Understanding Society’s Scientific Conference 2015


  • 21 July - 23 July 2015
  • University of Essex, Colchester, UK
  • Organiser: Understanding Society
  • Event Details

Understanding Society’s 2015 scientific conference will run over three days in July at the University of Essex, Colchester campus.

The scientific conference provides an international forum for the exchange of research based on longitudinal data; in particular using household panel studies. An important aim of the event is to bring together people from different disciplines and to share research covering a broad range of themes.

The organising committee would particularly welcome abstracts that focus on:
•Understanding Society and the British Household Panel Survey or other longitudinal studies;
•Health, education, employment, family and household, ethnicity, income, wealth, consumption and survey methodology.

Additionally they are keen to showcase comparative analyses of longitudinal data, innovative statistical methods and policy-relevant research.

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