Our policy briefs are non-technical summaries of our latest research aimed at policy makers.
The series started in 2020 and summarises some of the cutting edge research from the Department of Economics at the University of Sheffield, focusing on the policy relevant results and implications of this work.
Health shocks within couples: effects on labour supply and informal caring
|Annarita Macchioni Giaquinto, Andrew Jones, Nigel Rice and Francesca Zantomio||PDF, 170KB|
|1/2020||How can we explain the geographic variation in disability benefit claims in the UK?||Jennifer Roberts and Karl Taylor||PDF, 271KB|
|2/2020||What are the effects of chronic mental and physical health conditions on sickness absence in the UK?||Mark Bryan, Andrew Bryce and Jennifer Roberts||PDF, 201KB|
|3/2020||What are the effects of poor mental health and physical impairment on presenteeism in the UK?||Mark Bryan, Andrew Bryce and Jennifer Roberts||PDF, 162KB|
|4/2020||How much does mental health influence employment in England and Wales?||
Mark Bryan, Nigel Rice, Jennifer Roberts and Cristina Sechel
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