Kenneth Clark

University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences

Oxford Road

Manchester, M13 9PL

United Kingdom

IZA Institute of Labor Economics

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Bonn, D-53072

Germany

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Scholarly Papers (13)

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Immigrant Labour Market Assimilation and Arrival Effects: Evidence from the UK Labour Force Survey

IZA Discussion Paper No. 2228
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 01 Aug 2006
Kenneth Clark and Joanne Lindley
University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences and University of Nottingham - School of Economics
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immigrants, assimilation, earnings, employment

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Changing Patterns of Ethnic Minority Self-Employment in Britain: Evidence from Census Microdata

IZA Discussion Paper No. 2495
Number of pages: 40 Posted: 09 Jan 2007
Kenneth Clark and Stephen Drinkwater
University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences and University of Surrey - Department of Economics
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self-employment, entrepreneurship, ethnicity, immigrants

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Dynamics and Diversity: Ethnic Employment Differences in England and Wales, 1991-2001

IZA Discussion Paper No. 1698
Number of pages: 55 Posted: 09 Aug 2005
Kenneth Clark and Stephen Drinkwater
University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences and University of Surrey - Department of Economics
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employment, ethnic minorities, discrimination

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Low Pay Persistence in European Countries

IZA Discussion Paper No. 4183
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 26 May 2009
Kenneth Clark and Nikolaos Kanellopoulos
University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences and The Centre for Planning and Economic Research (KEPE)
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initial conditions, state dependence, low pay persistence, low pay, dynamic random effects probit models

Low Pay Persistence in European Countries

SOEPpaper No. 207
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 21 Jul 2009
Kenneth Clark and Nikolaos Kanellopoulos
University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences and The Centre for Planning and Economic Research (KEPE)
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Low pay, low pay persistence, state dependence, initial conditions, dynamic random effects probit models

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The Determinants of Regional Migration in Great Britain: A Duration Approach

IZA Discussion Paper No. 3783
Number of pages: 40 Posted: 03 Nov 2008
University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences and University of Manchester
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regional labour markets, panel data, hazard, duration, migration

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The Employment and Earnings of Migrants in Great Britain

IZA Discussion Paper No. 3068
Number of pages: 37 Posted: 01 Nov 2007
University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences and University of Manchester
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migration, wages, employment, sample selection

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Migration, Economic Crisis and Adjustment in the UK

IZA Discussion Paper No. 8410
Number of pages: 28 Posted: 06 Sep 2014
University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences, University of Surrey - Department of Economics and University of Kent - Canterbury Campus
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migration, policy, economic performance, United Kingdom

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UK Migration Policy and Migration from Eastern Partnership Countries

IZA Discussion Paper No. 7665
Number of pages: 45 Posted: 26 Oct 2013
Kenneth Clark and Stephen Drinkwater
University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences and University of Surrey - Department of Economics
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migration, Eastern Partnership Countries, United Kingdom, labour market

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Self‐Employment Amongst Migrant Groups in England and Wales: New Evidence from Census Microdata

IZA Discussion Paper No. 9539
Number of pages: 45 Posted: 05 Dec 2015
University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences, University of Surrey - Department of Economics and University of Kent - Canterbury Campus
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self‐employment, immigrants, United Kingdom

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The Determinants of Lateness: Evidence from British Workers

Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 52, No. 2, pp. 282-304, May 2005
Number of pages: 23 Posted: 09 Jun 2005
Kenneth Clark, Simon A. Peters and Mark Tomlinson
University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences and University of Warwick - Institute for Employment Research (IER)
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Book Reviews

British Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 40, pp. 779-805, 2002
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 23 Feb 2003
University of Oxford - Said Business School, Oberlin College - Department of Politics, affiliation not provided to SSRN, Georgia State University - Department of Economics, Loughborough University - Business School, Loughborough University - Business School, University of Washington, University of Helsinki, London School of Economics - Department of Management (EROB Group)), London School of Economics - Law Department, University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences and London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE)
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The Labour-Market Performance of Recent Migrants

Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Vol. 24, Issue 3, pp. 496-517, 2008
Posted: 17 Jan 2009
Kenneth Clark and Stephen Drinkwater
University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences and University of Surrey - Department of Economics

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immigrants, employment, earnings, United Kingdom, J61, F22

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When are Nash Equilibria Self-Enforcing? An Experimental Analysis

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Posted: 27 Nov 1997
Kenneth Clark and Martin Sefton
University of Manchester - School of Social Sciences and University of Nottingham - School of Economics

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