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1993 Children and household living standardsBanks, James; Johnson, Paul
1998 How reliable is the family expenditure survey? Trends in incomes and expenditures over timeBanks, James; Johnson, Paul
1999 What can we learn about pension reform from Generational Accounts for the UK?Banks, James; Disney, Richard; Oldfield, Zoë
1999 Household saving in the UKBanks, James; Tanner, Sarah
2000 UK Household PortfoliosBanks, James; Smith, Sarah
2000 Wealth inequality in the United States and Great BritainBanks, James; Blundell, Richard; Smith, James P.
2002 The distribution of financial wealth in the UK: Evidence from 2000 BHPS dataBanks, James; Smith, Zoë; Wakefield, Matt
2002 Understanding the relative generosity of government financial support to families with childrenBanks, James; Brewer, Mike
2004 International Comparisons of Work DisabilityBanks, James; Kapteyn, Arie; Smith, James P.; van Soest, Arthur
2004 Effectiveness of tax incentives to boost (retirement) saving: Theoretical motivation and empirical evidenceAttanasio, Orazio P.; Banks, James; Wakefield, Matthew
2005 Prepared for retirement? The adequacy and distribution of retirement resources in EnglandBanks, James; Emmerson, Carl; Oldfield, Zoë; Tetlow, Gemma
2005 Preparing for retirement: The pension arrangements and retirement expectations of those approaching state pension age in EnglandBanks, James; Emmerson, Carl; Oldfield, Zoë
2005 Estimating pension wealth of ELSA respondentsBanks, James; Emmerson, Carl; Tetlow, Gemma
2006 The SES health gradient on both sides of the AtlanticBanks, James; Marmot, Michael; Oldfield, Zoë; Smith, James P.
2006 State pensions and the well-being of the elderly in the UKBanks, James; Blundell, Richard; Emmerson, Carl; Oldfield, Zoë
2006 The impact of income shocks on health: Evidence from cohort dataAdda, Jerome; Banks, James; von Gaudecker, Hans-Martin
2006 Understanding pensions: Cognitive function, numerical ability and retirement savingBanks, James; Oldfield, Zoë
2007 The SES health gradient on both sides of the AtlanticBanks, James; Marmot, Michael; Oldfield, Zoë; Smith, James P.
2007 Better prepared for retirement? Using panel data to improve wealth estimates of ELSA respondentsBanks, James; Emmerson, Carl; Tetlow, Gemma
2008 The impact of income shocks on health: evidence from cohort dataAdda, Jérôme; Banks, James; von Gaudecker, Hans-Martin