Children’s wellbeing not negatively affected by living in single parent households, study shows

A child's wellbeing is not negatively affected by living in single parent households according to a new study.

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Individualised pension age could improve social inequalities, research suggests

Individualising the pension age and targeting health interventions at low-income workers are two ways of reducing social inequalities, a new research project has suggested.

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University ranked in Times Higher Education world top 100 for social sciences

The University of Sheffield has been ranked as one of the world’s top universities for its teaching and research in the social sciences by Times Higher Education.

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New research projects to assess long term governance implications of Brexit across the UK

Researchers from across the Faculty will lead three major research projects exploring the long term governance implications of Brexit.

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Government-commissioned research will help law and accountancy firms

A major new research project led by the Management School will help mid-sized law and accountancy firms adopt artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to improve productivity.

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From the field to the classroom: How research feeds into teaching across the Faculty

Our academics take their fieldwork, methodologies and latest theories and bring them into lecture theatres and seminar rooms for students to learn, practice, question and develop. Find out how research led-teaching is taking place across the Faculty.

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