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Dr Malcolm Brynin Graduate Director; Reader, University of Essex

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Research Interests

  • labour-market and social effects of education and skills
  • the social impact of information and communication technologies
  • the family
  • social values
  • voting

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    Publications

    Displaying publications 1 - 15 of 17 in total

    1. Gender and ethnic occupational segregation

      Malcolm Brynin

    2. Occupational Change in Britain and Germany

      Simonetta Longhi and Malcolm Brynin

    3. Occupational Change in Britain and Germany

      Simonetta Longhi and Malcolm Brynin

    4. Occupational Change in Britain and Germany

      Simonetta Longhi and Malcolm Brynin

    5. Occupational Flexibility: The Career Trajectories of IT Workers

      Malcolm Brynin

    6. The Effects on Employment and Wages of the Expansion of Higher Education

      Malcolm Brynin

    7. Occupational Change in IT

      Michael Rose and Malcolm Brynin

    8. The Wage Effects of Educational Expansion

      Malcolm Brynin

    9. How Close Are Couples? The Domestic Division of Labour and Homogamy

      Malcolm Brynin, Álvaro Martínez Pérez, and Simonetta Longhi

    10. Overqualification and Career

      Simonetta Longhi and Malcolm Brynin

    11. The Relative Gains from Computer Usage and Skills: a Gender Perspective

      Malcolm Brynin

    12. The Wage Effect of Engagement with Computers at Home and at Work: does gender make a difference?

      Malcolm Brynin

    13. The Mobility of Tele-mediated Work over Time

      Malcolm Brynin

    14. Teleworking and Skills

      Malcolm Brynin

    15. The Wage Effect of Engagement with Computers at Home and at Work: does gender make a difference?

      Malcolm Brynin


    Media

    Displaying media publications 1 - 15 of 112 in total

    1. FactCheck: the truth about the black pay gap

    2. Minority report: ethnic minorities in Britain are experiencing contrasting fortunes when we look at pay and poverty

    3. Forget the gender pay gap – Cameron should address the ‘ethnic deficit’ instead

    4. Love: the first cut is the deepest

    5. University degrees are worth over £100,000 in additional earnings

    6. Busted flush? Research shows worsening odds on university study 'gamble'

    7. Degrees losing power to reap higher salary

    8. Graduates' pay advantage falls by third during university boom

    9. University education is a financial ‘gamble’ as study shows advantage of a degree has dropped drastically over the last 20 years

    10. Pay gap narrows for Britain's growing graduate workforce

    11. Pay gap narrows for Britain's growing graduate workforce

    12. 'Wage premium' of a degree falls by a third under university boom

    13. Busted flush? Research shows worsening odds on university study 'gamble'

    14. University education is a financial ‘gamble’ as study shows advantage of a degree has dropped drastically over the last 20 years

    15. Reliving your first fling


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