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July

Are Benefit Reductions an Effective Activation Strategy? Dr M. Azahar Hussain, Professor Morton Ernjæs and Dr Jørgen Elm Larsen

Social Constructions of Children and Youth: Beyond Dependents and Deviants Professor Mary Collins and Dr Michelle Mead

June

Living With Long-Term Lockdown Dr Alison Jarvis

Who Benefits Politically From Short-Time Work Policy? Evidence From Germany Dr Flavia Fossati and Dr Philipp Trein

The Global Spread of Death Cafés Dr Naomi Richards, Dr Gitte Koksvig, Dr Sheri Gerson and Professor David Clark

Does the Pause in Face-to-Face Benefit Assessments During Covid-19 Provide an Opportunity for Reflection? Dr Katie Pybus, Professor Kate Pickett, Professor Charlie Lloyd, Dr Stephanie Brady and Professor Richard Wilkinson

May

Young People’s Wellbeing and the Achievement Gap in the Age of Covid-19 Dr Dimitra Hartas

Is Scotland More Progressive than the UK? A Look at Carer’s Allowance Professor Sara Cantillon and Dr Eleanor Kirk

Activating the Unemployed in a Coronavirus Recession Dr René Lehwess-Litzmann

Understanding Social Policy Divergence in East Asia Dr Nan Yang and Dr Stefan Kühner

Rethinking Tax Systems for a Post-Covid Social Contract Professor Andrew Baker and Professor Richard Murphy

April

What Social Citizenship Tells Us About the Right to the City Dr Abigail Friendly

Why Do We Save Into Workplace Pension Schemes and What Influences How Much We Contribute? Dr Lynne Robertson-Rose

Mysteries of Valuation: Subordinationof Market Price to Social Justice During Expropriation of Land in India Dr Sattwick Dey Biswas

March

Self-Reflexivity as a Form of Client Participation: A Restricted Form of Client Empowerment? Dr Merete Monrad

Locked-In or Locked-Out? Can a Public Services Market Really Change? Professor Mark Considine, Dr Siobhan O’Sullivan, Dr Michael McGann and Dr Phuc Nguyen

Official Poverty Statistics are Systematically Underestimating the Cost of Children Relative to Adults Professor Donald Hirsch

February

The Scope of Possibilities for User Influence in Norwegian Municipal Care Services Professor Jan Andersen

Is Universal Basic Income the Answer to Authoritarianism? Professor Bill Jordan

Understanding the Persistence and Duration of Benefit Receipt Dr Katrin Hohmeyer and Dr Torsten Lietzmann

January

If I (Take) Leave, Will You Stay? Paternity Leave and Relationship Stability Professor Richard Petts, Professor Daniel Carlson and Professor Chris Knoester

The Shame of Progress: Devaluing People Experiencing Poverty in China Dr Lichao Yang and Professor Robert Walker

How Much Does Private Schooling Raise Your Pay, and Does it Make You Give More to the Community? Professor Francis Green, Dr Jake Anders, Dr Morag Henderson and Dr Golo Henseke

Identifying Pathways to Significant Pension Reform Dr Leandro Carrera and Dr Marina Angelaki