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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2008 Pension benefit insurance and pension plan portfolio choiceCrossley, Thomas; Jametti, Mario
2009 The economics of a temporary VAT cutCrossley, Thomas; Low, Hamish; Wakefield, Matthew
2011 House Prices and Home Ownership: a Cohort AnalysisBottazzi, Renata; Crossley, Thomas; Wakefield, Matthew
2012 The effect of the financial crisis on older households in EnglandBanks, James; Crawford, Rowena; Crossley, Thomas; Emmerson, Carl
2012 Saving on a rainy day, borrowing for a rainy dayAlan, Sule; Crossley, Thomas; Low, Hamish
2012 House prices and home ownership: A cohort analysisBottazzi, Renata; Crossley, Thomas; Wakefield, Matthew
2012 Durable Purchases over the Later Life CycleBrowning, Martin; Crossley, Thomas; Lührmann, Melanie
2012 Saving on a Rainy Day, Borrowing for a Rainy DayAlan, Sule; Crossley, Thomas; Low, Hamish
2014 Can Survey Participation Alter Household Saving Behavior?Winter, Joachim; Crossley, Thomas; de Bresser, Jochem; Delaney, Liam
2014 The measurement of household consumption expendituresBrowning, Martin; Crossley, Thomas; Winter, Joachim
2019 What do we really know about the employment effects of the UK's national minimum wage?Brewer, Mike; Crossley, Thomas; Zilio, Federico
2019 Regression with an imputed dependent variableCrossley, Thomas; Levell, Peter; Poupakis, Stavros
2020 House price rises and borrowing to investCrossley, Thomas; Levell, Peter; Low, Hamish
2020 Regression with an imputed dependent variableCrossley, Thomas; Levell, Peter; Poupakis, Stavros
2020 The idiosyncratic impact of an aggregate shock: The distributional consequences of COVID-19Benzeval, Michaela; Burton, Jonathan; Crossley, Thomas; Fisher, Paul; Jäckle, Annette; Low, Hamish; Read, Brendan