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Displaying Publications 1 - 30 of 6867 in total

  1. Grim up north or northern grit? Recessions and the English spatial health divide (1991–2010)

    Alison Copeland, Adetayo Kasim, and Clare Bambra

    1. Economics
    2. Health
    3. Area Effects
  2. Improving survey methods: lessons from recent research

    1. Survey Methodology
    2. Research
  3. Improving survey methods: general introduction

    Uwe Engel, Ben Jann, Peter Lynn, Annette Scherpenzeel, and Patrick Sturgis

    1. Survey Methodology
    2. Research
  4. Coping with nonresponse: overview and introduction

    Peter Lynn

  5. Targeted response inducement sttrategies on longitudinal surveys

    Peter Lynn

  6. Incident disability in older adults: prediction models based on two British prospective cohort studies

    Eveline Nuesch, Perel Pablo, Caroline E. Dale, David Prieto-Merino, Meena Kumari, Ann Bowling, and al. et

    1. Health
    2. Disability
    3. Older People
  7. Microsimulation and policy analysis

    Francesco Figari, Alari Paulus, and Holly Sutherland

    1. Microsimulation
    2. Public Policy
    3. Income Dynamics
  8. Job strain and the risk of stroke: an individual-participant data meta-analysis

    Eleonor I. Fransson, Solja T. Nyberg, Katriina Heikkila, Lars Alfredsson, Jakob B. Bjorner, ... ..., Meena Kumari, and al. et

    1. Labour Market
    2. Well Being
    3. Health
    4. Social Psychology
    5. Medicine
  9. What can international comparisons teach us about school choice and non-governmental schools in Europe?

    Jaap Dronkers and Silvia Avram

    1. Public Policy
    2. Government
    3. Education
  10. Self-employment as a route in and out of Britain's South East

    Darja Reuschke

    1. Migration
    2. Organizations And Firms
  11. The political economy of the Maoist conflict in India: an empirical analysis

    Joseph Gomes

    1. Politics
    2. Economics
    3. Law And Legislation
    4. Social Behaviour
  12. Creaming and parking in quasi-marketised welfare-to-work schemes: designed out of or designed in to the UK Work Programme?

    Eleanor Carter and Adam Whitworth

    1. Labour Market
    2. Public Policy
    3. Welfare Benefits
    4. Unemployment
  13. Thinking about time as money decreases environmental behavior

    Ashley V. Whillans and Elizabeth W. Dunn

    1. Wages And Earnings
    2. Economics
    3. Environmental Sociology
    4. Social Behaviour
    5. Psychology
    6. Organizations And Firms
  14. Exploring evidence for a prospective relationship between common mental disorder and meeting residential mobility preferences

    Charlotte Woodhead, Lisa Aschan, Michael T. Lynskey, Catherine Polling, Laura Goodwin, and Stephani L. Hatch

    1. Well Being
    2. Health
    3. Housing Market
  15. Mendelian randomization of blood lipids for coronary heart disease

    Michael V. Holmes, Folkert W. Asselbergs, Tom M. Palmer, Fotios Drenos, Matthew B. Lanktree, ... ..., Meena Kumari, and al. et

    1. Health
    2. Medicine
  16. Interactions between policy effects, population characteristics and the tax-benefit system: An illustration using child poverty and child related policies in Romania and the Czech Republic

    Silvia Avram and Eva Militaru

  17. How sticking together boosts couple's pay

    Stephen McKay

  18. Couples who stay together enjoy degree-equivalent boost to income

    Stephen McKay

  19. Honey, if we stick together, we earn more

    Stephen McKay

  20. Honey, if we stick together, we earn more

    Stephen McKay

  21. Couples who stay together can boost their income by an average 35%

    Stephen McKay

  22. Gene mutations as we grow old put us at risk of leukemia?

    Thomas McKerrell, Naomi Park, Thaidy Moreno, Carolyn Grove, Hannes Ponstingl, Jonathan Stephens, Group Understanding, Charles Crawley, Mike A. Scott, Clare Hodkinson, Joanna Baxter, Roland Rad, Duncan R. Forsyth, Michael A. Quail, Eleftheria Zeggini, Willem Ouwehand, Ignacio Varela, and George S. Vassiliou

  23. Leukemia-associated somatic mutations drive distinct patterns of age-related clonal hemopoiesis

    Thomas McKerrell, Naomi Park, Thaidy Moreno, Carolyn Grove, Hannes Ponstingl, Jonathan Stephens, Group Understanding, Charles Crawley, Jenny Craig, Mike A. Scott, Clare Hodkinson, Joanna Baxter, Roland Rad, Duncan R. Forsyth, Michael A. Quail, Eleftheria Zeggini, Willem Ouwehand, Ignacio Varela, and George S. Vassiliou

    1. Health
    2. Older People
    3. Medicine
  24. You need to get out more

    Ian Alcock, Mathew P. White, Benedict W. Wheeler, Lora E. Fleming, and Michael H. Depledge

  25. How the immigration issue will help Labour win the May British election, but suffer in the long run

    Eric Kaufmann

  26. New findings show stark inequalities in ageing as Government encourages us to work longer

    Sara Arber

  27. Stark inequalities in aging as UK government encourages people to work longer

    Sara Arber

  28. Stark inequalities in aging as UK government encourages people to work longer

    Sara Arber

  29. The National Minimum Wage and its interaction with the tax and benefits system: a focus on Universal Credit

    Mike Brewer and Paola De Agostini

  30. Breaking out: in Britain, Bangladeshis have overtaken Pakistanis. Credit the poor job market when they arrived and the magical effect of London

    Shamit Saggar


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