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Policy debates surrounding poverty and inequality try to find practical solutions to what we should do to tackle these phenomena. But what are the grounds for being concerned about poverty or about inequality? To what ex...Read more...
21 November 2017
Watch Professor Ian Gough present his new book which aims to build an essential bridge between climate change and social policy:
Download slides from the launch event here
This book buil...Read more...
1 November 2017
A Citizen’s Income, or a Basic Income, is not a new idea but it has been receiving increasing attention. There is confusion about the idea and an attempt is made to distinguish different concepts. Then a full Citizen’s I...Read more...
1 December 2016
Wulf Gaertner, Frank A Cowell and Yoram Amiel
We examine individuals' distributional orderings in a number of contexts. This is done by using a questionnaire-experiment that is presented to respondents in any one of seven “flavours” or interpretations of the basic d...Read more...
Jonathan M. Stein
This paper explores the disjuncture in the New Labour Government between the largest reform in fifty years of the nation's Legal Aid system and the concurrent pursuit of progressive anti-poverty, social inclusion, commun...Read more...