Family finance surveys user conference 2016

Date: 1 July 2016
Location: Royal Statistical Society, London

Programme

9.45

Coffee and registration

Session 1: Update on survey developments
9.55

Welcome from the chair

10.00

Living Costs and Food Survey and ONS financial surveys: updates and developments
Joanna Bulman, Office for National Statistics

10.45

Updates from the Wealth and Assets Survey team
Elaine Chamberlain, Office for National Statistics

11.10

Update on the Family Resources Survey and related series (HBAI, Pensioner Income Series, Take-up of Income-Related Benefits)
Donncha Burke, Department for Work and Pensions

11.40

Improving the measurement of household finances in Understanding Society
Paul Fisher, University of Essex

12.05

Introduction to family finance data from the UK Data Service and Administrative Data Research Network (ADRN)
Sarah King-Hele, UK Data Service and Ilse Verwulgen, ADRN

12.15

Lunch

Session 2: Research papers
13.10

In or out? Poverty dynamics among older individuals in the UK
Ricky Kanabar, University of Essex

13.40

Does the provision of workplace pension plans affect other saving? Evidence from the United Kingdom
Bernardo Fonseca Nunes, University of Stirling

14.10

Does repeated measurement improve income data quality
Paul Fisher, University of Essex

14.40

Macroprudential Policy in an Agent-Based Model of the UK Housing Market
Marc Hinterschweiger, Arzu Uluc, Marco Galbiati, and Katie Low, Bank of England, and Daniel Tang and Rafa Baptista, Oxford University

15.10

Closing remarks

15.30

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