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Working papers of 2005

  • 2005-04 :: Job Satisfaction as an Assessment Criterion of Labor Market Policy Efficiency. Lesson for Poland from International Experience
    by Dorota Kwiatkowska-Ciotucha & Urszula Zaluska & 2005-05
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  • 2005-03 :: Gender, Cohabitation and Martial Dissolution: Are changes in Irish family composition typical of European countries?
    by Catherine Mary Heffernan & 2005-03

    In the early 1990s, the Irish Republic experienced a watershed in sexual morality with the introduction of legalisation on divorce, contraceptives, right to information on abortion and the decriminalisation of homosexuality. This was accompanied by decreasing family sizes and an increase in non-martial births and cohabitation. The aim of this paper is to examine Irish family practices since the ...
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  • 2005-02 :: Household Income Composition and Household Goods
    by Ivan Voynov & 2005-03

    The paper focuses on the change in household income composition and the factors that determine it. The results bring additional knowledge about household poverty dynamics. Based on the collective approach to the family and the cooperative game theory it is constructed theoretical model of household income composition change. The change in income composition is a result from bargaining between hous...
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  • 2005-01 :: Income inequality and self-rated health status: Evidence from the European Community Household Panel
    by Vincent Hildebrand & Philippe Van Kerm & 2005-01

    We examine the effect of income inequality on individual self-rated health status in a pooled sample of 10 member states of the European Union using longitudinal data from the European Community Household Panel (ECHP) survey. Taking advantage of the longitudinal and cross-national nature of our data, and carefully modelling the self-reported health information, we avoid several of the pitfalls suf...
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