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Professor Wiji Arulampalam's

Recent Publications (since 2001) (all papers are in PDF format)

  • The direct incidence of corporate income tax on wages (with Michael P. Devereux and Giorgia Maffini). European Economic Review. (2012). 56 (6).1038-1054. ISSN 0014-2921.
  • Am I missing Something? The effects of Absence from Class on Student Performance. (Robin Naylor and Jeremy Smith). Economics of Education Review. (2012). 31(4), August, 363–375.
  • Are there asymmetries in the effects of training on the conditional male wage distribution? (Alison L Booth & Mark L Bryan). Journal of Population Economics, 23(1): 251-272 (2010).
  • Simplified implementation of the Heckman estimator of the dynamic probit model and a comparison with alternative estimators (Mark B Stewart). Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 71, 5, (2009), pp.659-681. 
  • Electoral Goals and Centre-State Transfers: a theoretical model and empirical evidence from India, (Dasgupta, S., Dhillon, A. and Dutta, B.), Journal of Development Economics, Jan. 2009, 88 (1), p.103-119. Paper.
  • Persistence in infant mortality: evidence for the Indian States (with Sonia Bhalotra), IZA DP 2488. Revised Paper, with some minor changes. The paper is published uner the title 'The linked survival prospects of siblings: evidence for the Indian states', Population Studies, Volume 62, Number 2, July 2008 , pp. 171-190.
  • Dropping out of medical school in the UK: explaining changes over 10 years (Robin Naylor and Jeremy Smith), Medical Education, 2007, 41, pp385-394.
  • Is There a Glass Ceiling over Europe? Exploring the Gender Pay Gap across the Wage Distribution (Alison L. Booth & Mark L. Bryan). Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Jan. 2007, 60:2.
  • Sibling death clustering in India: genuine scarring vs unobserved heterogeneity (Sonia Bhalotra), October 2006, The Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A (Statistics in Society), 169 (4), 829-848. 
  • Effects of in-class variation and student rank on the probability of withdrawal: cross-section and time-series analysis for UK university students, (Robin A Naylor & Jeremy P Smith) (2005), Economics of Education Review, June,24(3),251-262.
  • Training in Europe (with Alison L Booth and Mark L Bryan), Journal of the European Economic Association, April-May 2004, Volume 2, Issue 2/3, 346-360.
  • Training and the New National Minimum Wage (with Alison L Booth and Mark L Bryan), (2004), Economic Journal, Vol. 114, No. 494, pp.C87-C94.
  • A hazard model of the probability of medical school dropout in the United Kingdom, (2004), Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A. 167, Part 1, pp.157-178 (with Robin Naylor & Jeremy Smith).
  • Factors affecting the probability of first-year medical student dropout in the UK: a logistic analysis for the entry cohorts of 1980-1992', (Robin A Naylor & Jeremy P Smith)(2004) Medical Education, Vol. 38, Issue 5, pp.492-503.
  • Compensating factors do not compensate for poor A level performance, British Medical Journal, 18 January 2003;326:161, Letter, (with Robin Naylor and Jeremy Smith).
  • Is unemployment really scarring? Effects of unemployment experiences on wages, (2001), Economic Journal, (111), November, pp: F585-F606.
  • 'Unemployment Scarring', (with Paul Gregg & Mary Gregory), (2001), Economic Journal, (111), November, pp: F577-F584. Learning and earning: do multiple training events pay? A Decade of Evidence from a Cohort of Young British Men, (2001), Economica, 68 (271), pp 379-400. (with A. L. Booth).