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CASE Paper
Small-area measures of income poverty Alex Fenton
May 2013
Paper No' CASE/173:
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JEL Classification: I320; I380; R230

Tags: small-area poverty estimates; small-area estimation; poverty proxies; poor neighbourhoods; deprivation indices

CASE Paper
On 'Consistent' Poverty Rod Hick
December 2012
Paper No' CASE/167:
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JEL Classification: I32

Tags: consistent poverty; low income; material deprivation; conceptualisation and measurement of poverty

CASE Paper
The Impact of School Context: What headteachers say Martin Thrupp and Ruth Lupton
December 2011
Paper No' CASE/158:
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JEL Classification: I24

Tags: schools; educational inequalities; deprivation; disadvantage; context

CASE Report
An Anatomy of Economic Inequality in the UK - Report of the National Equality Panel The report looks at the relationship between people’s economic outcomes and their characteristics and finds that inequalities in people's economic positions are also related to their characteristics such as gender, age, ethnicity, religion and education. John Hills
January 2010
Paper No' CASEreport 60:
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Tags: inequality; economic inequalities in the uk; educational outcomes; employment status; wages and earnings; individual income; incomes on a household basis; household wealth; distributions of economic outcomes; education; employment; wages and earnings; gender; age; ethnicity and religion; disability; sexual orientation; social class; housing tenure; nation and region; area deprivation;

DARP Paper
Gini, Deprivation and Complaints Frank A Cowell
February 2006
Paper No' DARP 084:
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JEL Classification: D63

Tags: inequality; deprivation; complaints; lorenz ordering.

CASE Paper
Schools in Disadvantaged Areas: Recognising context and raising quality This paper looks at the quality problem, exploring the relationships between disadvantaged contexts, what schools do, and the quality of schooling that they provide. The findings suggest that disadvantaged contexts impact on the organisation and processes of schools and that these effects differ significantly from one area to another, in ways that are not reflected by the usual indicators of disadvantage. Ruth Lupton
January 2004
Paper No' CASE 076:
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JEL Classification: I28; R00

Tags: education; schools; poverty; area deprivation; neighbourhoods; quality; ofsted; educational attainment; context

Published as “Schools in Disadvantaged Areas: Low Attainment and a Contextualised Policy Response”, in H.Lauder, P.Brown, J.Dillabough and A.H. Halsey (eds.), Education, Globalization and Social Change, Oxford University Press, 2006