A showcase of student research using the ONS Longitudinal Study and Census microdata

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Workshop

CeLSIUS and the UK Data Service are holding an event on 28th March, 10.00 - 16.30, to showcase PhD research using the ONS Longitudinal Study (LS) and Census microdata. In the morning, presentations will be given by current/recent PhD students who have used the LS in their research and in the afternoon there’s an ONS LS/Census microdata training session.

Draft programme

10.00 Refreshments and registration, Room 114

10.30 Welcome – Nicola Shelton, CeLSIUS Director, Room 114

10.40 Introduction to the ONS LS and census microdata – Oliver Duke-Williams, CeLSIUS Senior Advisor, Room 114

11.00 Children and migrants [working title] – Matthew Wallace, PhD completed at Liverpool University, now working at INED (the French Institute for Demographic Studies), Paris, Room 114

11.20 Geographic and social mobility [working title] –Frances Darlington-Pollock, PhD completed at Leeds University, now working at Liverpool University, Room 114

11.40 Refreshments, Room 114

12.00 Empirical essays in family economics [working title] – Tanya Wilson, PhD completed at Royal Holloway, University of London, now working at Stirling University, Room 114

12.20 Job polarisation [working title] – Sanne Velthuis, PhD in progress at Coventry University, Room 114

12.40 Explaining the London Effect by investigating sorting patterns [working title] – Jack Blundell, DPhil in progress at Oxford University, Room 114

1.00 Lunch (provided), Room 114

2.00 How you get to use the ONS LS and census microdata – Oliver Duke-Williams, CeLSIUS Senior Advisor, Room B29

2.20 Practical session: concurrent training in the use of the ONS LS and census microdata – the CeLSIUS team, Room B29

4.20 – 4.30 Closure – Nicola Shelton, CeLSIUS Director, Room B29