Browsing All of EconStor by Author Latreille, Paul L.

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2003 Disability, Gender and the Labour MarketJones, Melanie K.; Latreille, Paul L.; Sloane, Peter J.
2004 Crossing the Tracks? : More on Trends in the Training of Male and Female Workers in Great BritainJones, Melanie K.; Latreille, Paul L.; Sloane, Peter J.
2005 Accounting for Differences in Labour Market Outcomes in Great Britain : A Regional Analysis Using the Labour Force SurveyO'Leary, Nigel C.; Murphy, Philip D.; Latreille, Paul L.; Blackaby, David H.; Sloane, Peter J.
2006 An analysis of reservation wages for the economically inactiveBlackaby, David H.; Latreille, Paul L.; Murphy, Philip D.; O'Leary, Nigel C.; Sloane, Peter J.
2006 How far and for how much? Evidence on wages and potential travel-to-work distances from a survey of the economically inactiveLatreille, Paul L.; Blackaby, David H.; Murphy, Philip D.; O'Leary, Nigel C.; Sloane, Peter J.
2008 Training, job satisfaction and workplace performance in Britain: evidence from WERS 2004Jones, Melanie K.; Jones, Richard J.; Latreille, Paul L.; Sloane, Peter J.
2008 When it's (mostly) the taking part that counts: the post-application consequences of employment tribunal claimsDrinkwater, Stephen; Latreille, Paul L.; Knight, K.G. Ben
2009 Why do individuals choose self-employment?Dawson, Christopher; Henley, Andrew; Latreille, Paul L.
2011 Work-related health in Europe: Are older workers more at risk?Jones, Melanie K.; Latreille, Paul L.; Sloane, Peter J.; Staneva, Anita V.
2011 Job anxiety, work-related psychological illness and workplace performanceJones, Melanie K.; Latreille, Paul L.; Sloane, Peter J.