Employment transitions and the changes in economic circumstances of families with children: Evidence from the Families and Children Study (FACS)

N Lyon, M Barnes, Jane Millar

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Abstract

This study uses longitudinal data from the Families and Children Study (FACS) to
explore the impact of movements in and out of paid employment on the economic
circumstances of families with children. It also looks at the circumstances of families that receive in-work tax credits to investigate how their economic circumstances change following employment transitions.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherDepartment for Work and Pensions: Corporate Document Services
Number of pages106
ISBN (Print)978 1 84712 391 6
StatusPublished - 2008

Publication series

NameResearch Report No 506
PublisherDepartment for Work and Pensions: Corporate Document Services

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Lyon, N., Barnes, M., & Millar, J. (2008). Employment transitions and the changes in economic circumstances of families with children: Evidence from the Families and Children Study (FACS). (Research Report No 506). London: Department for Work and Pensions: Corporate Document Services.

Employment transitions and the changes in economic circumstances of families with children: Evidence from the Families and Children Study (FACS). / Lyon, N; Barnes, M; Millar, Jane.

London : Department for Work and Pensions: Corporate Document Services, 2008. 106 p. (Research Report No 506).

Research output: Book/ReportOther report

Lyon, N, Barnes, M & Millar, J 2008, Employment transitions and the changes in economic circumstances of families with children: Evidence from the Families and Children Study (FACS). Research Report No 506, Department for Work and Pensions: Corporate Document Services, London.
Lyon N, Barnes M, Millar J. Employment transitions and the changes in economic circumstances of families with children: Evidence from the Families and Children Study (FACS). London: Department for Work and Pensions: Corporate Document Services, 2008. 106 p. (Research Report No 506).
Lyon, N ; Barnes, M ; Millar, Jane. / Employment transitions and the changes in economic circumstances of families with children: Evidence from the Families and Children Study (FACS). London : Department for Work and Pensions: Corporate Document Services, 2008. 106 p. (Research Report No 506).
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