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HILDA Survey User Virtual Colloquium: Celebrating 21 years

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To celebrate our 21st anniversary, we are hosting the first virtual colloquia of the HILDA Survey

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It has been 21 years since work on the design of the HILDA Survey commenced. To mark and celebrate this milestone, the Melbourne Institute is holding a series of weekly virtual colloquia (over a six-week period) to showcase new research based on the data the HILDA Survey has generated to date.

Each session provides the opportunity for new and experienced international researchers to gather and discuss their recent findings using HILDA Survey data, and to communicate their research to a wider audience. We particularly welcome audiences from both government and non-government organisations who want to learn about the HILDA Survey data and the types of research and policy questions that are being examined.

Sesion information and registration is available on the HILDA Survey User Virtual Colloquium: Celebrating 21 years website.

Events are online and all are free to attend, but you do need to register in advance.

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The Melbourne Institute is Australia’s pre-eminent economic and social policy research institution. It undertakes high quality, independent and impartial applied research, and contributes to the development of public policy in Australia.

Established in 1962, the Institute provides high calibre, peer-reviewed levels of research to government, business and community groups. It is internationally renowned for its HILDA and MABEL Surveys, as well as its measurement of economic and social indicators.

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