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Cathie Marsh Institute for Social Research (CMI)

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Research groups

The Cathie Marsh Institute (CMI) has nine research groups that address the Institute's theme of social and political inequality.

Our key themes

Research within the Cathie Marsh Institute is characterised by two overarching themes:

  • Complex data

We focus on methodological and statistical development, often with a strong science social component. Our work is supported primarily by research groups within the Disciplinary Area of Social Statistics.

  • Methods that make a difference

This theme focuses on population and social change, with the application of advanced quantitative methods to key social science questions.

See also