Social Change and Innovation in the Labour Market: Evidence from the Census SARs on Occupational Segregation and Labour Mobility, Part-Time Work and Student Jobs, Homework and Self-Employment

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AUTHOR INDEX
Addison, J. T.247, 291
Allen, S.44, 178, 185, 291
Anderson, M.95, 291
Andrews, H. F.188, 291
Applebaum, E.178, 291
Arrow, K. J.31, 291
Ash, R. A.191, 206, 209, 230, 293
Ashenfelter, O.291
Bannock, G.217, 291
Baron, J. N.11, 63, 291, 309
Baxter, J. L.310
Beatson, M.123, 147, 201-2, 291
Bechhofer, F.291
Becker, G.31, 291
Beechey, V.102, 138, 291
Berger, P. A.46, 243, 291
Berk, R.55, 103, 291
Beron, K.301
Berryman, S. E.55, 309
Bianchi, S. M.10, 12, 306
Bielby, W. T.11, 291
Birkelund, G. E.102, 112, 130, 138, 306, 310
Bevan, J.201, 291
Blackburn, R. M.7, 9, 27, 235, 255-6, 292,305,307-8
Blanpain, R.2, 102, 114-15, 120, 142, 292
Blau, D. M.201, 292
Blau, F. D.31, 34, 37, 191, 236, 292
Blaxall, M.28, 292
Blossfeld, H.-P.2, 12, 17, 24, 67, 102-3, 105,112,114,116,120,130,140-1,231, 237,292
Bögenhold, D.201, 307
Bone, M.51-2, 97, 177, 292
Boris, E.178, 184, 292
Bosch, G.102, 120, 177, 237, 292
Boyer, R.102, 235, 292
Bradley, H.58, 63, 292
Breakwell, G. M.63, 292
Brown, C.164, 292
Bruegel, I.26, 138, 292
Bryson, A.90, 200, 214, 292
Bubek, D.246, 292
Büchtemann, C. F.117, 139-41, 173, 292
Burchell, B.37, 46, 55, 84, 143, 169, 293, 306-7
Burgess, S.135, 293
Burrows, R.200, 203, 219, 294
Cain, G. G.70, 293
Carter, S.201, 216-17, 293
Cannon, T.201, 216-17, 293
Charles, M.7, 9, 15, 293
Chauvin, K. W.191, 206, 209, 230, 293
Cheung, W.-Y.146-8,157, 300
Chiplin, B.80, 293
Clark, A. E.103, 293
Clogg, C. C.153, 263, 293
Cockburn, C.40, 50, 65, 293
Cohen, D. K.95, 301
Cohn, S.63, 293
Connor, H.37, 293, 301
Coombes, M. G.297
Corcoran, M.55, 293
Corden, A.207, 295
Corti, L.103, 136, 293
Court, G.200, 303
Cragg, A.184, 293
Craig, C.145, 293
Crompton, R.1, 25, 213, 221-2, 232-3, 293-4
Cunningham, J. S.26, 294
Curran, J.200, 203, 207, 219, 294, 307
Curtice, J.103, 294
Dahrendorf, R.102, 294
Dale, A.102, 206, 294
Dale, I.202, 294
Daly, M.201, 213, 215, 294
Daniel, W. W.235, 294
Daniels, C. R.178, 184, 292
Darian, J. C.187, 294
Davidoff, L.152, 294
Davies, H.99, 301
Dawkins, P.102, 292
Dawson, T.184, 293
de Graaf, P. M.257, 296

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