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Welfare State Programme Discussion Paper Series

The Emergence of Lone Motherhood as a Problem in Late Twentieth Century Britain Hilary Land and Jane Lewis
August 1997
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Poverty and Family Background in Greece:The Role of Father's Occupation and Education Christos Papatheodorou
August 1997
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Categorical Benefits in Welfare States: Findings from Britain and Israel. Now published in International Social Security Review, 51(1), 1998 John Gal June 1997
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Minimum Pensions and Safety Nets in Old Age: A Comparative Analysis Martin Evans and Jane Falkingham
June 1997
Paper No' WSP 131:
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Stability of Estimates of the Compensationfor Danger Reza Arabsheibani and A Marin
March 1997
Paper No' WSP 130:
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What Price Security? Assessing Private Insurance for Long-Term Care, Income Replacement During Incapacity, and Unemployment for Mortgagors Tania Burchardt February 1997
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Student Loans: Where are we now? Repayment Rates for Student Loans: Some sensitivity tests Nicholas Barr, Iain Crawford and Jane Falkingham November 1996
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Caring for the Very Old: Public and Private Solutions Howard Glennerster
October 1996
Paper No' WSP 126:
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A Place for Fathers: Fathers and social policy in the post-war period Sophie Sarre
October 1996
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What do we expect Lone Mothers to do? Competing agendas for welfare reform in the United States Jane Waldfogel
October 1996
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Alternatives to Fundholding. Now published in International Journal of Health Services, 28(1),(1988),pp.47-66 Virginia Bovell, Anna Cohen and Howard Glennerster July 1996
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The Wages of Motherhood: Better or Worse? Now published in Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol.23, No.5 (September 1999) pp.543-564 Heather Joshi, Pierella Paci and Jane Waldfogel July 1996
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Price and Competition in the NHS Internal Market in GP Fundholer Procedures Carol Propper and Deborah Wilson
May 1996
Paper No' WSP 120:
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Housing Benefit Problems and Dilemmas: What can we learn from France and Germany? Martin Evans
April 1996
Paper No' WSP 119:
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Families on the Dole in Britain, France and Germany Martin Evans
April 1996
Paper No' WSP 118:
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Means-testing the Unemployed in Britain, France and Germany Martin Evans
April 1996
Paper No' WSP 117:
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Comparing Poverty in France and theUnited Kingdom (in The Distribution of Welfare and Household Production, S Jenkins, A Kapteyn and B van Praag (eds.) (1996), Cambridge University Press) A.B. Atkinson, Karen Gardiner, Valérie Lechêne and Holly Sutherland January 1996
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Becoming a Parent in Europe John Hobcraft and Kathleen E Kiernan
October 1995
Paper No' WSP 116:
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William Beveridge versus Robin Hood: Social Security and Redistribution over the Lifecycle. (Revised version in The Dynamic of Welfare; The welfare state and the life cycle, J Falkingham and J Hills (eds.) (1995) Harvester-Wheatsheaf). Jane Falkingham, John Hills and Carli Lessof January 1995
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Investing in Skill: Expected Returns to Vocational Studies (Revised version published in Education Economics, vol.3, 1995) Robert J Bennett, Howard Glennerster and Douglas Nevison January 1995
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Towards a European Social Safety Net? (Fiscal Studies, 13(3), 1992); also chapter 14 in Incomes and the Welfare State: Essays on Britain and Europe, by A.B. Atkinson (Cambridge University Press, 1995). A.B. Atkinson January 1995
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Does Britain Have a 'Welfare Generation'? An Empirical Analysis of Intergenerational Equity (Revised versions in The Dynamic of Welfare: the welfare state and the life cycle, J Falkingham and J Hills (eds.) (1995) Harvester-Wheatsheaf). Helen Bowman and John Hills January 1995
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Area-based Poverty, Social Problems and Resident Empowerment Anne Power
December 1994
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Squaring the Circle: The Inconsistencies and Constraints of Beveridge's Plan. (Revised version published in Beveridge and Social Secutiry: An international retrospective, J Hills, J Ditch and H Glennerster (eds.) , 1994. Clarendon Press). Martin Evans and Howard Glennerster January 1994
