Brendan Halpin
Brendan Halpin
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Class careers as sequences: An optimal matching analysis of work-life histories
B Halpin, TW Cban
European sociological review 14 (2), 111-130, 1998
2481998
Optimal matching analysis and life-course data: The importance of duration
B Halpin
Sociological Methods & Research 38 (3), 365-388, 2010
1012010
Union dissolution in the United Kingdom
TW Chan, B Halpin
International Journal of Sociology 32 (4), 76-93, 2002
992002
Simulation in sociology
B Halpin
American behavioral scientist 42 (10), 1488-1508, 1999
911999
Unified BHPS work-life histories: combining multiple sources into a user-friendly format
B Halpin
Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/Bulletin de Méthodologie Sociologique …, 1998
871998
Educational homogamy in Ireland and Britain: trends and patterns
B Halpin, TW Chan
The British journal of sociology 54 (4), 473-495, 2003
842003
Time use, quality of life and process benefits
J Gershuny, B Halpin
In pursuit of the quality of life, 188-210, 1996
671996
SADI: Sequence analysis tools for Stata
B Halpin
The Stata Journal 17 (3), 546-572, 2017
622017
The instability of divorce risk factors in the UK
TW Chan, B Halpin
British Society for Population Studies annual conference, Canterbury, UK, 2005
592005
Home ownership and social inequality in Britain
J Ermisch, B Halpin
Home ownership and social inequality in comparative perspective, 255-280, 2004
45*2004
Multiple imputation for life-course sequence data
B Halpin
Department of Sociology, University of Limerick, 2012
332012
Who marries whom in Great Britain?
TW Chan, B Halpin
Who Marries Whom?, 171-194, 2003
322003
Subsidising jobs: An evaluation of the employment incentive scheme
R Breen, B Halpin
Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) Research Series, 1989
281989
Three narratives of sequence analysis
B Halpin
Advances in sequence analysis: Theory, method, applications, 75-103, 2014
272014
BHPS work-life history files, version 2
B Halpin
Colchester: ESRC Research Centre on Micro-social Change, University of Essex, 2000
272000
Tracks through time and continuous processes: transitions, sequences, and social structure
B Halpin
Department of Sociology, University of Limerick, 2003
262003
The influence of family structure on child outcomes: Evidence for Ireland
C Hannan, B Halpin
The Economic and Social Review 45 (1, Spring), 1-24, 2014
252014
Is education now class destiny? Class histories across three British birth cohorts
E Bukodi, JH Goldthorpe, B Halpin, L Waller
European Sociological Review 32 (6), 835-849, 2016
212016
Cluster analysis stopping rules in Stata
B Halpin
Department of Sociology; University of Limerick, 2016
212016
Job opportunities for whom
C Fagan, J O’Reilly, B Halpin
Labour Market Dynamics and Service-Sector Employment Growth in Germany and …, 2005
21*2005
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