anna vignoles
anna vignoles
University of Cambridge and Institute of Education
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The incidence and effects of overeducation in the UK graduate labour market
P Dolton, A Vignoles
Economics of education review 19 (2), 179-198, 2000
Widening participation in higher education: analysis using linked administrative data
H Chowdry, C Crawford, L Dearden, A Goodman, A Vignoles
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2013
Measuring and assessing the impact of basic skills on labour market outcomes
S McIntosh, A Vignoles
Oxford Economic Papers 53 (3), 453-481, 2001
What parents want: School preferences and school choice
S Burgess, E Greaves, A Vignoles, D Wilson
The Economic Journal 125 (587), 1262-1289, 2015
The determinants and labour market effects of lifelong learning
A Jenkins, A Vignoles, A Wolf, F Galindo-Rueda
Applied economics 35 (16), 1711-1721, 2003
The returns to academic and vocational qualifications in Britain
L Dearden, S McIntosh, M Myck, A Vignoles
Bulletin of economic research 54 (3), 249-274, 2002
Educational inequality: the widening socio‐economic gap
S Machin, A Vignoles
Fiscal Studies 25 (2), 107-128, 2004
Overeducation and skills-clarifying the concepts
F Green, S McIntosh, A Vignoles
CEP Discussion Papers, 1999
What's the Good of Education?
S Machin, A Vignoles
What's the Good of Education?, 2018
What should an index of school segregation measure?
R Allen, A Vignoles
Oxford Review of Education 33 (5), 643-668, 2007
How English domiciled graduate earnings vary with gender, institution attended, subject and socio-economic background
J Britton, L Dearden, N Shephard, A Vignoles
IFS Working Papers, 2016
Is children's free school meal ‘eligibility’a good proxy for family income?
G Hobbs, A Vignoles
British Educational Research Journal 36 (4), 673-690, 2010
Geography, choice and participation in higher education in England
S Gibbons, A Vignoles
Regional science and urban economics 42 (1-2), 98-113, 2012
The utilization of education and skills: evidence from Britain
F Green, S McIntosh, A Vignoles
The Manchester School 70 (6), 792-811, 2002
Who gets the top jobs? The role of family background and networks in recent graduates’ access to high-status professions
L Macmillan, C Tyler, A Vignoles
Journal of Social Policy 44 (3), 487-515, 2015
The choice between fixed and random effects models: some considerations for educational research
P Clarke, C Crawford, F Steele, AF Vignoles
IZA Discussion Paper, 2010
Researching the links between school resources and student outcomes in the UK: A review of issues and evidence
R Levačić, A Vignoles
Education Economics 10 (3), 313-331, 2002
The labour market impact of adult education and training: a cohort analysis
A Vignoles, F Galindo‐Rueda, L Feinstein
Scottish Journal of Political Economy 51 (2), 266-280, 2004
Improving learning by widening participation in higher education
M David, AM Bathmaker, G Crozier, P Davis, H Ertl, A Fuller, G Hayward, ...
Routledge, 2009
Education Policy in the UK. CEE DP 57.
S Machin, A Vignoles
Centre for the Economics of Education (NJ1), 2006
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