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Displaying all 15 Publications

Current search: 'Book Chapter' and '2001'

  1. The effects of extended interviewer efforts on nonresponse bias

    Peter Lynn, Paul Clarke, Jean Martin, et al.

  2. Family Theory, Economic Theory of Childbearing

    John Ermisch

  3. The Economic Behaviour of Trade Unions

    Alison L. Booth

  4. Time Use Research Methods

    Jonathan Gershuny

  5. Who is Most Likely to be Poor in Germany?

    Martin Biewen and Stephen P. Jenkins

  6. Returning to Work After Childbirth: a longitudinal analysis of the role of qualifications in facilitating mothers' return to paid employment

    Muriel Egerton, Angela Dale, and Jane Elliott

  7. The Dynamics of Child Poverty: conceptual and measurement issues

    Stephen P. Jenkins, Bruce Bradbury, and John Micklewright

  8. The Dynamics of Child Poverty in Seven Industrialised Nations

    Bruce Bradbury, John Micklewright, and Stephen P. Jenkins

  9. Poverty Amongst British Children: chronic or transitory?

    Stephen P. Jenkins and Martha Hill

  10. Beyond the Snapshot: a dynamic view of child poverty

    John Micklewright, Bruce Bradbury, and Stephen P. Jenkins

  11. Society, Community, Well-being

    Ray Pahl

  12. The future of collective bargaining in Europe

    Lars Calmfors, Alison L. Booth, Michael C. Burda, et al.

  13. Married women's employment patterns in Britain -book chapter-

    Andrew McCulloch and Shirley Dex

    1. Labour Market
    2. Household Economics
  14. Cohabitation and Childbearing Outside Marriage in Britain

    John Ermisch

  15. Aging in Europe: what can we learn from the Europanel?

    Cheti Nicoletti and Franco Peracchi

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