Education & Labour

Publication date: 7 May 2012 | Publication type: Conference and seminar output | Theme: Education & Labour | Authors: Stokes, L, Wilkinson, D. | External authors: George, A
Presented at ECERS International Workshop, Berlin, May 2012
Publication date: 12 Jul 2013 | Publication type: Conference and seminar output | Theme: Education & Labour, Employment & Social policy | Authors: Dorsett, R
presentation at the Education Endowment Foundations Evaluators' conference.
Publication date: 16 Jul 2012 | Publication type: Conference and seminar output | Theme: Education & Labour, Employment & Social policy | Authors: Dorsett, R
presentation at Joint East Asian Social Policy Research Network/Social Policy Association 2012 conference, York See NIESR discussion paper 414
Publication date: 12 Jul 2012 | Publication type: Journal article/book/chapter | Theme: Education & Labour | Authors: Lisenkova, K | External authors: Hermannsson, K, McGregor , P, Swales, K | Journal: Regional Studies
A ‘policy scepticism’ has emerged that challenges the results of conventional regional higher education institution (HEI) impact analyses. This paper provides a systematic critique of such scepticism. While rejecting its extreme form, the limiting effect of the binding public-sector expenditure...
Publication date: 2 Nov 2012 | Publication type: National Institute Economic Review | Theme: Education & Labour, Employment & Social policy | External authors: Kathryn Duckworth and Ingrid Schoon No. 222
Drawing on nationally representative data collected for two age cohorts in the UK, this paper a) assesses the effect of multiple independent socioeconomic risk factors in shaping the transition from school to work; and b) identifies potential protective factors enabling young people to beat the...
Publication date: 7 Nov 2012 | Publication type: Report | Theme: Education & Labour, Employment & Social policy | Authors: Dorsett, R
This paper explores the school-to-work transition in the UK with the aim of achieving a richer understanding of individuals\\\' choices and activities in the ve years after reaching school-leaving age. Through the technique of `optimal matching', we assess the degree of similarity between...
Publication date: 4 May 2012 | Publication type: National Institute Economic Review | Theme: Education & Labour, Employment & Social policy | External authors: Mikkel Barslund No. 220
This study looks at the recent development (1998–2009) in the number of years of schooling that a 6-year old can expect to attend until their 30th birthday for the EU-27 countries. All countries have seen an increase in the number of expected years of schooling, which is driven mainly by increased...
Publication date: 3 Feb 2012 | Publication type: National Institute Economic Review | Theme: Education & Labour | External authors: Stephen Machin and Sandra McNally No. 219
Educational inequalities are evident even before children start school. Those connected to disadvantage widen out as children progress through the education system and into the labour market. We document various forms of educational inequality. We then review available evidence for England about...
Publication date: 20 May 2011 | Publication type: Conference and seminar output | Theme: Education & Labour | Authors: Wilkinson, D., Stokes, L | External authors: Hopkin, R.
Presented at ECERS International Workshop, University of Oxford
Publication date: 8 Apr 2011 | Publication type: Conference and seminar output | Theme: Education & Labour | Authors: Wilkinson, D., Stokes, L | External authors: Hopkin, R.
Presented at INDICSER mid-term conference, Valencia

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