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Displaying Publications 61 - 90 of 118 in total

Current search: 'Media' and '2014'

  1. Female and firstborn success

    Feifei Bu

  2. Firstborn girls are the best at life

    Feifei Bu

  3. Grammar girls earn more and have fewer children

  4. Born winners: the daughters growing up in first place

    Feifei Bu

  5. First-born best placed to succeed

    Feifei Bu

  6. Firstborn girls 'most likely to be successful'

    Feifei Bu

  7. The girls born to be a success

    Feifei Bu

  8. Female and firstborn in the family? Then you're the one who's most likely to succeed

    Feifei Bu

  9. Girls who go to grammar school learn longer and earn a fifth more

  10. First born child and female? Then you’re more likely to be a success

    Feifei Bu

  11. Firstborn children really do excel, reveals groundbreaking study

    Feifei Bu

  12. University of Essex -Multi-million pound funding to study individual and family behaviour in an era of uncertainty

  13. Budget expected to set cap for overall benefit spend - decent benefits vital for child poverty

    Holguer Xavier Jara Tamayo and Chrysa Leventi

  14. ISER research for CPAG on child poverty rates across the EU27

    Holguer Xavier Jara Tamayo and Chrysa Leventi

  15. The impact of the AME cap on child poverty

    Holguer Xavier Jara Tamayo and Chrysa Leventi

  16. New analysis highlights child poverty risks of Chancellor’s new spending cap

    Holguer Xavier Jara Tamayo and Chrysa Leventi

  17. Chancellor's cap will cause child poverty

    Holguer Xavier Jara Tamayo and Chrysa Leventi

  18. Parents 'only go to church for places at faith schools'

    David Voas and Laura Watt

  19. Parents 'only go to church for places at faith schools': institutions lay down clearer criteria to help beat 'pew jumping'

    David Voas and Laura Watt

  20. How does money influence health?

    Michaela Benzeval, Lyndal Bond, Mhairi Campbell, et al.

  21. Why do poor people have poorer health?

    Michaela Benzeval, Lyndal Bond, Mhairi Campbell, et al.

  22. CofE's own research reveals parents attend church to gain admission to oversubscribed schools

    David Voas and Laura Watt

  23. Adeline Delavande to give IFS seminar

    Adeline Delavande

  24. Evangelicals not exempt from America's 'secularization,' British writer says

    David Voas

  25. Into the melting pot

    Shamit Saggar

  26. Into the melting pot

    Shamit Saggar

  27. Still not half way there yet on planned spending cuts

    Stuart Adam, Abi Adams, Mike Brewer, et al.

  28. Economic recovery: 'end in sight' for austerity

    Stuart Adam, Abi Adams, Mike Brewer, et al.

  29. No clear political winners in IFS economic analysis

    Stuart Adam, Abi Adams, Mike Brewer, et al.

  30. Osborne 'faces big cuts challenge'

    Stuart Adam, Abi Adams, Mike Brewer, et al.


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