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Choice at 16: School, parental and peer group effects (2009)
Journal Article
Thomas, W., & Webber, D. J. (2009). Choice at 16: School, parental and peer group effects. Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 14(2), 119-141. https://doi.org/10.1080/13596740902921372

School, parental and peer group effects have been identified as being influential in shaping the decision of students to participate in post-compulsory education, but the analysis of each effect separately is rare. Using a random effects logistic reg... Read More about Choice at 16: School, parental and peer group effects.

Which SMEs use external business advice? A multivariate subregional study (2007)
Journal Article
Johnson, S., Webber, D. J., & Thomas, W. (2007). Which SMEs use external business advice? A multivariate subregional study. Environment and Planning A, 39(8), 1981-1997. https://doi.org/10.1068/a38327

The authors examine factors that influence the propensity of a firm to take up external business support across four large English towns, using random effects nominal probit regression analysis to capture sector heterogeneity. The results suggest a s... Read More about Which SMEs use external business advice? A multivariate subregional study.


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