Working Papers

The British Low-Wage Sector and the Employment Prospects of the Unemployed

By Alexander Plum 
School of Economics Working Paper Series 18/08

Evaluating the impact of 20 hours free early childhood education on women's labour market participation

By Isabelle Bouchard, Lydia Cheng and Gail Pacheco
School of Economics Working Paper Series 18/05

Maternal smoking during pregnancy and child weight outcomes: new evidence from longitudinal data

By Kabir Dasgupta, Keshar M. Ghimire and Gail Pacheco
School of Economics Working Paper Series 18/04

Evaluating the Impact of Mothers' Self-esteem on Early Childhood Home Environment: Evidence from the NLSY

By Tirthatanmoy Das and Kabir Dasgupta
School of Economics Working Paper Series 18/03

Land Use Regulation, the redevelopment Premium and House Prices

By Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy, Gail Pacheco and Kade Sorensen
School of Economics Working Paper Series 18/02

The economists and New Zealand population: problems and policies 1900-1980s

By Geoffrey Brooke, Anthony Endres and Alan Rogers
This paper was published in the journal of New Zealand Economics Papers, Volume 52, Issue 2

Empirical evidence of the gender pay gap in NZ

By Gail Pacheco, Chao Li and Bill Cochrane
School of Economics Working Paper Series 17/05

Family Size Effects on Child Health: Evidence of the Quantity-Quality Trade-off using the NLSY

By Kabir Dasgupta and Keisha Solomon
School of Economics Working Paper Series 17/04
This paper was subsequently published in the journal of Economics & Human Biology, Volume 29, May 2018

Explaining ethnic disparities in bachelor's degree participation: Evidence from NZ

By Lisa Meehan, Gail Pacheco and Zoe Pushon
School of Economics Working Paper Series 17/03
This paper was subsequently published in the journal of Studies in Higher Education

Insights 2017: Findings from the UK Household Longitudinal Study

By Gundi Knies and Alexander Plum
Institute for Social & Economic Research, University of Essex

Mutualism beyond the "mutual": The collective development of a New Zealand single industry town hospital

By Fiona Hurd and Suzette Dyer
This paper was published in the Labour History journal, Volume 112, May 2017 Issue.

The battle over employer-determined flexibility

By Erling Ramussen, Barry Foster (Massey), Deirdre Farr (Massey), Stefan Quifors, Warren Goodsir, and Paul Sutcliffe
This paper was published in the Employee Relations journal, Volume 38, Issue 6.

Warrantless arrest laws for domestic violence: How are youth affected?

By Kabir Dasgupta and Gail Pacheco
School of Economics Working Paper Series 16/07
This paper was subsequently published in The B.E Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, Volume 18, Issue 1
Other research relating to domestic violence-related child welfare legislation was also published in the Health Economics Letter, Volume 27

Youth Response to State Cyberbullying Laws

By Kabir Dasgupta
School of Economics Working Paper Series 16/05
This paper was subsequently published in the journal of New Zealand Economic Papers in May 2018.