Dr Lisa Buckner
I joined the university as a Senior Research Fellow in January 2006 and became a lecturer in July 2012. My specialist areas are the analysis of large and complex data sets, and the use of official statistics and surveys for policy-applied research.
Before coming to Leeds, I was at the Centre for Social Inclusion and CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University. I have previously worked as a local government demographer and in Census Division at the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
- Deputy Director of Student Education
My research interest are policy-applied quantitative research on gender, employment, caring and equality at the local level, in particular the following areas.
- Inequality and local labour markets
- Balancing paid employment and unpaid care
- 'Working below potential'
- PhD Outdoor Pig Production
- MSc Mathematical Biology
- BSc (Hons) Mathematics and Statistics
- Royal Statistical Society
I am the module leader for SLSP2010 Sociology and Social Policy Research Methods and SLSP5307M Quantitative Methods. I also teach sessions on the Sociology of Work (SLSP2675) and Researching Society and Culture (SLSP5301M).<h4>Postgraduate research opportunities</h4> <p>The school welcomes enquiries from motivated and qualified applicants from all around the world who are interested in PhD study. Our <a href="https://essl.leeds.ac.uk/research-opportunities">research opportunities</a> allow you to search for projects and scholarships.</p>