Over time, our aim is to produce information on a range of topics such as income, ethnicity and educational attainment. Each year we aim to expand the breadth, depth and accuracy of our Research Outputs. This is dependent on the availability of the data and its statistical quality.
An Administrative Data Census could also bring additional benefits. We are looking at the potential for combining administrative, survey and big data to produce new outputs such as housing affordability or fuel poverty, which are not currently provided by a 10-yearly census.
This is early research using administrative data to investigate the economic activity of undergraduate students in England and Wales for the academic year ending 2015.
6 November 2017: Ethnicity estimates from survey and administrative data, 2015
Research to investigate the ability to produce estimates of ethnicity at local authority level for 2015 using the Generalised Structure Preserving Estimator approach.
6 November 2017: Using mobile phone data to estimate commuting flows
Early research to evaluate the current potential of using data generated by mobile phones to estimate commuting flows (and the mode of transport used for commuting) within an Administrative Data Census.
These are our second Administrative Data Census Research Outputs on income. They refer to income from Pay As You Earn (PAYE) and benefits only and are not official statistics.
Research to investigate using the Generalised Structure Preserving Estimator approach to produce estimates of ethnicity at local authority level in England.
24 July 2017: New mothers’ income from PAYE and benefits
The research provides information on mothers’ incomes from Pay As You Earn and benefits for tax year ending 2014.
16 December 2016: Income from PAYE and benefits
These are our first Administrative Data Census Research Outputs on income. They refer to income from Pay As You Earn (PAYE) and benefits only and are NOT official statistics.