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Displaying all 13 Publications

Current search: 'Book Chapter' and '2002'

  1. Domesticating Broadband: what 'consumers' really do with flat rate, always on and fast Internet access.

    Ben Anderson

  2. Digital Living: people-centred innovation and strategy

    Emma France, Andrew Gower, Mary Jones, et al.

  3. Foreward

    Ray Pahl

  4. Digital Living: the impact (or otherwise) of the internet on everyday life

    Ben Anderson and Karina Tracey

  5. Teleworking and Skills

    Malcolm Brynin

  6. Service Regimes and the Political Economy of Time

    Jonathan Gershuny

  7. Use of Time and Quality of Life

    Kimberly Fisher

  8. Union Membership and Wage Bargaining when Membership is not Compulsory

    Alison L. Booth and Monojit Chatterji

  9. The Free Rider Problem and a Social Custom Model of Trade Union Membership

    Alison L. Booth

  10. The Employment Effects of a Shorter Working Week

    Alison L. Booth and Fabio Schiantarelli

  11. Sampling in Human Studies

    Peter Lynn

  12. Principles of Sampling

    Peter Lynn

  13. The effects of extended interviewer efforts on nonresponse bias

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

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