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We maintain a database of publications which use BHPS data (journal articles, book chapters, books, conference papers/proceedings, official publications, working papers, dissertations) and it is important that we keep it up to date.

If you have any recent publications which use the BHPS, and which are not already included in the database, please contact the publications@understandingsociety.ac.uk.

Displaying all 29 Publications

  1. UK wealth gap grows as homeowners save more but renters suffer

    Matt Barnes and Chris Lord

  2. The social mobility myth

    Jo Blanden, Paul Gregg, and Stephen Machin

  3. The social mobility myth

    Jo Blanden, Paul Gregg, and Stephen Machin

  4. Teens unhappiest as well-being of country’s children in decline

    Gwyther Rees, Haridhan Goswami, Larissa Pople, et al.

  5. Children's happiness in on the decline, report says

    Gwyther Rees, Haridhan Goswami, Larissa Pople, et al.

  6. Is cherry-picking disability data at all fruitful?

    Ruth Hancock, Marcello Morciano, Stephen Pudney, et al.

  7. Is cherry-picking disability data at all fruitful?

    Ruth Hancock, Marcello Morciano, Stephen Pudney, et al.

  8. The long reach of childhood bullying

    Nattavudh Powdthavee

    1. Young People
    2. Unemployment
    3. Social Psychology
  9. The secret to turning your children into savers? Don't give them pocket money

    Sarah Brown and Karl Taylor

  10. In brief: British Household Panel Survey - 24 hour drinking linked to rise in work absences

    Colin P. Green and Maria Navarro Paniagua

  11. Later pub hours cause more Britons to call in sick

    Colin P. Green and Maria Navarro Paniagua

  12. Paper round not pocket money best for children

    Sarah Brown and Karl Taylor

  13. Recession stalls social mobility for current generation

    Tina Rampino and Mark P. Taylor

  14. Want a baby? Move nearer to Granny..

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  15. Recession is stalling social mobility for a generation of teenagers, claims report

    Tina Rampino and Mark P. Taylor

  16. Recession halting social mobility for teenagers, claims report

    Tina Rampino and Mark P. Taylor

  17. Want a baby? Live near your mom, study finds

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  18. Got babies on the brain? Live near your mother and it's more likely to happen, study finds

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  19. Close-knit families 'have more babies'

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  20. Preggy rates all relative

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  21. Preggy rates all relative

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  22. Want a child? Then live near your mother

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  23. Chances of becoming dad get a boost when mum-in-law lives nearby

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  24. Want a baby? Move nearer to Granny… New research shows ‘Kin Factor’ can play a significant role in low-fertility Britain

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  25. Women who live near their mothers are more likely to get pregnant

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  26. Chances of becoming a father are better if mother-in-law lives nearby

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  27. Women have more babies 'if their parents live nearby'

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  28. Want a baby? Move nearer to Granny..

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  29. Stressful life raises diabetes risk by third

    Paula M.C. Mommersteeg, Raphael Herr, Wobbe P. Zijlstra, et al.


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