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The English and Swedish Health Care ReformsManos Matsaganis (International Journal of Health Services, 24(2), 1994) Howard Glennerster January 1994
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The Distribution of the Tax Burden: 30 Years After The Theory of Public Finance (published in Modern Public Finance, J Quigley and E Smolensky (eds) (Harvard Unversity Press, 1993) A.B. Atkinson  1993
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What is Happening to the Distribution of Income in the UK? Now published in Proceedings of the British Academy, vol.82 (1993), pp.317-351; also chapter 1 in Incomes and the Welfare State: Essays on Britain and Europe, by A.B. Atkinson (Cambridge University Press). A.B. Atkinson January 1993
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Paying for Welfare: Issues for the Nineties (Ch.1 in The Costs of Welfare, R Page and N Deakin (eds) 1993, Avebury) Howard Glennerster January 1993
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The Western Experience with Social Safety Nets (in Economics in a Changing World, Vol.3, D Bös (ed.), (1993), Macmallian); also chapter 13 in Incomes and the Welfare State: Essays on Britain and Europe, by A.B. Atkinson (Cambridge University Press) A.B. Atkinson January 1993
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European Social Policy: Models and Rationales (Journal of European Social Policy, 3(1), 1993) Mark Kleinman and David Piachaud January 1993
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Investing in Skill: To stay on or not to stay on? (Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 8(2), 1992) Robert J Bennett, Howard Glennerster and Douglas Nevison  1992
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Equity in Health and Social Care (Journal of Social Policy, 21:4, 1992) Maria Evandrou, Jane Falkingham, Julian Le Grand and David Winter  1992
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Economic Theory and the Welfare State: A Survey and Reinterpretation (Journal of Economic Literature, 30, 741-803, June 1992) Nicholas Barr June 1992
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Putting a Price on Council Housing: ValuingVoluntary Transfers (edited version in Fiscal Studies, 13(1), 1992) Karen Gardiner, John Hills and Mark Kleinman January 1992
Paper No' WSP 062:
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Two Nations in Early Retirement?: The Case of Britain (Ch.6 in: Age, Work and Social Security, A B Atkinson and M Rein (eds) (1992), Macmillan) A.B. Atkinson and Holly Sutherland January 1992
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Institutional Features of Unemployment Insurance and the Working of the Labour Market (Economic Analysis of Markets and Games, Dasgupta et al (eds) (MIT Press, 1992) A.B. Atkinson January 1992
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Challenging the Invisibility of Carers: Mapping Informal Care Nationally (published in Social Policy and Older People, C Victor and F Lascko (eds) (Gower, 1992) Maria Evandrou January 1992
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Banding, Tilting, Gearing, Gaining and Losing: An Anatomy of the Proposed Council Tax (edited version in Fiscal Studies, 12(4), 1991) John Hills and Holly Sutherland  1991
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A National Minimum? A History of Ambiguity in the Determination of Benefit Scales in Britain (published in The State and Social Welfare, T and D Wilson (eds) (1991, Longman) A.B. Atkinson  1991
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Three Essays on Equity. (Revised and expanded version of these papers in Equity and Choice, J Le Grand (1991), Routledge) Julian Le Grand  1991
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The Myth of the Woopie?: Incomes, the Elderly, and Targeting Welfare (Ageing and Society, 11:4, Dec 1991) Jane Falkingham and Christina Victor December 1991
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Social Insurance (Geneva Papers on Risk and Social Insurance Theory, 16(2), 113-131, 1991); also chapter 11 in Incomes and the Welfare State: Essays on Britain and Europe, by A.B. Atkinson (Cambridge University Press, 1995). A.B. Atkinson January 1991
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The Distribution of Public Expenditure on Health Care Revisited (Journal of Health Economics, 10, 239-245, 1991) Julian Le Grand January 1991
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The Development of State Pensions in the United Kingdom (in: The Future of Basic and Supplementary Pension Schemes in the European Community-1992 and Beyond, W Schmähl (ed)(1991) Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft) A.B. Atkinson January 1991
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Comparing Poverty Rates Internationally: Lessons from Recent Studies in OECD Countries (The World Bank Economic Review, 5:1, 3-21, 1991); also in Incomes and the Welfare State: Essays on Britain and Europe,(Cambridge Univ. Press, 1995) A.B. Atkinson January 1991
