I am Professor of Quantitative Social Science at UCL's Department of Social Science. I am also a Research Fellow at IZA and NIESR where I was previously Head of the Employment Group. Prior to that I was Research Director at the Policy Studies Institute where I worked for nineteen years.
Professor of Quantitative Social Science
Department of Social Science, UCL
Overview This project builds on previous WISERD research into geographical variations in trade union membership in Wales. (Beynon, Davies and Davies, 2012). The research programme derives from this analysis, which suggested that in South Wales collective understandings,
Conference2016 Work and Pensions Economics Group (WPEG) Conference
Rhys Davies presented a paper, co-authored with Alex Bryson,"What Do Unions Do In Wales? The Case of Job Satisfaction" Conference paper available here