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LIDA Seminar: Spatial Disadvantage

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LIDA Staff Room, Level 11 Worsley Building

University of Leeds

Clarendon Way

Leeds, United Kingdom

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The Leeds Institute for Data Analytics is pleased to announce another seminar of the series showcasing data analytics.

For this event we welcome Dr Sandy Tubeuf, Associate Professor of Health Economics at the Leeds Institute of Health Sciences, from the University of Leeds. Dr Tubeuf's talk is titled "Evaluating neighbourhood based policies using secondary data: the Neighbourhood Management Pathfinder Programme". We also welcome our second speaker Dr Stephen Clark from the School of Geography at the University of Leeds. Dr Clark's talk is titled "A spatial microsimulation using England and Wales Census and English Longitudinal Study of Aging (ELSA) data to estimate sub-regional morbidities for the over 50 year olds".

Our main speaker for this event, Professor Robert Tanton, we welcome from The University of Canberra in Australia. Professor Tanton works in the National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling (NATSEM), and his presentation is titled "Measuring and Modelling spatial disadvantage".

Following the seminar there will be networking reception with drinks and nibbles.

We look forward to seeing you there.

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15:15: Registration LIDA reception

15:30: Dr Sandy Tubeuf – Evaluating neighbourhood based policies using secondary data: the Neighbourhood Management Pathfinder Programme.

15:45: Dr Stephen Clark – A spatial microsimulation using England and Wales Census and English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA) data to estimate sub-regional morbidities for the over 50 year olds

16:00: Prof Robert TantonMeasuring and Modelling spatial disadvantage

17:00: Refreshments and networking

18:00: Close

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