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Displaying Publications 91 - 120 of 199 in total

  1. Support marriage and 'renovate the world'

    Elena Bardasi and Mark P. Taylor

  2. Married men earn more if wives do the chores

    Elena Bardasi and Mark P. Taylor

  3. Labour market behaviour of older workers

    John A. Rigg and Mark P. Taylor

  4. Marriages and wages

    Mark P. Taylor and Elena Bardasi

    1. Family Formation And Dissolution
    2. Wages And Earnings
  5. Multiple disadvantage in Britain: analysis of the British Household Panel Survey (1997-2003)

    Mark P. Taylor

    1. Social Exclusion
    2. Income Dynamics
  6. Are Scottish degrees better?

    Mark P. Taylor and Robert E. Wright

    1. Education
    2. Wages And Earnings
    3. Higher Education
  7. Marriage and wages

    Elena Bardasi and Mark P. Taylor

  8. An analysis of the household characteristics of minimum wage recipients: report prepared for the Low Pay Commission

    Mark L. Bryan and Mark P. Taylor

    1. Households
    2. Wages And Earnings
  9. Low income and multiple disadvantage 1991-2001: analysis of the British Household Panel Survey: a report for the Social Exclusion Unit in the Breaking the Cycle series

    Mark P. Taylor, Richard Berthoud, and Stephen P. Jenkins

    1. Social Exclusion
    2. Income Dynamics
  10. Are Scottish degrees better?

    Mark P. Taylor and Robert E. Wright

  11. Scottish degrees can seriously damage your wealth, says study

    Mark P. Taylor and Robert E. Wright

  12. Self-employment in Britain: when, who and why?

    Mark P. Taylor

    1. Labour Market
    2. Well Being
  13. Job creators

    Marc Cowling, Mark P. Taylor, and Peter Mitchell

    1. Human Capital
    2. Labour Market
    3. Labour Economics
  14. Actual and preferred working hours

    René Böheim and Mark P. Taylor

  15. Degrees gap on earnings

    Mark P. Taylor and Robert E. Wright

  16. Survey uncovers pay inequality among Scots and English graduates

    Mark P. Taylor and Robert E. Wright

  17. Scottish graduates 'earn far less than English'

    Mark P. Taylor and Robert E. Wright

  18. Why a degree is worth less if it's from Scotland

    Mark P. Taylor and Robert E. Wright

  19. And in the evening she's a singer with the band: second jobs, plight or pleasure

    René Böheim and Mark P. Taylor

  20. Working at the double

    Böheim René Böheim René and Mark P. Taylor

  21. Working time: clocking off

    Mark P. Taylor and Böheim René Böheim René

  22. Unemployment scarring: a European perspective using micro data

    Wiji Arulampalam, Alison L. Booth, and Mark P. Taylor

  23. Option or obligation? The determinants of labour supply preferences in Britain

    René Böheim and Mark P. Taylor

  24. The dynamics of second job holding in the UK

    René Böheim and Mark P. Taylor

  25. I am told that I should carry out an internal workforce survey to determine morale. Should I?: Personal Trainer column

    Mark P. Taylor

  26. Reality bites

    Mark P. Taylor

  27. Cutting room

    Mark P. Taylor

  28. Flexible working

    Mark P. Taylor

  29. Straight talking

    Mark P. Taylor

  30. Study reveals Monday blues

    Mark P. Taylor


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