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Current search: 'Stephen P. Jenkins' and '2003'

  1. Trends in income inequality, pro-poor income growth and income mobility

    Stephen P. Jenkins and Philippe Van Kerm

  2. Trends in Income Inequality, Pro-Poor Income Growth and Income Mobility

    Stephen P. Jenkins and Philippe Van Kerm

  3. Trends in Income Inequality, Pro-Poor Income Growth and Income Mobility

    Stephen P. Jenkins and Philippe Van Kerm

  4. Disability and disadvantage: selection, onset, and duration effects

    Stephen P. Jenkins and John A. Rigg

  5. Nobody to play with? The implications of leisure coordination

    Stephen P. Jenkins and Lars Osberg

  6. Estimation of Generalized Entropy and Atkinson Inequality Indices from Survey Data

    Martin Biewen and Stephen P. Jenkins

  7. Why Americans have no pals

    Stephen P. Jenkins and Lars Osberg

  8. Why do British Women Receive So Little Private Pension Income?

    Elena Bardasi and Stephen P. Jenkins

  9. Nobody to Play With? The Implications of Leisure Co-Ordination

    Stephen P. Jenkins and Lars Osberg

  10. Why do British Women Receive So Little Private Pension Income?

    Elena Bardasi and Stephen P. Jenkins

  11. Nobody to Play With? The Implications of Leisure Co-Ordination

    Stephen P. Jenkins and Lars Osberg

  12. Why are child poverty rates higher in Britain than in Germany? a longitudinal perspective -journal article-

    Stephen P. Jenkins and Christian Schluter

  13. Estimating welfare indices: household weights and sample design

    Frank A. Cowell and Stephen P. Jenkins

    1. Households
    2. Welfare Benefits
    3. Survey Methodology
    4. Income Dynamics
  14. To what extent do fiscal regimes equalize opportunities for income acquisition among citizens?

    John E. Roemer, Rolf Aaberge, Ugo Colombino, et al.

    1. Households
    2. Income Dynamics
  15. Multivariate probit regression using simulated maximum likelihood

    Lorenzo Cappellari and Stephen P. Jenkins

  16. The dynamics of child poverty: Britain and Germany compared

    Stephen P. Jenkins, Christian Schluter, and Gert G. Wagner

    1. Poverty
    2. Income Dynamics
  17. Modelling household income dynamics

    Stephen P. Jenkins

  18. Nobody to Play With? The Implications of Leisure Co-Ordination

    Stephen P. Jenkins and Lars Osberg

  19. Nobody to play with? the implications of leisure coordination

    Stephen P. Jenkins and Lars Osberg

  20. Why do British Women Receive So Little Private Pension Income?

    Elena Bardasi and Stephen P. Jenkins

  21. Estimation of Generalized Entropy and Atkinson inequality indices from survey data

    Martin Biewen and Stephen P. Jenkins

  22. To what extent are we equalizing opportunities for income acquisition among citizens?

    Rolf Aaberge, Ugo Colombino, Johan Fritzell, et al.

  23. The Value of Longitudinal Data

    Stephen P. Jenkins

  24. Once united, now untied

    Sarah J Jarvis and Stephen P. Jenkins


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