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The Emergence of Lone Motherhood as a Problem in Late Twentieth Century Britain

Hilary Land,  Jane Lewis,  August 1997
Paper No' WSP 134:

Poverty and Family Background in Greece:The Role of Father's Occupation and Education

Christos Papatheodorou,  August 1997
Paper No' WSP 133:

Categorical Benefits in Welfare States: Findings from Britain and Israel. Now published in International Social Security Review, 51(1), 1998

John Gal,  June 1997
Paper No' WSP 132:

Minimum Pensions and Safety Nets in Old Age: A Comparative Analysis

Martin Evans,  Jane Falkingham,  June 1997
Paper No' WSP 131:

Stability of Estimates of the Compensationfor Danger

Reza Arabsheibani,  A Marin,  March 1997
Paper No' WSP 130:

What Price Security? Assessing Private Insurance for Long-Term Care, Income Replacement During Incapacity, and Unemployment for Mortgagors

Tania Burchardt,  February 1997
Paper No' WSP 129:

Growing Old in the 21st Century: Lessons from Four Cohorts in Britain 1974-93

Maria Evandrou,  Jane Falkingham, 
Paper No' WSP 128:
Paper copy now out of print.

Student Loans: Where are we now? Repayment Rates for Student Loans: Some sensitivity tests

Nicholas Barr,  Iain Crawford,  Jane Falkingham,  November 1996
Paper No' WSP 127:

Caring for the Very Old: Public and Private Solutions

Howard Glennerster,  October 1996
Paper No' WSP 126:

A Place for Fathers: Fathers and social policy in the post-war period

Sophie Sarre,  October 1996
Paper No' WSP 125:

What do we expect Lone Mothers to do? Competing agendas for welfare reform in the United States

Jane Waldfogel,  October 1996
Paper No' WSP 124:

Alternatives to Fundholding. Now published in International Journal of Health Services, 28(1),(1988),pp.47-66

Virginia Bovell,  Anna Cohen,  Howard Glennerster,  July 1996
Paper No' WSP 123:

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,  Jane Waldfogel,  July 1996
Paper No' WSP 122:

Giving Credit Where it's Due? The Success of Family Credit Reassessed

Martin Evans, 
Paper No' WSP 121:

Price and Competition in the NHS Internal Market in GP Fundholer Procedures

Carol Propper,  Deborah Wilson,  May 1996
Paper No' WSP 120:

Housing Benefit Problems and Dilemmas: What can we learn from France and Germany?

Martin Evans,  April 1996
Paper No' WSP 119:

Families on the Dole in Britain, France and Germany

Martin Evans,  April 1996
Paper No' WSP 118:

Means-testing the Unemployed in Britain, France and Germany

Martin Evans,  April 1996
Paper No' WSP 117:

Becoming a Parent in Europe

John Hobcraft,  Kathleen E Kiernan,  October 1995
Paper No' WSP 116:

Chunnel Vision: Poverty, Social Exclusion and The Debate on Social Welfare in France and Britain

Martin Evans,  Serge Paugam,  Joseph Prélis, 
Paper No' WSP 115:

The Problem of Lone Mother Families in Twentieth Century Britain

Jane Lewis, 
Paper No' WSP 114:

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:

Japanese, South Korean and Taiwanese Social Welfare in Comparative Perspective

Roger Goodman,  Ito Peng, 
Paper No' WSP 112:

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

Martin Evans, 
Paper No' WSP 111:

The Effects of Differences in Housing and Health Care Systems on International Comparions of Income Distribution

Jane Falkingham,  Karen Gardiner,  John Hills,  Valérie Lechêne,  Holly Sutherland, 
Paper No' WSP 110:

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:

Evaluating the Pin Money Hypothesis: The relationship between women's labour market activity, family income and poverty in Britain

Susan Harkness,  Stephen Machin,  Jane Waldfogel, 
Paper No' WSP 108:

Area-based Poverty, Social Problems and Resident Empowerment

Anne Power,  December 1994
Paper No' WSP 107:
Paper copy now out of print.

