Research at the Cathie Marsh Institute (CMIST) is characterised by two overarching themes and divided into the following themes:
The interdisciplinary Confidentiality and Privacy Research Group (CAPRI) comprises academics working in statistics, social science, social policy, computer science and law.
Data, Skills and Training
A newly formed research group focusing on developing a research agenda around data, skills and training, with a particular emphasis on statistical and data literacy.
Democracy and Elections
A multi-disciplinary research group, drawn mainly from the fields of political science and sociology.
Ethnicity, Religion and Migration
This research group brings together a range of interests in these fields, incorporating work from political science, sociology, demography/human geography and social statistics.
The Lifelong Health & Well-being research group amalgamates previous CCSR research groups and works closely with allied CMIST-based research projects.
The Social Mobility and Labour Markets Group aims to promote research on social mobility and labour.
This group focuses on the development and application of statistical models to investigate substantive phenomena in the social sciences and beyond.
Survey Methods and Analysis
The Survey Methods and Analysis Group aims to provide a focal point for researchers on the development and application of survey methodology and the analysis of complex survey data.
Our key themes
Research within the Cathie Marsh Institute is characterised by two overarching themes:
- Advanced quantitative methods and resources
We focus on methodological and statistical development, often with a strong science social component. Our work is supported primarily by research groups within the Disciplinary Area of Social Statistics.
- Social dynamics and inequalities
This theme focuses on population and social change, with the application of advanced quantitative methods to key social science questions.