Census Research User Conference 2014

Date: 31 October 2014
Location: Royal Statistical Society, London

Programme

09.15 Coffee and Registration
09.35

Welcome
Jo Wathan, UK Data Service

09.40

Census office updates: including ongoing progress on outputs and Beyond 2011
Garnett Compton, Office for National Statistics, Brian French, NISRA, and Kirsty MacLachlan, National Records of Scotland

11.00

Delivering the data: easy access to census aggregate outputs from InFuse
Justin Hayes, UK Data Service

11.20

Flow Data
Oli Duke-Williams and Vassilis Routsis, UK Data Service

11.40

DataShine
Oliver O'Brien, University College London

12.00

Lunch break

12.45

Census analysis
Mike Smith, Office for National Statistics

13.10

Exploring the influence of ‘selective sorting’ between area-types and social classes on ethnic health gradients between 1991, 2001 and 2011: What can Census data tell us?
Fran Darlington and Paul Norman, University of Leeds, and Dimitris Ballas, University of Sheffield

13.30

Internal migration in 2001 and 2011: A comparative analysis at the district scale in England and Wales
John Stillwell and Nik Lomax, School of Geography, University of Leeds

13.50

Changing commuting and migration trends in British cities over several decades
Mike Coombes and Tony Champion, CURDS, Newcastle University

14.15

Data and democracy: a case study
Laurie Moseley, University of South Wales

14.40

Coffee

15.00

What is the health legacy of informal caring? A longitudinal study using nationally representative census data for England and Wales
Maria Evandrou, Jane Falkingham, James Robards and Athina Vlachantoni, University of Southampton

15.25

Age and co-morbidity in England & Wales: what can be learned from multiple cause of death data?
Emily Grundy, London School of Economics, and C.E.M Marshall, CeLSIUS, University College London

15.50

Wrap up

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