The pioneering project will follow this year’s cohort of Freshers at the University of Essex through the next three years - tracking their ambitions, achievements and attitudes as they move towards graduation.
ISER researchers outline new studies which show UK job polarisation is not so clear cut and that the rise in graduate numbers might be boosting jobs with higher skill levels
Keynote speakers - Michael Keane (Oxford) Time Use and Early Childhood Development in the Young Lives, and Kjell Salvanes (Norwegian Business School) Long-Term Consequences of Access to Well-child Visits
New research from the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change (MiSoC) presented by Mike Brewer, Stephen Pudney and Stephen Jenkins, and discussed by experts from government departments, thinktanks and the third sector
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