn and Dr Gundi Knies join team of experts designing new survey of children and young people
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