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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 43 in total

Current search: 'Media' and '2019'

  1. A bad deal for early-career researchers

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

  2. Women less likely to progress at work following childbirth, new research suggests

    Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, and Alina Pelikh

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

    Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, and Alina Pelikh

  4. Becoming a mother makes career progression harder

    Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, and Alina Pelikh

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

    Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, and Alina Pelikh

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

    Magda Borkowska and Alina Pelikh

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

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

  9. Experience versus salary

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

  10. The case for universal infant free school meals

    Angus Holford

  11. Inequality in the OECD is at a record high – and society is suffering as a result

    Mike Brewer and Claudia Samano Robles

  12. The rich v the rest: a rare peep at the finances of Britain’s 0.01%

    Mike Brewer and Claudia Samano Robles

  13. Five reasons inequality is among the most pressing issues of our times

    Mike Brewer and Claudia Samano Robles

  14. Almost two million adults will be £1,000 a year worse off under Universal Credit

    Mike Brewer, Robert Joyce, Tom Waters, et al.

  15. Universal credit to see 1.9 million people lose more than £1,000 per year, IFS finds

    Mike Brewer, Robert Joyce, Tom Waters, et al.

  16. Millions of claimants ‘will be poorer under universal credit’

    Mike Brewer, Robert Joyce, Tom Waters, et al.

  17. Almost 2m people will lose £1,000 a year with universal credit – study

    Mike Brewer, Robert Joyce, Tom Waters, et al.

  18. Universal Credit set to leave 1.9million people worse off by £1,000 a year

    Mike Brewer, Robert Joyce, Tom Waters, et al.

  19. Personalized health care and artificial intelligence could improve your life—at the cost of your privacy

    Apostolos Davillas

  20. British amateur sports clubs cry foul as new visa rules hit home

  21. Prognosis for GM closing based on my parent’s unemployment

    Bernhard Schmidpeter

  22. COPD Genome-Wide Association Study reveals numerous risk variants

  23. Clues behind why smokers and non-smokers develop COPD

  24. New clues as to why non-smokers, as well as smokers, develop COPD

  25. New clues about why non-smokers, as well as smokers, develop chronic lung disease revealed

  26. New clues about why non-smokers, as well as smokers, develop chronic lung disease revealed

  27. Study provides vital clues to why some people have higher COPD risk than others

  28. Low Pay Commission publishes research on the effects of the minimum wage on employment and automation

    Silvia Avram and Susan Harkness

  29. Working mothers disproportionately more stressed, study claims

    Tarani Chandola, Cara L. Booker, Meena Kumari, et al.

  30. Full-time working mothers are 40% more stressed, study finds

    Tarani Chandola, Cara L. Booker, Meena Kumari, et al.


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