Employment & Social policy

| Theme: Education & Labour, Employment & Social policy
The URLEY programme aims to improve children’s language and social-behavioural outcomes, by training nursery and reception teachers to use self-assessment tools called the Environment Rating Scales. These scales are highly regarded research tools used for assessing the quality of early years...
| Theme: Education & Labour, Employment & Social policy
The Mathematical Reasoning programme, developed by Professor Terezinha Nunes and Professor Peter Bryant at the University of Oxford, develops children’s understanding of the logical principles underlying mathematics. A previous efficacy trial, funded by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF)...
| Theme: Education & Labour, Employment & Social policy
The Employers’ Pension Provision (EPP) survey is a well-regarded source of information on pension provision among private sector employers in Britain. Since the mid-1990s, the EPP surveys have provided comprehensive and authoritative data on key aspects of private sector pension provision,...
| Theme: Employment & Social policy
There is consensus that anti-immigration sentiments played an important role in the UK’s vote to leave the EU. Previous research, including by NIESR, finds that there is a disconnect between evidence on the benefits of immigration, particularly to the economy, and public perceptions. In this...
| Theme: Employment & Social policy
The objective of this research is to improve the evidence base of the equality and human rights implications of recent and proposed welfare reforms and government spending decisions since 2010. It is exploring the impact on different protected groups and individuals within those groups, including...
Publication date: 17 Jul 2017 | Publication type: Economic Review Preview | Theme: Employment & Social policy | Authors: Dolton, P
  This is a preview from the National Institute Economic Review, August 2017, no 241   Ahead of the forthcoming issue of the National Institute Economic Review (NIER no. 241) that will be published on Wednesday 2nd August, we release a series of boxes, each of them looking at specific aspects of ...
Publication date: 4 Jul 2017 | Publication type: Report | Theme: Employment & Social policy | Authors: Bryson, A, Forth, J | Report to: Office of Manpower Economics
This research report by UCL and NIESR describes earnings growth among Pay Review Body (PRB) occupations; compares that growth to earnings growth in comparable non-PRB occupations; and accounts for differences in earnings trajectories between PRB occupations and comparable non-PRB occupations that...

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