Professor Simon Burgess

Professor Simon Burgess

Professor Simon Burgess
Professor of Economics

1.1, 2 Priory Road,
The Priory Road Complex, Priory Road, Clifton
BS8 1TU
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simon.burgess@bristol.ac.uk

Telephone Number (0117)3310764

Department of Economics

Research

Simon Burgess's current research interests are in the economics of eduation, including the importance of teachers, pupils and schools, market structure in education, incentives, and choice. He has also worked on the performance of ethnic minorities in schools and ethnic segregation. Previously he worked on labour economics more generally, including: an economic model of poverty dynamics, empirical models of incentives in organisations, the role of markets in education and health, unemployment and gross job and worker flows. 

Fields of interest

Labour economics, Poverty




Latest publications

  1. Allen, R, Burgess, SM, Davidson, R & Windmeijer, F 2014, ‘More Reliable Inference for the Dissimilarity Index of Segregation’. The Econometrics Journal.
  2. Burgess, SM, Greaves, EJ, Vignoles, AF & Wilson, DJ 2014, ‘What parents want: school preferences and school choice’. The Economic Journal.
  3. Burgess, SM & Greaves, E 2013, ‘Test scores, subjective assessment and stereotyping of ethnic minorities.’. Journal of Labor Economics, vol 31., pp. 535-576
  4. Burgess, SM, Wilson, DJ & Worth, J 2013, ‘A natural experiment in school accountability: the impact of school performance information on pupil progress’. Journal of Public Economics, vol 106., pp. 57-67
  5. Allen, R, Burgess, SM & Mckenna, LS 2013, ‘The short-run impact of using lotteries for school admissions: Early results from Brighton and Hove’s reforms’. Transactions IBG.
  6. Allen, R & Burgess, SM 2013, ‘Evaluating the provision of school performance information for school choice’. Economics of Education Review, vol 34., pp. 175-190
  7. Slater, H, Davies, N & Burgess, S 2012, ‘Do teachers matter? Measuring the variation in teacher effectiveness in England’. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, vol 74., pp. 629-645
  8. Wilson, D, Burgess, S & Briggs, A 2011, ‘The dynamics of school attainment of England’s ethnic minorities’. Journal of Population Economics, vol 24., pp. 681 - 700
  9. Burgess, S, Greaves, E, Vignoles, A & Wilson, D 2011, ‘Parental choice of primary school in England: what types of school do different types of family really have available to them?’. Policy Studies, vol 32., pp. 531 - 547
  10. Burgess, S & Allen, R 2011, ‘Can school league tables help parents choose schools?’. Fiscal Studies, vol 32 (2)., pp. 245 - 262
  11. Burgess, S & Turon, H 2010, ‘Worker flows, job flows and unemployment in a matching model’. European Economic Review, vol 54., pp. 393 - 408
  12. Burgess, S, Propper, C, Ratto, M, Scholder, SVHK & Tominey, E 2010, ‘Smarter Task Assignment or Greater Effort: The Impact of Incentives on Team Performance’. Economic Journal, vol 120 ., pp. 968 - 989
  13. Burgess, S, Thompson, SG, Burgess, S, Thompson, SG, Andrews, G, Samani, NJ, Hall, A, Whincup, P, Morris, R, Lawlor, DA, Smith, GD, Timpson, N, Ebrahim, S, Ben-Shlomo, Y, Smith, GD, Timpson, N, Brown, M, Ricketts, S, Sandhu, M, Reiner, A, Psaty, B, Lange, L, Cushman, M, Hung, J, Thompson, P, Beilby, J, Warrington, N, Palmer, LJ, Nordestgaard, BG, Tybjaerg-Hansen, A, Zacho, J, Wu, C, Lowe, G, Tzoulaki, I, Kumari, M, Sandhu, M, Yamamoto, JF, Chiodini, B, Franzosi, M, Hankey, GJ, Jamrozik, K, Palmer, L, Rimm, E, Pai, J, Psaty, B, Heckbert, S, Bis, J, Anand, S, Engert, J, Collins, R, Clarke, R, Melander, O, Berglund, G, Ladenvall, P, Johansson, L, Jansson, J-H, Hallmans, G, Hingorani, A, Humphries, S, Rimm, E, Manson, J, Pai, J, Watkins, H, Clarke, R, Hopewell, J, Saleheen, D, Frossard, R, Danesh, J, Sattar, N, Robertson, M, Shepherd, J, Schaefer, E, Hofman, A, Witteman, JCM, Kardys, I, Ben-Shlomo, Y, Smith, GD, Timpson, N, Faire, Ud, Bennet, A, Sattar, N, Ford, I, Packard, C, Kumari, M, Manson, J, Lawlor, DA, Smith, GD, Anand, S, Collins, R, Casas, JP, Danesh, J, Smith, GD, Franzosi, M, Hingorani, A, Lawlor, DA, Manson, J, Nordestgaard, BG, Samani, NJ, Sandhu, M, Smeeth, L, Wensley, F, Anand, S, Bowden, J, Burgess, S, Casas, JP, Di Angelantonio, E, Engert, J, Gao, P, Shah, T, Smeeth, L, Thompson, SG, Verzilli, C, Walker, M, Whittaker, J, Hingorani, A, Danesh, J & 2010, ‘Bayesian methods for meta-analysis of causal relationships estimated using genetic instrumental variables’. Statistics for Medicine, vol 29., pp. 1298 - 1311
  14. Burgess, S, Thompson, SG, Burgess, S, Thompson, SG, Andrews, G, Samani, NJ, Hall, A, Whincup, P, Morris, R, Lawlor, DA, Smith, GD, Timpson, N, Ebrahim, S, Ben-Shlomo, Y, Smith, GD, Timpson, N, Brown, M, Ricketts, S, Sandhu, M, Reiner, A, Psaty, B, Lange, L, Cushman, M, Hung, J, Thompson, P, Beilby, J, Warrington, N, Palmer, LJ, Nordestgaard, BG, Tybjaerg-Hansen, A, Zacho, J, Wu, C, Lowe, G, Tzoulaki, I, Kumari, M, Sandhu, M, Yamamoto, JF, Chiodini, B, Franzosi, M, Hankey, GJ, Jamrozik, K, Palmer, L, Rimm, E, Pai, J, Psaty, B, Heckbert, S, Bis, J, Anand, S, Engert, J, Collins, R, Clarke, R, Melander, O, Berglund, G, Ladenvall, P, Johansson, L, Jansson, J-H, Hallmans, G, Hingorani, A, Humphries, S, Rimm, E, Manson, J, Pai, J, Watkins, H, Clarke, R, Hopewell, J, Saleheen, D, Frossard, R, Danesh, J, Sattar, N, Robertson, M, Shepherd, J, Schaefer, E, Hofman, A, Witteman, JCM, Kardys, I, Ben-Shlomo, Y, Smith, GD, Timpson, N, Faire, Ud, Bennet, A, Sattar, N, Ford, I, Packard, C, Kumari, M, Manson, J, Lawlor, DA, Smith, GD, Anand, S, Collins, R, Casas, JP, Danesh, J, Smith, GD, Franzosi, M, Hingorani, A, Lawlor, DA, Manson, J, Nordestgaard, BG, Samani, NJ, Sandhu, M, Smeeth, L, Wensley, F, Anand, S, Bowden, J, Burgess, S, Casas, JP, Di Angelantonio, E, Engert, J, Gao, P, Shah, T, Smeeth, L, Thompson, SG, Verzilli, C, Walker, M, Whittaker, J, Hingorani, A, Danesh, J & 2010, ‘Bayesian methods for meta-analysis of causal relationships estimated using genetic instrumental variables’. Statistics for Medicine, vol 29., pp. 1298 - 1311
  15. Allen, R & Burgess, SM 2010, ‘Evaluating the Provision of School Performance Information for School Choice’. University of Bristol, CMPO, pp. 1-38
  16. Burgess, S & Briggs, A 2010, ‘School assignment, school choice and social mobility’. Economics of Education Review, vol 29 (4)., pp. 639 - 649
  17. Burgess, SM, Wilson, DJ & Worth, J 2010, ‘A natural experiment in school accountability: the impact of school performance information on pupil progress and sorting’. University of Bristol, CMPO, pp. 0-45
  18. Atkinson, A, Burgess, S, Croxson, B, Gregg, P, Propper, C, Slater, H & Wilson, D 2009, ‘Evaluating the impact of performance-related pay for teachers in England’. Labour Economics, vol 16., pp. 251 - 261
  19. Burgess, S, Lane, J & McKinney, K 2009, ‘Matching, Reallocation and Changes in Earnings Dispersion’. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, vol 71 ., pp. 91 - 110
  20. Propper, C, Burgess, S & Gossage, D 2008, ‘Competition and Quality: Evidence from the NHS Internal Market 1991-1999’. Economic Journal, vol 118 (525)., pp. 138 - 170
  21. Wilson, DJ, Johnston, R, Harris, RJ & Burgess, SM 2008, ‘'Sleepwalking towards segregation?' The changing ethnic composition of Engoish schools 1997-2003 an entry cohort analysis’. Transactions IBG, vol 33., pp. 73-90
