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Displaying Publications 31 - 60 of 74 in total

Current search: 'Household Economics'

  1. Intended vs. unintended consequences of migration restriction policies: evidence from a natural experiment in Indonesia

    Mattia Makovec, Ririn Purnamasari, Matteo Sandi, et al.

    1. Law And Legislation
    2. Human Capital
    3. Rural Economics
    4. Migration
    5. Labour Market
    6. Economics
    7. Poverty
    8. Living Standards
    9. Public Policy
    10. Income Dynamics
    11. Household Economics
    12. International Economic Relations
    13. Race Relations
  2. Accounting for gender differences in the distributional effects of tax and benefit policy changes

    Silvia Avram, Daria Popova, and Olga Rastrigina

    1. Welfare Benefits
    2. Household Economics
    3. Microsimulation
    4. Taxation
  3. Do parents tax their children? Teenage labour supply and financial support

    Angus Holford

    1. Young People
    2. Education
    3. Labour Market
    4. Labour Economics
    5. Wages And Earnings
    6. Household Economics
  4. Do parents tax their children? Teenage labour supply and financial support

    Angus Holford

    1. Young People
    2. Education
    3. Labour Market
    4. Labour Economics
    5. Wages And Earnings
    6. Household Economics
  5. The importance of income-tested benefits in good times and bad: lessons from EU countries

    Chrysa Leventi, Olga Rastrigina, and Holly Sutherland

    1. Welfare Benefits
    2. Income Dynamics
    3. Household Economics
    4. Microsimulation
  6. Topic briefing: Housing

    Ricky Kanabar and Nicole Martin

    1. Public Policy
    2. Household Economics
    3. Housing Market
  7. Households’ responses to spousal job loss: ‘all change’ or ‘carry on as usual’?

    Karon Gush, James Scott, and Heather Laurie

    1. Unemployment
    2. Income Dynamics
    3. Household Economics
  8. The design of fiscal consolidation measures in the European Union: distributional effects and implications for macroeconomic recovery

    Francesco Figari, Alari Paulus, and Holly Sutherland

    1. Income Dynamics
    2. Household Economics
    3. Microsimulation
    4. Economic Policy
  9. Wealth in the downturn: winners and losers

    Nida Broughton, Ricky Kanabar, and Nicole Martin

    1. Economics
    2. Poverty
    3. Income Dynamics
    4. Savings And Assets
    5. Wages And Earnings
    6. Household Economics
    7. Debt: Indebtedness
  10. The joint decision of labour supply and childcare in Italy under costs and availability constraints

    Francesco Figari and Edlira Narazani

    1. Labour Economics
    2. Household Economics
    3. Microsimulation
    4. Caregiving
  11. The income distribution in the UK: a picture of advantage and disadvantage

    Stephen P. Jenkins

    1. Poverty
    2. Income Dynamics
    3. Household Economics
  12. The income distribution in the UK: a picture of advantage and disadvantage

    Stephen P. Jenkins

    1. Poverty
    2. Income Dynamics
    3. Household Economics
  13. Can village savings and loan groups be a potential tool in the malnutrition fight? Mixed method findings from Mozambique

    Aurélie Brunie, Laura Fumagalli, Thomas Martin, et al.

    1. Child Development
    2. Poverty
    3. Household Economics
    4. Health
  14. The effect of food prices and household income on the British diet

    Paola De Agostini

    1. Household Economics
    2. Health
  15. Households’ responses to spousal job loss: ‘all change’ or ‘carry on as usual’?

    Karon Gush, James Scott, and Heather Laurie

    1. Unemployment
    2. Income Dynamics
    3. Household Economics
  16. Households’ responses to spousal job loss: ‘all change’ or ‘carry on as usual’?

    Karon Gush, James Scott, and Heather Laurie

    1. Unemployment
    2. Income Dynamics
    3. Household Economics
  17. Sharing of resources within the family and the economics of household decision making

    Susan Himmelweit, Cristina Santos, Almudena Sevilla, et al.

    1. Economics
    2. Research
    3. Household Economics
  18. Time to cook: expenditure at retirement in Spain

    María José Luengo-Prado and Almudena Sevilla

    1. Older People
    2. Pensions
    3. Household Economics
    4. Life Course Analysis
  19. The short- and medium-term impacts of the recession on the UK income distribution

    Mike Brewer, James Browne, Andrew Hood, et al.

    1. Economics
    2. Poverty
    3. Household Economics
  20. VSL and AM programs in Mozambique: a randomised controlled trial across paired districts in the Nampula Province. Report prepared for Save the Children

    Laura Fumagalli and Thomas Martin

    1. Child Development
    2. Poverty
    3. Household Economics
    4. Health
  21. Why are households that report the lowest incomes so well-off?

    Mike Brewer, Ben Etheridge, and Cormac O'Dea

    1. Poverty
    2. Living Standards
    3. Household Economics
  22. Why did Britain’s households get richer? Decomposing UK household income growth between 1968 and 2008–09

    Mike Brewer and Liam Wren-Lewis

    1. Income Dynamics
    2. Wages And Earnings
    3. Household Economics
  23. The impact of indirect taxes and imputed rent on inequality: a comparison with cash transfers and direct taxes in five EU countries

    Francesco Figari and Alari Paulus

    1. Household Economics
    2. Microsimulation
    3. Taxation
  24. Why did Britain's households get richer? Decomposing UK household income growth between 1968 and 2008-09 (IFS analysis for the Resolution Foundation)

    Mike Brewer and Liam Wren-Lewis

    1. Income Dynamics
    2. Household Economics
  25. Financial capability, income and psychological wellbeing

    Mark P. Taylor, Stephen P. Jenkins, and Amanda Sacker

    1. Household Economics
    2. Well Being
    3. Finance
  26. Measuring financial capability and its determinants using survey data

    Mark P. Taylor

    1. Social Groups
    2. Household Economics
    3. Finance
  27. Financial capability and psychological health

    Mark P. Taylor, Stephen P. Jenkins, and Amanda Sacker

    1. Household Economics
    2. Well Being
    3. Finance
  28. Economic well-being and public policies in Europe -PhD thesis-

    Francesco Figari

    1. Household Economics
    2. Microsimulation
    3. Social Policy
  29. Savings, investments, debts and psychological well-being in married and cohabiting couples

     Man Yee Kan and Heather Laurie

    1. Savings And Assets
    2. Household Economics
    3. Debt: Indebtedness
    4. Well Being
  30. The British Household Panel Survey and its income data

    Stephen P. Jenkins

    1. Survey Methodology
    2. Income Dynamics
    3. Household Economics

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