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Displaying Publications 91 - 120 of 646 in total

Current search: '2009'

  1. From derivation to validation: evidence from the UK and beyond

    Eric Harrison and David Rose

  2. '7 year itch' turns to '11 year itch' in UK

    Malcolm Brynin, Simonetta Longhi, and Álvaro Martínez Pérez

  3. Couples now take 11 years to get 'the itch'

    Malcolm Brynin, Simonetta Longhi, and Álvaro Martínez Pérez

  4. The start of the 11-year itch: figures reveal this is now the time when most get divorced

    Malcolm Brynin, Simonetta Longhi, and Álvaro Martínez Pérez

  5. You can only have it all if you marry into money

    Stephen P. Jenkins

  6. Average lifespan of marriage in Britain is '11 yrs'

    Malcolm Brynin, Simonetta Longhi, and Álvaro Martínez Pérez

  7. Marriage falls to the 11-year itch

    Malcolm Brynin, Simonetta Longhi, and Álvaro Martínez Pérez

  8. Women have the say about moving house

    Birgitta Rabe and Mark P. Taylor

  9. ISER recession research

    Richard Berthoud

  10. One in five black men out of a job figures reveal, and worse to come

    Richard Berthoud

  11. Access to Flexible Working and Informal Care

    Mark L. Bryan

  12. Race is not an issue in the UK anymore

    Lucinda Platt

  13. Just who do we think we are? Well, we are about to find out!

  14. Fag ends' beginning

    Marco Francesconi, Stephen P. Jenkins, and Thomas Siedler

  15. Age trajectories of quality of life among the older: results from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing

    Paola Zaninotto, Emanuela Falaschetti, and Amanda Sacker

  16. Composition operators from weak to strong spaces of vector-valued analytic functions

    Jussi Laitila, Hans-Olav Tylli, and Maofa Wang

  17. Recession research shows who will be hardest hit

    Richard Berthoud

  18. Conscientious and nice? Doesn't pay!

    Cheti Nicoletti and Alita Nandi

  19. Children are focus of major new study

    John Ermisch

  20. Migration grant success

    Lucinda Platt and Ayse Güveli

  21. Unemployment uncovered

    Mark P. Taylor and Simonetta Longhi

  22. Understanding Society

  23. Strengthening the social science research base: data and methods

  24. The distributional impact of public health expenditure in the United Kingdom

    Holly Sutherland and Francesca Zantomio

  25. Do Strong Family Ties Inhibit Trust?

    John Ermisch and Diego Gambetta

  26. The dynamics of social assistance benefit receipt in Britain

    Lorenzo Cappellari and Stephen P. Jenkins

  27. Moving from a dynamic cohort microsimulation model to a dynamic population microsimulation model: an incremental approach for a UK model of long-term care for older people

    Marcello Morciano, Chris Curry, Ruth Hancock, et al.

  28. Causal Effects of Parents' Education on Children's Education

    John Ermisch and Chiara Pronzato

  29. Residential mobility, neighbourhood quality and life-course events

    Birgitta Rabe and Mark P. Taylor

    1. Migration
    2. Life Course Analysis
  30. Consenting to Health Record Linkage: Evidence from a Multi-purpose Longitudinal Survey of a General Population

    Gundi Knies, Emanuela Sala, Jonathan Burton, et al.

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