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The Effects of English Secondary School System Reforms (2002-2014) on Pupil Sorting and Social Segregation: A Greater Manchester Case StudyRuth Lupton, Stephanie Thomson, August 2017
Paper No' SPCCWP24: Full paper | Summary
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Tags: school; social; segregation; academies; fsm; manchester; reforms
Changing Rules and Spending Cuts: Helping tenants help themselves and their landlords. Report from two Tenant Think TanksAlice Belotti, July 2016
Paper No' CASEreport 108: Full paper
Tags: tenants; housing; social landlords; welfare reform
Is Welfare Reform Working? Impacts on working age tenantsEileen Herden, Anne Power, Bert Provan, March 2015
Paper No' CASEreport 090: Read Abstract | Full paper | Summary | Extended Paper | Overview
Tags: social housing; tenants; welfare; reform; employment; housing association; hailo
The Impact of Policy Change on Job Retention and AdvancementRichard Dickens, Abigail McKnight, October 2008
Paper No' CASE/134: Read Abstract | Full paper
Tags: employment and income; employment and the labour market; tax, benefits and pensions; welfare benefits and policy; poverty, exclusion and equalities; poverty and social exclusion; labour market; welfare reform; job retention
Welfare Reform in the United States: Implications for British Social Policy (with commentaries by Kitty Stewart, David Piachaud and Howard Glennerster)James Midgley, April 2008
Paper No' CASE/131: Read Abstract | Full paper
The findings of a number of outcome studies assessing the impact and effectiveness of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) are reviewed and commentaries consider how far American experience should be a guide to welfare policy in Britain.
Tags: tax, benefits and pensions; welfare benefits and policy; poverty, exclusion and equalities; poverty and social exclusion; methodology, concepts and measures; measurement, concepts and measures; welfare reform; comparative public policy; united states; uk
Expenditure Patterns Post-Welfare Reform in the UK: Are low-income families starting to catch up?Paul Gregg, Jane Waldfogel, Elizabeth Washbrook, May 2005
Paper No' CASE 099: Read Abstract | Full paper
This paper finds post 1998 UK welfare reforms children in low-income families were catching up in terms of their families’ spending in the overall areas of housing and utilities, food, clothing, leisure goods and services, and motoring and travel. The evidence also suggests reduced spending on alcohol and tobacco.
Tags: tax, benefits and pensions; welfare benefits and policy; children, families and education; children and child poverty; poverty, exclusion and equalities; poverty and social exclusion; child poverty; family expenditures; welfare reform; difference-in-difference
The Evolution of Disability Benefits in the UK: Re-weighting the basketTania Burchardt, June 1999
Paper No' CASE 026: Read Abstract | Full paper
Tags: tax, benefits and pensions; welfare benefits and policy; poverty, exclusion and equalities; poverty and social exclusion; disability; disability benefits; welfare reform
Thatcherism, New Labour and the Welfare State (chapter in 'New Labour: A turning point in British Politics', H Kastgendiek and R Stimshoff (eds), Philo, 1999)John Hills, August 1998
Paper No' CASE 013: Read Abstract | Full paper
Tags: tax, benefits and pensions; taxation and economic policy; welfare benefits and policy; poverty, exclusion and equalities; poverty and social exclusion; welfare state; welfare reform; thatcherism
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