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Displaying Publications 1 - 30 of 43 in total

Current search: 'Ben Anderson'

  1. Estimating the small area effects of austerity measures in the UK

    Ben Anderson, Paola De Agostini, and Tony Lawson

    1. Economics
    2. Microsimulation
  2. How green are we?

    Simonetta Longhi, Peter Lynn, and Ben Anderson

  3. What makes us act green? London event for policy makers and academics

    Simonetta Longhi, Peter Lynn, and Ben Anderson

  4. The social impact of broadband Internet in the home

    Ben Anderson and Yoel Raban

  5. Introduction

    Malcolm Brynin, Yoel Raban, and Ben Anderson

  6. Information Communication Technologies and our lives

    Ben Anderson

  7. Social capital, quality of life, employment and ICTs

    Paul Stoneman and Ben Anderson

  8. WMM D3.3 'Utilities' Trends, Elasticities and Cohort Analysis

    Paola De Agostini and Ben Anderson

  9. Everyday Domestic Research in the Knowledge Society: How Ordinary People Use Information and Communication Technologies to Participate

    Ben Anderson

  10. The social impact of broadband household internet access

    Ben Anderson and Yoel Raban

  11. The value of mixed-method longitudinal panel studies in ICT research: transitions in and out of 'ICT poverty' as a case in point

    Ben Anderson

  12. The Digital Divide - where's the beef?

    Ben Anderson

  13. The Social Impact of Broadband Household Internet Access

    Ben Anderson and Yoel Raban

  14. Passing by and Passing through: the social dynamics of ICT adoption

    Ben Anderson

  15. Everyday Domestic Research in the Knowledge Society: How Ordinary People Use Information and Communication Technologies to Participate

    Ben Anderson

  16. Just Passing Through - does persistent and transient 'domestic ICT poverty' mean that the Internet (and the mobile phone) may never be ubiquitous?

    Ben Anderson

  17. Everyday research in the knowledge society: Who uses ICTs to find job and health information?

    Ben Anderson

  18. UK Time Use: Implications for Telecommunications Strategy

    Ben Anderson

  19. Passing By, Passing Through and Dropping Out

    Ben Anderson

  20. Information society technology and quality of life: a literature review and a tool for thought

    Ben Anderson

  21. Information society technologies, social capital and quality of life

    Ben Anderson

  22. Why Longitudinal Social Surveys Matter for ICT Research

    Ben Anderson

  23. A Grid Based Triangulation and Collaboration Infrastructure for e-Social Science Research

    Ben Anderson

  24. Mobile Communication and Social Capital in Europe

    Ben Anderson, Deborah Diduca, and Richard Ling

  25. The Value of Mixed Method Longitudinal Panel Studies in ICT research: transitions in and out of 'ICT poverty' as a case in point

    Ben Anderson

  26. The Domestication of Information and Communication Technologies

    Ben Anderson

  27. Everyday Domestic Research in the Knowledge Society: How Ordinary People Use Information and Communication Technologies to Participate

    Ben Anderson

  28. Comparison of 2D & 3D Representations for Visualising Telecommunication Usage

    Martin Hicks, Sarah Nicholls, Claire O'Malley, et al.

  29. Age, Gender and Social Capital - a Cross Sectional Analysis

    Richard Ling, Birgitte Yttri, Ben Anderson, et al.

  30. Getting the cold shoulder

    Ben Anderson


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