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Subsidies to Social Housing in England: Their Behavioural Implications. (Revised version, Ch15 in Unravelling Housing Finance: Subsidies, Benefits and Taxation, J Hills (1991), Oxford University Press) John Hills January 1991
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Poverty, Statistics, and Progress in Europe (in Analysing Poverty in the European Community, Eurostat News Special Edition 1-1990, Eurostat, Luxembourg); also chapter 3 in Incomes and the Welfare State: Essays on Britain and Europe, by A.B. Atkinson A.B. Atkinson  1990
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In Search of Postwar Consensus. (The LSE Quarterly, 3:1, Spring 1989) Nicholas Deakin
 1989
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The Welfare State as an Efficiency Device ('Social Insurance as an Efficiency Device' in Journal of Public Policy, 9:1, 59-82, July 1989) Nicholas Barr  1989
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Britain's Ageing Population: The Engine BehindIncreased Dependency Ratios (version in Journal of Social Policy, 18:2, April 1989) Jane Falkingham April 1989
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Differentiation in Later Life: Social Class and Housing Tenure Cleavages. (Becoming and Being Old, B Bytheway (ed) (1989), Sage) Maria Evandrou and Christina Victor January 1989
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The Voluntary Sector in Housing: The Role of British Housing Associations (in The Nonprofit Sector in International Perspective: Studies in Comparative Culture and Policy, E James (ed) (1989), Oxford University Press) John Hills January 1989
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Social Insurance and Income Maintenance (Atkinson: Poverty and Social Security (1989), Harvester Press) A.B. Atkinson
January 1989
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Reform and the National Health Service (publd.:'Improving the National Health Service', in Resourcing the National Health ServiceEvidence to the Social Services Committee, House of Commons, Session 1987-88, HMSO, HC264-IV) Nicholas Barr, Howard Glennerster and Julian Le Grand  1988
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The Myth of Family Care? The Elderlyin the early 1930s (Ageing and Society, 8:2/3, June/Sept 1988) Chris Gordon
 1988
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The Distribution of Domiciliary and Primary Health Care in Britain. (Chapter 8 in Social Welfare in Britain and Poland, J Le Grand and W Okrasa (eds)(1988), STICERD Occasional Paper 12) Maria Evandrou and David Winter  1988
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An Econometric Approach to the Measurement of Poverty. (Oxford Economic Papers, 40:3, 505-522, Sept 1988) Meghnad Desai and Anup Shah September 1988
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An International Comparison of Health Inequalities (versions in European Economic Review, 31, 182-191, 1987, and in Health Inequalities in European Countries, J Fox (ed) (1989), Gower) Julian Le Grand  1987
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The Middle Class Infiltration of the Welfare State: Some Evidence from Australia (Journal of Public Policy, 6, 255-274, 1987. Also Chapter 6 in Not Only the Poor (see above)) Robert E Goodin and Julian Le Grand  1987
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When is a Grant not a Grant? The Current System of Housing Association Finance (Summarised in 'How to Get Better Value from Subsidy to Housing Associations', Public Money, 7:1, June 1987; see also Unravelling Housing Finance, below) John Hills June 1987
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The Crisis in Council Housing: Is Public Housing Manageable? (The Political Quarterly, 58:3, July-Sept 1987) Anne Power
January 1987
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The Middle Classes and the Welfare State (Journal of Public Policy, 6:4, 399-430, 1987. Also version in Chapter 8 in Not Only the Poor (see above)) Julian Le Grand and David Winter January 1987
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The Welfare State in Britain 1970-1985: Extent and Effectiveness (Ch.7 in The Performance of the British Economy, R Dornbusch and R Layard (eds) (1987), Oxford University Press) A.B. Atkinson, John Hills and Julian Le Grand January 1987
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Income Maintenance and Social Insurance: A Survey. (Chapter 13 in Handbook of Public Economics, Vol.II, A Auerbach and M Feldstein (eds) (1987), Elsevier Science Publishers) A.B. Atkinson January 1987
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Inequalities in Health: the Human Capital Approach. (Version with M Rabin in Public and Private Health Services, A Culyer and B Jonsson (eds) (1986), Basil Blackwell Julian Le Grand  1986
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The Historical Dimensions of the Welfare State 'Crisis'. (Journal of Social Policy, 15:4, 443-465, Oct 1986) Paul Johnson October 1986
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Giving Credit Where it's Due? The Success of Family Credit Reassessed Martin Evans

