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CASE Annual Report 2017

Kerris Cooper,  Abigail McKnight,  May 2018
Paper No' CASEreport 117:
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Paper copy now out of print.
Tags: annual report
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Does Part-Time Mothering Help Get a Job? The Role of Shared Custody in Women’s Employment

Carole Bonnet,  Bertrand Garbinti,  Anne Solaz,  April 2018
Paper No' CASE/209:
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Paper copy now out of print.
Tags: divorce; child custody; shared custody; labour supply
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Child poverty and multidimensional disadvantage: Tackling "data exclusion" and extending the evidence base on "missing" and "invisible" children (Overview report)

Tania Burchardt,  Polly Vizard,  Polina Obolenskaya,  Isabel Shutes,  Mario Battaglini,  March 2018
Paper No' CASE/114:
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Tags: children; gypsy and traveller; roma; migrant; carers; child; multidimensional
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Experience of multiple disadvantage among Roma, Gypsy and Traveller children in England and Wales

Tania Burchardt,  Polina Obolenskaya,  Polly Vizard,  Mario Battaglini,  March 2018
Paper No' CASE/208:
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Tags: roma; gypsy; traveller; poverty; deprivation; inclusion; integration; ‘data exclusion’
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Overcoming the Stigma of Social Housing: Can social housing rebuild its reputation?

Anne Power,  Bert Provan,  February 2018
Paper No' CASEreport 116:
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Tags: housing; communities; social housing; tenants; stigma; prejudice
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Overcoming the Stigma of Social Housing: Findings from Tenant Think Tanks

Anne Power,  February 2018
Paper No' CASE Report 115:
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Tags: social housing; stigma; prejudice; benefit to society
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Private Renting: How can social landlords help?

January 2018
Paper No' CASE Report 113:
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Tags: housing; private renting; private landlords; social landlords; local authorities; intermediate rent
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Multidimensional poverty and income inequality in the EU

Polly Vizard,  Lin Yang,  November 2017
Paper No' CASE/207:
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The empirical relationship between income poverty and income inequality in rich and middle income countries

Eleni Karagiannaki,  November 2017
Paper No' CASE/206:
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The relationship between poverty and inequality: Concepts and measurement

Lin Yang,  November 2017
Paper No' CASE/205:
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Special event held as part of the Social Exclusion seminar series
What difference does devolution make for social policies and distributional outcomes?

Social Policies and Distributional Outcomes in a Changing Britain programme series

Wednesday 4th July 2018 Listen to the audio recording of the full event here

Country level devolution: Scotland

Mark Stephens Professor of Public Policy and Director, The Urban Institute, Heriot-Watt University
Suzanne Fitzpatrick Professor of Housing and Social Policy and Director, I-SPHERE, Heriot-Watt University Presentation slides here
Devolution is an increasingly important element of the landscape for social policy making in Britain and is resulting in increased divergence in social policies with potential implications for social inequalities within and across the four countries of the UK. This seminar brought together and examined recent research findings on both country-level devolution and city/region devolution and discussed the implications of the new and emerging devolved powers for social policies and distributional outcomes. Professor Mark Stephens and Professor Suzanne Fitzpatrick draw on lessons from Scotland, where powers have been extended the furthest, with a particular focus on social security, tax, housing and homelessness.


City/region level devolution: Greater Manchester

Professor Ruth Lupton Head of Inclusive Growth Analysis Unit at the University of Manchester Presentation slides here
Ruth Lupton discussed emerging evidence from Greater Manchester in policy areas such as health and social care, employment and policing, in order to establish the nature and scope of devolution in these areas and the relationship of devolution to social policy change and addressing inequalities.

The findings are the first outputs from the new CASE research programme, Social Policies and Distributional outcomes in a Changing Britain (SPDO), which is funded by Nuffield Foundation and examines the relationship between social policy making and inequalities in 21st century Britain.

 


News Posted: 04 July 2018      [Back to the Top]