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Simister, John (2011) 'Elitism and meritocracy in UK universities: the UK needs investment in its labour force.' Higher Education Quarterly, 65 (2). pp. 113-144.

Simister, John and Mehta, Parnka (2010) 'Gender-Based Violence in India: Long-Term Trends.' Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 25 (9). pp. 1594-1611.

Simister, John (2010) 'Domestic Violence and Female Genital Mutilation in Kenya: Effects of ethnicity and education.' Journal of Family Violence, 25 (3). pp. 247-257.

Simister, John and Refaat, Amany (2009) Effects of education on Gender-Based Violence in Egypt. In: American Public Health Association Conference 137.

Simister, John and Zaky, Hassan (2009) 'Wife’s earnings, child nutrition, and Gender-Based Violence in Egypt.' Middle East Development Journal, 1 . pp. 209-296.

Simister, John (2009) 'The importance of being earners: why both women and men in South Africa need well-paid jobs.' Development Southern Africa, 26 (5). pp. 709-719.

Simister, John and Makowiec, Judith (2008) 'Domestic Violence in India: Effects of Education.' Indian Journal of Gender Studies, 15 (3). pp. 507-518.

Simister, John (2008) Women in Egypt, Nigeria, and India can protect themselves from ‘Gender-Based Violence’ caused by avoiding high temperatures. Development Ideas and Practices.

Simister, John (2008) Work, Attitudes and Spending in India, Brazil, South Africa, Indonesia, Nigeria, Kenya and Egypt, 1992 - 2007. [Datasets]

Simister, John and Cooper, Cary and Van de Vliert, Evert (2007) 'Heated debate: how temperature affects crime.' In: Wilkonson, Carl, (ed.), The Observer Book of Weather. Reading: Observer Books.

Simister, John and Tolentino, Paz Estrella (2006) 'Using confidence tricks to make people learn Maths & Stats.' MSOR Connections, 6 (2).

Simister, John and Chanda, Ranabir (2006) Using food prices to predict harmful effects of drought: Northern Nigeria as a case study. Development Ideas and Practices.

Simister, John and Van de Vliert, Evert (2005) 'Is there more violence in very hot weather? Tests over time in Pakistan and across countries worldwide.' Pakistan Journal of Meteorology, 2 (4). pp. 55-70.

Simister, John and Cooper, Cary (2005) 'Thermal stress in the USA: effects on violence and employee behaviour.' Stress and Health, 21 (1). pp. 3-15.

Simister, John (2005) Unpaid work in Indonesia: testing ‘unitary’ and ‘bargaining’ theories. Development Ideas and Practices Working Paper.

Simister, John (2005) The importance of being earners: why South African women need well-paid jobs.

Simister, John (2004) Do farming practices determine women’s status in South Africa? Development Ideas and Practices Working Paper.

Simister, John and Piesse, Jenifer (2003) 'Bargaining and household dynamics: the impact of education and financial control on nutrition outcomes in South Africa.' South African Journal of Economics, 71 (1). pp. 163-172.

Simister, John (2003) Food or drink? Effects of alcohol on child nutrition in South Africa. Development Ideas and Practices Working Paper.

Simister, John and Piesse, Jenifer (2002) Household consumption decisions and nutrition in South Africa. In: Centre for the Study of African Economies Conference, March 2002, St Catherine's College, Oxford.

Simister, John (2001) 'Thermal Stress and Violence in India & Pakistan.' Indian Geographical Journal, 76 (2). pp. 89-100.

Simister, John and Lyons, Michal (2000) 'From rags to riches? Migration and intergenerational change in London’s housing market, 1971-91.' Area, 32 (3). pp. 271-285.

Simister, John (2000) 'Long-term trends in wage discrimination against ethnic minorities: USA and UK.' Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 11 (4). pp. 1-17.

Simister, John and Piesse, Jenny and Thirtle, Colin (1999) 'Modernisation, multiple income sources and equity in the communal lands in Zimbabwe.' Agrekon, 38 (s1). pp. 243-259.

Simister, John (1998) Women's Employment and the Ownership of Household Durable Goods in Britain and India. PhD thesis. SOAS, University of London.

Simister, John and Taplin, Ruth (1995) 'Beyond a neoclassical approach to household spending: Combination Modes theory.' Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 5 (4). pp. 259-271.

Simister, John and Fine, Ben (1995) 'Consumption durables: exploring the order of acquisition.' Applied Economics, 27 (11). pp. 1049-1057.

Simister, John and Foster, Nigel and Fine, Ben and Wright, Judith (1993) 'Consumption norms, trickle-down and the video/microwave syndrome.' International Review of Applied Economics, 7 (2). pp. 123-143.

Simister, John and Cooper, Cary 'Extreme temperature as a cause of violence.' In: Colombus, Frank, (ed.), Violent Crime: Causes, Impact and Reduction. Nova Science Publishers. (Forthcoming)

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