Policy to Support Young People Exiting Child Welfare, Professor Adrian van Breda, Professor Varda Mann-Feder and Dr Benjamin Strahl

Is the ‘Paradox of Redistribution’ Still Valid? Dr Dmitri Gugushvili and Dr Tijs Laenen

BAME Students as the Motor of Change, Dr Hyun-Joo Lim

Equality: What’s in a Word? Professor Paula Devine, Dr Grace Kelly and Dr Martina McAuley


Welfare Cuts and Growing Charity Aim to Mould Citizens to Prevailing Political IdealsProfessor Cameron Parsall, Dr Andrew Clarke and Dr Francisco Perales

Those Were the Days: Welfare Nostalgia and the Populist Radical Right Sven Schreurs

Deserving of Social Support? Street-Level Bureaucrats’ Decisions on EU Migrants’ Benefit Claims in Germany Dr Nora Ratzmann


Keeping Faith in 2030? Religion, Populism and International Development Dr Jörg Horstein and Professor Emma Tomalin

Austerity is a Barrier to ‘Child-Centred’ Child Protection Practice Dr Ciarán Murphy

Who Sets the Agenda For Youth Work in Europe: Young People, Youth Workers or European Policy Makers? Dr Jon Ord, Marc Carletti, Dr Daniele Morciano, Dr Lasse Siurala, Christophe Dansac, Dr Sue Cooper, Dr Ian Fyfe, Dr Kaur Kötsi, Dr Eeva Sinsalo-Juha, Dr Marti Taru and Dr Manfred Zentner


Do Workers in Jobs Threatened by Automation Prefer More Demanding Welfare Policies?Dr Zhen Im

The Politics of Unequal Childcare Expansion: An Illustration of the German Case Dr Erik Neimanns

Welfare Professions as the Overlooked Actors of Welfare States Kathrine Carstensen, Dr Viola Burau, Professor Hanne Marlene Dahl and Andreas Nielsen Hald

Activating Sick-Listed Workers: The Role of Employers in Comparative Perspective Dr Thomas Leoni


How Important was the Economy to the Effectiveness of Welfare Reform? Dr Marilyn Edelhoch, Dr Cynthia Flynn and Dr Qiduan Liu

The Last Stand Against Populism? The Catholic Church in Italy and its Defence of Social Assistance and Migration Policies Professor Ugo Escoli, Dr Marco Arlotti and Professor Emmanuele Pavolini

Are Migrant Boys ‘Deserving’ of Housing? Discretionary Decisions in Times of Crisis Dr Katerina Glyniadaki


Crowding In or Crowding Out? Old-Age Allowance and Intergenerational Transfers Dr Chenhong Peng, Dr Julia Shu-Huah Wang, Yiwen Zhu and Yue Zeng

Next to Nothing: Female Immigrants and the Labour Market in Norway Dr Elisabeth Ugreninov and Professor Lena Magnusson Turner

The Taxation of Families: How Gendered Tax Policies Affect Income Inequality Dr Manuel Schechtl


Will Accepting Less Bring Success? Job Related Concessions and Welfare Recipients in Germany Dr Bernhard Christoph and Dr Torsten Lietzmann

Left Ideology and Support for Universal Basic Income Professor Hanna Schwander and Dr Tim Vlandas

First Step and Last Resort: One-Euro-Jobs After the Reform – and After the Pandemic? Dr Tamara Harrer and Dr Bastian Stockinger


The Impact of Brexit on Adult Social Care: Another Layer of Uncertainty? Silvia Miele

Responses to the Covid-19 Crisis in Europe: What We Can Learn From the 2008 Financial Crisis? Dr Johanna Hornung and Professor Nils Bandelow

Trapped into Reverse Asymmetry: Public Employment Services Dealing with EmployersDr Dario Raspanti and Dr Tatiana Sarius


Households at the Financial Fringe: Experiences of Declined Payday Loan Applicants Dr Lindsey Appleyard, Carl Packman, Dr Jordon Lazell and Dr Hussan Aslam

Cash Transfers in the Global South: A Social Justice Perspective Katarina Pitasse Fragoso

How Placement Advisors Use Enhanced Discretion in Public Employment ServicesProfessor Carolin Freier and Dr Monika Senghaas

Taking a Longer and Deeper View: Social Security Policy and In-Depth Research Over Time Professor Jane Millar


Changing Access to Disability Benefits in Australia Professor Alex Collie, Dr Luke Sheehan and Dr Tyler Jane

Understanding the ‘Tipped Minimum Wage’ in the US Restaurant Sector Jacqueline Ross and Dr John Welsh

Who Deserves What Type of Welfare-to-Work Policy? Dr Monika Senghaas


Restricting Social Security in Britain: The Household Benefit Cap Dr Chris Grover

Tackling Tax Policies That Reinforce Inequalities Professor Adrian Sinfield

Adult Social Care and Self-Funding: What Does a Fairer System Look Like? Silvia Miele

The Role of Work in Journeys Out of Homelessness Dr Jenny McNeill and Dr Graham Bowpitt


Strong Relationships With Employment Caseworkers Help People Get Jobs Professor Thomas Bredgaard

Engaging Employers in Recruiting People With Disabilities Dr Rik Van Berkel

Can Welfare Conditionality Be Balanced With Co-Creation? Professor Flemming Larsen and Professor Dorte Caswell