Journal articles

‘Multilevel Modelling of Country Effects: A Cautionary Tale’ (2015), with Stephen P Jenkins, forthcoming European Sociological Review, DOI: 10.1093/esr/jcv059. Includes Supplementary Material.

'Access to Flexible Working and Informal Care' (2012), Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 59(4): 361-389.

'Does housework lower wages? Evidence for Britain' (2011), with Almudena Sevilla-Sanz, Oxford Economic Papers, 63(1): 187-210.

'Income, Deprivation and Poverty: a longitudinal analysis' (2011), with Richard Berthoud, Journal of Social Policy, 40(1): 135-156.
Copyright CUP.

'Are there Asymmetries in the Effects of Training on the Conditional Male Wage Distribution?' (2010), with Wiji Arulampalam and Alison Booth, Journal of Population Economics, 23: 251–272.

'Workers, Workplaces and Working Hours' (2007), British Journal of Industrial Relations, 45(4), 735-759.

'Is There a Glass Ceiling over Europe? Exploring the Gender Pay Gap across the Wages Distribution', with Wiji Arulampalam and Alison Booth (2007), Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 60(2), 163-186.

'Free To Choose? Differences in the Hours Determination of Constrained and Unconstrained Workers' (2007), Oxford Economic Papers, 59(2), 226-252.

'Who Pays for General Training in Private Sector Britain?', with Alison Booth (2007), Research in Labor Economics, 26, 85-123.

'Testing Some Predictions of Human Capital Theory: New Training Evidence from Britain', with Alison Booth (2005), Review of Economics and Statistics, 87(2), 391-394.

'Training and the New Minimum Wage', with Wiji Arulampalam and Alison Booth (2004), Economic Journal, 114(494), C87-C96.*

'Training in Europe', with Wiji Arulampalam and Alison Booth (2004), Journal of the European Economic Association, 2(2-3), 346-360.

'The Union Membership Wage Premium Puzzle: Is there a Free-Rider Problem?', with Alison Booth (2004), Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 57(3), 401-421.

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