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June

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

May

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 Employers Dr Dario Raspanti and Dr Tatiana Sarius

April

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 Services Professor Carolin Freier and Dr Monika Senghaas

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

March

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

February

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

January

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