Below are the studies lacking replication with data source British Household Panel Survey (BHPS).
- Andrew J. Oswalda, Nattavudh Powdthavee. Does happiness adapt? A longitudinal study of disability with implications for economists and judges (JPubE 2008).
JEL codes: D1, I3, I31, K0. Methods: - Software: -
Data available (other site);
- Richard Blundell, Monica Costa Dias, Costas Meghir, Jonathan Shaw. Female Labor Supply, Human Capital, and Welfare Reform (ECTA 2016).
JEL codes: H2, H3 - Fiscal Policies and Behavior of Economic Agents, J22, J24. Methods: Difference in differences (DID), Linear probability model (LPM) Software: Fortran, Stata
- Paul Contoyannis, Andrew M. Jones, Nigel Rice. The dynamics of health in the British Household Panel Survey (JAE 2004).
JEL codes: -. Methods: - Software: -
Data availability unknown;
Readme availability unknown;
Code availability unknown
- Ken Burdett, Carlos Carrillo-Tudela, Melvyn Coles. Wage inequality: A structural decomposition (RED 2016).
JEL codes: J63, J64, J41, J42 - Monopsony • Segmented Labor Markets. Methods: - Software: Stata, MATLAB
Below are the replicated studies with data source British Household Panel Survey (BHPS).
Below are the replications with data source British Household Panel Survey (BHPS).
Official website of the database published by the Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex: https://www.iser.essex.ac.uk/bhps