SERPS 2019

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Life Satisfaction and Austerity:
Expectations and the Macroeconomy

Ref Title Author(s)
2019001 Household Location in English Cities David Cuberes, Jennifer Roberts and Cristina Sechel
2019002 Charitable Behaviour and Political Ideology:
Evidence for the UK
Sarah Brown and Karl Taylor
2019003 Parental ethnic identity and child development Stuart Campbell, Ana Neuvo-Chiquero, Gurleen Popli and Anita Ratcliffe
2019004 A mailshot in the dark? The impact of the UK government's leaflet on the 2016 EU referendum Harry Pickard
2019005 Tax Evasion on a Social Network Duccio Gamannossi degl'Innocenti and Matthew D. Rablen
2019006 Voluntary Disclosure Schemes for Offshore Tax Evasion Matthew Gould and Matthew D. Rablen
2019007 Weekend working in 21st century Britain: Does it matter for well-being? Andrew M. Bryce
2019008 Happier than them, but more of them are happy: aggregating subjective well-being Cristina Sechel
2019009 Fiscal Austerity and Migration: A Missing Link Guilherme Bandeira, Jordi Caballe, Eugenia Vella
2019010 Democratisation and tax structure in the presence of home production: Evidence from the Kingdom of Greece Pantelis Kammas, Vassilis Sarantides
2019011 Life Satisfaction and Austerity:
Expectations and the Macroeconomy
Sarah Brown, Alexandros Kontonikas, Alberto Montagnoli, Mirko Moro, Luisanna Onnis
2019012 The Social Mobility of Home Ownership: To What Extent Have the Millennials Fared Worse? Joanne Lindley and Steven McIntosh
2019013 Understanding Access Barriers to Public Services: Lessons from a Randomized Domestic Violence Intervention Martin Foureaux Koppensteiner, Jesse Matheson, Reka Plugor