Active Labour Market Policies Are Not a Panacea Dr Luc Benda, Professor Ferry Koster and Professor Romke van der Veen

Children and Social Policy in Europe: What Progress?  Professor Mary Daly

Designing Inclusive Parental Leave Policies to Better Support All Families Elizabeth Wong, Aleta Sprague and Dr Jody Heyman


Forerunners and Laggards in Swedish Parental Leave Uptake in Sweden Dr Li Ma, Professor Gunnar Andersson, Professor Ann-Zofie Duvander and Professor Marie Evertsson

A Lens on Life Inside an Immigration Removal Centre Dr Maria De Angelis

Contracting Employment Services by Results: Performance Targets, Differential Payments and Category Games Dr Siobhan O’Sullivan, Dr Michael McGann and Professor Mark Considine


Why Historical Perspectives Matter for Understanding Social Policy Dr Patrick Brown, Dr Rubén Flores and Professor Andy Alaszewski

Vulnerable Unemployment and the ‘Ingredients of Success’ Dr Sophie Danneris and Dr Dorte Caswell

Insight into Publishing with Social Policy and Society Elif Naz Kayran

How Contractual Changes to Employment Services Affect Engagement with Single Mothers Dr Michelle Brady


Unequal Social Protection in the United States: How Do Unemployment Insurance Programmes Vary Across States? Dr Yu-Ling Chang

The Cards You’re Dealt: Adverse Childhood Experiences, Resilience and Youth Policy in Scotland Dr Emma Davidson and Dr Eric Carlin

Adverse Childhood Experiences Are Not the Answer for Policy Professor Rosalind Edwards, Professor Sue White, Professor Val Gillies and Professor David Wastell


Adverse Childhood Experiences in Aotearoa New Zealand: An Implicitly Racist Tool? Eileen Joy and Professor Liz Beddoe

Basic Income in Finland: How Did a Radical Idea Become Mainstream? Johanna Perkiö

Explaining Other People’s Stances on Inequality Dr Anthony Kevins, Dr Alexander Horn, Professor Carsten Jensen and Professor Kees Van Kersbergen


The Politics is in the Detail: How Policy-Makers in Europe Make Use of Employment Subsidies Dr Axel Cronert

How Much Welfare Conditionality is Too Much? Dr Katherine Curchin

Do People Want Their Welfare States to Converge? Professor Peter Taylor-Gooby, Dr Jan Ocko-Heuer, Dr Heejung Chung, Dr Benjamin Leruth, Professor Steffan Mau and Dr Katharina Zimmerman.


Transforming Employment Support for Individuals With Health Conditions and Disabilities: Mainstreaming Learning From Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Dr Adam Whitworth

Parliamentary Committee Witnesses: Why It Matters Who Parliament Hears From Professor Hugh Bochel and Anouk Berthier

Why Has Household Food Insecurity Increased in Canada? Zsofia Mendly-Zambo and Professor Dennis Raphael


Neoliberalism as the “Docking Station” of Swedish Welfare Discourse: Merging Ideological Frames in Swedish Higher Education Dr Johan Nordensvärd and Dr Markus Ketola

Globalisation and the Welfare State: Is More Education What People Really Want? Dr Julian Garritzmann

Why Countries “Get Tough on the Workshy” Dr Carlo Knotz


Does the EU Skew Democratic Debate About Capitalism? Dr Julia Lux

Shared Parental Leave: Take-Up Barriers and Inequality Risks Dr Katherine Twamley and Professor Pia Schober