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Dr Pierre Walthery
57/313
55 Gordon Square
London
WC1H 0NU
Tel: 02076126010
Appointment
  • Research Fellow
  • IOE - Social Science
  • UCL Institute of Education
Research Summary

I am a  Research Fellow at the Centre for Time Use Research (CTUR) since 2014. We moved from the University of Oxford to UCL in April 2019.

My  substantive research areas cover work and employment and subjective wellbeing through the prism of time diary analysis. In the past I have also made  a few incursions in health inequalities and industrial relations research. I am mainly using in quantitative methods (among which multilevel and latent variable modelling). My most recent work involves exploring enjoyment at work using the 2015 UK Time Use Surveys. I am also interested in modelling long term predictions of usual behaviour using mixed models.

He has a long experience working with governmental agencies, and has contributed to reports for the Government Equality Office on the gender pay gap , the Department of Health (Impact on health inequalities of the New Deal for Communities), the European Commission, as well as the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions(Flexible Working Time Arrangements).

Teaching Summary

I have been teaching introductory and advanced quantitative methods as well as sociology of gender and socio-economic inequalities at Masters Level at Manchester and Oxford University.

At UCL I am teaching on SOCS0049: Introduction to Data Analysis (Antonia Simon) and SOCS0045: Social Inequality and Mobility (Tak Wing Chan).

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