  22. Burgess, S & Lord, J 2008, ‘Should public servants get bonuses?’.
  23. Burgess, S, Propper, C & Knies, G 2008, ‘Keeping up with the Schmidt's - An Empirical Test of Relative Deprivation Theory in the Neighbourhood Context’. Journal of Applied Social Science Studies, vol 128 (1)., pp. 75 - 108
  24. Burgess, S, Gregg, P, Propper, C & Washbrook, E 2008, ‘Maternity rights and mothers' return to work’. Labour Economics, vol 15., pp. 168 - 201
  25. Atkinson, A, Burgess, S, Gregg, P, Propper, C & Proud, S 2008, ‘The Impact of Classroom Peer Groups on Pupil GCSE Results’. University of Bristol
  26. Burgess, S, Propper, C, Wilson, D & Johnson, D 2008, ‘The transition of pupils from primary to secondary school in England’. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 33., pp. 388 - 403
  27. Burgess, S, Spiess, K & Haussermann, H 2008, ‘Introduction: "Neighbourhood Effects Studies on the Basis of European Micro-data"’. Journal of Applied Social Science Studies, vol 128 (1)., pp. 3 - 6
  28. Propper, C, Burgess, S, Bolster, A, Leckie, G, Jones, K & Johnston, R 2007, ‘The impact of neighbourhood on the income and mental health of British social renters’. Urban Studies, vol 44 (2)., pp. 393 - 415
  29. Propper, C, Rigg, J & Burgess, S 2007, ‘Child health: evidence on the roles of family income and maternal mental health from a UK birth cohort’. Health Economics, vol 16 (11)., pp. 1245 - 1269
  30. Andersson, F, Burgess, S & Lane, J 2007, ‘Cities, matching and the productivity gains of agglomeration’. Journal of Urban Economics, vol 61 (1)., pp. 112 - 128
  31. Goldstein, H, Burgess, S & McConell, B 2007, ‘Modelling the effect of pupil mobility on school differences in educational achievement’. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A (Statistics in Society), vol 170 (4)., pp. 941 - 954
  32. Burgess, S, McConnell, B, Propper, C & Wilson, D 2007, ‘The Impact of School Choice on Sorting by Ability and Socioeconomic Factors in English Secondary Education’. in: L Woessmann, PE Peterson (eds) Schools and the Equal Opportunity Problem. MIT Press, pp. 273 - 292
  33. Burgess, S, Propper, C & Wilson, D 2007, ‘The Impact of School Choice in England: Implications from the economic evidence’. Policy Studies, vol 28 (2)., pp. 129 - 143
  34. Harris, R, Johnston, R & Burgess, S 2007, ‘Neighborhoods, ethnicity and school choice: developing a statistical framework for geodemographic analysis’. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, vol 26 (5-6)., pp. 553 - 579
  35. Burgess, S, Johnston, R & Wilson, D 2007, ‘Ethnic segregation and educational performance at secondary school in Bradford and Leicester’. Environment and Planning, A, vol 39 (3)., pp. 609 - 629
  36. Bolster, A, Burgess, S, Johnston, R, Jones, K, Propper, C & Sarker, R 2007, ‘Neighbourhoods, households and income dynamics: a semi-parametric investigagion of neighbourhood effects’. Journal of Economic Geography, vol 7 (1)., pp. 1 - 38
  37. Johnston, R, Jones, K, Propper, C & Burgess, S 2007, ‘Region, Local Context, and Voting at the 1997 General Election in England’. American Journal of Political Science, vol 51 (3)., pp. 640 - 654
  38. Propper, C, Burgess, SM, Bolster, AA, Leckie, G, Jones, K & Johnston, R 2006, ‘The impact of neighbourhood on the income and mental health of British social renters’., pp. 1-37
  39. Propper, C, Wilson, D & Burgess, S 2006, ‘Extending Choice in English Health Care: The Implications of the Economic Evidence’. Journal of Social Policy, vol 35 (4)., pp. 537 - 557
