Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Mainly subject files, consisting of papers and correspondence received by JEP, but also including some Conservative policy and Shadow Cabinet papers.
Papers and statistics on immigration, including: statements and drafts of immigration rules for control on entry; statements and notes by JEP on immigration figures; official tables for immigration figures; letters from Reginald Maudling, Home Secretary, on immigration statistics (2); minutes of evidence from the select committee on race relations and immigration; Home Office pamphlet on current politics, including immigration.
Papers connected with market research and social survey procedures, including interviewers and interview techniques.
Committee correspondence, meeting minutes and agendas, memoranda, and background papers from the London School of Economics Survey Research Unit. Includes papers connected to projects on quotas and random sampling techniques; dealing with non-responses to surveys; questionnaires and interviewer bias; participant recall and memory; and statistical methods. Includes correspondence with Mark Abrams regarding the setting of LSE Economics undergraduate examination questions.
This small collection mostly relates to Kendall's research and work on mathematical statistics. There are also some personal research papers about the mountaineer Rev. Charles Hudson.