Publications & reports
Differences between estimates of Welsh language ability in Census 2021 and household surveys
This report, produced by ADR Wales in partnership with the Welsh Government and the Office for National Statistics (ONS), explores the differences between estimates of Welsh language ability reported in Census 2021 and the Labour Force Survey.
Data Insight: How common is low pay in Britain and is it declining?
This Data Insight examines the incidence of low pay in Britain over the period 2004-2021 using two indicators that are the focus of government policy. The analyses use data developed as part of the Wage and Employment Dynamics project, funded by ADR England.
Ethnic inequalities in the criminal justice system
This data comic explores the findings of research led by Dr Kitty Lymperopoulou, which examines the main factors associated with remand and sentencing outcomes and the independent effect of ethnicity on those outcomes. Kitty is an ADR UK Research Fellow using data made available through the Ministry of Justice Data First programme.
Data Insight: The nature, extent and outcomes of serious and organised crime cases prosecuted in England and Wales
This Data Insight examines serious organised crime cases appearing before the Crown Court in England and Wales between 2013 and 2020.
School staff vaccination uptake: February 2022
This report, produced by ADR Wales in partnership with the Welsh Government, analyses the School Workforce Annual Census and the Research Ready Data Asset for COVID-19 Vaccination Data in the SAIL Databank.
EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS): A review of the literature
This report, produced by ADR Wales in partnership with the Welsh Government, examines and summarises published literature relating to the experience of EU nationals in the UK prior to and after the 2016 EU referendum to inform the EUSS Data Linkage Project.
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.