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Benefit `myths'? The accuracy and inaccuracy of public beliefs about the benefits system Ben Baumberg Geiger
October 2016
Paper No' CASE/199:
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JEL Classification: I380

Tags: benefits; social security; public attitudes; myths

Public Economics Programme Discussion Paper
Do Child Tax Benefits Affect the Wellbeing of Children? Evidence from Canadian Child Benefit Expansions Kevin Milligan and Mark Stabile May 2010
Paper No' PEP 01:
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Tags: wellbeing; child tax; child benefits; health outcomes

Tibor Barna: The redistributive impact of taxes and social policies in the UK: 1937-2005 Howard Glennerster
December 2006
Paper No' CASE/115:
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JEL Classification: I30

Tags: income redistribution; taxation; social benefits

Helter Skelter: Families, disabled children and the benefit system Families report that DLA makes a significant difference, not just for the disabled child but for the whole family but when repeatedly downrated or withdrawn generates considerable fluctuations in income and high levels of stress and ill health. The report outlines issues that must be addressed if reduce poverty amongst disabled children is to be reduced. Gabrielle Preston
February 2005
Paper No' CASE 092:
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JEL Classification: I38

Tags: appeals; benefits; disability; employment; extra costs; poverty; services; social exclusion; special needs; social inclusion; take-up; welfare rights

DARP Paper
The Allocation of Benefits underUncertainty: A Decision-Theoretic Framework Ramses H. Abul Naga
May 1995
Paper No' DARP 010:
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Tags: poverty; imperfect information; allocation of benefits

Japanese Studies Programme Paper
Education in Japan and England: A Personal View Rachel Hall
January 1987
Paper No' JS/1987/158:
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Tags: education; japan; england; schooling; population; economic benefits.