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Displaying all 12 Publications

Current search: 'Conference Paper' and '1999'

  1. An Initial Exploration of the Employment Conditions of Full-Time and Part-Time Workers Using the Revised NS-SEC

    Kimberly Fisher

  2. Criterion Validity and Occupational Classification: the seven economic relations and the NS-SEC

    Anthony Coxon and Kimberly Fisher

  3. Structure Versus Process in Adolescent Risk-Taking Behavior: examining data from Canada and the US

    Augustine Brannigan, David J. Pevalin, and Terrance Wade

  4. Disability, Work and Income: a British perspective

    Elena Bardasi, Stephen P. Jenkins, and John Rigg

  5. Exits from Unemployment - A Cross-National Comparison for East/West Germany and the United Kingdom in the 1990s

    Lutz Kaiser and Thomas Siedler

  6. 'Don't Ask Me Nothin' About Nothin', I Just Might Tell You the Truth' The Interaction Between Unit Non-response and Item Non-response

    Jonathan Burton and Heather Laurie

  7. The Effects of Extended Interviewer Efforts on Nonresponse Bias

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

  8. The Role of Time Diaries in Measuring the Outcomes of Treatments for Multiple Sclerosis

    Kimberly Fisher

  9. Psychological Benefits of 'Getting to Grips With MS' Courses

    Giles Elrington, Kimberly Fisher, and John Stevens

  10. From PAPI to CAPI while staying happy: the case of the British Household Panel Study

    Randy Banks and Heather Laurie

    1. Households
    2. Survey Methodology
  11. Effetti sull'archivio ASIA di una semplificazione dell'indagine short form

    Cheti Nicoletti

  12. How Important is Income Under-reporting for the Analysis of Income Inequality?

    John Rigg

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