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

This is a free event hosted by CeLSIUS and the UK Data Service on 28th March to showcase PhD research using the ONS LS and Census Microdata. In the morning presentations will be given by current/recent PhD students who have used the ONS LS in their research, and in the afternoon there will be an ONS LS/Census microdata training session.

To book your place please visit the Eventbrite page

Draft Programme

  • 10.00 Refreshments and registration, Room 114
  • 10.30 Welcome – Nicola Shelton, CeLSIUS Director
  • 10.40 Introduction to the ONS LS and Census microdata – Oliver Duke-Williams, CeLSIUS Senior Advisor
  • 11.00 Children and migrants – Matthew Wallace, PhD completed at Liverpool University, now working at INED (the French Institute for Demographic Studies)
  • 11.20 Geographic and social mobility – Frances Darlington-Pollock, PhD completed at Leeds University, now working at Liverpool University
  • 11.40 Refreshments
  • 12.00 Empirical essays in family economics – Tanya Wilson, PhD completed at Royal Holloway, University of London, now working at Stirling University
  • 12.20 Job polarisation – Sanne Velthuis, PhD in progress at Coventry University
  • 12.40 Explaining the London Effect by investigating sorting patterns – Jack Blundell, DPhil in progress at Oxford University
  • 1.00 Lunch (provided)
  • 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
  • 4.20 – 4.30 Close – Nicola Shelton, CeLSIUS Director

Enquiries should be directed to Jo Tomlinson, CeLSIUS Administrator

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