John Ermisch
John Ermisch
Professor of Family Demography, Oxford University
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Family matters: Impacts of family background on educational attainments
J Ermisch, M Francesconi
Economica 68 (270), 137-156, 2001
An economic analysis of the family
JF Ermisch
An Economic Analysis of the Family, 2016
Family structure and children's achievements
JF Ermisch, M Francesconi
Journal of population economics 14 (2), 249-270, 2001
Prices, parents, and young people's household formation
J Ermisch
Journal of urban economics 45 (1), 47-71, 1999
Purchased child care, optimal family size and mother's employment Theory and econometric analysis
JF Ermisch
Journal of Population Economics 2 (2), 79-102, 1989
A microeconomic analysis of the timing of births
A Cigno, J Ermisch
European economic review 33 (4), 737-760, 1989
Wage offers and full-time and part-time employment by British women
JF Ermisch, RE Wright
Journal of Human Resources, 111-133, 1993
Intergenerational mobility and marital sorting
J Ermisch, M Francesconi, T Siedler
The Economic Journal 116 (513), 659-679, 2006
The economic determinants of young people's household formation
J Ermisch, P Di Salvo
Economica 64 (256), 627-644, 1997
Measuring people's trust
J Ermisch, D Gambetta, H Laurie, T Siedler, SC Noah Uhrig
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2009
Cohabitation in Great Britain: not for long, but here to stay
J Ermisch, M Francesconi
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2000
Gender discrimination in the British labour market: a reassessment
RE Wright, JF Ermisch
The Economic Journal 101 (406), 508-522, 1991
From parents to children: The intergenerational transmission of advantage
J Ermisch, M Jantti, TM Smeeding
Russell Sage Foundation, 2012
Origins of social immobility and inequality: parenting and early child development
J Ermisch
National Institute Economic Review 205, 62-71, 2008
Intergenerational earnings mobility: changes across cohorts in Britain
C Nicoletti, JF Ermisch
The BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 7 (2), 2008
Family structure, home time demands, and the employment patterns of Japanese married women
N Ogawa, JF Ermisch
Journal of Labor Economics 14 (4), 677-702, 1996
Econometric analysis of birth rate dynamics in Britain
J Ermisch
The Journal of Human Resources 23 (4), 563-576, 1988
Do strong family ties inhibit trust?
J Ermisch, D Gambetta
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 75 (3), 365-376, 2010
The price elasticity of housing demand in Britain: issues of sample selection
JF Ermisch, J Findlay, K Gibb
Journal of Housing Economics 5 (1), 64-86, 1996
The effect of parents' employment on children's educational attainment
J Ermisch, M Francesconi
IZA Discussion Papers, 2000
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