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G Reza Arabsheibani
G Reza Arabsheibani
Reader in Economics, Swansea University
Verified email at swansea.ac.uk
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On defining and measuring the informal sector: Evidence from Brazil
A Henley, GR Arabsheibani, FG Carneiro
World development 37 (5), 992-1003, 2009
355*2009
And a vision appeared unto them of a great profit: evidence of self-deception among the self-employed
G Arabsheibani, D De Meza, J Maloney, B Pearson
Economics letters 67 (1), 35-41, 2000
2772000
A needs index for mental health care
GRA G. R. Glover, E. Robin, J. Emami
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 33 (2), 89-96, 1999
179*1999
Gay pay in the UK
GR Arabsheibani, A Marin, J Wadsworth
Economica 72 (286), 333-347, 2005
1662005
In the pink: Homosexual‐heterosexual wage differentials in the UK
G Reza Arabsheibani, A Marin, J Wadsworth
International Journal of Manpower 25 (3/4), 343-354, 2004
1232004
Entrepreneurship: cause and consequence of financial optimism
C Dawson, D de Meza, A Henley, GR Arabsheibani
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 23 (4), 717-742, 2014
962014
Stability of Estimates of the Compensation for Danger
GR Arabsheibani, A Marin
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 20, 247-269, 2000
932000
Returns to schooling in Kazakhstan: OLS and instrumental variables approach1
GR Arabsheibani, A Mussurov
Economics of Transition 15 (2), 341-364, 2007
662007
On the weak vs strong version of the screening hypothesis: a re-examination of the P-test for the UK
GR Arabsheibani, H Rees
Economics of Education Review 17 (2), 189-192, 1998
651998
Gender wage differentials in Brazil: trends over a turbulent era
GR Arabsheibani, F Galr„o Carneiro, A Henley
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2003
602003
‘Mind the gap’: an analysis of gender wage differentials in Russia
GR Arabsheibani, L Lau
Labour 13 (4), 761-774, 1999
541999
Non-linearities in returns to education in Libya
GR Arabsheibani, L Manfor
Education Economics 9 (2), 139-144, 2001
532001
The Wiles test revisited
G Arabsheibani
Economics Letters 29 (4), 361-364, 1989
511989
The impact of computer use on earnings in the UK
GR Arabsheibani, JM Emami, A Marin
Scottish Journal of Political Economy 51 (1), 82-94, 2004
462004
Is there an informal employment wage premium? Evidence from Tajikistan
GR Arabsheibani, A Staneva
IZA JOURNAL OF LABOUR AND DEVELOPMENT 3 (1), 2014
40*2014
Curb your enthusiasm: Optimistic entrepreneurs earn less
D De Meza, C Dawson, A Henley, GR Arabsheibani
European Economic Review 111, 53-69, 2019
392019
Human capital and earnings inequality in Brazil, 1988-98: quantile regression evidence
GR Arabsheibani, F Galr„o Carneiro, A Henley
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2003
362003
The power of (non) positive thinking: self-employed pessimists earn more than optimists
CJ Dawson, D de Meza, A Henley, GR Arabsheibani
IZA discussion paper, 2015
332015
Returns to education in four transition countries: Quantile regression approach
A Staneva, GR Arabsheibani, PD Murphy
IZA Discussion Paper, 2010
332010
Educational choice and achievement: The case of secondary schools in the Arab Republic of Egypt
G Arabsheibani
Higher Education 17 (6), 637-646, 1988
301988
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