Lorraine Dearden
Lorraine Dearden
Professor of Economics and Social Statistics, University College London
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TitleCited byYear
Human capital investment: the returns from education and training to the individual, the firm and the economy
R Blundell, L Dearden, C Meghir, B Sianesi
Fiscal studies 20 (1), 1-23, 1999
9931999
The impact of training on productivity and wages: Evidence from British panel data
L Dearden, H Reed, J Van Reenen
Oxford bulletin of economics and statistics 68 (4), 397-421, 2006
6302006
Intergenerational mobility in Britain
L Dearden, S Machin, H Reed
The Economic Journal 107 (440), 47-66, 1997
6271997
Evaluating the effect of education on earnings: models, methods and results from the National Child Development Survey
R Blundell, L Dearden, B Sianesi
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2005
5132005
Widening participation in higher education: analysis using linked administrative data
H Chowdry, C Crawford, L Dearden, A Goodman, A Vignoles
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2013
4692013
The effect of school quality on educational attainment and wages
L Dearden, J Ferri, C Meghir
Review of Economics and Statistics 84 (1), 1-20, 2002
3622002
The determinants and effects of work-related training in Britain
R Blundell, L Dearden, C Meghir
IFS Reports, Institute for Fiscal Studies, 1996
3541996
The returns to higher education in Britain: evidence from a British cohort
R Blundell, L Dearden, A Goodman, H Reed
The Economic Journal 110 (461), F82-F99, 2000
3022000
Who gains when workers train? Training and corporate productivity in a panel of British industries
L Dearden, H Reed, J Van Reenen
IFS Working Papers, 2000
2742000
The returns to academic and vocational qualifications in Britain
L Dearden, S McIntosh, M Myck, A Vignoles
Bulletin of economic research 54 (3), 249-274, 2002
2722002
Social security in a" moral economy": An empirical analysis for Java
M Ravallion, L Dearden
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 36-44, 1988
2231988
When you are born matters: The impact of date of birth on child cognitive outcomes in England
C Crawford, L Dearden, C Meghir
Institute for Fiscal Studies, 2007
207*2007
Higher education, employment and earnings in Britain
R Blundell, L Dearden, A Goodman, H Reed
Institution for Fiscal Studies, 1997
1791997
Conditional cash transfers and school dropout rates
L Dearden, C Emmerson, C Frayne, C Meghir
Journal of Human Resources 44 (4), 827-857, 2009
1462009
How English domiciled graduate earnings vary with gender, institution attended, subject and socio-economic background
J Britton, L Dearden, N Shephard, A Vignoles
IFS Working Papers, 2016
1382016
The impact of tuition fees and support on university participation in the UK
L Dearden, E Fitzsimons, G Wyness
IFS Working Papers, 2011
1142011
The effects of families and ability on men's education and earnings in Britain
L Dearden
Labour Economics 6 (4), 551-567, 1999
1121999
Estimating the returns to education: Models, methods and results
R Blundell, L Dearden, B Sianesi
Centre for the Economics of Education, London School of Economics and …, 2001
1042001
Higher education funding reforms in England: The distributional effects and the shifting balance of costs
L Dearden, E Fitzsimons, A Goodman, G Kaplan
The Economic Journal 118 (526), F100-F125, 2008
1002008
When you are born matters: the impact of date of birth on educational outcomes in England
C Crawford, L Dearden, C Meghir
IFS working papers, 2010
932010
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