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Kerris Cooper and Abigail McKnight
The more generous National Living Wage replaced the National Minimum Wage for employees aged 25 and over in April 2016. In April 2020 it is due to increase to 60% of the average wage. In this policy brief we assess the ...Read more...
6 March 2020
Kerris Cooper and Nicola Lacey
This paper sets out to evaluate the development of policy in relation to physical safety and security in the period since the Conservative Government took office in 2015. Whilst people’s physical safety and security depe...Read more...
13 August 2019
Kitty Stewart, Kerris Cooper and Isabel Shutes
The paper was written as part of a major research programme on trends in the distribution of social and economic outcomes in the UK and the design and impact of social policies. The paper seeks to map out the potential i...Read more...
26 February 2019
Ruth Lupton, Sian Peake-Jones, Kerris Cooper and Ceri Hughes
This paper explores recent developments in the devolution of powers to subnational governments in England and its implications for social policy making and the distribution of economic and social outcomes. It is general...Read more...
21 November 2018
A summary of the output of the Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion: The work programme of the Centre includes monitoring social spending, policies and outcomes in the UK, international comparisons of poverty and of t...Read more...
19 June 2018
Kerris Cooper and Kitty Stewart
12 July 2017
29 March 2017
There is ample evidence that adults with lower incomes tend to have worse outcomes including worse health, lower life expectancy and lower subjective wellbeing than individuals with more. But is money in adulthood itself...Read more...
9 December 2015
Children in low-income households do less well than their better-off peers on many outcomes in life, such as education or health, simply because they are poorer. While a parent's level of education, attitude towards brin...Read more...
28 October 2013