UK Government commissioned a series of academic evidence reviews on family friendly policies and women’s progression as part of the Workplace and Gender Equality Research Programme.
New study by ISER’s Dr Alina Pelikh and Dr Magda Borkowska finds women who lived in the top 25% most expensive areas of the UK for childcare costs were significantly less likely to take up part-time work compared to women who lived in areas with cheaper childcare
ISER’s Dr Kakia Chatsiou to host this lively public discussion at free event at Senate House Library, London, as part of the ESRC’s Festival of Social Science on 8th November
Professor Mike Brewer among the speakers at ISER’s open event with the Institute for Fiscal Studies in London on 5th November as part of the ESRC’s Festival of Social Science
New study using innovative biological markers in blood samples to track stress levels finds a connection between renting and poor health
The first version of UKMOD, a transparent, free-to-access tax and benefit microsimulation model, is released by the Institute of Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex today
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