Articles

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Peer-Reviewed Articles:

Cecily Josten, Grace Lordan (2021) 

Robots at Work: Automatable and Non-automatable Jobs

Springer Link, Human Resources and Population Economics pp 1-24

Cecily Josten, Grace Lordan (2020) 

The interaction between personality and health policy: Empirical evidence from the UK smoking bans

Science Direct, Economics and Human Biology, Volume 38, 100899

Cecily Josten, Grace Lordan (2021) 

The Accelerated Value of Social Skills in Knowledge Work and the COVID-19 Pandemic

LSE Public Policy Review

Dolan, Paul and Lordan, Grace (2020) 

Climbing up ladders and sliding down snakes: an empirical assessment of the effect of social mobility on subjective wellbeing. 

Review of Economics of the Household. ISSN 1569-5239

Lordan, Grace (2019) 

People versus machines in the UK: minimum wages, labor reallocation and automatable jobs. 

PLOS ONE. ISSN 1932-6203

Lordan, Grace and Neumark, David (2018) 

People versus machines: the impact of minimum wages on automatable jobs. 

Labour Economics, 52. pp. 40-53. ISSN 0927-5371

Johnston, David W. and Lordan, Grace (2016) 

Racial prejudice and labour market penalties during economic downturns. 

European Economic Review, 84. pp. 57-75. ISSN 0014-2921

Johnston, David W, Lordan, Grace, Shields, Michael A and Suziedelyte, Agne (2015) 

Education and health knowledge: evidence from UK compulsory schooling reform. 

Social Science & Medicine, 127. pp. 92-100. ISSN 0277-9536

Lordan, Grace and Pakrashi, Debayan (2015) 

Do all activities “weigh” equally?: how different physical activities differ as predictors of weight. 

Risk Analysis, 35 (11). pp. 2069-2086. ISSN 0272-4332

Johnston, David W. and Lordan, Grace (2014) 

Weight perceptions, weight control and income: an analysis using British data.

Economics and Human Biology, 12. pp. 132-139. ISSN 1570-677X

Lordan, Grace and Pakrashi, Debayan (2014) 

Make time for physical activity or you may spend more time sick! 

Social Indicators Research, 119 (3). pp. 1379-1391. ISSN 0303-8300

Lordan, Grace and Frijters, Paul (2013) 

Unplanned pregnancy and the impact on sibling health outcomes.

Health Economics, 22 (8). pp. 903-914. ISSN 1057-9230

Frijters, Paul, Johnston, David W., Lordan, Grace and Shields, Michael A. (2013) 

Exploring the relationship between macroeconomic conditions and problem drinking as captured by Google searches in the US. 

Social Science & Medicine, 84. pp. 61-68. ISSN 0277-9536

Carmignani, Fabrizio, Lordan, Grace and Tang, Kam Ki (2012) 

Does donor assistance for HIV respond to media pressure? 

Health Economics, 21 (SUPPL1). pp. 18-32. ISSN 1057-9230

Johnston, David W. and Lordan, Grace (2012) 

Discrimination makes me sick! An examination of the discrimination–health relationship. 

Journal of Health Economics, 31 (1). pp. 99-111. ISSN 0167-6296

Bechtel, Lucy, Lordan, Grace and Rao, D. S. Prasada (2012) 

Income inequality and mental health: empirical evidence from Australia.

Health Economics, 21 (S1). pp. 4-17. ISSN 1057-9230

Lordan, Grace, Tang, Kam Ki and Carmignani, Fabrizio (2011) 

Has HIV/AIDS displaced other health funding priorities? Evidence from a new dataset of development aid for health. 

Social Science & Medicine, 73 (3). pp. 351-355. ISSN 0277-9536

Lordan, Grace, Soto, Eliana Jimenez, Brown, Richard P. C. and Correa-Valez, Ignacio (2011) 

Socioeconomic status and health outcomes in a developing country. 

