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Displaying Publications 271 - 300 of 7710 in total

  1. A bad deal for early-career researchers

    Auriel M.V. Fournier, Angus Holford, Alexander L. Bond, et al.

  2. The curious incidence of rent subsidies: evidence of heterogeneity from administrative data

    Mike Brewer, James Browne, Carl Emmerson, et al.

    1. Economics
    2. Housing Market
  3. The impact of minimum wage upratings on wage growth and the wage distribution. A report prepared for the Low Pay Commission

    Silvia Avram and Susan Harkness

    1. Area Effects
    2. Regional Economics
    3. Geography
    4. Labour Market
    5. Labour Economics
    6. Economics
    7. Public Policy
    8. Wages And Earnings
  4. The contribution of proportional taxes and tax-free cash benefits to income redistribution over the period 2005-2018: Evidence from Italy

    Stefano Boscolo

  5. Local unemployment changes the springboard effect of low pay: evidence from England

    Alexander Plum and Gundi Knies

    1. Area Effects
    2. Regional Economics
    3. Geography
    4. Labour Market
    5. Unemployment
    6. Wages And Earnings
  6. Market concentration, supply, quality and prices paid by local authorities in the English care home market

    Ferran Espuny Pujol, Ruth Hancock, Morten Hviid, et al.

    1. Older People
    2. Economics
    3. Health
  7. Phenome-wide association analysis of LDL-cholesterol lowering genetic variants in PCSK9

    Amand F. Schmidt, Michael V. Holmes, David Preiss, et al.

    1. Health
    2. Biology
    3. Genetics
  8. Women less likely to progress at work following childbirth, new research suggests

    Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, and Alina Pelikh

  9. Women less likely to progress at work than male colleagues after childbirth

    Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, and Alina Pelikh

  10. Becoming a mother makes career progression harder

    Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, and Alina Pelikh

  11. Women 'less likely to progress at work' than their male counterparts following childbirth

    Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, and Alina Pelikh

  12. Expensive childcare is making it harder for women to return to work

    Magda Borkowska and Alina Pelikh

  13. Supporting new mothers to work is key to the future of gender equality

  14. Charity calls for free childcare so parents can return to work

  15. Does repeated measurement improve income data quality?

    Paul Fisher

    1. Economics
    2. Survey Methodology
    3. Income Dynamics
  16. University choice: the role of expected earnings, non-pecuniary outcomes, and financial constraints

    Adeline Delavande and Basit Zafar

    1. Wages And Earnings
    2. Finance
    3. Higher Education
  17. The value of self-employment to ethnic minorities

    Malcolm Brynin, Mohammed Shamsul Karim, and Wouter Zwysen

    1. Management: Business
    2. Migration
    3. Labour Market
    4. Organizations And Firms
    5. Income Dynamics
    6. Wages And Earnings
    7. Ethnic Groups
  18. The relationship between cognitive decline and a genetic predictor of educational attainment

    Xuejie Ding, Nicola Barban, Felix C. Tropf, et al.

    1. Older People
    2. Psychology
    3. Education
    4. Life Course Analysis
    5. Genetics
  19. What influences mothers’ decisions about returning to work after having a baby? Understanding the role of childcare in returning to employment – an Understanding Society and Coram Family and Childcare briefing

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    1. Area Effects
    2. Social Networks
    3. Geography
    4. Labour Market
    5. Households
    6. Childbearing: Fertility
    7. Household Economics
    8. Life Course Analysis
    9. Sociology Of Households
    10. Caregiving
  20. Employment pathways and occupational change after childbirth

    Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, and Alina Pelikh

    1. Demography
    2. Labour Market
    3. Households
    4. Childbearing: Fertility
    5. Wages And Earnings
    6. Life Course Analysis
  21. Employment pathways and occupational change after childbirth: infographics

    Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, and Alina Pelikh

    1. Demography
    2. Labour Market
    3. Households
    4. Childbearing: Fertility
    5. Wages And Earnings
    6. Life Course Analysis
  22. Associations of autozygosity with a broad range of human phenotypes

    David W. Clark, Yukinori Okada, Kristjan H.S. Moore, et al.

    1. Childbearing: Fertility
    2. Biology
    3. Genetics
  23. Longitudinal surveys - unique opportunities and unique methodological challenges

    Peter Lynn, Mick Couper, and Nicole Watson

    1. Survey Methodology
    2. Research
    3. Life Course Analysis
    4. Surveys
  24. Experience versus salary

    Auriel M.V. Fournier, Angus Holford, Alexander L. Bond, et al.

  25. What is shared care?

    Tina Haux and Renee Reichl Luthra

    1. Social Change
    2. Family Formation And Dissolution
    3. Childbearing: Fertility
    4. Survey Methodology
    5. Sociology Of Households
    6. Caregiving
  26. The implementation of fieldwork design initiatives to improve survey quality

    Hannah Carpenter, Violetta Parutis, and Jonathan Burton

    1. Information And Communication Technologies
    2. Young People
    3. Economics
    4. Survey Methodology
  27. A latent class approach to inequity in health using biomarker data

    Vincenzo Carrieri, Apostolos Davillas, and Andrew M. Jones

    1. Economics
    2. Health
    3. Biology
  28. The transferability of lipid loci across African, Asian and European cohorts

    Karoline Kuchenbaecker, Nikita Telkar, Theresa Reiker, et al.

    1. Medicine
    2. Demography
    3. Ethnic Groups
    4. Health
    5. Biology
    6. Genetics
  29. The educational consequences of migration for women and men. Migrant and Europe-born Turkish origin people compared to non-migrants in Turkey

    Sait Bayrakdar and Ayse Guveli

    1. Migration
    2. Education
    3. Higher Education
  30. Hebdomadal patterns of compensatory behaviour: weekday and weekend housework participation in Canada, 1986-2010

    Kamila Kolpashnikova and  Man Yee Kan

    1. Time Use
    2. Labour Market
    3. Households
    4. Sociology Of Households

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