  40. Burgess, S, Propper, C & Dickson, M 2006, ‘The Analysis of Poverty Data with Endogenous Transitions’. Fiscal Studies, vol 27(1)., pp. 75 - 98
  41. Aassve, A, Burgess, S, Propper, C & Dickson, M 2006, ‘Employment, family union and childbearing decisions in Great Britain’. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, Statistics in Society, vol 169 (4)., pp. 781 - 804
  42. Burgess, S, Propper, C & Gardiner, K 2006, ‘School, Family and County Effects on Adolescents' Later Life Chances’. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, vol 27(2)., pp. 155 - 184
  43. Johnston, R, Burgess, S, Wilson, D & Harris, R 2006, ‘School and Residential Ethnic Segregation: An Analysis of Variations across England's Local Education Authorities’. Regional Studies, vol 40(9)., pp. 973 - 990
  44. Briggs, A, Burgess, S & Wilson, D 2006, ‘The Dynamics of Secondary School Attainment of Minority Ethnic Students in Wales’. Welsh Assembly Government
  45. Burgess, S, Wilson, D & Lupton, R 2005, ‘Parallel lives? Ethnic segregation in schools and neighbourhoods’. Urban Studies, vol 42 (7)., pp. 1027 - 1056
  46. Propper, C, Jones, K, Bolster, A, Burgess, S, Johnston, R & Sarker, R 2005, ‘Local neighbourhood and mental health: Evidence from the UK’. Social Science and Medicine, vol 61 (10)., pp. 2065 - 2083
  47. Burgess, S & Turon, H 2005, ‘Unemployment Dynamics in Britain’. Economic Journal, vol 115 (503)., pp. 423 - 448
  48. Johnston, R, Jones, K, Propper, C, Sarker, R, Burgess, S & Bolster, A 2005, ‘A missing level in the analysis of British voting behaviour: the household as context as shown by analyses of a 1992-1997 longitudinal survey’. Electoral Studies, vol 24., pp. 201 - 225
  49. Burgess, S, Scholder, SvHK, Propper, C, Ratto, M & Tominey, E 2005, ‘Evaluation of the Introduction of the Makinson Incentive Scheme in HM Customs and Excise’. HM Customs and Excise
  50. Johnston, R, Propper, C, Sarker, R, Jones, K, Bolster, A & Burgess, S 2005, ‘Neighbourhood social capital and neighbourhood effects’. Environment and Planning A, vol 37 (8)., pp. 1143 - 1459
  51. Johnston, R, Propper, C, Burgess, S, Sarker, R, Bolster, A & Jones, K 2005, ‘Spatial Scale and the Neighbourhood Effect: Multinomial Models of Voting at Two Recent British General Elections’. British Journal of Political Science, vol 35 (3)., pp. 487 - 514
  52. Johnston, R, Wilson, D & Burgess, S 2005, ‘England's multi-ethnic educational system? A classification of secondary schools’. Environment and Planning A, vol 37., pp. 45 - 62
  53. Gregg, P, Propper, C, Washbrook, E, Burgess, S & Meadows, S 2005, ‘Up To 7. Understanding the Impact of Poverty on Children of the 90s’. DfES
  54. Gregg, P, Washbrook, E, Propper, C & Burgess, S 2005, ‘The Effects of a Mother's Return to Work Decision on Child Development in the UK’. Economic Journal, vol 115 (501)., pp. F48 - F80
  55. Andersson, F, Burgess, S, Holzer, H & Lane, J 2005, ‘Where are the Good Jobs? The Role of Local Geography’. in: F Andersson, HJ Holzer, JI Lane (eds) Moving Up or Moving On: Who Advances in the Low-Wage Labor Market?. Sage, New York
  56. Burgess, S & Wilson, D 2005, ‘Ethnic segregation in England's schools’. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, vol 30 (1)., pp. 20 - 36
  57. Johnston, R, Sarker, R, Jones, K, Bolster, A, Propper, C & Burgess, S 2005, ‘Egocentric economic voting and changes in party choice: Great Britain, 1992-2001’. Journal of Elections, Political Opinion and Parties, vol 1., pp. 129 - 144
  58. Burgess, S, Propper, C & Wilson, D 2005, ‘Will More Choice Improve Outcomes in Education and Health Care? The Evidence from Economic Research’. CMPO Report, University of Bristol