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, 
Paper No' WSP 106:

Designed for the Poor - Poorer by Design? The Effects of the 1986 Social Security Acton Family Incomes

Martin Evans,  David Piachaud,  Holly Sutherland, 
Paper No' WSP 105:

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, 
Paper No' WSP 104:

The Decline of the Male Breadwinner: Changing Shares of Husbands' and Wives' Earnings in Family Income

Stephen Machin,  Jane Waldfogel, 
Paper No' WSP 103:

The Development of Quasi-markets in Welfare Provision. Now published in International Journal of Health Services 25 (2), 1995

Howard Glennerster,  Julian Le Grand, 
Paper No' WSP 102:

Not Granted? An Assessment of the Change from Single Payments to the Social Fund

Martin Evans, 
Paper No' WSP 101:

A Survey of Income Inequality Over the Last Twenty Years: How Does the UK Compare?

Karen Gardiner, 
Paper No' WSP 100:

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:

The Institution of an Official Poverty Line and Economic Policy

A.B. Atkinson, 
Paper No' WSP 098:

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, 
Paper No' WSP 097:
Paper copy now out of print.

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

Robert J Bennett, 
Paper No' WSP 096:

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:

Paying for Learning

Nicholas Barr,  Jane Falkingham, 
Paper No' WSP 094:

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:

Investigating Welfare: Final Report of the ESRC Welfare Research Programme

Howard Glennerster,  John Hills,  Julian Le Grand, 
Paper No' WSP 092:

Who Benefits from Local Services? Comparative Evidence from Different Local Authorities

Glen Bramley,  Gavin Smart, 
Paper No' WSP 091:

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,  Paul Johnson, 
Paper No' WSP 090:

Informal Carers and the Labour Market inBritain

Maria Evandrou,  David Winter, 
Paper No' WSP 089:

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,  Carli Lessof,  January 1995
Paper No' WSP 088:

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
Paper No' WSP 087:

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,  Howard Glennerster,  January 1994
Paper No' WSP 086:

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, 
Paper No' WSP 085:

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,  Holly Sutherland,  January 1996
Paper No' WSP 084:

Investing in Skill: Expected Returns to Vocational Studies (Revised version published in Education Economics, vol.3, 1995)

Robert J Bennett,  Howard Glennerster,  Douglas Nevison,  January 1995
Paper No' WSP 083:

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
Paper No' WSP 082:

The Targetting of Family Allowance in Hungary

Sarah J Jarvis,  John Micklewright, 
Paper No' WSP 081:

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
Paper No' WSP 080:

The English and Swedish Health Care ReformsManos Matsaganis (International Journal of Health Services, 24(2), 1994)

Howard Glennerster,  January 1994
Paper No' WSP 079:

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
Paper No' WSP 078:

European Social Policy: Models and Rationales (Journal of European Social Policy, 3(1), 1993)

Mark Kleinman,  David Piachaud,  January 1993
Paper No' WSP 077:

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,  John Hills,  January 1995
Paper No' WSP 076:

Income Support, Contracting Costs and Social Welfare in Britain

Jean-Yves Duclos, 
Paper No' WSP 075:

Investing in Skill: To stay on or not to stay on? (Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 8(2), 1992)

Robert J Bennett,  Howard Glennerster,  Douglas Nevison,   1992
Paper No' WSP 074:

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

Mark Kleinman, 
Paper No' WSP 073:

The Distribution of Income in Eastern Europe

A.B. Atkinson,  John Micklewright, 
Paper No' WSP 072:

The Take-up of State Benefits: An Application to Supplementary Benefits in Britain Using the FES

Jean-Yves Duclos, 
Paper No' WSP 071:

Income Distribution and Redistribution across the Lifecycle: Evidence from Australia

Ann Harding, 
Paper No' WSP 070:

Progressivity, Redistribution and Equity, with Application to 1985 Britain

Jean-Yves Duclos, 
Paper No' WSP 069:

The Distribution of Welfare Benefits In Kind

Maria Evandrou,  Jane Falkingham,  John Hills,  Julian Le Grand, 
Paper No' WSP 068:
Paper copy now out of print.

