Programme

Understanding Society Scientific Conference 2019 - , University of Essex

Day 2

The full programme shows all of the conference’s activities which will take place over three days at the University of Essex. On the 1st July, there will also be two pre-conference workshops.

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08:30-09:00

Registration Foyer

09:00-10:30

Session 3

Workshop: Introduction to CNEF LTB3

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09:00-10:30

Workshop: Introduction to the Cross National Equivalent File

  • Dean Lillard, Ohio State University

Employment and earnings LTB6

Understanding Brexit LTB7

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09:00-09:30

Understanding the social and cultural bases of Brexit

  • Tak Wing Chan, University College London
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09:30-10:00

Imagined and behavioural attachments and Eurosceptic attitudes

  • Siobhan McAndrew, University of Bristol

Alternative data collection methods LTB8

10:30-11:00

Break Foyer

11:00-12:00

Plenary: Family dynamics among immigrants and their descendants in EuropeLTB6

Speaker: Hill Kulu, University of St Andrews

12:00-13:00

LunchFoyer

12:15-13:00

Understanding Society data consultation sessionLTB7

Data consultation

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12:15-13:00

Data consultation

  • John Payne, Understanding Society Associate Director for Data
13:00-15:00

Session 4

Workshop: Introduction to CNEF EssexLab

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13:00-15:00

Workshop: Introduction to the Cross National Equivalent File (part 2)

  • Dean Lillard, Ohio State University

Partnership and employment LTB6

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13:00-12:30

Double trouble: does job loss lead to union dissolution and vice versa?

  • Lewis Anderson, University of Oxford
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13:30-14:00

Random effects dynamic panel models for unequally-spaced outcomes

  • Fiona Steele, London School of Economics
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14:30-15:00

The definition and practice of 'shared care' in the UK

  • Renee Luthra, University of Essex
  • TIna Haux, University of Kent

Geography, jobs and debt LTB3

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13:00-13:30

Demand matters: spatial inequality and the school-to-work transition

  • Katy Morris, European University Institute
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13:30-14:00

Geographies of young people's debt: where do young indebted people go?

  • Isabelle Bi, University of Bristol
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14:00-14:30

Getting a bad job? Spatial inequality and initial labour market outcomes

  • Katy Morris, European University Institute
15:00-15:30

Drop in sessionLTB7

15:00-15:30

Break

15:30-17:00

Session 5

Ethnicity and migration LTB6

Intergenerational shifts LTB3

17:00-18:00

BreakFoyer

18:00

Coach transport to Stadium for dinnerCarpark A

18:30-19:30

Pre-dinner drinksColchester Stadium

19:30-22:00

Conference DinnerColchester Stadium