Richard Upward
Richard Upward
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High wage workers and low wage firms: negative assortative matching or limited mobility bias?
MJ Andrews, L Gill, T Schank, R Upward
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2008
2192008
Weighing China’s export basket: The domestic content and technology intensity of Chinese exports
R Upward, Z Wang, J Zheng
Journal of Comparative Economics 41 (2), 527-543, 2013
1942013
Practical fixed-effects estimation methods for the three-way error-components model
M Andrews, T Schank, R Upward
The Stata Journal 6 (4), 461-481, 2006
1742006
The income losses of displaced workers
A Hijzen, R Upward, PW Wright
Journal of Human Resources 45 (1), 243-269, 2010
1612010
Labour mobility within the EU in the context of enlargement and the functioning of the transitional arrangements
H Brücker, T Baas
IAB, 2009
1182009
Foreign-owned firms around the world: A comparative analysis of wages and employment at the micro-level
A Hijzen, PS Martins, T Schank, R Upward
European Economic Review 60, 170-188, 2013
1102013
Employment, job turnover, and trade in producer services: UK firm‐level evidence
A Hijzen, M Pisu, R Upward, PW Wright
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 44 (3), 1020-1043, 2011
1032011
Poverty and exclusion in rural Britain: The dynamics of low income and employment
P Chapman, E Phimister, M Shucksmith, R Upward, E Vera-Toscano
York Publishing Services Ltd, 1998
941998
Job creation, job destruction and the role of small firms: firm‐level evidence for the UK
A Hijzen, R Upward, PW Wright
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 72 (5), 621-647, 2010
912010
Migration and imperfect labor markets: Theory and cross-country evidence from Denmark, Germany and the UK
H Brücker, A Hauptmann, EJ Jahn, R Upward
European Economic Review 66, 205-225, 2014
902014
High wage workers match with high wage firms: Clear evidence of the effects of limited mobility bias
MJ Andrews, L Gill, T Schank, R Upward
Economics Letters 117 (3), 824-827, 2012
822012
The estimation of union wage differentials and the impact of methodological choices
MJ Andrews, MB Stewart, JK Swaffield, R Upward
Labour Economics 5 (4), 449-474, 1998
761998
The takeover and selection effects of foreign ownership in Germany: an analysis using linked worker-firm data
MJ Andrews, L Bellmann, T Schank, R Upward
Available at SSRN 962335, 2007
66*2007
The assessment: globalization and labour-market adjustment
D Greenaway, D Nelson
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 16 (3), 1-11, 2000
63*2000
Successful employer search? An empirical analysis of vacancy duration using micro data
MJ Andrews, S Bradley, D Stott, R Upward
Economica 75 (299), 455-480, 2008
612008
Sectoral transformation and labour-market flows
D Greenaway, R Upward, P Wright
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 16 (3), 57-75, 2000
582000
Practical estimation methods for linked employer-employee data
MJ Andrews, T Schank, R Upward
Diskussionspapiere, 2004
512004
Need, equity and the NHS: the distribution of health care expenditure 1974–87
C Propper, R Upward
Fiscal Studies 13 (2), 1-21, 1992
511992
Estimating the probability of a match using microeconomic data for the youth labour market
MJ Andrews, S Bradley, R Upward
Labour Economics 8 (3), 335-357, 2001
462001
Smooth and Sticky Adjustment: a Comparative Analysis of the US and UK
M Haynes, R Upward, P Wright
Review of International Economics 8 (3), 517-532, 2000
412000
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