Using ASHE to examine trends in low pay: initial exploration of the data (WED policy paper, November 2020)
This is the first policy paper by researchers from the Wage & Employment Dynamics project. It explores the use of the the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) 2004-2019 dataset to determine time-series estimates of the percentage of minimum wage jobs, low paid and ‘high paid’ jobs. This paper was presented to the Low Pay Commission.
Data Insights: Economically "inactive": How does childcare impact mothers' ability to re-join the labour market? (November 2020)
This study provides a first glance into the impact that informal childcare provided by co-resident grandparents in Northern Ireland has on mothers’ employment rates, especially on mother’s full-time and part-time employment.
Data Insights: Youth movement, social mobility and health inequalities (November 2020)
This Data Insight from ADR Scotland outlines research that will use the Aberdeen Children of 1950s dataset to examine whether youth movements are related to increased adult social mobility.
Data Insights: The health and economic benefits of active commuting in Scotland (October 2020)
This research links data from the 2001 and 2011 Scottish Census to examine the health and economic benefits of walking and cycling for commuting purposes at a national level in Scotland.
NISRA Statistical Bulletin: Covid-19 deaths from March - August in Northern Ireland
ADR NI researchers from NISRA analyse Covid-19 related deaths that occurred in Northern Ireland in the 6-month period between 1 March and 31 August 2020.
ADR UK Annual Report 2019-20
In our second year in action, we have initiated new partnerships between academia and government, published new research insights, and made important strides with existing projects. Read our 2019-20 Annual Report to find out more.
Data Insights: Addressing inequality? The provision of careers guidance in Welsh schools (September 2020)
This research uses linked data to learn more about careers guidance received by children in Welsh schools. It examines how this is influenced by pupils’ demographic and academic characteristics.
Analysis of the use of administrative data in research publications - September 2020
An analysis of research publications using UK administrative data by Alex Hulkes, Strategic Lead for Insights at ESRC.
Data Insights: The relationship between mental disorder, occupation type and family demands (August 2020)
This study uses data linkage to examine mental disorder across occupation types and the association of family demands in Northern Ireland.
Data Insights: The effect of exposure to air pollution on health and mortality (August 2020)
This study uses individual-level longitudinal data to investigate, for the first time in Northern Ireland, the link between health outcomes and long-term exposure to ambient pollution between 2001 and 2018.