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The incomes of the non-household population and the effect of their exclusion from national income profiles Martin Evans

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The Effects of Differences in Housing and Health Care Systems on International Comparions of Income Distribution Jane Falkingham, Karen Gardiner, John Hills, Valérie Lechêne and Holly Sutherland
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The Decline of the Male Breadwinner: Changing Shares of Husbands' and Wives' Earnings in Family Income Stephen Machin and Jane Waldfogel
Paper No' WSP 103:
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Not Granted? An Assessment of the Change from Single Payments to the Social Fund Martin Evans

Paper No' WSP 101:
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Capabilities, Exclusion, and the Supply of Goods (in Choice, Welfare and Development, K Basu, P Pattanaik and K Suzumura (eds.) (1995), Clarendon Press) A.B. Atkinson
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The Low Income Population in Spain and a Comparison with France and the UK: Evidence from the Household Expenditure Surveys Magda Mercader-Prats
Paper No' WSP 095:
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Women Working for Less: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Family Gap. (Version to be published in Oxford Economic Papers, vol.47 (October 1995). Jane Waldfogel
Paper No' WSP 093:
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Investigating Welfare: Final Report of the ESRC Welfare Research Programme Howard Glennerster, John Hills and Julian Le Grand

Paper No' WSP 092:
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Who Benefits from Local Services? Comparative Evidence from Different Local Authorities Glen Bramley and Gavin Smart

Paper No' WSP 091:
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The Targetting of Family Allowance in Hungary Sarah J Jarvis and John Micklewright

Paper No' WSP 081:
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Income Support, Contracting Costs and Social Welfare in Britain Jean-Yves Duclos

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Policy Responses to Changing Housing Markets: Towards a European Housing Policy? Mark Kleinman

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The Distribution of Income in Eastern Europe A.B. Atkinson and John Micklewright

Paper No' WSP 072:
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Income Distribution and Redistribution across the Lifecycle: Evidence from Australia Ann Harding

Paper No' WSP 070:
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Progressivity, Redistribution and Equity, with Application to 1985 Britain Jean-Yves Duclos

Paper No' WSP 069:
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The Distribution of Welfare Benefits In Kind Maria Evandrou, Jane Falkingham, John Hills and Julian Le Grand

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Income Support for the Unemployed in Hungary John Micklewright

Paper No' WSP 067:
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The Social Safety Net A.B. Atkinson

Paper No' WSP 066:
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A Cohort Analysis of Chronic Morbidity and Unemployment in the General Household Survey David Winter

Paper No' WSP 059:

