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Bardsley, N. (2000) Interpersonal interaction and economic theory: the case of public goods. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 71, (2), 191-228. (doi:10.1111/1467-8292.00140).
Bardsley, Nicholas (2000) Control without deception: Individual behaviour in free-riding experiments revisited. Experimental Economics, 3, (3), 215-240. (doi:10.1023/A:1011420500828).
Evandrou, M. (2000) Ethnic inequalities in health in later life. Health Statistics Quarterly, 8, 20-28.
Evandrou, Maria (2000) Social inequalities in later life: the socio-economic position of older people from ethnic minority groups in Britain. Population Trends, 101, 11-18.
Johnson, R. and O'Neill, P. (2000) 2000 diversifying assessment. Report to HEFCE (FDTL 1 project report). Newcastle, UK, University of Northumbria
Johnson, R. and Sambell, K. (2000) Assessment strategies to encourage partnership: students' perspectives of the value of self and peer assessment in the development of written communication. In, Graal, Maria Olive and Clark, Richard Peter (eds.) Writing Development in Higher Education: Partnerships across the Curriculum. Leicester, UK, University of Leicester, 133-146.
Johnson, Rebecca (2000) Current assessment practice. Assessment & the Expanded Text Project
Johnson, Rebecca (2000) Philip Larkin and the case of the missing manuscript. Archives, 25, (103), 154-160.
Johnson, Rebecca (2000) Trespassing: Philip Larkin and the legacy of D.H. Lawrence. D.H. Lawrence Review, 29, (3), 41-48.
Klein, Paul (2000) MD book review. Computational methods for the study of dynamic economies. Macroeconomic Dynamics, 4, (2)
Klein, Paul (2000) Using the generalized Schur form to solve a multivariate linear rational expectations model. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 24, (10), 1405-1423. (doi:10.1016/S0165-1889(99)00045-7).
Lowdell, Caroline, Evandrou, Maria, Bardsley, Martin, Morgan, David and Soljak, Michael (2000) Health of ethnic minority elders in London: respecting diversity. London, UK, The Health of Londoners Project, Public Health Directorate, 53pp.