Research Study on the impact of benefit changes on disabled self-employed people

AAT has been asked to publicize this Research Study to self-employed members.

Please note the closing date for volunteering for this Research Study is 30 September 2019.

Are you a disabled business owner, or self-employed member, based in the UK?

Have you been affected by changes to disability and work-related benefits, such as Disability Living Allowance and Access to Work, over the past decade?

If so, consider supporting a research study funded by Manchester Metropolitan University on the impact of benefit changes on (1) personal well-being, (2) working practices and (3) business performance of disabled people and those with long-term health conditions who are in self-employment.

The study will inform policy makers by contributing to our understanding of the role that welfare support plays in enabling, or constraining, self-employed people and those aspiring to become self-employed.

Taking part in the study involves an interview, face-to-face or over the telephone.
More information

If you are interested in participating, then by 30 September 2019 please contact:
Dr Eva Kašperová
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 07944856484

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