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: Using the Earnings and Employees Study 2011 to estimate Catholic-Protestant wage differentials
The Earnings and Employees Study (EES) 2011 links wage and employment data from the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) for 2011 with detailed individual and household characteristics information, including religious denomination and community background, from the 2011 Census. Analysing this linked data, we find no evidence of either a Catholic wage penalty or premium in 2011, with estimated wage gaps small in magnitude and statistically insignificant in unadjusted and adjusted models.
Data Insight: Are farm households different? Some evidence from Wales
This Data Insight presents data on the structure of farming households in Wales and compares them to other non-farming rural households. The work was carried out by the AD|ARC (Administrative Data | Agricultural Research Collection) team, an ADR UK- funded project.
Supporting People data linking project: Update
This report, produced by ADR Wales in partnership with the Welsh Government, analyses the demographics of Supporting People to understand who received support from the programme. In addition, it outlines findings from analysis that linked Supporting People data with healthcare data in the SAIL Databank to understand the healthcare use of Supporting People clients before and after they received support.
Homelessness Data England linked dataset: Key messages from stakeholders (April 2022)
This report records a roundtable discussion between third sector, policy and academic stakeholders and Homelessness Data England (HDE) project partners on the potential and use of the HDE dataset.
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.
Data Insights: European Union migrants living in Wales (January 2022)
This Data Insight from ADR Wales examines the differences between the number of European Union (EU) migrants living in Wales, and other countries of the UK, using different data sources. It particularly focuses on applications to the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS), which has been a requirement for EU nationals living in the UK following the UK’s decision to leave the EU. In addition to considering the number of EU migrants from the different data sources, it also compares information on the origin countries of EU migrants to the UK.
Data Insights: Geographical profiling verses individual risk profiling in reducing rates of low birth weight and improving school readiness (December 2021)
This Data Insight explores the Flying Start programme as a geographical profiling tool to anonymously identify vulnerable families. It also explores data driven models as an alternative method of identifying individuals at risk of experiencing adverse events.
Data Insights: Automatic coding of occupations: Methods to create the Scottish Historic Population Database (SHPD) (November 2021)
This Data Insight from ADR Scotland describes the work of the Digitising Scotland project, which digitised 25.8 million Scottish civil registration vital events records, including digitising birth, marriages and deaths, from when records began in 1855 until 1973.
Data Insights: Living in a safe, connected area improves life chances for children in poverty in Wales (November 2021)
This Data Insight examines the factors in the local area that can help a child overcome the negative impacts of poverty by looking at which different socio-economic determinants of a local area are associated with resilience in children.