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New research evidence on social mobility and educational attainment

Jo Blanden,  Claire Crawford,  Ellen Greaves,  Paul Gregg,  John Hills,  Lindsey Macmillan,  Abigail McKnight,  Luke Sibieta,  Anna Vignoles,  July 2015
Paper No' SPCCWP21:
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Summary:
This paper is a summary overview of new research evidence on social mobility and educational attainment


Tags: social mobility; education; attainment
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When and Why do Initially High Attaining Poor Children Fall Behind?

Claire Crawford,  Lindsey Macmillan,  Anna Vignoles,  July 2015
Paper No' SPCCWP20:
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Tags: attainment; social mobility; education; secondary; primary
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Older people's experiences of dignity and nutrition during hospital stays: Secondary data analysis using the Adult Inpatient Survey

Tania Burchardt,  Polly Vizard,  July 2015
Paper No' CASEreport 91:
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Tags: health and social care; health; social care; dignity; nutrition; elderly; hospital
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Older people's experiences of dignity and nutrition during hospital stays: Secondary data analysis using the Adult Inpatient Survey

Tania Burchardt,  Polly Vizard,  July 2015
Paper No' CASEbrief 34:
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Tags: dignity; nutrition; elderly; social care; health
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A fresh look at an old question: is pro-poor targeting of cash transfers more effective than universal systems at reducing inequality and poverty?

Abigail McKnight,  July 2015
Paper No' CASE/191:
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Tags: inequality; poverty; redistribution; cash transfers; welfare
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Mothers, parenting and the impact of separation

Tina Haux,  Lucinda Platt,  Rachel Rosenberg,  June 2015
Paper No' CASE/190:
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Paper copy now out of print.
Tags: mothers; separation; parenting competence; maternal mental health; millennium cohort study
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Parenting and post-separation contact: what are the links?

Tina Haux,  Lucinda Platt,  Rachel Rosenberg,  June 2015
Paper No' CASE/189:
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Paper copy now out of print.
Tags: parenting; fathers; father involvement; separation; child contact;
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Monitoring the evolution of income poverty and real incomes over time

A.B. Atkinson,  Anne-Catherine Guio,  Eric Marlier,  March 2015
Paper No' CASE/188:
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Tags: poverty; inequality; national accounts; social indicators
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The Coalition’s Record on Employment: Policy, Spending and Outcomes 2010-2015

Abigail McKnight,  March 2015
Paper No' CASE/187:
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Tags: employment policy; evaluation of labour policies; unemployment; wages
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Is Welfare Reform Working? Impacts on working age tenants

Eileen Herden,  Anne Power,  Bert Provan,  March 2015
Paper No' CASEreport 90:
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Tags: social housing; tenants; welfare; reform; employment; housing association; hailo

About CASE Publications

CASE publishes a series of discussion papers (CASEpapers) which are the result of the research done by members and associates of the Centre. It also publishes a series of summaries of some of this research (CASEbriefs). Particular conferences and activities are summarised in our occasional CASEreports series.

We also produced a series of briefs on the 2001 Census, which present findings on population, on changes in the size and distribution of minority ethnic groups, on tenure and household change and on employment change. The US-UK comparative briefs, produced through collaboration with the Metro Program of the Brookings Institution in Washington D.C., use recent censuses and other sources from both countries to address similar issues in a comparative context.

All CASE publications are available in PDF format for free downloading from this Website using Adobe Acrobat Reader. Some paper copies are still available from remaining stock, unless marked " out of print. " See our how to order page for further details.

The Welfare State Programme Discussion Paper Series (WSP ) has now been discontinued as this programme of research has been subsumed into the new ESRC Centre. Unfortunately, we have no stocks remaining of old WSP papers.