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  1. Great expectations? the transmission of inequality and attitudes to inheritance

    Karen Rowlingson and Stephen McKay

  2. Panel conditioning and scale reliability: evidence from the British Household Panel Study

    Patrick Sturgis and Nick Allum

  3. Changing travel behaviour

    Phil Goodwin, Sally Cairns, Joyce Dargay, et al.

    1. Environmental Sociology
    2. Public Policy
    3. Transport
  4. The determinants of demand for private medical insurance: evidence from the British Household Panel Survey

    Gavin Wallis

    1. Insurance
    2. Health
  5. Economics of national identity

    Yener Altunbas, Shanti P. Chakravarty, and Frank Steffen

    1. Elections. Electoral Behaviour
    2. Citizenship
    3. Government
  6. The nature of sample attrition in the ECHP

    F. Gallo, S. Mastrovita, and I. Siciliani

  7. Using fixed effects panel analysis to investigate correlations between civic membership and political engagement: causation or self-selection?

    Mayling Birney

    1. Elections. Electoral Behaviour
    2. Social Behaviour
  8. Volatility of car ownership, commuting mode and time in the UK

    Joyce M. Dargay and Mark Hanly

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