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2017

Szymborska, Hanna (2017). Financial sector and household balance sheet dynamics: Rethinking the determinants of income and wealth inequality in the USA since the 1980s. PhD thesis University of Leeds.

2016

Hillig, Ariane (2016). A Critical Assessment of Economic Crises Resulting in the Design of a Macroeconomic Framework. MRes thesis The Open University. file

Wright, Ian Paul (2016). The law of value : a contribution to the classical approach to economic analysis. PhD thesis The Open University. file

2014

Coates, Dermot Peter (2014). Housing, the Capabilities Approach and Life Satisfaction. PhD thesis The Open University. file

2013

Kamuya, Dorcas Mwikali (2013). Negotiating Research Participation in Community-Based Studies on the Kenyan Coast: Fieldworkers' Roles, and Implications for Ethical Practice. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Santos, Cristina (2013). Dimensions of Well-Being: Earnings, Happiness and Domestic Violence. PhD thesis University College London. file

2011

Jha, Sameer (2011). Decision Making of Consumers in Multiple Problem Debts: A Qualitative Study. MRes thesis The Open University. file

2010

Higginson, Martin Richard (2010). Identifying individual patients' socio-economic position : a basis for vertical equity approaches in primary health care. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Hunter, William Mitchell Graham (2010). Measuring capabilities an empirical investigation of the sen-nussbaum approach to well-being. PhD thesis The Open University. file

2003

Wailoo, Allan (2003). The economics of health care rationing: an examination of alternative normative claims. PhD thesis The Open University. file

1998

Costello, Neil (1998). Economic institutions and routine practices : the case of high-technology small and medium-sized enterprises. PhD thesis The Open University. file

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