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1970 British Cohort Study: Sweeps 3-9, 1980-2012, Townsend Index (LSOA) Linked Data: Secure Access

Institute Of Education University Of London
<p>The&nbsp;<em>1970 British Cohort Study</em>&nbsp;(BCS70) began in 1970 when data were collected about the births and families of babies born in the United Kingdom in one particular week in 1970. Since then, there have been nine further full data collection exercises in order to monitor the cohort members' health, education, social and economic circumstances. These took place when respondents were aged 5 in 1975, aged 10 in 1980, aged 16 in 1986, aged 26 in 1996,...

National Child Development Study: Sweep 4, 1981: Geographical Identifiers: Secure Access

Institute Of Education University Of London
The <I>National Child Development Study</I> (NCDS) originated in the <I>Perinatal Mortality Survey</I> (see SN 5565), which examined social and obstetric factors associated with still birth and infant mortality among over 17,000 babies born in Britain in one week in March 1958. Surviving members of this birth cohort have been surveyed on eight further occasions in order to monitor their changing health, education, social and economic circumstances - in 1965 at age 7, 1969 at age...

1970 British Cohort Study: Forty-Two-Year Follow-Up, 2001 Census Boundaries, 2012: Geographical Identifiers: Secure Access

Institute Of Education University Of London
<p>The&nbsp;<em>1970 British Cohort Study</em>&nbsp;(BCS70) began in 1970 when data were collected about the births and families of babies born in the United Kingdom in one particular week in 1970. Since then, there have been nine further full data collection exercises in order to monitor the cohort members' health, education, social and economic circumstances. These took place when respondents were aged 5 in 1975, aged 10 in 1980, aged 16 in 1986, aged 26 in 1996,...

1970 British Cohort Study: Ten-Year Follow-Up, 1980: Geographical Identifiers: Secure Access

Institute Of Education University Of London
<p>The&nbsp;<em>1970 British Cohort Study</em>&nbsp;(BCS70) began in 1970 when data were collected about the births and families of babies born in the United Kingdom in one particular week in 1970. Since then, there have been nine further full data collection exercises in order to monitor the cohort members' health, education, social and economic circumstances. These took place when respondents were aged 5 in 1975, aged 10 in 1980, aged 16 in 1986, aged 26 in 1996,...

1970 British Cohort Study: Forty-Two-Year Follow-Up, 2011 Census Boundaries, 2012: Geographical Identifiers: Secure Access

Institute Of Education University Of London
<p>The&nbsp;<em>1970 British Cohort Study</em>&nbsp;(BCS70) began in 1970 when data were collected about the births and families of babies born in the United Kingdom in one particular week in 1970. Since then, there have been nine further full data collection exercises in order to monitor the cohort members' health, education, social and economic circumstances. These took place when respondents were aged 5 in 1975, aged 10 in 1980, aged 16 in 1986, aged 26 in 1996,...

National Child Development Study: Sweep 9, 2011 Census Boundaries, 2013-2014: Geographical Identifiers: Secure Access

Institute Of Education University Of London
The <I>National Child Development Study</I> (NCDS) originated in the <I>Perinatal Mortality Survey</I> (see SN 5565), which examined social and obstetric factors associated with still birth and infant mortality among over 17,000 babies born in Britain in one week in March 1958. Surviving members of this birth cohort have been surveyed on eight further occasions in order to monitor their changing health, education, social and economic circumstances - in 1965 at age 7, 1969 at age...

National Child Development Study: Sweep 8, 2008-2009: Geographical Identifiers: Secure Access

Institute Of Education University Of London
The <I>National Child Development Study</I> (NCDS) originated in the <I>Perinatal Mortality Survey</I> (see SN 5565), which examined social and obstetric factors associated with still birth and infant mortality among over 17,000 babies born in Britain in one week in March 1958. Surviving members of this birth cohort have been surveyed on eight further occasions in order to monitor their changing health, education, social and economic circumstances - in 1965 at age 7, 1969 at age...

Quarterly Labour Force Survey, January - March, 2015: Special Licence Access

Quarterly Labour Force Survey, October - December, 2015: Special Licence Access

Quarterly Labour Force Survey, January - March, 2015

National Survey for Wales, 2019-2020

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<p>The <span style="font-style: italic;">National Survey for Wales</span> began in 2012 as a random sample, 25 minute face to face interview. In 2015 the survey was reviewed and it was decided to amalgamate 5 large scale social surveys that were carried out in Wales into one. From 2016-17 onwards the survey was expanded to include topics previously covered by the Welsh Health Survey, Active Adults Survey, Arts in Wales Survey, and Welsh Outdoor Recreation Survey. <br><br>The...

British Candidate Study, 1992

P. Lovenduski Norris

Permanent Parental Income Dataset, 1958-1974

J. Taylor

Prosopography of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1517-1603

J.K. McConica

Database of Selected British Gallup Opinion Polls, 1958-1991

The Data Archive

Scottish Crime Survey, 1993 and 1996

National Diet, Nutrition and Dental Survey of Children Aged 1 1/2 to 4 1/2 Years, 1992-1993

Office Of Population Censuses

Northern Ireland Social Attitudes Survey, 1994

Survey of Rural Services, 1991 and 1994

Effects of Taxes and Benefits on Household Income Time Series, 2001-2017

<p>This analysis, produced by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), examines how taxes and benefits redistribute income between various groups of households in the United Kingdom. It shows where different types of households and individuals are in the income distribution and looks at the changing levels of income inequality over time. The main sources of data for this study are:</p><ul><li>Family Expenditure Survey (FES) from 1977-2001</li><li>Expenditure and Food Survey (EFS) from 2001-2007</li><li>Living Costs and Food Survey...

Agricultural Development in the Bulandshahr District of Uttar Pradesh, India, 1972

J. A. Allan
The purpose of this study was to examine the changes taking place in irrigated agriculture in a relatively `progressive' district of western Uttar Pradesh. To provide data which, after analysis, would indicate the scale of changes taking place, the interrelationships and relative importance of the different variables.<br>

British and German Higher Education: Staff and Students in a Changing World

Rosalind Pritchard

Quarterly Labour Force Survey Eurostat Dataset, Quarter Two, 2014

Northern Ireland Statistics & Social Survey Division Office For National Statistics
The <i>Quarterly Labour Force Survey Eurostat Datasets</i> form the UK component of the <i>European Union Labour Force Survey</i> (EU LFS), and consist of a subset of core variables from the UK Quarterly Labour Force Survey (held at the UK Data Archive under GN 33246), alongside primary and secondary derived variables computed by Eurostat from the core variables supplied. The data comprise seasonal or calendar quarters, depending on the date, and are not directly comparable with...

Renewable Heat Premium Payment Scheme: Heat Pump Monitoring: Raw Data, 2013-2015

& R. Lowe
The need to develop the UK supply for domestic heat pumps (HPs) and to evaluate the empirical performance of HP systems in the field has led to the establishment of two major UK field trials of HPs (the first one took place between 2008 and 2012). These data were generated from the second field trial, established by the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) in conjunction with the Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) grant...

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