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ISER has an enviable publications record in top academic journals and regularly presents its work at key conferences and policy events in the UK and around the world. It is also frequently commissioned to produce reports and papers for Government Departments, think tanks, charities and businesses and its important work is frequently featured in the media. You can search all of ISER’s outputs including by area of interest and author.

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  1. Women prefer being single - because relationships are hard work, research suggests

    Emily Grundy

  2. Why are more men filing for divorce than ever before?

    Mike Brewer and Alita Nandi

  3. How your blood may predict your future health

    Apostolos Davillas, Michaela Benzeval, and Meena Kumari

  4. Así puede perjudicar tu carrera ser becario gratis

    Angus Holford

  5. Prácticas no remuneradas afecta futuro profesional de los jóvenes

    Angus Holford

  6. Is working long hours bad for your heart?

    Mika Kivimäki, Solja T. Nyberg, G. David Batty, et al.

  7. Interns lose out later

    Angus Holford

  8. Graduate interns earn less after three years than those who shun unpaid work, study finds

    Angus Holford

  9. Graduates who take unpaid internships end up £3,500 worse off compared to those who go straight into work

    Angus Holford

  10. Unpaid internships damage long-term graduate pay prospects

    Angus Holford

  11. Institute for Social and Economic Research appoints new director

  12. Gained in translation: adding value to research to inform policy

    Raj Patel

  13. The burden of obesity. Studies of income-related inequalities in obesity have traditionally focused on BMI. But are there better measures?

    Apostolos Davillas

  14. Does income matter for children’s happiness?

    Gundi Knies

  15. Wooing the Indian vote

    Nicole Martin

  16. Times have changed - kids now prefer being at school to the holidays

    Gundi Knies

  17. It’s official: your boss is less stressed than you!

    Tarani Chandola, Patrick Rouxel, Michael G. Marmot, et al.

  18. Being retired is no less stressful than working – unless you were in a top job

    Tarani Chandola, Patrick Rouxel, Michael G. Marmot, et al.

  19. High earners can expect relaxing retirement but stress RISES for lower paid

    Tarani Chandola, Patrick Rouxel, Michael G. Marmot, et al.

  20. Retirement is no less stressful than working - especially if you had a lower paid, undemanding job, study finds

    Tarani Chandola, Patrick Rouxel, Michael G. Marmot, et al.

  21. How to tax the rich: trends and gradients in top tax responses

    Enrico Rubolino and Daniel Waldenström

  22. There's one really good reason middle-class Americans should hope Trump fails on tax reform

    Enrico Rubolino and Daniel Waldenström

  23. IMF shifts from dismal to pessimistic, but has a sharper message about inequality

    Enrico Rubolino and Daniel Waldenström

  24. Easter break may not be a happy time for children

    Gundi Knies

  25. Children happier in term-time with Easter holidays most gloomy, study finds

    Gundi Knies

  26. Tax reforms and top incomes

    Enrico Rubolino and Daniel Waldenström

  27. Children are ‘happiest at school’

    Gundi Knies

  28. When are children happiest? When at school, research suggests

    Gundi Knies

  29. Never too early to think about mental health: never too late to do something about it

    Amanda Sacker and Mel Bartley

  30. Muçulmano é favorito na eleição de maio para prefeito de Londres


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