A large team of researchers will present findings from 11 of our latest methodological studies to over 900 international experts in surveys, commissioners and policy makers.
Older disabled people face a gap between the true costs of their care, and the disability benefits and publicly funded social care they receive, especially at high levels of disability
ISER’s Professor of Survey Methodology is elected to prestigious international post to promote the study and development of the theory and practice of sample surveys and censuses.
A new study, funded by the Directorate General for Justice at the European Commission, examines work disincentives for secondary earners in Europe created by formal tax-benefit policies and implicit taxes such as out-of-pocket childcare costs.
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