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Displaying all 28 Publications

  1. Low income amongst the older population in the United Kingdom: a rural/non-rural perspective

    Lorna J. Philip and Alana Gilbert

  2. Evaluating the impact of missing data in social research: simulations and applications using the BHPS and the NCDS

    Robert Crouchley, Steve Bradley, and Gholamereza Oskrochi

    1. Labour Market
    2. Survey Methodology
    3. Wages And Earnings
  3. The impact of the introduction of the UK minimum wage on the employment probabilities of low wage workers

    Mark B. Stewart

  4. The personal distribution of income and imputed rent: a cross-national comparison for the UK, West Germany, and the USA

    Joachim Frick and Markus Grabka

  5. Estimating the wage effects of job mobility in Britain

    David J. Campbell

    1. Labour Market
    2. Wages And Earnings
  6. A decision heuristic for party identification: new British and German data and a new understanding for a classic concept

    Alan S. Zuckerman and Malcolm Brynin

  7. Social exclusion and labour market transitions: a multi-state multi-spell analysis using the BHPS

    Steve Bradley, Robert Crouchley, and Gholamereza Oskrochi

  8. Social capital: a review of the literature

  9. The Saving Gateway and the Child Trust Fund: is asset-based welfare 'well fair'?

    Carl Emmerson and Matthew Wakefield

  10. Informal care over time

    Michael Hirst and Sandra Hutton

    1. Welfare Benefits
    2. Social Policy
    3. Caregiving
  11. Immigrants in the UK and in West Germany: relative income positions, income portfolio, and redistribution effects

    Felix Büchel and Joachim Frick

    1. Demography
    2. Labour Economics
  12. Cumulative disadvantage or individualization? a comparative analysis of poverty risk and incidence

    Richard Layte and Christopher T. Whelan

  13. Agency, family influence, and young people at risk -mimeo-

    Jacqueline Scott

  14. Working Families' Tax credit: a review of the evidence, issues and prospects for further research

    Richard Blundell and Ian Walker

  15. The liberal democrats: strategy, structure & third party politics in contemporary Britain, 1999-2001

    Andrew Russell, Ed Fieldhouse, and Iain MacAllister

  16. Using simulation-based inference with panel data in health economics

    Paul Contoyannis, Andrea M. Jones, and Roberto Leon-Gonzalez

    1. Survey Methodology
    2. Health
  17. Overtime work, overtime compensation and the distribution of economic well-being: evidence for West Germany and Great Britain

    Markus Pannenberg and Gert G. Wagner

  18. Transition to adulthood in Great Britain and the process of globalization

    Katrin Golsch

  19. Families, poverty, work and care: a review of the literature on line parents and low-income couple families with children

    Jane Millar and Tess Ridge

    1. Lone Parents
    2. Poverty
    3. Household Economics
  20. Outcomes for children of poverty

    John Ermisch, Marco Francesconi, and David J. Pevalin

  21. The dynamics of poverty in Britain

    Stephen P. Jenkins, John A. Rigg, and Francesco Devicienti

  22. Measuring the quality of jobs

    Rannia M. Leontaridi and Peter J. Sloane

    1. Labour Market
    2. Labour Economics
    3. Wages And Earnings
  23. Parental support for young men -mimeo-

    John Ermisch

  24. An analysis of subjective views of job insecurity

    Francis Green, Andrew Dickerson, Alan Carruth, et al.

  25. The dynamics of living arrangements in later life: preliminary findings

    Maria Evandrou, Jane Falkingham, Katherine Rake, et al.

  26. Going into residential care: evidence from the BHPS 1991-1998

    Anne Scott, Maria Evandrou, Jane Falkingham, et al.

  27. SAGE: Simulating social policy for an ageing society a research agenda

    Maria Evandrou, Jane Falkingham, Paul Johnson, et al.

  28. Why rising tides don't lift all boats? an explanation of the relationship between poverty and unemployment in Britain -CASEpaper-

    Simon Burgess, Karen Gardiner, and Carol Propper

    1. Unemployment
    2. Poverty

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