  59. Johnston, R, Jones, K, Sarker, R, Propper, C, Burgess, S & Bolster, A 2004, ‘Party support and the neighbourhood effect: spatial polarisation of the British electorate, 1991-2001’. Political Geography, vol 23., pp. 367 - 502
  60. Propper, C, Burgess, S & Green, K 2004, ‘Does competition between hospitals improve the quality of care? Hospital death rates and the NHS internal market’. Journal of Public Economics, vol 88 (7-8)., pp. 1247 - 1272
  61. Wilson, D, Burgess, S & Johnston, R 2004, ‘School Segregation in Multi-Ethnic England’. Ethnicities, vol 4., pp. 237 - 266
  62. Wilson, D, McConnell, B, Burgess, S & Propper, C 2004, ‘Girls Rock, Boys Roll: An Analysis of the Age 14-16 Gender Gap in English Schools’. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, vol 51., pp. 209 - 229
  63. Johnston, R, Jones, K, Burgess, S, Propper, C, Sarker, R & Bolster, A 2004, ‘Scale, Factor analyses and neighbourhood effects’. Geographical analysis, vol 36(4)., pp. 350 - 368
  64. Burgess, S, Propper, C, Ratto, M & Tominey, E 2004, ‘Evaluation of the Introduction of the Makinson Incentive Scheme in Child Support Agency’. Child Support Agency
  65. Atkinson, A, Burgess, S, Croxson, B, Gregg, P, Propper, C, Slater, H & Wilson, D 2004, ‘Evaluating the Impact of Performance-related Pay for Teachers in England’.
  66. Ratto, M & Burgess, S 2003, ‘The Role of Incentives in the Public Sector: Issues and Evidence’. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, vol Volume 19, no. 2., pp. 285 - 300
  67. Dickson, M, Burgess, S & Propper, C 2003, ‘The Analysis of Poverty Data with Endogenous Transitions, Bristol Economics Discussion Paper, 03/543’.
  68. Tominey, E, Burgess, S, Propper, C & Ratto, M 2003, ‘Incentives in the Public Sector: Some Preliminary Evidence from a UK Government Agency, CMPO Working Paper 03/080’.
  69. Burgess, S, Propper, C, Ratto, M & Tominey, E 2003, ‘Evaluation of the Introduction of the Makinson Incentive Scheme in Jobcentre Plus’. Jobcentre Plus
  70. Burgess, S, Propper, C & Aassve, A 2003, ‘The Role of Income in Marriage and Divorce Transitions Among Young Americans’. Journal of Population Economics, vol 16(3)., pp. 455 - 475
  71. Burgess, S, Propper, C & Gossage, D 2003, ‘Competition and Quality: Evidence from the NHS Internal Market 1991-1999, CMPO Working Paper, 03/077’.
  72. Turon, H & Burgess, S 2003, ‘Unemployment Equilibrium and On-The-Job Search, IZA Discussion Paper, no. 753’.
  73. Propper, C, Burgess, S, Rees, H & Shearer, A 2003, ‘The Class of '81: The Effects of Early Career Unemployment Experiences’. Journal of Labour Economics, vol Volume 10, no. 3., pp. 291 - 311
  74. Burgess, S & Propper, C 2002, ‘The Dynamics of Poverty in Britain’. in: J Hills, J Le Grand, D Piachaud (eds) Understanding Social Exclusion. Oxford University Press
  75. Ratto, M, Burgess, S & Propper, C 2002, ‘Using Financial Incentives to Promote Teamwork in Health Care’. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, vol 7(2)., pp. 89 - 70
  76. Aassve, A, Burgess, S, Chesher, A & Propper, C 2002, ‘Transitions from home to marriage of young Americans’. Journal of Applied Econometrics, vol 17 (1)., pp. 1 - 23
  77. Burgess, S, Propper, C & Wilson, D 2002, ‘Does Performance Monitoring Work? A Review of the Evidence from the UK Public Sector, Excluding Health Care’. Commission for Health Improvement
  78. Wilson, D, Burgess, S & Propper, C 2002, ‘Does Performance Monitoring Work? A Review of the Evidence from the UK Public Sector, Excluding Health Care, CMPO Working Paper, 02/049’.
  79. Burgess, S, Propper, C, Ratto, M, Jewitt, I & Croxson, B 2001, ‘Team-Based Incentives in the NHS: An Economic Analysis, CMPO Working Paper 01/037’.
