Data Insights: Using case level data to measure the dynamics of housing support (February 2021)
This Data Insight from ADR Wales draws on data from the City and County of Swansea housing team to explore the number of households actively receiving housing support during a financial year.
Data Insights: Using data linkage to improve estimates of homelessness (February 2021)
This Data Insight from ADR Wales outlines exploratory analysis using data linkage between local authority data and health data in order to improve estimates of the scale of homelessness at the local authority level.
Data Insights: Selective schools: Do they improve health? (January 2021)
This study from ADR Scotland looks at long term effects of education, specifically stratifying students based on their academic ability through selective schooling.
Data Insights: Using data to classify the likely ‘motivation’ of online drug purchasers (January 2021)
This Data Insight from ADR Scotland used data provided by the National Crime Agency about illegal consignments intercepted through the postal service by the UK Border Force and destined for Scotland to establish a new approach for the classification of drug purchases.
NISRA Statistical Bulletin: Covid-19 related deaths and pre-existing conditions in Northern Ireland, March-November 2020
ADR Northern Ireland researchers from NISRA analyse Covid-19 related deaths and pre-existing conditions that occurred in Northern Ireland between March and November 2020.
Applying Behavioural Insights to Cross-government Data Sharing
This report, produced by the Behavioural Insights Team for ADR UK, investigates barriers within government to sharing and linking administrative data for research, and suggests how behavioural insights can be applied to overcome them.
ADR UK response to National Data Strategy consultation - December 2020
The ADR UK partnership has responded to the second government consultation on the UK National Data Strategy.
Data Insights: Patterns of school non-attendance over the educational lifecourse (December 2020)
This Data Insight from ADR Wales uses data linkage to explore absenteeism over an 11-year period for a single birth cohort in Wales.
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.