Dynamic Microsimulation Models: Problems andProspects Ann Harding

Paper No' WSP 048:
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How Much Do We Care? A Comment on the Government's Community Care Proposals (Social Policy and Administration, 24:2, 93-103, Aug 1990) Maria Evandrou, Jane Falkingham and Howard Glennerster
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Equity versus Efficiency: The Elusive Trade-off (Ethics, 100, 554-568, 1990) Julian Le Grand

Paper No' WSP 036:

Fifty Years On: The Income and Household Composition of the Elderly in Britain (Ch.12 in Welfare and the Ageing Experience, B Bytheway and J Johnson (eds.) (1990), Avebury) Jane Falkingham and Chris Gordon
Paper No' WSP 035:

Service Credits: A New Currency for the Welfare State Edgar Cahn

Paper No' WSP 008:

On Researching the Distributional Consequences of Public Policies (Ch. 2 in Not Only the Poor: the Middle Classes and the Welfare State, R Goodin and J Le Grand (eds) (1987), Unwin Hyman) Julian Le Grand
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Research Directions on the Future of the Welfare State: a View from Social Administration Howard Glennerster

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Growing Old in the 21st Century: Lessons from Four Cohorts in Britain 1974-93 Maria Evandrou and Jane Falkingham

Paper No' WSP 128:

Chunnel Vision: Poverty, Social Exclusion and The Debate on Social Welfare in France and Britain Martin Evans, Serge Paugam and Joseph Prélis
Paper No' WSP 115:
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The Problem of Lone Mother Families in Twentieth Century Britain Jane Lewis

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Transition to Parenthood: Young Mothers, Young Fathers - Associated factors and later life experiences. (Version published as Becoming a Parent: A Longitudinal Study of Associated Factors, in British Journal of Sociology, 48(3), 1997) Kathleen E Kiernan
Paper No' WSP 113:
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Japanese, South Korean and Taiwanese Social Welfare in Comparative Perspective Roger Goodman and Ito Peng

Paper No' WSP 112:
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The Welfare State and Economic Performance. Now published in National Tax Journal 48(2), (1995), pp.171-198 A.B. Atkinson
Paper No' WSP 109:
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Evaluating the Pin Money Hypothesis: The relationship between women's labour market activity, family income and poverty in Britain Susan Harkness, Stephen Machin and Jane Waldfogel
Paper No' WSP 108:
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Seeking to Explain the Distribution of Income. Now published in New Inequalities: The changing distribution of income and wealth in the UK, J Hills (ed.) (1996), Cambridge University Press A.B. Atkinson
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Designed for the Poor - Poorer by Design? The Effects of the 1986 Social Security Acton Family Incomes Martin Evans, David Piachaud and Holly Sutherland
Paper No' WSP 105:
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State Pensions for Today and Tomorrow. (Published by the Age Concern Institute of Gerontology, 1994; also chapter 16 in Incomes and the Welfare State: Essays on Britain and Europe, by A.B. Atkinson (Cambridge University Press, 1995). A.B. Atkinson
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The Development of Quasi-markets in Welfare Provision. Now published in International Journal of Health Services 25 (2), 1995 Howard Glennerster and Julian Le Grand
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A Survey of Income Inequality Over the Last Twenty Years: How Does the UK Compare? Karen Gardiner

Paper No' WSP 100:
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On Targeting Social Security: Theory and Western Experience with Family Benefits (in Public Spending and the Poor, D van de Walle and K Nead (eds.) (1996), Johns Hopkins University Press) A.B. Atkinson
Paper No' WSP 099:
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The Institution of an Official Poverty Line and Economic Policy A.B. Atkinson

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Investing in Skills: Responses to Learning should Pay and Paying for Learning Robert J Bennett

Paper No' WSP 096:
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Paying for Learning Nicholas Barr and Jane Falkingham

Paper No' WSP 094:
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A Unified Funded Pension Scheme (UFPS) for Britain. (Revised version in The Dynamic of Welfare: the welfare state and the life cycle, J Falkingham and J Hills (eds.) (1995) Harvester-Wheatsheaf). Jane Falkingham and Paul Johnson
Paper No' WSP 090:
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Informal Carers and the Labour Market inBritain Maria Evandrou and David Winter

