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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 Publications 31 - 60 of 343 in total

  1. New findings from E. Melero and co-authors describe advances in industrial relations

    Eduardo Melero

  2. Studies from University of Glasgow yield new information about mental health

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.

  3. Studies from University of Glasgow yield new information about mental health

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.

  4. 'How Fair is Britain' report shows that for UK, race is still the issue

  5. Equality report exposes a divided Britain

  6. Analysis: how fair is Britain?

  7. UK society is divided and unfair, report says

  8. Migration in later life: evidence from the British Household Panel Study

    Maria Evandrou, Jane Falkingham, and Marcus Green

  9. Why Sarah Palin is so happy

  10. Cloak and dagger

  11. UK to examine attitudes to food issues

  12. Long-term sick could be identified 3 years prior to going on benefit

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.

  13. Talking to your dad - a stress-buster!

    Antonia Keung and Gwyther Rees

  14. Long-term sick could be identified 3 years prior to going on benefit

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.

  15. Il lavoro rende felici?

  16. Research from University of Toronto in the area of labor relations published

    Sanford E. DeVoe, Byron Y. Lee, and Jeffrey Pfeffer

  17. Research from University of Toronto in the area of labor relations published

    Sanford E. DeVoe, Byron Y. Lee, and Jeffrey Pfeffer

  18. Working mums don't harm their babies

    John Ermisch and Marco Francesconi

  19. Significant increase in GP consultations for mental health: research

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.

  20. GPs 'could help prevent mental health benefits culture'

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.

  21. Long-term mental health problems 'could be spotted three years in advance'

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.

  22. GPs 'can spot long-term sick three years early'

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.

  23. GPs 'could spot patients at risk of benefit dependency'

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.

  24. Call for GPs to monitor mental health benefits

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.

  25. GPs to help tackle benefit dependency

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.

  26. GPs 'could help identity claimants'

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.

  27. GPs 'could help identity claimants'

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.

  28. GPs 'could help identity claimants'

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.

  29. GPs 'could help identity claimants'

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.

  30. GPs 'could help identity claimants'

    William Whittaker, Matthew Sutton, Margaret Maxwell, et al.


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