Every day, data from the UK Data Service collection are used to inform research, influence policy and teach the next generation of social scientists.
Here are just the latest in our library of case studies that demonstrate how these data are being used.
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This study, commissioned by the Department of Education, explores the lives of young carers aged 5 to 17 in England.
Dan Clay, Caitlin Connors, Naomi Day and Marina Gkiza, TNS BMRB 30 August 2016
This study explores whether and to what degree changes in relative energy prices might influence trade and competitiveness.
Misato Sato and Antoine Dechezleprêtre, London School of Economics and Political Science and ESRC Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy 18 July 2016
This study revisits the state of global nutrition and examines the importance of various policy interventions.
W. Bruce Traill, University of Reading 23 June 2016
This study describes the developement of a high-resolution model of thermal-electrical domestic demand.
Eoghan McKenna, Loughborough University 15 June 2016
This study explores to what extent retail centres across England are vulnerable and resistant to the growth of online shopping.
Les Dolega, Alex Singleton, Dean Riddlesden and Paul Longley, Consumer Data Research Centre (CDRC), University of Liverpool and University College London 10 June 2016