Data linkage project to increase understanding of the employment experiences of migrant workers
30 September 2022
ADR UK is funding University of the West of England initiative, Wage and Employment Dynamics, to link HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) data on migrant workers to a dataset on employees’ wages, occupations and hours. The linked dataset will make it possible to better understand the working experiences of migrants compared with the rest of the population in Great Britain.
ADR UK funds major new data linkage projects to address vital policy questions
31 August 2022
ADR UK is delighted to announce the first series of projects to receive funding from our research-ready data and access call, an investment of over £3.8 million. Covering a diverse range of topics – from environment and health to growing old – these investments will help to fill gaps in evidence and address pressing policy needs.
ADR UK enables vital research in response to Covid-19 crisis
9 November 2020
ADR UK partners are playing an important role in enabling vital research in response to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, helping to mitigate immediate effects and assess longer-term impacts on society.
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.