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The Performance of Immigrants in the United Kingdom: Evidence from the GHS
  • B. Bell
  • Political Science
  • 1 March 1997
This paper assesses the performance of immigrants in the U.K. labor market. After reviewing the changes in the source countries of immigration using data from the General Household Surveys over theExpand
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Crime and Immigration: Evidence from Large Immigrant Waves
This paper focuses on empirical connections between crime and immigration, studying two large waves of recent U.K. immigration (the late 1990s/early 2000s asylum seekers and the post-2004 inflow fromExpand
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The Neurodevelopmental Impact of Childhood‐onset Temporal Lobe Epilepsy on Brain Structure and Function
Summary:  Purpose: To characterize the neurodevelopmental correlates of childhood‐onset temporal lobe epilepsy on brain structure and cognition compared with late‐onset chronic temporal lobe epilepsyExpand
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The neurobiology of cognitive disorders in temporal lobe epilepsy
Cognitive impairment, particularly memory disruption, is a major complicating feature of epilepsy. This Review will begin with a focus on the problem of memory impairment in temporal lobe epilepsyExpand
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Parenting, attention and externalizing problems: testing mediation longitudinally, repeatedly and reciprocally.
BACKGROUND Building on prior work, this paper tests, longitudinally and repeatedly, the proposition that attentional control processes mediate the effect of earlier parenting on later externalizingExpand
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On Gross Worker Flows in the United Kingdom: Evidence from the Labour Force Survey
Empirical studies of worker flows in the United States and Europe have found that these flows are large when compared with the change in the stocks of employment and non-employment, and have aExpand
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Getting the Unemployed Back to Work: The Role of Targeted Wage Subsidies
This paper examines alternative approaches to wage subsidy programmes. It does this in the context of a recent active labour market reform for the young unemployed in Britain. This “New Deal” reformExpand
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Crime Scars: Recessions and the Making of Career Criminals
Recessions lead to short-term job loss, lower happiness, and decreasing income levels. There is growing evidence that workers who first join the labor market during economic downturns suffer fromExpand
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The neurodevelopmental impact of childhood onset temporal lobe epilepsy on brain structure and function and the risk of progressive cognitive effects.
The purpose of this study is to explore the possibility of progressive neuropsychological decline in chronic temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) and determine how this vulnerability may be associated withExpand
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