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Educational aspirations and attitudes over the business cycle

Mark P. Taylor, Tina Rampino

Young PeopleEducationHouseholdsSocial Attitudes


The lost generation?

Tina Rampino, Mark P. Taylor


The labour market impacts of leaving education when unemployment is high: evidence from Britain

Mark P. Taylor

Labour MarketUnemployment


Recession stalls social mobility for current generation

Tina Rampino, Mark P. Taylor


Recession is stalling social mobility for a generation of teenagers, claims report

Tina Rampino, Mark P. Taylor


Recession halting social mobility for teenagers, claims report

Tina Rampino, Mark P. Taylor


Educational aspirations and attitudes over the business cycle

Tina Rampino, Mark P. Taylor

Young PeopleEducationHouseholdsSocial Attitudes


Employment transitions over the business cycle

Mark P. Taylor


Employment flows across the business cycle

Mark P. Taylor


Non-employment, age, and the economic cycle

Stephen P. Jenkins, Mark P. Taylor


Young people face double jobs penalty

Karon Gush, Mark P. Taylor


Young face greater struggle to find work than older job seekers

Karon Gush, Mark P. Taylor


Young people face double penalty in a slow job market

Karon Gush, Mark P. Taylor


Employment transitions and the recession

Karon Gush, Mark P. Taylor


Employment and unemployment at a time of recession

Mark P. Taylor

Labour MarketUnemploymentEconomics


The UK maintains a positive outlook, despite the recession

Mark P. Taylor


The UK maintains a positive outlook, despite the recession

Mark P. Taylor


The UK maintains a positive outlook, despite the recession

Mark P. Taylor


Understanding Society. Some preliminary results from the Wave 1 Innovation Panel

Jonathan Burton, Heather Laurie, S.C. Noah Uhrig, Mark L. Bryan, Carol Desousa


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