Bozena Wielgoszewska, Research Fellow at the Social Research Institute, University College London and previously a UK Data Service Data Impact Fellow, discusses the gender furlough gap.
Data Impact blog
Category: Employment, Pay and Pensions
In this post Matthew Johnson and Elliott Johnson from Northumbria University introduce our latest impact case study, which draws together the work of the Health Case for Basic Income research group.
In this post Chris Dawson, Associate Professor at the University of Bath, shares his research on the differences between men and women when it comes to risk taking and loss aversion.
Michela Vecchi, Professor of Economics at Kingston University, and Catherine Robinson, Professor of Applied Economics at Kent Business School, share about their research looking at skills mismatch in the UK.
We are delighted to announce Daniel Muir as one of our Data Impact Fellows for 2023. In this post Daniel shares a bit about his background, his current work and research and what he hopes to get out of the Fellows scheme.
Dr Charlotte Booth discusses new research from the National Core Studies Longitudinal Health and Wellbeing initiative on working from home and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
How is research by the Living Wage Foundation (LFW) supporting their ‘Living Hours’ scheme and helping tackle work insecurity in the UK?
To mark International Women’s Day 2022, Alice Sullivan and Alex Bryson introduce their research into the effects of menopause on women’s careers.
Joshua Fullard, Lecturer in Economics at the University of Essex, shares the findings of his data-driven research into teacher pay and student outcomes.