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Distributional analysis appendix slides
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Nafeesa N. Dhalwani, Gary O'Donovan, Francesco Zaccardi, Mark Hamer, Thomas Yates, Melanie Davies and Kamlesh Khunti
Distributional analysis appendix slides
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Online Appendix to accompany IFS Working Paper W14/31: socio-economic differences in university outcomes in the UK: drop-out, degree completion and degree class by Claire Crawford
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The control function approach (Heckman and Robb (1985)) in a system of linear simultaneous equations provides a convenient procedure to estimate one of the functions in the system using reduced form residuals from the other functions as additional regressors. The conditions on the structural system ...
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We develop a new approach to the decomposition of income risk within a nonstationary model of intertemporal choice. The approach allows for changes in income risk over the life cycle and across the business cycle, allowing for mixtures of persistent and transitory components in the dynamic process ...
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This paper provides a new analysis of the main stylised facts underlying the evolution of labour supply at the extensive and intensive margins in three countries: the United States, the United Kingdom and France. We propose a definition of the extensive and intensive margins corresponding ...
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This appendix accompanies IFS Briefing Note 122.
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Online appendix for IFS working paper W10/16, 'Explaining the socio-economic gradient in child outcomes: the intergenerational transmission of cognitive skills'.
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Haroon Chowdry, Claire Crawford and Alissa Goodman
The online appendix for IFS working paper W10/15, 'The role of attitudes and behaviours in explaining socio-economic differences in attainment at age 16'.
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A report of research carried out by Institute for Fiscal Studies on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions. This Appendix provides a detailed and formal derivation of the estimation methods considered in the main report, as well as of the conditions for their validity.