Income Support for the Unemployed in Hungary

John Micklewright, 
Paper No' WSP 067:

The Social Safety Net

A.B. Atkinson, 
Paper No' WSP 066:

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
Paper No' WSP 065:

The Distribution of Public Expenditure on Health Care Revisited (Journal of Health Economics, 10, 239-245, 1991)

Julian Le Grand,  January 1991
Paper No' WSP 064:

Banding, Tilting, Gearing, Gaining and Losing: An Anatomy of the Proposed Council Tax (edited version in Fiscal Studies, 12(4), 1991)

John Hills,  Holly Sutherland,   1991
Paper No' WSP 063:

Putting a Price on Council Housing: ValuingVoluntary Transfers (edited version in Fiscal Studies, 13(1), 1992)

Karen Gardiner,  John Hills,  Mark Kleinman,  January 1992
Paper No' WSP 062:

From Right-to-Buy to Rent-to-Mortgage: Privatisation of Council Housing Since 1979

John Hills, 
Paper No' WSP 061:
Paper copy now out of print.

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
Paper No' WSP 060:
Paper copy now out of print.

A Cohort Analysis of Chronic Morbidity and Unemployment in the General Household Survey

David Winter, 
Paper No' WSP 059:
Paper copy now out of print.

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
Paper No' WSP 058:

Regional Inequalities in Mortality

Raymond Illsley,  Julian Le Grand,  Christine Mullings, 
Paper No' WSP 057:

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,  Holly Sutherland,  January 1992
Paper No' WSP 056:

The Myth of the Woopie?: Incomes, the Elderly, and Targeting Welfare (Ageing and Society, 11:4, Dec 1991)

Jane Falkingham,  Christina Victor,  December 1991
Paper No' WSP 055:

Economic Theory and the Welfare State: A Survey and Reinterpretation (Journal of Economic Literature, 30, 741-803, June 1992)

Nicholas Barr,  June 1992
Paper No' WSP 054:

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
Paper No' WSP 053:

Equity in Health and Social Care (Journal of Social Policy, 21:4, 1992)

Maria Evandrou,  Jane Falkingham,  Julian Le Grand,  David Winter,   1992
Paper No' WSP 052:

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
Paper No' WSP 051:

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
Paper No' WSP 050:

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
Paper No' WSP 049:

Dynamic Microsimulation Models: Problems andProspects

Ann Harding, 
Paper No' WSP 048:

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
Paper No' WSP 047:

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,  Howard Glennerster, 
Paper No' WSP 046:
Paper copy now out of print.

Equity and the Distribution of National HealthService Resources (Journal of Health Economics, 10, 1-19, June 1991)

Owen O'Donnell,  Carol Propper, 
Paper No' WSP 045:

Distributional Effects of Housing Subsidies in the United Kingdom. (Revised version in Journal of Public Economics, 44:3, 1991)

John Hills, 
Paper No' WSP 044:

Administration, Compliance and Governability

Patrick Troy, 
Paper No' WSP 043:

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,  William Low, 
Paper No' WSP 042:

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,  Christine Whitehead, 
Paper No' WSP 041:
Paper copy now out of print.

Working for Patients? The Right Approach? (Social Policy and Administration, 23:2, Aug 1989)

Nicholas Barr,  Howard Glennerster,  Julian Le Grand, 
Paper No' WSP 040:

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,  Tony Travers, 
Paper No' WSP 039:

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,  John Hills, 
Paper No' WSP 038:

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, 
Paper No' WSP 037:

Equity versus Efficiency: The Elusive Trade-off (Ethics, 100, 554-568, 1990)

Julian Le Grand, 
Paper No' WSP 036:
Paper copy now out of print.

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,  Chris Gordon, 
Paper No' WSP 035:
Paper copy now out of print.