Health Economics, 21 (2). pp. 178-186. ISSN 1057-9230

Lordan, Grace and Quiggin, John C. (2011) 

Should we put a thin subsidy on the policy table in the fight against Obesity? 

Forum for Health Economics and Policy, 14 (2). ISSN 1558-9544

Lordan, Grace (2009) 

Are there treatment variations in triage outcomes across out-of-hours co-ops? 

Quality in Primary Care, 17 (5). pp. 335-341. ISSN 1479-1064

Lordan, Grace (2009) 

Considering endogeneity and heterogeneit: a hierarchical random parameters approach to measuring efficiency. 

Applied Economics, 41 (26). pp. 3411-3423. ISSN 0003-6846

Lordan, Grace (2007) 

What determines a patient’s treatment? Evidence from out of hours primary care co-op data in the Republic of Ireland. 

Health Care Management Science, 10 (3). pp. 283-292. ISSN 1386-9620

Book Chapters:

Josten, Cecily and Lordan, Grace (2019) 

Robots at work: automatable and non-automatable jobs. 

In: Zimmerman, K, (ed.) Handbook of Labor, Human Resources and Population Economics. Springer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 1-24. ISBN 9783319573656

Working Papers:

Josten, Cecily and Lordan, Grace (2020) 

The interaction between personality and health policy: empirical evidence from the UK smoking bans. 

IZA – Institute of Labor Economics, Bonn, Germany.

Lordan, Grace and Mcguire, Alistair (2019) 

Healthy Minds: the positive impact of a new school curriculum. 

CentrePiece, 24 (1). Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Lordan, Grace and Mcguire, Alistair (2019) 

Widening the high school curriculum to include soft skill training: impacts on health, behaviour, emotional wellbeing and occupational aspirations. 

CEP Discussion Papers (1630). Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Poiltical Science, London, UK.

Lordan, Grace and Mcguire, Alistair (2019) 

Widening the high school curriculum to include soft skill training: impacts on health, behaviour, emotional wellbeing and occupational aspirations. 

IZA Discussion Papers (12439). IZA – Institute of Labor Economics, Bonn, Germany.

Lekfuangfu, Warn N. and Lordan, Grace (2018) 

Cross cohort evidence on gendered sorting patterns in the UK: the importance of societal movements versus childhood variables. 

IZA DP (11872). IZA – Institute of Labor Economics, Bonn, Germany.

Lordan, Grace and Neumark, David (2018) 

People versus machines: the impact of minimum wages on automatable. 

Discussion Paper Series (11297). IZA Institute of Labor Economics, Bonn, Germany.

Lordan, Grace and Neumark, David (2017) 

People versus machines: the impact of minimum wages on automatable. 

NBER Working Paper (23667). National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Lordan, Grace and Pischke, Jörn-Steffen  (2016) 

Does Rosie like riveting? Male and female occupational choices. 

CEP Discussion Paper (1446). Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Lordan, Grace and Pischke, Jorn-Steffen (2016) 

Does Rosie like riveting? Male and female occupational choices. 

NBER working paper (22495). National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, USA.

Johnston, David W., Lordan, Grace, Shields, Michael A. and Suziedelyte, Agne (2014) 

Education and health knowledge: evidence from UK compulsory schooling reforms. 

CEP Discussion Papers (CEPDP1297). Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Johnston, David W. and Lordan, Grace (2014) 

When work disappears: racial prejudice and recession labour market penalties. 

CEP Discussion Papers (CEPDP 1257). Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Dolan, Paul and Lordan, Grace (2013) 

Moving up and sliding down: an empirical assessment of the effect of social mobility on subjective wellbeing. 

CEP Discussion Papers (CEPDP1190). Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Frijters, Paul, Johnston, David W, Lordan, Grace and Shields, Michael A. (2013) 

Exploring the relationship between macroeconomic conditions and problem drinking as captured by Google searches in the US. 

Health, Econometrics and Data Group Working Papers (13/02). Health, Econometrics and Data Group, c/o Department of Economics, University of York, York, UK.