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The Changing Anatomy of Economic Inequality in London (2007-2013)
Polly Vizard, Polina Obolenskaya
March 2015
Paper No' SPCCRR06
Press Release | Summary (pdf) | Full paper (pdf)
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Falling Behind, Getting Ahead: The Changing Structure of Inequality in the UK, 2007-2013
John Hills, Jack Cunliffe, Polina Obolenskaya and Eleni Karagiannaki
March 2015, Paper No' SPCCRR05
Press Release | Summary (pdf) | Full paper (pdf)
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Bridging the Gap: The Haringey Support Fund
Laura Lane, Bert Provan, Alice Belotti, Anne Power
March 2015
Paper No' CASEreport 87
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The Impact of Welfare Reform on Social Housing Tenants: Findings from two Think Tanks
LSE Housing and Communities
March 2015
Paper No' CASEreport 86
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Piketty in the long run
Frank A Cowell
February 2015
Paper No' CASE/185
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The Coalition's Record on Schools: Policy, Spending and Outcomes 2010-2015
Ruth Lupton, Stephanie Thomson
February 2015
Paper No' SPCCWP13
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The Coalition's Record on Adult Social Care: Policy, Spending and Outcomes 2010-2015
Tania Burchardt, Polina Obolenskaya, Polly Vizard
January 2015
Paper No' SPCCWP17

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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.

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