|Образование||бакалавр [Christ's College, Cambridge, 1982]
магистр [St. Antony's College, Oxford, 1984]
PhD [St. Antony's College, Oxford, 1987]
|Место работы||Unknown (Unknown) /|
|University of Bristol (Bristol) / Professor of Economics|
Porvety and household income
Reallocation of labour
(2006) Employment, Family Union, and Childbearing Decisions in Great Britain. With Arnstein Aassve, Matt Dickson and Carol Propper. Forthcoming in Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A.
(2006) The Analysis of Poverty Data with Endogenous Transitions. With Carol Propper and Matt Dickson. Forthcoming Fiscal Studies. March 2006.
(2006) School and residential ethnic segregation: an analysis of variations across England's Local Education Authorities. With Ron Johnston, Rich Harris and Deb Wilson. Forthcoming in Regional Studies
(2006) School, Family and County Effects on Adolescents’ later Life Chances. With Carol Propper and Karen Gardiner. Forthcoming Journal of Family and Economic Issues.
(2005) Local Neighbourhood and Mental Health: Evidence from the UK. With Carol Propper, Kelvyn Jones, Anne Bolster, Ron Johnston and Rebecca Sarker. Forthcoming Social Science and Medicine.
(2005) Parallel lives? Ethnic segregation in schools and neighbourhoods. Urban Studies. June. Vol. 42 no. 7, pp. 1027 – 1056. With Deborah Wilson and Ruth Lupton.
(2005) Ethnic Segregation in England’s Schools. With Deborah Wilson. Transactions in British Geography. no. 30, pp. 20 – 36.
(2005) Unemployment Dynamics in Britain. With Hélène Turon. Economic Journal. April, vol. 115, pp. 423 – 448.
(2005) The Effects of a Mother’s Return to Work Decision on Child Development in the UK. With Paul Gregg, Liz Washbrook and Carol Propper. Economic Journal (Features).Vol. 115, pp. F48 – F80
(2005) England’s multi-ethnic educational system? A classification of secondary schools. With Ron Johnston and Deborah Wilson. Environment and Planning A, vol. 37, pages 45 – 62.
(2005) Spatial scale and the neighbourhood effect: multinomial models of voting at two recent British general elections. British Journal of Political Science vol. 35: 487-514. With Johnston, R J, Jones, K, Propper, C, Sarker, R and Bolster, A.
(2005) A missing level in the analysis of British voting behaviour: the household as context as shown by analyses of a 1992-1997 longitudinal survey. Electoral Studies vol. 24, 201-225. With Johnston, R J, Jones, K, Propper, C, Sarker, R and Bolster, A.
(2005) Neighbourhood social capital and neighbourhood effects. Environment and Planning A: 37. With Johnston, R J, Jones, K, Propper, C, Sarker, R and Bolster, A.
(2005) Egocentric economic voting and changes in party choice: Great Britain, 1992- 2001. Journal of Elections, Political Opinion and Parties, 129-144. With Johnston, R J, Jones, K, Propper, C, Sarker, R and Bolster, A.
(2004) School Segregation in multi-ethnic England. With Ron Johnston and Deborah Wilson. Ethnicities. Vol. 4 number 2, pp. 237 – 266. June
(2004) Does competition between hospitals improve the quality of care? Hospital death rates and the NHS internal market. With Carol Propper and Katherine Green. Journal of Public Economics, Volume 88, Issues 7-8, July 2004, Pages 1247-1272
(2004) Girls Rock, Boys Roll: An Analysis of the age 14-16 Gender Gap in English Schools. With Brendon McConnell, Carol Propper and Deborah Wilson. Scottish Journal of Political Economy. Volume 51, Issue 2, Page 209-229, May
(2004) Scale, factor analyses and neighbourhood effects. Geographical Analysis vol. 36, October 2004, 350-368. With Johnston, R J, Jones, K, Propper, C, Sarker, R and Bolster, A.
(2004) Party support and the neighbourhood effect: spatial polarisation of the British electorate, 1991- 2001. Political Geography vol. 23, 367-402. May 2004. With Johnston, R J, Jones, K, Propper, C, Sarker, R and Bolster, A.
(2003) The Role of Incentives in the Public Sector: Issues and Evidence. With Marisa Ratto. Oxford Review of Economic Policy. Vol. 19 no. 2.
(2003) The Role of Income in Marriage and Divorce Transitions among Young Americans. Journal of Population Economics. vol. 16 pp. 455 – 475. With Carol Propper and Arnstein Aassve
(2003) The Class of 1981: The Effect of Early Career Unemployment on Subsequent Unemployment Experiences. Labour Economics. With Carol Propper, Hedley Rees and Arran Shearer. Volume 10, Issue 3 , June 2003, Pages 291-309
(2002) Using financial incentives to promote teamwork in health care Journal of Health Services Research and Policy. vol 7 no 2 pp. 69 –70. With Marisa Ratto (main author) and Carol Propper.
(2002) Transitions from Home to Marriage of Young Americans. Journal of Applied Econometrics. vol. 17, no.1, pp. 1- 23. With Carol Propper, Arnstein Aassve and Andrew Chesher (2001) Externalities in the Matching of Workers and Firms in Britain With Stefan Profit Labour Economics vol 8 no. 3 pp. 313 – 333
(2001) Churning Dynamics: Firm-Level Analysis of Hiring. With Julia Lane and David Stevens. Labour Economics, vol 8 no. 1 pp. 1 – 14. (2000) Reallocation of Labour and the Lifecycle of the Firm. With Julia Lane and David Stevens. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics December vol. 62 pp.
