Publications & reports
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.
The LEO dataset: Key messages from stakeholders (March 2023)
This report highlights key messages from stakeholders on the potential of the Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) dataset to inform the potential and use of the data.
Feasibility study exploring the potential to link administrative education data to the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings
This feasibility study is part of the Wage and Employment Dynamics (WED) project. It explores the potential to link the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) dataset to administrative education data.
The WED linked dataset: Key messages from stakeholders (December 2021)
This report highlights key messages from stakeholders from charitable foundations, equalities groups, recruiters, trade unions and groups representing businesses on the potential of the WED linked dataset for research that explores wage and employment dynamics in Britain.
Wage & Employment Dynamics Public Engagement Strategy Group Terms of Reference
Terms of Reference for the Wage & Employment Dynamics (WED) Public Engagement Strategy Group (June 2021), which works with the WED team to represent the interests of those involved in the work force in Britain
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.