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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
Professor John Morgan elected a member of Council of the Learned Society of Wales

23rd May 2017

Leverhulme Emeritus Fellow and Honorary Professor W. John Morgan has been elected a member of Council and Trustee of the Learned Society of Wales.

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WISERD Co-Director shortlisted for ‘Man of the Year’

22nd May 2017

WISERD Co-Director, Professor Paul Chaney has been shortlisted for Chwarae Teg’s ‘Man of the Year’ award for his work on gender equality.

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