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Dr Paul Fisher Research Fellow, University of Essex

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pfishe@essex.ac.uk
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01206 873994
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Curriculum vitae

Research Interests:

My research spans a variety of areas in applied economics. Ongoing projects cover: labour economics, economic demography and health economics. I am also interested in the design, collection and analysis of survey data, particularly with regard to the measurement of household living standards. I am a member of the Understanding Society: the UK Household Longitudinal Study team responsible for income research (https://www.understandingsociety.ac.uk/). 

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    Publications

    Displaying all 4 publications

    1. The impact of a personalised blood pressure warning on health outcomes and behaviours

      Sonia Bhalotra, Adeline Delavande, Paul Fisher, et al.

      1. Survey Methodology
      2. Health
      3. Biology
    2. Does repeated measurement improve income data quality?

      Paul Fisher

      1. Economics
      2. Survey Methodology
      3. Income Dynamics
    3. British tax credit simplification, the intra-household distribution of income and family consumption

      Paul Fisher

      1. Households
      2. Welfare Benefits
      3. Taxation
      4. Sociology Of Households
    4. Dif-in-dif estimators of multiplicative treatment effects

      Paul Fisher and Emanuele Ciani


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    1. Black, minority Britons hit hardest by COVID job losses, researchers say

      1. Demography
      2. Labour Market
      3. Unemployment
      4. Economics
      5. Poverty
      6. Welfare Benefits
      7. Survey Methodology
      8. Income Dynamics
      9. Savings And Assets
      10. Wages And Earnings
      11. Household Economics
      12. Debt: Indebtedness
      13. Ethnic Groups
      14. Health
      15. Finance
      16. Social Stratification
      17. Covid 19
    2. Coronavirus hitting BAME and single parent families worst financially

      1. Demography
      2. Labour Market
      3. Unemployment
      4. Economics
      5. Poverty
      6. Welfare Benefits
      7. Survey Methodology
      8. Income Dynamics
      9. Savings And Assets
      10. Wages And Earnings
      11. Household Economics
      12. Debt: Indebtedness
      13. Ethnic Groups
      14. Health
      15. Finance
      16. Social Stratification
      17. Covid 19
    3. BAME and single-parent families worst hit financially by Covid-19

      1. Demography
      2. Labour Market
      3. Unemployment
      4. Economics
      5. Poverty
      6. Welfare Benefits
      7. Survey Methodology
      8. Income Dynamics
      9. Savings And Assets
      10. Wages And Earnings
      11. Household Economics
      12. Debt: Indebtedness
      13. Ethnic Groups
      14. Health
      15. Finance
      16. Social Stratification
      17. Covid 19
    4. Single mothers and lowest paid hit hardest by loss of income in Covid-19 crisis

      1. Lone Parents
      2. Labour Market
      3. Unemployment
      4. Economics
      5. Poverty
      6. Welfare Benefits
      7. Income Dynamics
      8. Savings And Assets
      9. Wages And Earnings
      10. Household Economics
      11. Debt: Indebtedness
      12. Health
      13. Finance
      14. Caregiving
      15. Covid 19

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