Browsing All of EconStor by Author Goodman, Alissa

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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2004 Understanding the Effects of Early Motherhood in Britain : The Effects on MothersWalker, Ian; Goodman, Alissa; Kaplan, Greg
2004 Understanding the effects of early motherhood in Britain: The effects on mothersGoodman, Alissa; Kaplan, Greg; Walker, Ian
2004 Permanent differences? Income and expenditure inequality in the 1990s and 2000sGoodman, Alissa; Oldfield, Zoë
2007 Higher education funding reforms in England: The distributional effects and the shifting balance of costsDearden, Lorraine; Fitzsimons, Emla; Goodman, Alissa; Kaplan, Greg
2008 Widening participation in higher education: Analysis using linked administrative dataChowdry, Haroon; Crawford, Claire; Dearden, Lorraine; Goodman, Alissa; Vignoles, Anna
2010 Widening participation in higher education: Analysis using linked administrative dataChowdry, Haroon; Crawford, Claire; Dearden, Lorraine; Goodman, Alissa; Vignoles, Anna
2010 The role of attitudes and behaviours in explaining socio-economic differences in attainment at age 16Chowdry, Haroon; Crawford, Claire; Goodman, Alissa
2010 Widening participation in higher education: Analysis using linked administrative dataChowdry, Haroon; Crawford, Claire; Dearden, Lorraine; Goodman, Alissa; Vignoles, Anna
2010 Explaining the socio-economic gradient in child outcomes: The intergenerational transmission of cognitive skillsCrawford, Claire; Goodman, Alissa; Joyce, Robert
2013 Cohabitation, marriage, relationship stability and child outcomes: Final reportCrawford, Claire; Goodman, Alissa; Greaves, Ellen
2021 Parental Wealth and Children’s Cognitive Ability, Mental, and Physical Health: Evidence From the UK Millennium Cohort StudyMoulton, Vanessa; Goodman, Alissa; Nasim, Bilal; Ploubidis, George B.; Gambaro, Ludovica