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Research Profile

Mr Rhys Davies 

  • Projects Undertaken

    • Schooling Training and Transitions: An Economic Perspective (Targeted Socio-Economic Research)
    • Revision of the Standard Occupational Classification (Office for National Statistics)
    • SOC Matching (Employment Service)
    • Analysis of National Injury Rates (Health and Safety Executive)
    • Econometric Analysis of RIDDOR Data (Health and Safety Executive)
    • Analysis of Existing Data and Information to Support the National Skills Audit: Research in Support of the National Skills Task Force (Department for Education and Employment)
    • Active Employment Policies and the Labour Market Integration of Disabled People (Centro de Estudios Economicos. Fundacion Tomillo)
    • Evaluation of Regional Labour Force Projections for the European Union (European Commission)
    • The Extent, Causes and Implications of Skill Deficiencies (Department for Education and Employment)
    • NHS Labour Market Forces: 2000-2003 Updates of the Staff Market Forces Factor (NHS Executive)
    • Learning and Work Bank Project: Mapping Work (Department for Education and Employment)
    • Student Non-Completion in Higher Education (Department for Education and Employment)
    • NHS Labour Market Forces: Review of the Staff Market Forces Factor (NHS Executive)
    • Assembly Scrutiny of the London Weighting (London Assembly)
    • Artists’ Labour Markets and the Effects of the Tax and Benefits Systems (The Arts Council of England)
    • Occupational Coding for Statistics from Higher Education (Higher Education Statistics Agency)
    • Female Employment in National Institutional Contexts (European Commission)
    • Occupational Health and Safety of Britain’s Ethnic Minorities (Health and Safety Executive)
    • Evaluation of Dance and Drama Awards (Department for Education and Skills)
    • Local Taxation, Wealth and Citizenship (Economic and Social Research Council)

    Project Management (with funding)

    • Development and Maintenance of Worktrain, Department for Work and Pensions (£175k), 2002/6
    • Causes of Major and Fatal Injuries within Scottish Construction, Health and Safety Executive (£15k), 2004/5
    • Options for the 2004 Market Forces Factor, Department for Health (£25k), 2004
    • Trends and Context to Rates of Workplace Injury, Health and Safety Executive (£50k), 2004/5