Research

Our research projects

Empty-street-with-cyclist-and-pedestrian-in-distance-Law-and-compliance-during-COVID-19-PROJ
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Justice | 2020 – 2021

Law and compliance during COVID-19

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In progress

Education | 2020 – 2021

Post-16 educational trajectories and social inequalities in political engagement

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Teenage-girl-looks-at-smartphone-next-to-laptop-Growing-up-under-COVID-19-PROJ
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Education | Welfare | 2020 – 2021

Growing up under COVID-19

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Woman-looks-at-smartphone-screen-How-the-UK-public-gets-information-about-COVID-19-PROJ
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Welfare | 2020 – 2020

How the UK public gets information about COVID-19

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Young-boy-wearing-glasses-watches-laptop-school-lesson-with-notepad-The-effects-COVID-19-on-families-time-use-child-development-PROJ
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Education | 2020 – 2022

The effects of COVID-19 on families’ time-use and child development

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In progress

Welfare | 2020 – 2023

Public expenditure planning and control in complex times

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New

Justice | 2020 – 2022

Youth custody: Educational influences and labour market consequences

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In progress

Education | 2020 – 2022

Competitive effects of free schools on student outcomes in neighbouring schools

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In progress

Education | 2020 – 2022

Comparisons of cognitive skills and educational attainment across the UK

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Man-massages-own-hand-Longitudinal-evidence-how-arthritis-affects-earnings-PROJ
In progress

Welfare | 2020 – 2022

How arthritis affects earnings over time

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In progress

Welfare | 2020 – 2022

How UK welfare reform affects larger families

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In progress

Education | Welfare | 2020 – 2020

Measuring the disadvantage attainment gap in 16-19 education

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The Nuffield Foundation is not simply an academic funding body, though the research we fund must stand up to rigorous academic scrutiny. We want the policies and institutions that affect people’s well-being to be influenced by robust evidence.

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COVID-19 response

Nuffield-funded social scientists are conducting COVID-19 research in real-time, to capture people’s experiences of the social, cultural and economic impacts of the pandemic.