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Mergoupis, T. and Nandeibam, S., 2014. Wage discrimination and population composition in the long run. Economics Letters, 122 (3), pp. 445-451.
Brown, G. K. and Mergoupis, T., 2011. Treatment interaction with non-experimental data in Stata. Stata Journal, 11 (4), pp. 545-555.
Dawson, P. and Mergoupis, T., 2011. Year-long internships and skill formation in post-secondary education. In: Western Economic Association International 86th Annual Conference, 2011-06-29 - 2011-07-03, San Diego.
Mergoupis, T. and Nandeibam, S., 2011. Wage Discrimination and Population Composition. Working Paper. Bath, U. K.: Department of Economics, University of Bath. (Bath Economics Research Working Papers; 9/11)
Brown, G. and Mergoupis, T., 2010. Treatment Interaction with Non-Experimental Data in Stata. Working Paper. Bath, U. K.: Department of Economics, University of Bath. (Bath Economics Research Working Papers; 10/10)
Mergoupis, T., 2007. Trends in Poverty, Employment, and Wages: White, Black, and Hispanic Women in the US, 1988-2002. In: Kim, M., ed. Race and Economic Opportunity in the Twenty-First Century. Routledge, pp. 250-270.
Mergoupis, T., 2007. Trends in poverty, employment and wages : White, black and Hispanic women in the United States, 1988-2002. In: Race and Economic Opportunity in the Twenty-First Century. Routledge, pp. 250-270.
Mergoupis, T., 2003. Income and Utilization of Health Services in Greece. In: D, V. and C, P., eds. Social Policy in Greece: Challenges and Prospects. Athens: Ellinika Grammata, pp. 293-332.
Dowding, K., John, P. and Mergoupis, T., 2001. Residential Mobility and Urban Government in Metropolitan England. Discussion Paper. London: London School of Economics Public Policy Group.
Dowding, K. and Mergoupis, T., 2001. Anatomy of premeditated exits: fiscal conditions and planned exits from a jurisdiction. In: European Public Choice Society Annual Conference, 2001-04-01, Paris.
Mergoupis, T. and Dowding, K., 2001. Fiscal Mobility and the Performance of Local Governments: The Case of the Missing Links. Discussion Paper. London: Centre for the Philosophy of Natural and Social Science, LSE.