Paper No' WSP 089:
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Beveridge, the National Minimum, and its Future in a European Context (Chapter 15 in Incomes and the Welfare State, A B Atkinson (1995). Cambridge University Press); also cchapter 15 in Incomes and the Welfare State: Essays on Britain and Europe A.B. Atkinson
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The Take-up of State Benefits: An Application to Supplementary Benefits in Britain Using the FES Jean-Yves Duclos

Paper No' WSP 071:
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From Right-to-Buy to Rent-to-Mortgage: Privatisation of Council Housing Since 1979 John Hills

Paper No' WSP 061:

Regional Inequalities in Mortality Raymond Illsley, Julian Le Grand and Christine Mullings

Paper No' WSP 057:
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Equity and the Distribution of National HealthService Resources (Journal of Health Economics, 10, 1-19, June 1991) Owen O'Donnell and Carol Propper
Paper No' WSP 045:
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Distributional Effects of Housing Subsidies in the United Kingdom. (Revised version in Journal of Public Economics, 44:3, 1991) John Hills
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Administration, Compliance and Governability Patrick Troy

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How Far is the Poll Tax a 'Community Charge'? The Implications of Service Usage Evidence (Policy and Politics, 17:3, 187-205, 1989) Glen Bramley, Julian Le Grand and William Low
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Shifting Subsidy from Bricks and Mortar to People: Experiences in Britain and West Germany (Housing Studies, 5:3, 1990, pp.147-167) John Hills, Franz Hubert, Horst Tomann and Christine Whitehead
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Working for Patients? The Right Approach? (Social Policy and Administration, 23:2, Aug 1989) Nicholas Barr, Howard Glennerster and Julian Le Grand
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A New Era for Social Policy: A New Enlightenment or a New Leviathan? (Journal of Social Policy, 20:3, 389-414, July 1991) Howard Glennerster, Anne Power and Tony Travers
Paper No' WSP 039:
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Social Security in Developed Countries: Are There Lessons for Developing Countries? (Ch3 in Social Security in Developing Countries, E Ahmad, J Drèze, J Hills, A Sen (eds) (1991), Oxford University Press) A.B. Atkinson and John Hills
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Income Maintenance for the Unemployed in Britain and the Response to High Unemployment (Ethics, 100, 569-585, 1990; also chapter 9 in Incomes and the Welfare State: Essays on Britain and Europe, by A.B. Atkinson, (Cambridge Univ. Press,1995) A.B. Atkinson
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The Mirage of Private Unemployment Insurance Nicholas Barr

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Twenty-First Century Housing Subsidies:Durable Rent-Fixing and Subsidy Arrangementsfor Social Housing. (Revised and expanded versions of much of this paper are to be found in Unravelling Housing Finance (see above) John Hills
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Enterprise Welfare in Japan Rachel Hall

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Student Grants and Student Poverty Nicholas Barr and William Low

Paper No' WSP 028:
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Council Housing: Conflict, Change and Decision-Making Anne Power

Paper No' WSP 027:
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Non-Wage Labour Costs: Their Rationales and the Economic Effects Toshiaki Tachibanaki

Paper No' WSP 019:
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Social Justice and the Redistributive Effect ofSocial Expenditure in Poland Wlodek Okrasa

Paper No' WSP 018:
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The Use of Domiciliary Services by the Elderly: A Survey Maria Evandrou

Paper No' WSP 015:
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Measurement of Inequality in Health (Economics and Health, A Williams (ed) (1987), Macmillan) Raymond Illsley and Julian Le Grand
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The Scandinavian Welfare State: Anatomy, Logic and Some Problems (in The Economic Development of Denmark and Norway since 1870, K G Persson (ed) (1993), Edward Elgar) Gunnar Persson
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