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BHPS publications

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 91 - 120 of 183 in total

  1. Constructing consistent work-life histories: a guide for users of the British Household Panel Survey

    David C. Mare

  2. Summarizing multiple deprivation indicators

    Lorenzo Cappellari and Stephen P. Jenkins

    1. Econometrics
    2. Poverty
  3. People's trust: the design of a survey-based experiment

    John Ermisch and Diego Gambetta

  4. Friendship ties and geographical mobility: evidence from the BHPS

    Michèle Belot and John Ermisch

    1. Social Groups
    2. Regional Economics
    3. Social Capital
  5. The dynamics of perception: modelling subjective well-being in a short panel

    Stephen Pudney

  6. Transitions out of and back to employment among older men and women in the UK

    David Haardt

    1. Older People
    2. Labour Market
  7. The impact of internal migration on married couples' earnings in Britain, with a comparison to the United States

    McKinley L. Blackburn

    1. Migration
    2. Labour Market
  8. Fairness in the family: implications for parent-adult child interactions

    John Ermisch

  9. Child support and non-resident fathers' contact with their children

    John Ermisch

    1. Family Formation And Dissolution
    2. Income Dynamics
  10. Infusing time diary evidence into panel data: an exercise in calibrating time-use estimates for the BHPS

     Man Yee Kan and Jonathan Gershuny

  11. An economic history of bastardy in England and Wales

    John Ermisch

  12. Tied migration and subsequent employment: evidence from couples in Britain

    Mark P. Taylor

    1. Migration
    2. Labour Market
  13. The psychological costs of unsustainable housing commitments

    Mark P. Taylor, David J. Pevalin, and Jennifer Todd

    1. Psychology
    2. Well Being
    3. Housing Market
  14. Human capital and social position in Britain: creating a measure of wage-earning potential from BHPS data

     Man Yee Kan and Jonathan Gershuny

  15. Dual-earner migration in Britain: earnings gains, employment, and self-selection

    Birgitta Rabe

    1. Migration
    2. Labour Market
    3. Wages And Earnings
  16. Work orientation and wives' employment careers: an evaluation of Hakim's preference theory

     Man Yee Kan

    1. Labour Market
    2. Social Attitudes
  17. Modelling poverty by not modelling poverty: an application of a simultaneous hazards approach to the UK

    Arnstein Aassve, Simon Burgess, Matt Dickson, et al.

  18. Intergenerational earnings mobility: changes across cohorts in Britain

    John Ermisch and Cheti Nicoletti

  19. Cinema is good for you: the effects of cinema attendance on self reported anxiety or depression and 'happiness'

    S.C. Noah Uhrig

  20. Are Scottish degrees better?

    Mark P. Taylor and Robert E. Wright

    1. Education
    2. Wages And Earnings
    3. Higher Education
  21. Marriage and wages

    Elena Bardasi and Mark P. Taylor

  22. The gender gap in private pensions

    Elena Bardasi and Stephen P. Jenkins

  23. The effects of income imputation on micro analyses: evidence from the ECHP

    Cheti Nicoletti and Franco Peracchi

  24. Intergenerational mobility and sample selection in short panels

    Marco Francesconi and Cheti Nicoletti

  25. The long-term effectiveness of refusal conversion procedures on longitudinal surveys

    Jonathan Burton, Heather Laurie, and Peter Lynn

  26. The consequences of 'in-work' benefit reform in Britain: new evidence from panel data

    Marco Francesconi and Wilbert van der Klaauw

  27. Modelling low pay transition probabilities, accounting for panel attrition, non-response, and initial conditions

    Lorenzo Cappellari and Stephen P. Jenkins

    1. Survey Methodology
    2. Wages And Earnings
  28. Explaining interviewee contact and co-operation in the British and German Household Panels

    Cheti Nicoletti and Nick Buck

  29. And in the evening she's a singer with the band: second jobs, plight or pleasure

    René Böheim and Mark P. Taylor

  30. Parent and adult-child interactions: empirical evidence from Britain

    John Ermisch


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