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Consideration of environmental factors in reflections on car purchases: attitudinal, behavioural and sociodemographic predictors among a large UK sample

Samuel Chng, Mathew P. White, Charles Abraham, Stephen Skippon

Environmental SociologyPsychologyEconomicsSocial AttitudesTransportSocial Behaviour


Is there a fatherhood wage premium? A reassessment in societies with strong male-breadwinner legacies

Gabriele Mari

Labour MarketEconomicsChildbearing: FertilityWages And EarningsSociology Of Households


Active travel: increasing levels of walking and cycling in England. Eleventh report of session 2017–19. Report, together with formal minutes relating to the report. Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 16 July 2019

Public PolicyPublic PolicyGovernmentGovernmentTransportTransportCommutingCommutingTravelTravel


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

Yang Hu

Time UseWages And EarningsHousehold EconomicsFinanceSociology Of Households


The disutility of commuting? The effect of gender and local labor markets

Nikita Jacob, Luke Munford, Nigel Rice, Jennifer Roberts

Area EffectsTime UseUrban EconomyLabour MarketEconomicsWell BeingTransportCommuting


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

Yang Hu

Time UseWages And EarningsHousehold EconomicsFinanceSociology Of Households


Stepping-stone or dead end: to what extent does part-time employment enable progression out of low pay for male and female employees in the UK?

Madeline Nightingale

Labour MarketWages And EarningsSocial Policy


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

Nicholas Apergis, Tasawar Hayat, Nasser A. Kadasah

HouseholdsWages And EarningsFinanceEconomic Policy


Exploring changes in active travel uptake and cessation across the lifespan: longitudinal evidence from the UK Household Longitudinal Survey

Chance Taylor Pistoll, Steven Cummins

Labour MarketHealthLife Course AnalysisTransportCommutingTravelSocial Stratification


How commuting affects subjective wellbeing

Ben Clark, Kiron Chatterjee, Adam Martin, Adrian Davis

PsychologyWell BeingHealthTransportCommutingTravel


Can cultural consumption increase future earnings? Exploring the economic returns to cultural capital

Aaron Reeves, Robert de Vries

Labour MarketEconomicsWages And EarningsArtsSociologySocial StratificationSocial Mobility


Persisting disadvantages: a study of labour market dynamics of ethnic unemployment and earnings in the UK (2009–2015)

Yaojun Li, Anthony Heath

Labour MarketUnemploymentWages And EarningsEthnic GroupsLife Course Analysis


The gender pay gap

Feargal McGuinness, Doug Pyper

Labour MarketLabour EconomicsPublic PolicyWages And Earnings


The NMW/NLW and progression out of minimum wage jobs in the UK interim report: a report prepared for the Low Pay Commission

Silvia Avram, Susan Harkness

Labour MarketEconomicsPublic PolicyWages And Earnings


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


Sick and stuck at home – how poor health increases electricity consumption and reduces opportunities for environmentally-friendly travel in the United Kingdom

Milena Büchs, AbuBakr Bahaj, Luke Blunden, Leonidas Bourikas, Jane Falkingham

Environmental SociologyHouseholdsHealthTransportTravel


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

Daniel Tomlinson

Labour MarketEconomicsIncome DynamicsWages And EarningsFinance


Female employment and child inequality

Susan Harkness

Lone ParentsChild DevelopmentLabour MarketHouseholdsPovertyIncome DynamicsWages And Earnings


Do low-paid workers benefit from the urban escalator? Evidence from British cities

Sanne Velthuis, Paul Sissons, Nigel Berkeley

Area EffectsGeographyUrban EconomyLabour MarketEconomicsWages And Earnings


Social-demographic indicators, cognitive ability, personality traits, and region as independent predictors of income: findings from the UK Household Longitudinal Study (UKHLS)

Adrian Furnham, Helen Cheng

Area EffectsPsychologyGeographyDemographyIncome DynamicsWages And EarningsFinanceSocial Stratification


Back on track: making the most of parents’ working lives

Nicole Gicheva, Nigel Keohane

Labour MarketHouseholdsPublic PolicyChildbearing: FertilityWages And EarningsCaregiving


The heterogeneous cyclicality of income and wages among the distribution in the UK

María Cervini-Plá, Antonia López-Villavicencio, José I. Silva

EconomicsIncome DynamicsWages And Earnings


Do private school girls marry rich?

Francis Green, Golo Henseke, Samantha Parsons, Alice Sullivan, Richard Wiggins

Social GroupsEducationFamily Formation And DissolutionSavings And AssetsWages And EarningsLife Course AnalysisSocial StratificationSocial Mobility


Can mothers’ part-time work explain the gender pay gap?

Monica Costa Dias, Robert Joyce, Francesca Parodi

Labour MarketFamily Formation And DissolutionChildbearing: FertilityWages And EarningsLife Course Analysis


Gender inequality and family change: commentary

Sam Smethers

Labour MarketHouseholdsPublic PolicyChildbearing: FertilityWelfare BenefitsWages And EarningsLife Course AnalysisSocial AttitudesSurveysSociology Of HouseholdsCaregiving