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James Banks
James Banks
University of Manchester and Institute for Fiscal Studies
Verified email at ifs.org.uk
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Quadratic Engel curves and consumer demand
J Banks, R Blundell, A Lewbel
Review of Economics and statistics 79 (4), 527-539, 1997
23221997
Cohort profile: the English longitudinal study of ageing
A Steptoe, E Breeze, J Banks, J Nazroo
International journal of epidemiology 42 (6), 1640-1648, 2013
10132013
Is there a retirement-savings puzzle?
J Banks, R Blundell, S Tanner
American Economic Review, 769-788, 1998
10081998
Disease and disadvantage in the United States and in England
J Banks, M Marmot, Z Oldfield, JP Smith
Jama 295 (17), 2037-2045, 2006
10052006
Loneliness, social isolation, and behavioral and biological health indicators in older adults.
A Shankar, A McMunn, J Banks, A Steptoe
Health psychology 30 (4), 377, 2011
9542011
Humps and bumps in lifetime consumption
OP Attanasio, J Banks, C Meghir, G Weber
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics 17 (1), 22-35, 1999
6011999
Health, wealth and lifestyles of the older population in England
M Marmot, J Banks, R Blundell, C Lessof, J Nazroo
London: Institute of Fiscal Studies, 2003
5002003
Understanding pensions: Cognitive function, numerical ability and retirement saving
J Banks, Z Oldfield
Fiscal studies 28 (2), 143-170, 2007
4642007
Asset holding and consumption volatility
OP Attanasio, J Banks, S Tanner
Journal of political economy 110 (4), 771-792, 2002
3402002
Health disadvantage in US adults aged 50 to 74 years: a comparison of the health of rich and poor Americans with that of Europeans
M Avendano, MM Glymour, J Banks, JP Mackenbach
American journal of public health 99 (3), 540-548, 2009
3092009
The base for direct taxation
JW Banks, PA Diamond
MIT Department of Economics Working Paper, 2008
3012008
Cognitive function, numeracy and retirement saving trajectories
J Banks, C o’Dea, Z Oldfield
The Economic Journal 120 (548), F381-F410, 2010
2762010
The Mental Health Effects of the First Two Months of Lockdown during the COVID‐19 Pandemic in the UK*
J Banks, X Xu
Fiscal Studies 41 (3), 685-708, 2020
2492020
Tax reform and welfare measurement: do we need demand system estimation?
J Banks, R Blundell, A Lewbel
The Economic Journal 106 (438), 1227-1241, 1996
2281996
Risk pooling, precautionary saving and consumption growth
J Banks, R Blundell, A Brugiavini
The Review of Economic Studies 68 (4), 757-779, 2001
2222001
The effect of education on old age cognitive abilities: evidence from a regression discontinuity design
J Banks, F Mazzonna
The Economic Journal 122 (560), 418-448, 2012
2152012
Money, well-being, and loss aversion: Does an income loss have a greater effect on well-being than an equivalent income gain?
CJ Boyce, AM Wood, J Banks, AE Clark, GDA Brown
Psychological science 24 (12), 2557-2562, 2013
1882013
Retirement, health and relationships of the older population in England: The 2004 English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (Wave 2)
J Banks, E Breeze, C Lessof, J Nazroo
Institute for Fiscal Studies, 2006
187*2006
Equivalence scale relativities revisited
J Banks, P Johnson
The Economic Journal 104 (425), 883-890, 1994
1841994
The impact of income shocks on health: evidence from cohort data
J Adda, J Banks, HM Von Gaudecker
Journal of the European Economic Association 7 (6), 1361-1399, 2009
1652009
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