Other Publications

2014 - current

2019

Kopasker, D., Montagna, C. and Bender, K.A. (2019) Insecure lock-in: the mental health effects of anticipating insecure employment, Discussion Papers in Economics and Finance, 19:7.

McNamee, P., Mendolia, S. and Yerokhin, O. (2019) Social media extensive use and emotional and behavioural outcomes in adolescence: evidence from British longitudinal data. IZA Discussion Paper No. 12834, Bonn, Germany: Institute of Labor Economics (IZA).

 

2018

Aoki, Y. and Santiago, L. (2018) Deprivation, segregation, and socioeconomic class of UK immigrants: does English proficiency matter? IZA Discussion Paper No. 11368, Bonn, Germany: Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA).

Dickey, H., Norwood, P.Watson, V. and Zangelidis, A. (2018) More than meets the eye: has the eye care policy in Scotland had wider health benefits?, Discussion Papers in Economics, 18-1, Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen Business School. 

 

2016

Abul Naga, R. H., Shen, Y. and Yoo, H. I. (2016) Joint hypothesis tests for multidimensional inequality indices, Discussion Paper in Economics, 16-3, Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen Business School. [pdf]

Abul Naga, R. H. and Yalcin, T. (2016) Social welfare analysis for ordered response data, Discussion Paper in Economics, 16-2, Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen Business School. [pdf]

Aoki, Y. (2016) The power of volunteering: you make me happy and I make you happy, OUP Blog, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Aoki, Y. and Santiago, L. (2016) English language skills and socioeconomic segregation of UK immigrants, Discussion Paper in Economics16-7, Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen Business School.

Bell, D. and Elliott, R. F. (2016) Enlightening the European debate: the European referendum - labour markets, migration and benefits, Edinburgh: Royal Society of Edinburgh. [pdf]

Pol, M. van der, Olajide, D., Dusheiko, M., Guthrie, B., Elliott, R.F., Jorm, L.R. and Leyland, A.H. (2016) The impact of quality and accessibility of primary care on admissions for Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions (ACSCs) in Scotland, CSO Focus on Research, Edinburgh: Chief Scientist Office.

Tsuchiya, A. and Watson, V. (2016) Re-thinking "the different perspectives that can be used when eliciting preferences in health", Sheffield: School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield. [pdf]

 

2015

Aoki, Y. and Santiago, L. (2015) Education, health and fertility of UK immigrants: the role of English language skills, Discussion Paper in Economics15-12, Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen Business School.

Aoki, Y. and Santiago, L. (2015) 'Fertility, health and education of UK immigrants: the role of English language skills', CINCH Working Paper Series, Essen, Germany: CINCH. [pdf]

Ludbrook, A. and Griffith, R. (2015) Drinkaware latest viewpoints series: should minimum unit pricing be introduced in the UK? Drinkaware. [Webpage].

Riise, J., Hole, A. R., Gyrd-Hansen, D. and Skåtun, D. (2015) 'GPs’ implicit prioritization through clinical choices: evidence from three national health services', Working Paper in Economics, No. 2/15, Bergen, Norway: University of Bergen. [pdf]

 

2014

Aoki, Y. (2014) Donating time to charity: not working for nothingIZA Discussion Paper No. 7990, Bonn, Germany: Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA).

Aoki, Y. (2014) More schooling, less youth crime? Learning from an earthquake in Japan, IZA Discussion Paper No. 8619, Bonn, Germany: Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA).

Eberth, B., Ludbrook, A., Gerdtham, U.-G. and Hernández, R. (2014) Socioeconomic inequalities in health and behaviour: application of novel approaches to identify health inequality in Scotland and England to inform policy. CSO Focus on Research, Edinburgh: Chief Scientist Office.