Beveridge 2.0 Publications

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The research supported by the Beveridge 2.0 programme culminates in symposia which are published in the newly created LSE Public Policy Review.

The LSE Public Policy Review is a refereed, interdisciplinary journal that concentrates on a wide range of themes in public policy. Each issue focuses on a current theme, aiming for a comprehensive and nuanced approach combined with academic rigour. Articles in each issue take different disciplinary perspectives, encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration and analysis at the forefront of current thinking. The journal is written for a general readership, in non-technical language accessible to a wide audience including government, business and policy-makers, as well as academics and students.


Latest issue: Volume 1, Issue 4 (2021)

Death and Destitution: The Global Distribution of Welfare Losses from the COVID-19 Pandemic

Francisco H. G. Ferreira
Olivier Sterck
Daniel G. Mahler
Benoît Decerf

Credit, Employment, and the COVID Crisis

Luis Felipe Céspedes
Roberto Chang
Andrés Velasco






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