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What about money? Earnings, household financial organization, and housework

Yang Hu

Time UseWages And EarningsHousehold EconomicsFinanceSociology Of Households


Equity, opportunity and health

Andrew M. Jones

ResearchHealth


Understanding Society and its income data

Paul Fisher, Laura Fumagalli, Nick Buck, Silvia Avram

HouseholdsResearchIncome DynamicsSurveys


Living lagom – challenging perceptions of wealth: a report by Cebr with Barclays

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HouseholdsIncome DynamicsSavings And AssetsWell BeingFinance


Participation in a mobile app survey to collect expenditure data as part of a large-scale probability household panel: coverage and participation rates and biases

Annette Jäckle, Jonathan Burton, Mick P. Couper, Carli Lessof

Information And Communication TechnologiesSurvey MethodologyFinance


What about money?: Earnings, household financial organization, and housework

Yang Hu

Time UseWages And EarningsHousehold EconomicsFinanceSociology Of Households


The role of personality traits in pension decisions: findings and policy recommendations

Jiayi Balasuriya, Yu Yang

PensionsPsychologyHouseholdsPublic PolicyFinance


Monetary policy and the gender pay gap: evidence from UK households

Nicholas Apergis, Tasawar Hayat, Nasser A. Kadasah

HouseholdsEconomicsIncome DynamicsWages And EarningsFinanceEconomic Policy


A decade of life-course research on fertility of immigrants and their descendants in Europe

Hill Kulu, Nadja Milewski, Tina Hannemann, Júlia Mikolai

MigrationChildbearing: FertilityResearchEthnic GroupsLife Course Analysis


Was Brexit triggered by the old and unhappy? Or by financial feelings?

Federica Liberini, Andrew J. Oswald, Eugenio Proto, Michela Redoano

PoliticsPublic OpinionPsychologyElections. Electoral BehaviourDemographyFinanceInternational Economic Relations


A review of new technologies and data sources for measuring household finances: implications for total survey error

Annette Jäckle, Alessandra Gaia, Carli Lessof, Mick P. Couper

Information And Communication TechnologiesHouseholdsSurvey MethodologyFinance


Economic shocks on subjective well-being: re-assessing the determinants of life-satisfaction after the 2008 financial crisis

Aurelie Charles, Dongxu Wu, Zhongmin Wu

Social GroupsPsychologyEconomicsWell BeingFinanceSocial Psychology


Happiness and voting behaviour

George Ward

PoliticsPsychologyElections. Electoral BehaviourPublic PolicyWell BeingSocietiesHealthFinance


Charitable behaviour and political ideology: evidence for the UK

Sarah Brown, Karl Taylor

PoliticsTime UseElections. Electoral BehaviourEconomicsSocial CapitalFinanceSocial Behaviour


Brexit was a cry of financial pain and not the influence of the old

Federica Liberini, Andrew J. Oswald, Eugenio Proto, Michela Redoano

PoliticsPublic OpinionElections. Electoral BehaviourDemographyWell BeingSocial AttitudesFinance


House of the rising son (or daughter): the impact of parental wealth on their children’s homeownership

John Wood, Stephen Clarke

HouseholdsSavings And AssetsFinanceHousing Market


Ethnic diversity in the UK: new opportunities and changing constraints

Lucinda Platt, Alita Nandi

Social SciencesMigrationResearchEthnic GroupsSurveys


Leveraging DNA-methylation quantitative-trait loci to characterize the relationship between methylomic variation, gene expression, and complex traits

Eilis Hannon, Tyler J. Gorrie-Stone, Melissa Smart, Joe Burrage, Amanda Hughes

Science And TechnologyResearchHealthBiologyGenetics


Written evidence submitted by Understanding Society, the UK Household Longitudinal Study (Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex) (ATR0040) [House of Commons Transport Select Committee on Active Travel]

Charlotte Hamilton

Public PolicyResearchWell BeingHealthTransportCommutingTravel


Economic well-being, UK: April to June 2018

Gueorguie Vassilev

EconomicsHousehold EconomicsWell BeingFinance


Irregular payments: assessing the breadth and depth of month to month earnings volatility

Daniel Tomlinson

Labour MarketEconomicsIncome DynamicsWages And EarningsFinance


Britain’s family bank: an examination of family financial support across the generations and its impact

Nigel Keohane, Nicole Gicheva, Andrew Barlow

HouseholdsFinance


Tackling problem debt

EconomicsPublic PolicyGovernmentDebt: IndebtednessFinance


Very elderly people needing 24 hour care will double by 2035, study suggests - research news -

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Older PeopleDemographyResearchWell BeingHealthCaregiving


Inflation report

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EconomicsDebt: IndebtednessFinanceHousing Market