Research on poverty, inequality and big data will be presented by academics from Cardiff University’s School of Social Sciences. Lead by our panel discussants the session will then open up debate with participants to further explore these topics.

A Cardiff University School of Social Sciences (SOCSI) quantitative research workshop in partnership with the Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods (WISERD).

SOCSI’s Sin Yi Cheung and WISERD are delighted to be the hosts for three visiting American Professors of Sociology; David Grusky (Stanford University), Mike Hout (New York University) and Matthew Snipp (Stanford University) who, for this event, will be acting as our panel of discussants.  During the workshop research on poverty, inequality and big data will be presented by academics from Cardiff University’s School of Social Sciences.  Led by our panel discussants the session will then open up debate with participants to further explore these topics.

Speakers:                          

Rod Hick (co-authored with Alba Lanau)

Working and poor, but for how long? An analysis of in-work poverty transitions in the UK

Pete Burnap

Big data and analytical tools for social scientific research

Gwyther Rees

Gender Inequalities in Children’s Lives and Subjective Well-Being:  An International Comparison

Discussants:                  

David Grusky (Department of Sociology, Stanford University)

Mike Hout (Department of Sociology, New York University)

Matthew Snipp (Department of Sociology, Stanford University)

Chair:                               

Sin Yi Cheung (Cardiff University)

Booking a place:

There are limited places for this free event.  Places will be offered on a first come first serve basis.  Once all places have been filled a waiting list will be kept, therefore please do let us know if you are unable to attend so that we can offer your place to someone else.

To register please click here