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  1. The Dynamics of Perception: Modelling subjective well-being in a short panel

    Stephen Pudney

  2. Analysing Attitudinal Data in Panels - the BHPS financial well-being questions

    Stephen Pudney

  3. The Market for Illicit Drugs: problems of Measurement and Implications for Policy

    Stephen Pudney

  4. Estimating the Size of the UK Drugs Market

    Stephen Pudney

  5. Poverty and fertility in less developed countries: a comparative analysis

    Arnstein Aassve, Henriette Engelhardt, Francesca Francavilla, et al.

    1. Poverty
    2. Childbearing: Fertility
  6. The Size of the UK Illicit Drugs Market: a multi-survey approach

    Stephen Pudney

  7. The Size of the UK Illicit Drugs Market: a multi-survey approach

    Stephen Pudney

  8. Estimation of dynamic linear models in short panels with ordinal observation of the endogenous variables

    Stephen Pudney

  9. Hours constraints and in-work poverty

    Sarah Brown and Stephen Pudney

    1. Labour Market
    2. Poverty
  10. Analysing Attitudinal Data in Panels - the BHPS financial well-being questions

    Stephen Pudney

  11. Simulating the Reform of Means-Tested Benefits with Endogenous Take-Up and Claim Costs

    Stephen Pudney, Ruth Hancock, and Holly Sutherland

  12. Estimation of Dynamic Linear Models in Short Panels with Ordinal Observation of the Endogenous Variables

    Stephen Pudney

  13. Participation in multiple welfare programmes: discrete choice with heterogeneous awareness

    Ruth Hancock, Monica Henandez, and Stephen Pudney

  14. Participation in Multiple Welfare Programmes: discrete choice with heterogeneous awareness

    Ruth Hancock, Monica Hernandez, and Stephen Pudney

  15. The take-up of multiple means-tested benefits by British pensioners: evidence from the Family Resources Survey

    Ruth Hancock, Stephen Pudney, Geraldine Barker, et al.

  16. Participation in Multiple Welfare Programmes: discrete choice with heterogeneous awareness

    Ruth Hancock, Monica Hernandez, and Stephen Pudney

  17. Keeping off the grass? an econometric model of cannabis consumption in Britain

    Stephen Pudney

  18. Simulating the reform of means-tested benefits with endogenous take-up and claim costs

    Stephen Pudney, Ruth Hancock, and Holly Sutherland

    1. Welfare Benefits
    2. Microsimulation
  19. Participation in Multiple Welfare Programmes: discrete choice with heterogeneous awareness

    Ruth Hancock, Monica Hernandez, and Stephen Pudney

  20. Using Econometric Models of Benefit Take-Up by British Pensioners in Microsimulation Models

    Ruth Hancock, Stephen Pudney, and Holly Sutherland

  21. The Welfare Cost of Means-Testing: pensioner participation in income support

    Stephen Pudney, Monica Hernandez, and Ruth Hancock

  22. The road to ruin? Sequences of initiation into drug use and offending by young people in Britain

    Stephen Pudney

  23. Applying Heterogeneous Transition Models in Labour Economics: the role of youth training in labour market transitions

    Stephen Pudney and Fabrizia Mealli

  24. Social security, poverty and economic transition: an analysis for Bulgaria 1992-96

    Robert Ackrill, Rumen Dobrinsky, Nikolay Markov, et al.

  25. The Road to Ruin? Sequences of Initiation to Drugs and Crime in Britain

    Stephen Pudney

  26. Measuring the welfare costs of EU accession: the case of VAT reform in Bulgaria

    Stephen Pudney, Nikolay Markov, and Robert Ackrill

  27. Illicit drug use, unemployment and occupational attainment

    Ziggy MacDonald and Stephen Pudney

  28. The Relationship Between Crime, Punishment and Economic Conditions: is reliable inference possible when crimes are under-recorded?

    Stephen Pudney, Derek Deadman, and David Pyle

  29. Analysing Drug Abuse with British Crime Survey Data: modelling and questionnaire design issues

    Z MacDonald and Stephen Pudney

  30. Modelling individual choice: the econometrics of corners, kinks and holes

    Stephen Pudney


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