Professor Mark Stewart
Phone: +44 (0)24 7652 3036
Labour Economics: wage dynamics, minimum wages, labour market dynamics, models of earnings and wage determination.
Econometrics: micro-econometrics, dynamic discrete response models, ordered response models, semi-parametric estimation.
"Wage Inequality, Minimum Wage Effects and Spillovers", Oxford Economic Papers, October 2012, 64, 616-634 : abstract, paper. (Working paper version: Warwick Economics Research Paper series, number 965.)
"Quantile Estimates of Counterfactual Distribution Shifts and the Impact of Minimum Wage Increases on the Wage Distribution", Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A, January 2012, 175, 263-287 : abstract, paper. (Working paper version: Warwick Economics Research Paper series, number 958.)
"The Changing Picture of Earnings Inequality in Britain and the Role of Regional and Sectoral Differences" , National Institute Economic Review, October 2011, 218, R20-R32 : abstract, paper.
"The National Minimum Wage after a Decade ", in Employment in the Lean Years: Policy and Prospects for the Next Decade, edited by David Marsden, Oxford University Press, 2011.
"The Estimation of Pensioner Equivalence Scales Using Subjective Data", Review of Income and Wealth, December 2009, 55, 907-929 : abstract, paper. (Also: Warwick Economics Research Paper series, number 893).
"Simplified Implementation of the Heckman Estimator of the Dynamic Probit Model and a Comparison with Alternative Estimators" (With Wiji Arulampalam), Oxford Bullentin of Economics and Statistics, October 2009, 71, 659-681 : abstract, paper.
"The Other Margin: Do Minimum Wages Cause Working Hours Adjustments for Low-Wage Workers?" (with Joanna Swaffield), Economica, 2008, 75, 148-167 : abstract, paper.
"The Inter-related Dynamics of Unemployment and Low-Wage Employment", Journal of Applied Econometrics, 2007, 22, 511-531: abstract, paper.