Interdisciplinary social scientist Dr Gundi Knies, social epidemiologist Dr Cara Booker and survey methodologist Professor Peter Lynn, join the international research team implementing the first Europe-wide longitudinal study to track the wellbeing of children aged 0-25
The Women’s Budget Group and our Centre for Microsimulation and Policy Analysis host an online discussion event on 30 April on Basic Income & UKMOD – Modelling Trade-Offs.
How families are changing - the impact of the pandemic, insecure work, different family structures, providing care and gender equalities - new research from the UK Household Longitudinal Study led by ISER
Online event on April 15-16 with 11 presentations and a panel discussion on future research priorities and opportunities for impact
Emotional and behavioural problems increased significantly after the first round of school closures - prompting fears that the latest school closures will have caused further damage
New research by our Centre for Microsimulation and Policy Analysis for the Greater London Authority finds prolonging the £20 a week uplift in Universal Credit and Working Tax credit would keep 780,000 people out of poverty this year