Chief Statistician for Wales update: Measuring people in hospital, and some thoughts on data quality
4 June 2020
In his latest blog, Co-Director of ADR Wales and Chief Statistician for Wales Glyn Jones discusses hospital statistics and their importance for understanding the Covid-19 pandemic.
Expert team appointed to test potential of MoJ-DfE linked dataset
22 May 2020
A team of researchers led by Dr Rosie Cornish has been appointed to lead a feasibility study on the use of the MoJ-DfE linked dataset to evaluate early interventions to prevent violent crime.
Data research aims to understand wage inequality
18 May 2020
An ADR UK and University of the West of England-led partnership, announced today, will examine how and why our pay increases (or doesn’t). The Wage & Employment Dynamics project will help us understand changes in the British labour market over time.
Understanding Wage & Employment Dynamics with linked data: a new project with a new approach
18 May 2020
Researchers Alex Bryson (UCL) and Arusha McKenzie (University of the West of England) discuss the challenges and opportunities the Wage & Employment Dynamics project provides.
Data science and linked data aiding understanding of the unfolding Covid-19 epidemic in Wales
14 May 2020
Ashley Akbari of ADR Wales discusses how the partnership is using linked data to better understand the Covid-19 epidemic in Wales and inform the development and evaluation of counter-measures.