PhD thesis

Suh, Ellie (2020) Younger adults’ retirement saving and wealth accumulation in Britain: A quantitative investigation. PhD thesis, The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Available here.

Supervised by Prof Sir John Hills (Social Policy) and Prof Irini Moustaki (Statistics).

(Viva voce: Feb 2020. Examiners: Prof Karen Rolwingson and Prof George Ploubidis.)

Publications and working papers:

Suh, E. (2020) Young British adults’ homeownership circumstances and the role of international transfersLongitudinal and Life Course Studies. 3(11), pp. 383-407(25), Selected as an editor’s choice article. Author version available here. Supplementary material here.

Suh, E. and Holmes, L. (2020) Review of Sufficiency Strategies in London.  London Innovation &Improvement Alliance (LIIA).

Suh. E. (Accepted) ‘Can’t save or won’t save – financial resilience and discretionary retirement saving among the British adults in their 30s and 40s. Ageing & Society. Available here.

Suh, E. (Working paper) Gender difference in young adults’ retirement saving decision-making process: A multi-group analysis using Structural Equation Modelling (SEM). Available here.

Suh, E. (Working paper) Wealth Accumulation Patterns among young British adults. Abstract available here.

Burchardt, T., Provan, J. and Suh. E. (2016) No Place Like An Accessible Home: Quality of life and opportunity for disabled people with accessible housing needs. July 2016 Paper No’ CASEreport 109. Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion (CASE).

LSE Suh, E., Tsang. T., Vizard. P., Zaidi, A. and Burchardt, T. (2013) Third European Quality of Life Survey – Quality of life in Europe: Social inequalities. Eurofound. Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg.