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Professor Stephen Jenkins Visiting Professor, University of Essex

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Curriculum vitae

Research interests

Research on applied micro-economics with particular reference to the distribution of income and its redistribution through taxation, social security and the labour market. Including inequality and poverty measurement; income mobility and poverty dynamics; modelling labour supply and social security benefit spell durations; survival analysis

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Publications

Displaying publications 1 - 15 of 300 in total

  1. Survey under-coverage of top incomes and estimation of inequality: what is the role of the UK’s SPI adjustment?

    Richard V. Burkhauser, Nicolas Hérault, Stephen P. Jenkins, et al.

    1. Statistical Analysis
    2. Income Dynamics
    3. Taxation
    4. Surveys
  2. How valid are synthetic panel estimates of poverty dynamics?

    Nicolas Hérault and Stephen P. Jenkins

  3. Top incomes and inequality in the UK: reconciling estimates from household survey and tax return data

    Richard V. Burkhauser, Nicolas Hérault, Stephen P. Jenkins, et al.

    1. Households
    2. Economics
    3. Income Dynamics
    4. Taxation
  4. Tony Atkinson and his legacy

    Rolf Aaberge, François Bourguignon, Andrea Brandolini, et al.

  5. Survey under-coverage of top incomes and estimation of inequality: what is the role of the UK’s SPI adjustment?

    Richard V. Burkhauser, Nicolas Hérault, Stephen P. Jenkins, et al.

    1. Statistical Analysis
    2. Income Dynamics
    3. Taxation
    4. Surveys
  6. How does attrition affect estimates of persistent poverty rates? The case of EU SILC

    Stephen P. Jenkins and Philippe Van Kerm

    1. Social Inclusion
    2. Poverty
    3. Survey Methodology
  7. Anthony B. Atkinson (1944-)

    Stephen P. Jenkins

    1. General Reference Works
    2. History
    3. Economics
    4. Higher Education
  8. Pareto models, top incomes, and recent trends in UK income inequality

    Stephen P. Jenkins

    1. Statistical Mathematics
    2. Households
    3. Income Dynamics
    4. Taxation
    5. Surveys
  9. Assessing individual income growth

    Stephen P. Jenkins and Philippe Van Kerm

    1. Households
    2. Income Dynamics
  10. Pareto models, top incomes, and recent trends in UK income inequality

    Stephen P. Jenkins

    1. Statistical Mathematics
    2. Households
    3. Income Dynamics
    4. Taxation
    5. Surveys
  11. Multilevel modelling of country effects: a cautionary tale

    Mark L. Bryan and Stephen P. Jenkins

  12. What has been happening to UK income inequality since the mid-1990s? Answers from reconciled and combined household survey and tax return data

    Richard V. Burkhauser, Nicolas Hérault, Stephen P. Jenkins, et al.

    1. Households
    2. Economics
    3. Income Dynamics
    4. Taxation
    5. Surveys
  13. Poverty trends in Turkey

    Sirma Demir Șeker and Stephen P. Jenkins

  14. Public policy and Stata

    Stephen P. Jenkins

    1. Statistical Analysis
    2. Computing
    3. Public Policy
  15. Income mobility

    Markus Jäntti and Stephen P. Jenkins

    1. Economics
    2. Income Dynamics

Media

Displaying media publications 1 - 15 of 110 in total

  1. Bankruptcies rising fastest amongst middle-aged women

  2. Bankruptcies rise fastest among middle-aged women: jumps 37% over last year

  3. Bankruptcies rise fastest among middle-aged women: jumps 37% over last year

  4. Middle-aged females suffer most in credit crunch

  5. Debt is a feminist issue

  6. Science, love, fidelity and small rodents

  7. Can we afford family breakdown?

  8. Tories discover poverty at least, but is it all in the family?

  9. Why feminism favours men

  10. Who 'wins' in a divorce, mom or dad?

  11. Inequality in the UK: the data behind the National Equality

  12. We owe children a good education

  13. Divorce makes men the richer sex

  14. Children to be educated on how to avoid debt

  15. Primary school children to be given compulsory lessons on avoiding debt


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