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2006
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Longitudinal analyses with continuous repeated outcomes provide fuller insight into population and individual behaviour over time. Insights into processes of social change can thus be greatly enhanced through a more extensive use of longitudinal data. Using the Linked Employer-Employee Data (LEED), factors associated with wage...

Mar 2005
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This paper discusses the results of the first comprehensive longitudinal study of qualification retention, completion and progression in tertiary education in New Zealand. Of the cohort of domestic students who started a qualification at a public tertiary education provider in 1998, 40 percent had gained a qualification by the...

2006
Completed
What factors affect the probability that a person makes a transition from benefit to employment? What is the effect of those factors? Given information such as age, sex, most recent occupation and industry, can we estimate the probability of such a transition? We applied the proportional hazards model to Linked Employer-Employee...