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  1. Part-time jobs: what women want?

    Alison L. Booth and Jan C. van Ours

    1. Sociology Of Labour
    2. Labour Economics
  2. Cognitive skills, gender and risk preferences

    Alison L. Booth and Pamela Katic

    1. Young People
    2. Social Psychology
  3. How to close the gender pay gap

    Wiji Arulampalam, Alison L. Booth, and Mark L. Bryan

  4. All-girl schools show edge

    Alison L. Booth and Patrick J. Nolen

  5. Does ethnic discrimination vary across minority groups? Evidence from a field experiment

    Alison L. Booth, Andrew Leigh, and Elena Varganova

    1. Labour Market
    2. Ethnic Groups
  6. Gender differences in risk behaviour: does nurture matter?

    Alison L. Booth and Patrick J. Nolen

  7. Australians like to walk on the safe side of life

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  8. Australians like to walk on the safe side of life

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  9. Spring cleaning, mental and physical

    Alison L. Booth and Patrick J. Nolen

  10. Women take more risks when men are not present

    Alison L. Booth and Patrick J. Nolen

  11. Single-sex route helps girls become high-fliers: study

    Alison L. Booth and Patrick J. Nolen

  12. Single-sex schools are more likely to produce high-flying career girls

    Alison L. Booth and Patrick J. Nolen

  13. All-girl schools 'produce the risk-takers'

    Alison L. Booth and Patrick J. Nolen

  14. Like men, women too take bigger risks!

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  15. Girls perform better in single-sex classes

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  16. Girls 'do far better in lessons when there are no boys to distract them'

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  17. Girls 'do far better in lessons when there are no boys to distract them'

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  18. Girls’ single-sex classes mean better exam and job prospects

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  19. Girls’ single-sex classes mean better exam and job prospects

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  20. Girls better in own classes

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  21. Girls thrive in single-sex classrooms

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  22. Single-sex classroom 'better for girls'

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  23. All-female classes 'best at university'

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  24. Girls 'do better' at university when classes are single sex

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  25. Girls 'do better' at university when classes are single sex

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  26. All-girl classes at university 'lead to better grades' with some saying they are more comfortable without boys in the classroom

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  27. Single sex class 'better for girls'

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  28. Girls perform better in 'single-sex' lessons at university

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

  29. Gender differences in risk aversion: do single-sex environments affect their development?

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen

    1. Higher Education
    2. Social Behaviour
  30. Boardrooms still a risky business for most women

    Alison L. Booth, Lina Cardona Sosa, and Patrick J. Nolen


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