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Call for papers: Family Finance Surveys User Conference 2018

Do you use UK family finance surveys from the UK Data Service for your research, including the Family Resources Survey, Living Costs and Food Survey, Wealth and Assets Survey, or other surveys with family finance-related content?

We are now looking for submissions for the Family Finance Surveys User Conference 2018.

This annual conference, organised by the UK Data Service, will be held on Tuesday 26 June 2018. It is a full-day conference at the Royal Statistical Society, London, and is free to attend. The programme will contain a mixture of papers from data producers and researchers who use the data. We would like to invite offers of presentations based on analysis of UK family finance surveys.

Take a look at the programme from last year’s event.

If you would like to contribute a paper to this conference please send your details, the title of your presentation and a 200 word abstract to as soon as possible but no later than Sunday 15 April. Please also state which data you used for your research.

We will evaluate all abstracts and notify authors after the selection process. A detailed programme of presentations will be provided prior to the conference.

Booking for this conference will open when the programme has been produced.