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Intergenerational mobility in britain: does sample selection matter?

Professor Cheti Nicoletti | Economics | 17 June 2003

The project has two key objectives. The first is methodological. It aims at evaluating the role played by sample selection in intergenerational mobility studies. The second objective is substantial. By estimating intergenerational corrrelations of ea ...

The interplay between implicit and explicit attitudes in predicting behaviour

Professor Marco Perugini | Psychology | 15 June 2003

The research aims at exploring the interplay between implicit and explicit attitudes in influencing a range of behaviours within two different domains. The two domains, prosocial behaviour and dietary choices, are quite distinct and represent importa ...

Exact local whittle estimation of fractionally cointegrated systems

Dr K Shimotsu | Economics | 01 October 2002

The main objective of this project is to develop an estimation method for a fractionally cointegrated system that requires no prior knowledge about the range of the memory parameter (d) of the variables in the system. Hence, it achieves a methodologi ...

Towards a recency-based account of episodic memory

Professor Geoffrey Ward | Psychology | 01 October 2002

The proposed programme of research aims to distinguish between three competing accounts of free recall: (i) the traditional dual-store account of memory, (ii) the working memory model, and (iii) a more recent, recency-based account memory, in which e ...

The sociological study of fertility and mortality in ipswich 1872-1910

Dr P Razzell | Sociology | 01 July 2002

Understanding english demography in the late nineteenth and the early twentieth centuries has been considered by restriction of access to civil registers. Copies of the civil birth and death registers have been located in the ipswich record office an ...

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