TWEET TO THE CONFERENCE HASHTAG #ADRN2017
ADRN2017 welcomed everyone, inside or outside the ADRN & CALLS-HUB, to attend our annual research conference
The conference was aimed at:
Submissions and review procedure:
All abstracts were reviewed by the Conference Scientific Committee. Authors were notified of abstract acceptance and whether they were assigned an oral or poster presentation.
Entrance to the two days of sessions: £90.
Social Evening 1 June - free Museums access, Conference Dinner: £60.
Exclusive Conference Book with full abstracts, key speaker biographies: £5.
>>> LATEST NEWS <<<
26 Jun '17 Plenary videos published
4 Jun '17 some Thank Yous
2 Jun '17 Poster Prizes announced
1 Jun '17 Game page added
26 May '17 Social Evening info page added
25 May '17 BBC Weather forecast page added
22 May '17 a Run before the Conference Dinner
22 May '17 Chairs added to the Programme
24 Apr '17 Waitlist now in operation
11 Apr '17 Free mobile app now has poster info
6 Apr '17 Full programme on agenda page
12 Jan '17 EC CC-ME Roundtable announced
23 Dec '16 Confirmed speakers:
David Yokum (The Lab @ DC), Johan Mackenbach (Erasmus), Julia Lane (NYU)
This year, colleagues from outside the ADRN network, researchers, policy makers and practitioners attended our 2 day conference and joined the conversation on making the best use of administrative data as a research resource for social science research.
Researchers and policy makers talked about:
The Substantive Value of Administrative Data Research
Methodological Challenges and Innovations
The Law, Ethics, Public Acceptability of Using Administrative Data for Research
Technical Aspects of Administrative Data Processing
Specialist sessions sponsored by CALLS-HUB
In addition, a roundtable session and posters was presented by the Competence Centre on Microeconomic Evaluation (CC-ME) – part of the Joint Research Centre (JRC) for the European Commission’s science and knowledge service. The CC-ME aims to enhance the EU policy process through ex-post causal evaluation and data-driven microeconomic analysis.
All plenary sessions and some parallel sessions were filmed and it is aimed to place them on the ADRN website for those who cannot attend and promotional purposes. Filming was by Being There Media. If you have any concerns about the filming please email firstname.lastname@example.org