The impact of Pathways to Work on work, earnings and self-reported health in the April 2006 expansion areas

Bewley, H., Dorsett, R. and Salis, S. 2009. The impact of Pathways to Work on work, earnings and self-reported health in the April 2006 expansion areas. Norwich Department for Work and Pensions.

TitleThe impact of Pathways to Work on work, earnings and self-reported health in the April 2006 expansion areas
AuthorsBewley, H., Dorsett, R. and Salis, S.
Year2009
PublisherDepartment for Work and Pensions
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Published2009
Place of publicationNorwich
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ISBN9781847126399
Web address (URL)http://research.dwp.gov.uk/asd/asd5/rports2009-2010/rrep601.pdf
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