Peter Dolton
Peter Dolton
Sussex University, National Institute of Economic & Social Research
Verified email at sussex.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
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
8252000
The turnover of teachers: A competing risks explanation
P Dolton, W Klaauw
Review of Economics and Statistics 81 (3), 543-550, 1999
3461999
Unemployment duration and the restart effect: some experimental evidence
P Dolton, D O'Neill
The Economic Journal, 387-400, 1996
3241996
Leaving teaching in the UK: A duration analysis
P Dolton, W von der Klaauw
The Economic Journal, 431-444, 1995
3211995
The effects of over-education on earnings in the graduate labour market
PJ Dolton, MA Silles
Economics of Education Review 27 (2), 125-139, 2008
2162008
If you pay peanuts do you get monkeys? A cross‐country analysis of teacher pay and pupil performance
P Dolton, OD Marcenaro‐Gutierrez
Economic policy 26 (65), 5-55, 2011
2062011
If You Pay Peanuts do You Get Monkeys? A Cross Country Comparison of Teacher Pay and Pupil Performance
P Dolton, O Marcenaro-Gutierrez
206*
The economics of UK teacher supply: The graduate's decision
PJ Dolton
The Economic Journal 100 (400), 91-104, 1990
2021990
The effective use of student time: a stochastic frontier production function case study
P Dolton, OD Marcenaro, L Navarro
Economics of Education Review 22 (6), 547-560, 2003
1962003
Sample selection and male-female earnings differentials in the graduate labour market
PJ Dolton, GH Makepeace
Oxford Economic Papers 38 (2), 317-341, 1986
1731986
The Long‐Run Effects of Unemployment Monitoring and Work‐Search Programs: Experimental Evidence from the United Kingdom
P Dolton, D O'Neill
Journal of Labor Economics 20 (2), 381-403, 2002
1692002
Self employment among graduates
PJ Dolton, GH Makepeace
Bulletin of Economic research 42 (1), 35-54, 1990
1581990
Occupational choice and earnings determination: The role of sample selection and non-pecuniary factors
PJ Dolton, GH Makepeace, W Van der Klaauw
Oxford Economic Papers 41 (3), 573-594, 1989
1401989
The youth training scheme and the school-to-work transition
PJ Dolton, GH Makepeace, JG Treble
Oxford Economic Papers, 629-657, 1994
1291994
The youth training scheme and the school-to-work transition
PJ Dolton, GH Makepeace, JG Treble
Oxford Economic Papers, 629-657, 1994
1291994
Marital status, child rearing and earnings differentials in the graduate labour market
PJ Dolton, GH Makepeace
The Economic Journal 97 (388), 897-922, 1987
1291987
Interpreting sample selection effects
PJ Dolton, GH Makepeace
Economics Letters 24 (4), 373-379, 1987
1151987
Recruiting and Retaining Teachers in the UK: An Analysis of Graduate Occupation Choice from the 1960s to the 1990s
A Chevalier, P Dolton, S McIntosh
Economica 74 (293), 69-96, 2007
1132007
Recruiting and Retaining Teachers in the UK: An Analysis of Graduate Occupation Choice from the 1960s to the 1990s
A Chevalier, P Dolton, S McIntosh
Centre for the Economics of Education, London School of Economics and …, 2002
113*2002
Over education in the graduate labour market: some evidence from alumni data
P Dolton, M Silles
Centre for the Economics of Education, London School of Economics and …, 2001
1022001
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