  80. Burgess, S, Lane, J & Stevens, D 2001, ‘Churning Dynamics: Firm-Level Analysis of Hiring’. Labour Economics, vol 8(1)., pp. 1 - 14
  81. Burgess, S & Profit, S 2001, ‘Externalities in the Matching of Workers and Firms in Britain’. Labour Economics, vol Voume 8, no. 3., pp. 313 - 333
  82. Burgess, S & Anderson, P 2000, ‘Empirical Matching Functions: Estimation and Interpretation Using State-Level Data’. Review of Economics and Statistics, vol 82(1)., pp. 93 - 102
  83. Burgess, S, Lane, J & Stevens, D 2000, ‘Job Flows, Worker Flows and Churning’. Journal of Labour Economics, vol 18(3)., pp. 473 - 502
  84. Burgess, S, Lane, J & Stevens, D 2000, ‘Reallocation of Labour and the Lifecycle of the Firm’. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, vol 62.
  85. Burgess, S 2000, ‘Le Chomage au Royaume-Uni: une perspective dynamique’. Economie et Statistique, vol 2, 332-333., pp. 117 - 132
  86. Burgess, S, Knetter, M & Michelacci, C 2000, ‘Employment and Output Adjustment in the OECD: A Disaggregate Analysis of the Role of Job Security Provisions’. Economica, vol 67., pp. 419 - 435
  87. Turon, H & Burgess, S 2000, ‘Unemployment Dynamics, Duration and Equilibrium: Evidence From Britain’. CEPR Discussion Paper, vol 2490.
  88. Rees, H, Burgess, S, Propper, C & Shearer, A 1999, ‘The Class of '81: The Effects of Early Career Unemployment on Subsequent Unemployment Experiences’. CMPO Working Paper, vol 99/011.
  89. Burgess, S, Lane, J & Salvanes, K 1999, ‘Sources of Earnings Dispersion in a Linked Employer-Employee Dataset: Evidence from Norway’. in: J Haltiwanger, J Lane, J Spletzer, J Theeuwes, K Troske (eds) The Creation of Analysis of Employer and Employee Matched Data. North Holland
  90. Burgess, S & Propper, C 1999, ‘Poverty in Britian’. in: P Gregg, J Wadsorth (eds) The State of Working Britian. Manchester University Press
  91. Burgess, S, Lane, J, Miranda, J & Spletzer, J 1999, ‘The Effect of Firm and Worker Characteristics on Earnings Dispersion: Longitudinal Evidence from linked Data’. in: J Haltiwanger, J Lane, J Spletzer, J Theeuwes, K Troske (eds) The Creation and Analysis of Employer and Employee Matched Data. North Holland
  92. Burgess, S 1998, ‘The Use of Longitudinal Matched Worker-Employment Data in Labor Market’. American Statistical Association Proceedings.
  93. Burgess, S & Knetter, M 1998, ‘An International Comparison of Employment Adjustment to Exchange Rate Fluctuation’. Review of International Economics, vol 6(1)., pp. 151 - 166
  94. Burgess, S 1998, ‘Analysing Firms, Jobs & Turnover’. Monthly Labor Review, vol 121., pp. 55 - 57
  95. Burgess, S, Lane, J & Stevens, D 1998, ‘Hiring Risky Workers: Some Evidence’. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, vol 7(4)., pp. 669 - 976
  96. Burgess, S & Rees, H 1998, ‘A disaggregate analysis of the evolution of job tenure in Britain, 1975-1993’. British Journal of Industrial Relations, vol 36., pp. 629 - 655
  97. Burgess, S & Propper, C 1998, ‘Early health related behaviours and their impact on later life chances: evidence from the US’. Health Economics, vol 7., pp. 381 - 399
  98. Burgess, S & Rees, H 1997, ‘Transient jobs and lifetime jobs: dualism in the British labour market’. Oxford Bulletin of Economics & Statistics, vol 59., pp. 309 - 328
  99. Burgess, S & Propper, C 1997, ‘Young Americans in poverty 1979-1991’. in: P Gregg (eds) Jobs workers & poverty: patterns of persistence and mobility in the flexible labour market. Centre for Economic Performance, pp. 165 - 179
  100. Burgess, S & Rees, H 1996, ‘Job tenure in Britain 1975-1992’. Economic Journal, vol 106., pp. 334 - 344

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