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New report on Time Credits published

Sep 09, 2016

Emerging findings paper 2 - Wisbech Time Credits Partner Organisation Case Studies - is the latest paper from the evaluation of the Cambridgeshire Time Credits project in Wisbech. This report is the second of a series of papers on emerging findings from the evaluation. It draws on in depth face to face interviews with members of Time Credit partner organisations where people earn Time Credits. The case studies in this report summarise the stories of five Time Credit partner organisations.

Using Ethnographic Methodologies to Evaluate Time Credits – working paper published

Aug 26, 2016

A paper from the evaluation of the Cambridgeshire Time Credits project in Wisbech has just been published. It analyses the use of ethnographic methodologies to evaluate an initiative such as Time Credits.

Time Credits in Wisbech – working paper published

Aug 26, 2016

A paper from the evaluation of the Cambridgeshire Time Credits project in Wisbech has just been published. It outlines the context in which the Time Credits programme operates in Wisbech.

The potential for Time Credits to generate public health outcomes – interim report published

Jul 08, 2016

A report detailing the interim findings from the evaluation of the public health outcomes of the Cambridgeshire Time Credits project in Wisbech has just been published.

Experimental review of the Cambridge Travel to Work Area (TTWA) as a tool for informing local housing policy - including a study of the Ely housing market in the context of the Cambridge TTWA

Jun 23, 2016

Travel To Work Areas are used primarily to understand local labour markets, but are also used in housing planning. However, TTWAs do not allow for overlap. Taking Cambridge as their example Chihiro Udagawa and Dr Paul Sanderson identify commuting areas for Cambridge that lie within the boundaries of other employment hubs. Their study suggests care should be taken when using TTWAs for housing planning purposes.

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