The Mirage of Private Unemployment Insurance

Nicholas Barr, 
Paper No' WSP 034:

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, 
Paper No' WSP 033:

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,  Julian Le Grand,   1988
Paper No' WSP 032:
Paper copy now out of print.

Enterprise Welfare in Japan

Rachel Hall, 
Paper No' WSP 031:
Paper copy now out of print.

Differentiation in Later Life: Social Class and Housing Tenure Cleavages. (Becoming and Being Old, B Bytheway (ed) (1989), Sage)

Maria Evandrou,  Christina Victor,  January 1989
Paper No' WSP 030:

The Myth of Family Care? The Elderlyin the early 1930s (Ageing and Society, 8:2/3, June/Sept 1988)

Chris Gordon,   1988
Paper No' WSP 029:
Paper copy now out of print.

Student Grants and Student Poverty

Nicholas Barr,  William Low, 
Paper No' WSP 028:

Council Housing: Conflict, Change and Decision-Making

Anne Power, 
Paper No' WSP 027:

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,  David Winter,   1988
Paper No' WSP 026:
Paper copy now out of print.

In Search of Postwar Consensus. (The LSE Quarterly, 3:1, Spring 1989)

Nicholas Deakin,   1989
Paper No' WSP 025:
Paper copy now out of print.

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
Paper No' WSP 024:

Three Essays on Equity. (Revised and expanded version of these papers in Equity and Choice, J Le Grand (1991), Routledge)

Julian Le Grand,   1991
Paper No' WSP 023:
Paper copy now out of print.

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
Paper No' WSP 022:
Paper copy now out of print.

The Crisis in Council Housing: Is Public Housing Manageable? (The Political Quarterly, 58:3, July-Sept 1987)

Anne Power,  January 1987
Paper No' WSP 021:

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
Paper No' WSP 020:

Non-Wage Labour Costs: Their Rationales and the Economic Effects

Toshiaki Tachibanaki, 
Paper No' WSP 019:

Social Justice and the Redistributive Effect ofSocial Expenditure in Poland

Wlodek Okrasa, 
Paper No' WSP 018:

Britain's Ageing Population: The Engine BehindIncreased Dependency Ratios (version in Journal of Social Policy, 18:2, April 1989)

Jane Falkingham,  April 1989
Paper No' WSP 017:
Paper copy now out of print.

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
Paper No' WSP 016:
Paper copy now out of print.

The Use of Domiciliary Services by the Elderly: A Survey

Maria Evandrou, 
Paper No' WSP 015:

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,  David Winter,  January 1987
Paper No' WSP 014:

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
Paper No' WSP 013:

Measurement of Inequality in Health (Economics and Health, A Williams (ed) (1987), Macmillan)

Raymond Illsley,  Julian Le Grand, 
Paper No' WSP 012:

Social Insurance and Income Maintenance (Atkinson: Poverty and Social Security (1989), Harvester Press)

A.B. Atkinson,  January 1989
Paper No' WSP 011:

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,  Julian Le Grand,   1987
Paper No' WSP 010:
Paper copy now out of print.

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,  Julian Le Grand,  January 1987
Paper No' WSP 009:

Service Credits: A New Currency for the Welfare State

Edgar Cahn, 
Paper No' WSP 008:
Paper copy now out of print.

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, 
Paper No' WSP 007:

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, 
Paper No' WSP 006:
Paper copy now out of print.

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
Paper No' WSP 005:

Research Directions on the Future of the Welfare State: a View from Social Administration

Howard Glennerster, 
Paper No' WSP 004:
Paper copy now out of print.

The Historical Dimensions of the Welfare State 'Crisis'. (Journal of Social Policy, 15:4, 443-465, Oct 1986)

Paul Johnson,  October 1986
Paper No' WSP 003:
Paper copy now out of print.

An Econometric Approach to the Measurement of Poverty. (Oxford Economic Papers, 40:3, 505-522, Sept 1988)

Meghnad Desai,  Anup Shah,  September 1988
Paper No' WSP 002:
Paper copy now out of print.

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
Paper No' WSP 001:
Paper copy now out of print.