Anna Vignoles mainly investigates Demographic economics, Higher education, Labour economics, Economic growth and Educational attainment. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Entitlement and State. Her Higher education research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Context, Public relations, Human capital, Attendance and Social mobility.
Her studies deal with areas such as Lifelong learning, Order, Inflation, Earnings and Socioeconomic status as well as Labour economics. The Literacy research Anna Vignoles does as part of her general Economic growth study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Period and Empirical evidence, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Her Educational attainment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Comparative education, Pedagogy, Economics education, Education policy and Education theory.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Demographic economics, Higher education, Mathematics education, Labour economics and Pedagogy. Her work deals with themes such as Disadvantaged, Wage, Educational attainment, Socioeconomic status and Social mobility, which intersect with Demographic economics. Her research in Wage intersects with topics in Vocational education, National Child Development Study and Basic skills.
Higher education is a subfield of Economic growth that she tackles. In most of her Labour economics studies, her work intersects topics such as Earnings. The various areas that Anna Vignoles examines in her Earnings study include Training and Human capital.
Her primary areas of investigation include Demographic economics, Earnings, Higher education, Pedagogy and Mathematics education. Anna Vignoles combines subjects such as Socioeconomic status, Wage, Scale and Educational attainment with her study of Demographic economics. Anna Vignoles has included themes like Institution, Labour economics and Survey sampling in her Earnings study.
Her Labour economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Graduation, Social mobility and Human capital. Higher education is a subfield of Economic growth that Anna Vignoles investigates. The study incorporates disciplines such as Curriculum, Disadvantaged, Status quo and Test bias in addition to Mathematics education.
Her primary areas of study are Higher education, Social mobility, Earnings, Demographic economics and Socioeconomic status. Her Higher education study is related to the wider topic of Economic growth. In her work, Social psychology is strongly intertwined with Variation, which is a subfield of Economic growth.
Her Earnings research integrates issues from Survey sampling and Labour economics. Her Demographic economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Test score, Peer group, Educational attainment and Instrumental variable. Her study in Socioeconomic status is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mathematics education, Academic achievement and Test bias.
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Widening Participation in Higher Education: Analysis Using Linked Administrative Data
Haroon Chowdry;Claire Crawford;Lorraine Dearden;Alissa Goodman.
Research Papers in Economics (2010)
The incidence and effects of overeducation in the U.K. graduate labour market
Peter Dolton;Anna Vignoles.
Economics of Education Review (2000)
Measuring and assessing the impact of basic skills on labour market outcomes
Steven McIntosh;Anna Vignoles.
LSE Research Online Documents on Economics (2001)
What parents want: school preferences and school choice
Simon M Burgess;Ellen J Greaves;Anna F Vignoles;Deborah J Wilson.
The Economic Journal (2015)
The Returns to Academic and Vocational Qualifications in Britain
Lorraine Dearden;Steven McIntosh;Michal Myck;Anna Vignoles.
Bulletin of Economic Research (2002)
The determinants and labour market effects of lifelong learning
Andrew Jenkins;Anna Vignoles;Alison Wolf;Fernando Galindo-Rueda.
Applied Economics (2003)
Educational inequality: the widening socio‐economic gap
Stephen Machin;Anna Vignoles.
Fiscal Studies (2005)
Overeducation and Skills - Clarifying the Concepts
Francis Green;Steven McIntosh;Anna Vignoles.
Research Papers in Economics (1999)
The Heterogeneous Effect of Selection in Secondary Schools: Understanding the Changing Role of Ability
Fernando Galindo-Rueda;Anna Vignoles.
Research Papers in Economics (2004)
Is children’s free school meal ‘eligibility’ a good proxy for family income?
Graham Hobbs;Anna Vignoles.
British Educational Research Journal (2010)
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