(2000) Employment and Output Adjustment in the OECD: A Disaggregate Analysis of the Role of Job Security Provisions. With Michael Knetter and Claudio Michelacci. Economica. Vol. 67 no. 267 pp. 419 - 436
(2000) Empirical Matching Functions: Estimation and Interpretation Using Disaggregate Data. With P. M. Anderson. Review of Economics and Statistics February, vol. 82 no. 1; pp. 93 – 103
(2000) Job Flows, Worker Flows and Churning. With Julia Lane and David Stevens. in Journal of Labor Economics July. Vol. 18 no. 3 pp. 473 – 502
(2000) Le chômage au Royaume-Uni: une perspective dynamique. Economie et Statistique no. 332- 333 pp. 117 – 132
(1998) Hiring Risky Workers: Some Evidence. With Julia Lane and David Stevens. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy. vol. 7 no. 4 pp. 669 - 676
(1998) A Disaggregate Analysis of the Evolution of Job Tenure in Britain, 1975 - 1993. With Hedley Rees. British Journal of Industrial Relations. December vol. 36 no. 4 pp. 629 – 657
(1998) Early Health Related Behaviours and their Impact on later Life Chances: Evidence from the US. With Carol Propper. Health Economics. vol. 7 pp. 381 - 399.
(1998) Analysing Firms, Jobs and Turnover. Monthly Labor Review. July pp. 55- 57.
(1998) An International Comparison of Employment Adjustment to Exchange Rate Fluctuations. With Mike Knetter. Dartmouth College Discussion Paper no. 92-6. Review of International Economics. Vol. 6 no. 1 pp. 151 – 164.
(1998) The Uses of Longitudinal Matched Worker-Employer Data in Labor Market Analysis. With Julia Lane and Jules Theeuwes. American Statistical Association Proceedings.
(1998) New technology and jobs: comparative evidence from a two country study. With Danny Blanchflower Economics of Innovation and New Technology vol. 52 (4) pp. 109 – 138.
(1997) Transient Jobs and Lifetime Jobs: Dualism in the British Labour Market. With Hedley Rees. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, vol. 59. pp. 309 - 328
(1996) Job Creation and Destruction in the UK 1980-1990. With Danny Blanchflower. CEPR Discussion Paper no. 912. Industrial and Labor Relations Review vol. 50 pp. 17 - 38
(1996) Worker and Job Flows. With Julia Lane and David Stevens. Economics Letters. vol. 51 pp. 109 - 113.
(1996) Job Tenure in Britain 1975-1992. With Hedley Rees. Economic Journal March vol. 106, pp. 334 - 344
(1996) Editors’ Introduction: Asymmetries and Nonlinearities in Dynamic Economic Models. With Alvaro Escribano and Gerard Pfann. Journal of Econometrics vol. 74 pp. 1 - 2.
(1994) Matching Models and Labour Market Flows. European Economic Review. vol. 38, pp. 809 - 816.
(1993) A Model of Competition between Unemployed and Employed Job Searchers: An Application to the Unemployment Outflow Rate in Britain. Economic Journal September vol. 103, pp. 1190 - 1204
(1993) Labour Demand, Quantity Constraints or Matching: The Determination of Employment in the Absence of Market-Clearing. (Bristol University Discussion Paper 90/281). European Economic Review, vol. 37, pp. 1295 - 1314 .
(1993) The Ins and Outs of Unemployment Economic Review, September, pp. 22 - 25
(1992) Nonlinear Dynamics in a Structural Model of Employment. Journal of Applied Econometrics, Special Issue. December. vol. 7, pp. S101 - S118. The Special Issue has been republished as Non-Linear Dynamics, Chaos and Econometrics Edited by M. H. Pesaran and S. Potter, John Wiley, 1993.
(1992) The Flow into Unemployment in Britain. Economic Journal, July, vol. 102, pp. 888 - 895
(1992) Asymmetric Employment Cycles in Britain: Evidence and an Explanation. Economic Journal, May vol. 102, pp. 279 - 290
(1992) A Note on Job Search Theory when the Wage Offer Distribution is Unknown. Manchester School, June, vol. 60, no. 2 pp. 181 - 186.
(1992) A Search Model with Job Changing Costs: 'Eurosclerosis' and Unemployment. Oxford Economic Papers vol. 44, pp. 75 - 88
(1990) Turnover in UK Manufacturing. With S.J. Nickell. Economica vol. 57, pp. 295 - 317.
*(1989) Intertemporal Rules with Variable Speed of Adjustment: An Application to UK Manufacturing Employment. With J.J. Dolado. Economic Journal vol. 99, pp. 347 - 365.
(1989) Employment and Turnover in UK Manufacturing Industries, 1963 - 1982. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. vol. 51, pp. 163 - 192
*(1988) Employment Adjustment in UK Manufacturing. Economic Journal. vol. 98 pp. 81 - 103.
(1988) Wage Relativities and Information: Relativities and Target Rates of Wage Growth. Oxford Economic Papers. vol. 40, pp. 523 - 534
* Reprinted in (1993) Dynamic Labour Demand and Adjustment Costs Edited by Galeazzi and D. Hamermesh, Edward Elgar Publishing.
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