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Pay progression: understanding the barriers for the lowest paid

Ashwin Kumar, Monique Rotik, Kitty Ussher

Labour MarketLabour EconomicsPovertyPublic PolicyIncome DynamicsWages And Earnings


Father involvement with children and couple relationships - tables

Eloise Poole, Svetlana Speight, Margaret O'Brien, Sara Connolly, Matthew Aldrich

Statistical AnalysisYoung PeopleFamily Formation And DissolutionSociology Of HouseholdsSocial Psychology


Relationships, recession and recovery: the role of relationships in generating social recovery

Dylan Kneale, David Marjoribanks, Chris Sherwood

UnemploymentEconomicsFamily Formation And DissolutionIncome Dynamics


PP65 Simplifying the measurement of sleep quality: latent variable analysis of seven conceptual sleep criteria -conference paper abstract-

A.A. Alghamdi, E.M. Scott, G.R. Law, G.T.H. Ellison

Statistical AnalysisMedicineHealth


The potential impact of higher interest rates on the household sector: evidence from the 2014 NMG Consulting survey

Gareth Anderson, Philip Bunn, Alice Pugh, Arzu Uluc

HouseholdsEconomicsIncome DynamicsDebt: IndebtednessFinanceHousing Market


An investigation of the potential for Wales-level analysis of the British Household Panel Survey and Understanding Society: an illustrative analysis of poverty dynamics in Wales

Rhys Davies, Huw Lloyd-Williams

PovertyResearchIncome DynamicsSurveysSocial Policy


An investigation of the potential for Wales-level analysis of the British Household Panel Survey and Understanding Society: an illustrative analysis of poverty dynamics in Wales - research summary

Rhys Davies

PovertyResearchIncome DynamicsSurveysSocial Policy


Grandma and Grandpa – the unsung heroes of modern UK childcare

José Iparraguirre, Sarah Wellard

Older PeopleSocial NetworksChild DevelopmentHouseholdsPovertyCaregiving


A method for estimating wage, using standardised occupational classifications, for use in medical research in the place of self-reported income

Tom Clemens, Chris Dibben

MedicineIncome DynamicsWages And EarningsHealth