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Temporary versus permanent employment: Does health matter? (2015)
Journal Article
Webber, D. J., Pacheco, G., & Page, D. (2015). Temporary versus permanent employment: Does health matter?

Poor health may inhibit active participation in the labour market and restrict the types of employment available to an individual. This paper uses recent survey data from New Zealand and employs a bivariate probit approach (to address sample selecti... Read More about Temporary versus permanent employment: Does health matter?.

Mental and physical health: Re-assessing the relationship with employment propensity (2014)
Journal Article
Pacheco, G., Page, D., & Webber, D. J. (2014). Mental and physical health: Re-assessing the relationship with employment propensity. Work, Employment and Society, 28(3), 407-429. https://doi.org/10.1177/0950017013491450

There is significant research demonstrating the labour market disadvantage experienced by the disabled community. Yet, relationships between wider ill-health concepts and employment are poorly investigated. This article presents an empirical investig... Read More about Mental and physical health: Re-assessing the relationship with employment propensity.

Social welfare reform: From dependency to malingering for people with mental health disabilities? (2010)
Journal Article
for people with mental health disabilities?

Of the 600,000 new claimants of incapacity benefits in the UK, approximately 40 per cent report mental health disabilities. The percentage remains consistent for the total number on incapacity benefits, over 2.5 million people of which 41 per cent re... Read More about Social welfare reform: From dependency to malingering for people with mental health disabilities?.


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