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Displaying all 6 Publications

Current search: 'Muriel Egerton' and '2005'

  1. Comparative Time Use Data Resources: the Multinational Time Use Study and the USA Heritage Datasets

    Kimberly Fisher, Jonathan Gershuny, Anne Gauthier, et al.

  2. American time use 1965-2003: the construction of a historical comparative file, and consideration of its usefulness in the construction of extended national accounts for the USA

    Muriel Egerton, Kimberly Fisher, and Jonathan Gershuny

  3. Models of Helping: effects of gender, education, fertility and employment

    Muriel Egerton

  4. Comparative Time Use Data Resources: the Multinational Time Use Study and the USA Heritage Datasets

    Kimberly Fisher, Jonathan Gershuny, Anne Gauthier, et al.

  5. Types of Social Being: gender, educational attainment and engagement in unpaid helping and voluntary work

    Muriel Egerton

  6. Briefing paper 2: a report on graduate earnings: theory and empirical analysis, appendix to fair and flexible funding: a Welsh model to promote quality and access in Higher Education (The Rees Review)

    Hugh Lauder, Muriel Egerton, and Phillip Brown


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