Projects per year
Government Equalities Office, “Occupational Downgrading after Childbirth,” July 2018-April 2019, £23k (Principal Investigator, with Co-Is Magda Borkowska and Selcuk Beduk, ISER).
Low Pay Commission, ‘The Living Wage, wage progression and wage differentials,’ April 2018- September 2019, £50k, Co-investigator, £50k, with Silvia Avram (ISER).
NORFACE Dynamics of Inequality Across the Lfecycle (DIAL), EQUALIVES, 2018-2021, Euros 1,430,000, Susan Harkness (Principal Investigator), with co-investigators Anette Fasang (Humboldt), Jani Erola (Turku), Mads Meier Jaeger (Copenhagen) and Thomas Leopold (Amsterdam).
ESRC Seminar Series (2015-2018), Child Poverty and Social Mobility, 2014-2017, £30,000, Susan Harkness (Principal Investigator) with Lynn Prince Cooke, Paul Gregg, Lindsey Macmillan and Matt Dickson (CIs) and the Child Poverty and Social Mobility Commission.
ESRC Secondary Data Analysis Initiative, 2013-2014, Changes in the Nature and Consequences of Lone Parenthood, Susan Harkness (Principal Investigator) & Paul Gregg, 2013-2014, £196,000.
Nuffield Foundation, £49k, 2013-2014, Partnership Dissolution and Formation, co-investigator with Mike Brewer, Principal Investigator, Essex.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation, £10k, 2011, The Causes of Poverty, Susan Harkness (Principal Investigator) with Paul Gregg and Lindsey MacMillain (Bristol)
Nuffield Foundation, £96k, 2010-2011, Lone Parents, Depression and Work, Susan Harkness Principal Investigator. Work in collaboration with Martin Evans (Oxford) and Gingerbread.
ESRC Placement Fellowship, £33k 2009-2010, Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit, Cabinet Office.
OECD (2009-2010), The Future of Families to 2030 (lead author on Low-income Families and Social Cohesion), E30,000.
Social Policy Topic Champion, Understanding Society, ISER, University of Essex
Visting Professor, London School of Economics and Political Science
1/10/19 → 30/09/24
EQUALLIVES: EQUALLIVES: Inequality, early adult life courses and economic outcomes at mid-life in comparative context
1/04/18 → 1/04/21
Research Output per year
The Rise in Single-Mother Families and Children’s Cognitive Development: evidence from three British Birth CohortsHarkness, S., Gregg, P. & Fernandez Salgado, M., 20 Nov 2019, In : Child Development. 24 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal)
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter in a book