New spin-off models based on EUROMOD, our tax-benefit microsimulation model developed at Essex, are informing effective policies to combat poverty in developing countries
New briefing by Professor of Public Policy, Susan Harkness, shows that changes in female employment have helped to mitigate the trend of rising income inequality, but in families where the mother is the sole breadwinner the risk of poverty is high
The review provides an insight into some of our new research, including the impacts of both racial harassment and housing on mental health, university drop-out rates, gaps in UK pay and infertility and genetics.
ISER’s world-leading UK Household Longitudinal Study awarded new funding from the Economic and Social Research Council
Bringing together researchers from around the world involved in the design, implementation and analysis of longitudinal surveys, to share methodological research findings
A record number of new Doctors from ISER’s PhD programme graduating today at the University of Essex
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