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Sefydliad Ymchwil Gymdeithasol ac Economaidd, Data a Dulliau Cymru

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Information on research conducted as part of the WISERD Economic and Social Inequalities theme can be found below.

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This website was launched at the Social Science Festival to enhance engagement with our work on disability. The website hosts a film Disability Talking in which four disabled people describe the barriers and supports that they encounter in the workplace.

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Wales Housing Research Network

 This network looks to advance housing research in Wales by brings together researchers and organisations working in this field. Read More >>

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david_blackaby.pngProfessor David Blackaby discusses his findings on regional variations in public-private sector wage differences as part of the Labour Market Implications of Changes in the Public Sector project.

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Labour Market Implications of Changes in the Public Sector

In 2010 the UK Government announced its intention to promote a rebalancing of the UK economy, away from public sector and towards the private sector. This research focuses on:

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Latest News
Are Welsh-medium schools in south-east Wales ‘middle class’?

7th August 2017

Are pupils who attend Welsh-medium schools in south-east Wales mostly from middle-class backgrounds and does it matter?

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WISERD hosts Cardiff University summer placement students

31st July 2017

WISERD has been delighted to host five undergraduate students this summer for work placements exploring dementia research, the intergenerational transmission of family values and data mapping.

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