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Displaying Publications 1 - 30 of 33 in total

  1. Aging research: report summarizes aging research study findings from University of East Anglia

    Richard Berthoud, Morten Blekesaune, and Ruth Hancock

  2. Aging research: report summarizes aging research study findings from University of East Anglia

    Richard Berthoud, Morten Blekesaune, and Ruth Hancock

  3. Aging research: report summarizes aging research study findings from University of East Anglia

    Richard Berthoud, Morten Blekesaune, and Ruth Hancock

  4. Aging research: report summarizes aging research study findings from University of East Anglia

    Richard Berthoud, Morten Blekesaune, and Ruth Hancock

  5. Cross-national research gets underway

    Richard Berthoud and Maria Iacovou

  6. Cross-national research gets underway

    Richard Berthoud and Maria Iacovou

  7. Drive to slash benefits suffers early setback

    Richard Berthoud

  8. Drive to slash benefits suffers early setback

    Richard Berthoud

  9. Disability strategy rethink urged

    Richard Berthoud

  10. Back-to-work plans for disabled people flawed

    Richard Berthoud

  11. DWP-commissioned report questions benefit reforms

    Richard Berthoud

  12. 1.1m fewer people socially excluded

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

  13. Labour claims 1.1m fall in number of socially excluded

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

  14. 1.1m fewer people socially excluded

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

  15. It isn't babies that blight young lives

    Richard Berthoud, John Ermisch, Marco Francesconi, et al.

  16. Publication of DWP research report: dynamics of deprivation

    Richard Berthoud, Mark L. Bryan, and Elena Bardasi

  17. The Department for Work and Pensions ....

    Richard Berthoud, Mark L. Bryan, and Elena Bardasi

  18. The daily grind: review of 'willing slaves: how the overwork culture is ruling our lives

    Richard Berthoud and Jonathan Gershuny

  19. Live-in parents in break-up risk

    Richard Berthoud and Jonathan Gershuny

  20. The family shrinks to 1.6 children

    Richard Berthoud and Jonathan Gershuny

  21. Who dares (to get married) wins; what does 'family' mean to you? -book review of 'Seven Years..'

    Richard Berthoud and Jonathan Gershuny

  22. Women with the whole world at their feet

    Richard Berthoud and Jonathan Gershuny

  23. The changing state of female Britain

    Richard Berthoud and Jonathan Gershuny

  24. Poor politics

    Martha S. Hill, Stephen P. Jenkins, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  25. A cheery word or two about today's economy

    Richard Berthoud and Jonathan Gershuny

  26. Marriage brings little in way of tax benefits

    Jonathan Gershuny and Richard Berthoud

  27. Seven year study shows widening gap between work rich and work poor

    Richard Berthoud and Jonathan Gershuny

  28. 'Don't write marriage off just yet!'

    Jonathan Gershuny and Richard Berthoud

  29. Newsbeat

    Richard Berthoud and Jonathan Gershuny

  30. Book review -'Seven years in the lives of British families'-

    Richard Berthoud and Jonathan Gershuny


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