Alan Duncan
Alan Duncan
Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, Curtin University
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Estimating labor supply responses using tax reforms
R Blundell, A Duncan, C Meghir
Econometrica, 827-861, 1998
The labour market impact of the working families' tax credit
R Blundell, A Duncan, J McCrae, C Meghir
Fiscal Studies 21 (1), 75-104, 2000
Did working families' tax credit work? The impact of in-work support on labour supply in Great Britain
M Brewer, A Duncan, A Shephard, MJ Suarez
Labour Economics 13 (6), 699-720, 2006
Semiparametric estimation and consumer demand
R Blundell, A Duncan, K Pendakur
Journal of Applied Econometrics 13 (5), 435-461, 1998
Kernel regression in empirical microeconomics
R Blundell, A Duncan
Journal of Human Resources, 62-87, 1998
Behavioural microsimulation with labour supply responses
J Creedy, A Duncan
Journal of economic surveys 16 (1), 1-39, 2002
Microsimulation modelling of taxation and the labour market: the Melbourne Institute tax and transfer simulator
J Creedy, A Duncan, MN Harris, R Scutella
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2002
Taxation in empirical labour supply models: lone mothers in the UK
R Blundell, A Duncan, C Meghir
The Economic Journal 102, 265-278, 1992
Labour supply incentives and recent family credit reforms
A Duncan, C Giles
The Economic Journal 106 (434), 142-155, 1996
The Internationalisation of Public Welfare Policy*
J Banks, R Disney, A Duncan, J Van Reenen
The Economic Journal 115 (502), C62-C81, 2005
Household labour supply, childcare costs and in-work benefits: modelling the impact of the working families tax credit in the UK
A Duncan, J MacCrae
Econometrics Society European Meetings, 1999
Is headspace making a difference to young people's lives?
F Hilferty, R Cassells, K Muir, I Katz
Social Policy Research Centre (UNSW), 2016
Lone mothers, family credit and paid work
A Dilnot, A Duncan
Fiscal Studies 13 (1), 1-21, 1992
Evaluating In-Work Benefit Reform: the Working Families Tax Credit in the UK
R Blundell, A Duncan, C Meghir, J McCrae
Preliminary Draft, 1999
Simulating transitions using discrete choice models
A Duncan, M Weeks
Evaluating In-Work Benefit Reforms: The Working Families Tax Credit in the UK
R Blundell, A Duncan, J McCrae, C Meghir
Discussion Paper, Institute for Fiscal Studies, London, 0
Did working families' tax credit work? The final evaluation of the impact of in-work support on parents' labour supply and take-up behaviour in the UK
M Brewer, A Duncan, A Shephard, MJ Suárez
HM Revenue and Customs, 2005
Simulating the behavioural effects of welfare reforms among sole parents in Australia
A Duncan, MN Harris
Economic Record 78 (242), 264-276, 2002
Mothers' employment and childcare use in Britain
G Paull, J Taylor, A Duncan, J Payne
Institute for Fiscal Studies, 2002
Trends in poverty and inequality in decentralising Indonesia
R Miranti, Y Vidyattama, E Hansnata, R Cassells, A Duncan
OECD Social, Employment and Migration Working Papers 148, 2013
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