Latest data collections and new editions 10 November 2021

The following new datasets have been released:

SN 8867 Community Life Survey, 2020-2021

SN 855178 UK Attitudes Towards Personal Data Stores and Control Over Personal Data, 2021

SN 855222 Accountability After Crisis Data, 2010-2019

SN 855245 Access to Justice for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders, 2013-2016

SN 855274 Exploring Ecosystem Markets for the Delivery of Public Goods in the UK: Stakeholder Interviews, 2018-2021

SN 855277 Revenue and Distributional Modelling for a UK Wealth Tax, 2020-2021

SN 855033 House Price per Square Metre in England and Wales, 1995-2021

SN 855266 Minimal Social Exclusion: A Means to Increased Information Gain in Human Intelligence Interviews, 2016-2017

SN 855275 Social Movement Learning and Knowledge Production in the Struggle for Peace with Social Justice: Case Studies from Four Conflict-Affected Contexts, 2018-2021

SN 855270 Optimising Wellbeing in Self-Isolation, 2020


The following new editions have been released:

SN 8846 Annual Population Survey, July 2020 – June 2021

SN 8833 Annual Population Survey, April 2020 – March 2021

SN 8789 Annual Population Survey, January – December 2020

SN 8742 Annual Population Survey, October 2019 – September 2020

SN 8685 Annual Population Survey, July 2019 – June 2020

SN 8647 Annual Population Survey, April 2019 – March 2020

SN 4244 Financial Characteristics of Large British Companies, 1880-1926

SN 7674 Labour Force Survey Household Datasets, 2002-2021: Secure Access


The following new datasets have been released to the Nesstar Catalogue:

SN 8867 Community Life Survey, 2020-2021

Our Data Catalogue provides access to order or to view further information on these data collections, or for access to the whole collection.

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