This was a 2 day workshop combining presentations and discussions on how to measure and to model social and ethnic segregation, with demonstration of software available to do so. It also explored methods and techniques available to use, collate and combine new sources of administrative and other micro-data.
It was hosted by the Bristol Institute of Public Affairs (Centre for Market and Public Organisation and Centre for Multilevel Modelling), and sponsored by the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) in conjunction with the South West Branch of the Regional Studies Association and the Quantitative Methods Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG).
Conference Organiser: Dr Rich Harris
The content of the workshop, including some training material, is available by following the link below.