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ISER has an enviable publications record in top academic journals and regularly presents its work at key conferences and policy events in the UK and around the world. It is also frequently commissioned to produce reports and papers for Government Departments, think tanks, charities and businesses and its important work is frequently featured in the media. You can search all of ISER’s outputs including by area of interest and author.

Displaying Publications 1 - 30 of 7466 in total

  1. Social isolation and memory decline in later-life

    Sanna Read, Adelina Comas-Herrera, and Emily Grundy

    1. Older People
    2. Psychology
    3. Social Exclusion
    4. Well Being
    5. Health
  2. The association between parity, CVD mortality and CVD risk factors among Norwegian women and men

    Øystein Kravdal, Aage Tverdal, and Emily Grundy

    1. Households
    2. Childbearing: Fertility
    3. Health
    4. Life Course Analysis
  3. Integrated Data: Research Potential and Data Quality

    Michaela Benzeval, Christopher R. Bollinger, Jonathan Burton, et al.

  4. Understanding and reducing income reporting error in household surveys

    Jonathan Burton, Thomas F. Crossley, Paul Fisher, et al.

  5. Work–family lifecourses and later-life health in the United Kingdom

    Marco Tosi and Emily Grundy

    1. Older People
    2. Social Networks
    3. Labour Market
    4. Well Being
    5. Health
    6. Life Course Analysis
    7. Social Stratification
    8. Sociology Of Households
  6. Systematic underestimation of the epigenetic clock and age acceleration in older subjects

    Louis Y. El Khoury, Tyler Gorrie-Stone, Melissa Smart, et al.

    1. Older People
    2. Life Course Analysis
    3. Biology
    4. Genetics
  7. Educational attainment and allostatic load in later life: evidence using genetic markers

    Xuejie Ding, Nicola Barban, and Melinda C. Mills

    1. Education
    2. Health
    3. Life Course Analysis
    4. Genetics
  8. Birth cohorts in Understanding Society: a description

    Alina Pelikh

  9. Enhancing data around early life in Understanding Society: scientific opportunities and considerations

    Michaela Benzeval

  10. Improving population and sub-group coverage: who is missing and what can be done about it?

    Magda Borkowska

  11. The tax structure of an economy in crisis: Greece 2009-2017

    Chrysa Leventi and Fidel Picos

  12. Event-triggered data collection

    Annette Jäckle, Jonathan Burton, and Mick P. Couper

  13. The fiscal and equity impact of social tax expenditures in the EU

    Salvador Barrios, Flavia Coda Moscarola, Francesco Figari, et al.

  14. Childcare availability and maternal labour supply in Russia

    Yuliya Kazakova

    1. Area Effects
    2. Geography
    3. Labour Market
    4. Households
    5. Public Policy
    6. Childbearing: Fertility
    7. Caregiving
  15. Work incentives at the extensive and intensive margin in Europe: the role of taxes, benefits and population characteristics

    Holguer Xavier Jara Tamayo, Katrin Gasior, and Mattia Makovec

  16. A bad deal for early-career researchers

    Auriel M.V. Fournier, Angus Holford, Alexander L. Bond, et al.

  17. The contribution of proportional taxes and tax-free cash benefits to income redistribution over the period 2005-2018: Evidence from Italy

    Stefano Boscolo

  18. Local unemployment changes the springboard effect of low pay: evidence from England

    Alexander Plum and Gundi Knies

    1. Area Effects
    2. Regional Economics
    3. Geography
    4. Labour Market
    5. Unemployment
    6. Wages And Earnings
  19. Market concentration, supply, quality and prices paid by local authorities in the English care home market

    Ferran Espuny Pujol, Ruth Hancock, Morten Hviid, et al.

    1. Older People
    2. Economics
    3. Health
  20. Phenome-wide association analysis of LDL-cholesterol lowering genetic variants in PCSK9

    Amand F. Schmidt, Michael V. Holmes, David Preiss, et al.

    1. Health
    2. Biology
    3. Genetics
  21. Women less likely to progress at work following childbirth, new research suggests

    Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, and Alina Pelikh

  22. Women less likely to progress at work than male colleagues after childbirth

    Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, and Alina Pelikh

  23. Becoming a mother makes career progression harder

    Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, and Alina Pelikh

  24. Women 'less likely to progress at work' than their male counterparts following childbirth

    Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, and Alina Pelikh

  25. Expensive childcare is making it harder for women to return to work

    Magda Borkowska and Alina Pelikh

  26. Supporting new mothers to work is key to the future of gender equality

  27. Charity calls for free childcare so parents can return to work

  28. Does repeated measurement improve income data quality?

    Paul Fisher

    1. Economics
    2. Survey Methodology
    3. Income Dynamics
  29. The relationship between cognitive decline and a genetic predictor of educational attainment

    Xuejie Ding, Nicola Barban, Felix C. Tropf, et al.

    1. Older People
    2. Psychology
    3. Education
    4. Life Course Analysis
    5. Genetics
  30. What influences mothers’ decisions about returning to work after having a baby? Understanding the role of childcare in returning to employment – an Understanding Society and Coram Family and Childcare briefing

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    1. Area Effects
    2. Social Networks
    3. Geography
    4. Labour Market
    5. Households
    6. Childbearing: Fertility
    7. Household Economics
    8. Life Course Analysis
    9. Sociology Of Households
    10. Caregiving

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