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Displaying Publications 61 - 90 of 270 in total

  1. Modelling a hierarchical event: an example of young people and academic qualifications using BHPS data

    Vernon Gayle

  2. Private medical insurance and saving: evidence from the BHPS

    Alessandra Guariglia and Mariacristina Rossi

  3. A panel exploration of travel to work: an investigation based on the British Household Panel Survey

    Joyce M. Dargay and Mark Hanly

  4. The political attitudes and choices of husbands and wives -draft: do not quote without authors' permission-

     Man Yee Kan and Anthony Heath

  5. Social inequality and differential educational plans

    Anita Koo

  6. Conceptualising and measuring social capital: a new approach

    Yaojun Li, Andrew Pickles, and Mike Savage

  7. Income inequality and health: a longitudinal analysis -draft: do not quote without authors' permission-

    Dean R. Lillard and Richard V. Burkhauser

    1. Income Dynamics
    2. Health
  8. Measuring health impacts of income change from BHPS data: choice of health measure matters -work in progress do not cite-

    Anne Ludbrook, MacDonald Mwale, and Ioannis Theodossiou

  9. The UK gender wage and gendered work histories

    Sylvia Walby and Wendy Olsen

  10. Housing and the dynamics of wealth-holding in the UK

    William Peterson

  11. Domestic work time and gender differentials in Great Britain, 1992-1998: facts, value judgements and subjective fairness exceptions

    Xavier Ramos

    1. Time Use
    2. Households
  12. Low pay, higher pay, earnings mobility and job satisfaction

    Rannia M. Leontaridi and Peter J. Sloane

  13. Unemployment scarring: a European perspective using micro data

    Wiji Arulampalam, Alison L. Booth, and Mark P. Taylor

  14. A cross-country comparison of survey nonparticipation in the ECHP -conference paper-

    Cheti Nicoletti and Franco Peracchi

  15. Britain's poorest children: severe and persistent poverty and social exclusion

    Laura Adelman, Sue Middleton, and Karl Ashworth

  16. Health changes and smoking: an economic analysis

    Andrew E. Clark and Fabrice Etilé

  17. Union coverage and non-standard work in Britain

    Alison L. Booth and Marco Francesconi

  18. BHPS-2003 Conference: the 2003 British Household Panel Survey Research Conference: 3-5 July 2003, Colchester UK

    1. Survey Methodology
    2. Household Economics
  19. Why Americans have no pals

    Stephen P. Jenkins and Lars Osberg

  20. Childcare for all - now

    Jonathan Gershuny

  21. Women fall victim in new divisions

    Jonathan Gershuny

  22. The mothers who can't afford to work

    Jonathan Gershuny

  23. Success breeds success

    Malcolm Brynin and Marco Francesconi

  24. Mothers' work 'determined by class'

    Jonathan Gershuny

  25. Tax is out of the bag

    Jonathan Gershuny

  26. Women in work divide increase

    Jonathan Gershuny

  27. Women's class gap

    Jonathan Gershuny

  28. Mums falling into a new class divide

    Jonathan Gershuny

  29. Work now creating a class gap for women

    Jonathan Gershuny

  30. Choices that make or break family life: letters

    Jonathan Gershuny

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