Start date:
October 2011
End date:
September 2012
Funder(s):
Economic and Social Research Council, Welsh Government
Status:
Completed

The project aimed to highlight the potential value of an important but currently underutilised dataset, the Welsh Local Labour Force Survey (WLLFS). The main aim was to provide new evidence relating to labour market transitions in Wales. In terms of the analysis we propose two separate pieces of research that both use the WLLFS to examine ‘at risk’ groups within the labour force. The first focused on youth labour market transitions and the second on transitions related to disability. In both cases the emphasis was tp be on how labour market transitions among these groups differ in Wales compared to those elsewhere in the UK, as well as within Wales. 


Research team
Rhys Davies
Research Fellow, Associate Director of ADRC-Wales
Cardiff University

The Dynamics of Disability and Work in Britain
A journal article in The Manchester School. Volume 86, Issue 3. This paper examines the dynamic relationship between work-limiting disability and labour market outcomes using longitudinal data created by matching individuals in the Local Labour Force Survey (2004–10). By...