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Brown, L. and Osborne, S. P., eds., 2013. Forthcoming. The Handbook of Innovation & Change in Public Service. Edward Elgar.
Blanden, J., Gregg, P. and Macmillan, L., 2013. Intergenerational persistence in income and social class : The impact of increased inequality. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A - Statistics in Society, 176 (2), pp. 541-563.
Brown, L., 2013. Forthcoming. A lasting legacy. The diffusion and scaling up of innovation in practice. British Journal of Social Work
Brown, L., 2013. Forthcoming. Living with uncertainty? The challenge to innovate in an 'evidence-based' context. Policy and Politics
Brown, L. and Osborne, S. P., 2013. Risk and innovation: towards a framework for risk governance in public services. Public Management Review, 15 (2), pp. 186-208.
Dixon, J., 2013. Mental health social work in the UK, a brief history. In: Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Trust Social Work Conference: The Past Present and Future of Social Work, 2013-03-19, Keynsham.
Gadd, M., Corr, M. L., Fox, C. and Butler, I., 2013. Forthcoming. This is abuse… or is it? Domestic abuse perpetrators’ responses to anti-domestic violence publicity. Crime Media Culture
Maroukis, T., 2013. Economic crisis and migrants' employment: a view from Greece in comparative perspective. Policy Studies, 34 (2), pp. 221-237.
Maroukis, T. and Gemi, E., 2013. Forthcoming. Albanian circular migration in Greece: beyond the state? In: Triandafyllidou, A., ed. Circular Migration between Europe and its Neighborhood: Choice or Necessity? Oxford University Press.
Maroukis, T. and Triandafyllidou, A., 2013. Irregular migrant domestic workers in Europe: Major socioeconomic challenges. In: Triandafyllidou, A., ed. Irregular Migrant Domestic Workers in Europe: Who Cares? Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 209-232. (Research in Migration and Ethnic Relations Series)
Papadopoulos, T. and Roumpakis, A., 2013. Forthcoming. The meta-regulation of European industrial relations: power shifts, institutional dynamics and the emergence of regulatory competition among member states. International Labour Review
Room, G., 2013. Forthcoming. Evidence for agile policy makers : The contribution of transformative realism. Evidence & Policy
Skinner, T., 2013. Women's perceptions of how their dyslexia impacts on their mothering. Disability and Society, 28 (1), pp. 81-95.
Skinner, T., 2013. Women’s perceptions of how their dyslexia impacts on their mothering. Disability and Society, 28 (1), pp. 81-95.
Blackbourn, J., Dexter, H., Dhanda, R. and Miller, D., 2012. Editor's Introduction: A decade on from 11 September 2001: what has critical terrorism studies learned? Critical Studies on Terrorism, 5 (1), pp. 1-10.
Carmel, E., 2012. Migration governance in the European Union: a theme and its variations. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 20 (1), pp. 31-39.
Dinan, W. and Miller, D., 2012. Sledgehammers, nuts and rotten apples: Reassessing the case for lobbying self-regulation in the United Kingdom. Interest Groups & Advocacy, 1 (1), pp. 105-114.
Durrant, H., 2012. Governing Skills, Governing Workplaces: State-steered Voluntarism in England under New Labour. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Gahan, P.G., Michelotti, M. and Standing, G., 2012. The diffusion of HR practices in Chinese workplaces and organizational outcomes. Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 65 (3), pp. 651-685.
Gregg, P., Hurrell, A. and Whittaker, M., 2012. Creditworthy : assessing the impact of tax credits in the last decade and considering what this means for Universal Credit. Other. Resolution Foundation.
Gregg, P. and Machin, S., 2012. What a drag: the chilling impact of unemployment on real wages. London, U. K.: Resolution Foundation.
Gregg, P., Macmillan, L. and Nasim, B., 2012. The impact of fathers' job loss during the recession of the 1980s on their children's educational attainment and labour market outcomes. Fiscal Studies, 33 (2), pp. 237-264.
Hester, M. and Macdonald, G., 2012. Domestic violence and the criminal justice system in England : perspectives of female victim/survivors and professionals. In: WoSafeJus – Why Doesn’t She Press Charges? .
Jawad, R., 2012. Forthcoming. A Secular Response to Social Solidarity? Social Capital, Religion and the Implications for Social Policy. In: O'Sullivan, M. and Flanagan, B., eds. Spiritual Capital: Spirituality in Practice in Christian Perspective. Farnham: Ashgate.
Jawad, R., 2012. Forthcoming. Beyond Revolutions and Social Welfare as Women’s Work: The Coming of Age of Social Policy in the Middle East? In: Ellison, M., ed. Defining and Reinventing Social Solidarity and Sustainability Across the Mediterranean. Bristol: Policy Press.
Jawad, R., 2012. Forthcoming. From Wellbeing to Ways of Being: Religion and Faith-Based Welfare in the UK. Bristol: Policy Press.
Jawad, R., 2012. Forthcoming. Reinstating Social Policy in the Arab World: Some New Analytical Perspectives on Religion and Social Citizenship. In: Parker, J., Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Azman, A., eds. Social Welfare Responses to the Consequences of Civil Unrest in the Muslim World. London: Routledge.
Jawad, R., 2012. Serving the public or delivering public services? Religion and social welfare in the new British social policy landscape. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 20 (1), pp. 55-68.
Jawad, R., 2012. Thinking about religious welfare and rethinking social policy in the British context. Social Policy and Society, 11 (4), pp. 613-624.
Lim, H.-J. and Skinner, T., 2012. Culture and motherhood : findings from a qualitative study of East Asian mothers living in Britain. Families, Relationships and Societies, 1 (3), pp. 327-343.
Lim, H.-J., 2012. The Intersection of Motherhood Identity with Culture and Class: a Qualitative Study of East Asian Mothers in England. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Miller, D. and Sabir, R., 2012. Counterterrorism as counterinsurgency in the UK "war on terror". In: Whyte, D. and Poynting, S., eds. Counter Terrorism and State Political Violence. London: Routledge.
Papadopoulos, T. and Roumpakis, A., 2012. The Greek welfare state in the age of austerity: anti-social policy and the politico-economic crisis. In: Kilkey, M., Ramia, G. and Farnsworth, K., eds. Social Policy Review 24: analysis and debate in social policy, 2012. Bristol, U. K.: Policy Press, pp. 205-230.
Paul, R., 2012. Labour Migration Management as Multidimensional Border-drawing: A Comparative Interpretive Policy Analysis in the EU. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Roberts, W., 2012. Learning Your Way Out? A Sociology of Working Class Educational Experience. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Smith, O. and Skinner, T., 2012. Observing court responses to victims of rape and sexual assault. Feminist Criminology, 7 (4), pp. 298-326.
Wilde, D., 2012. Explaining the Impact of Social Policy on Child Mortality: A Cross-country Statistical Analysis and a Case Study of Vietnam. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Carmel, E., Cerami, A. and Papadopoulos, T., eds., 2011. Migration and welfare in the new Europe: social protection and the challenges of integration. Bristol, U. K.: Policy Press.
Gregg, P. and Wadsworth, J., eds., 2011. The labour market in winter: the state of working Britain. Oxford, U. K.: Oxford University Press.
Baldwin, M., 2011. Resisting the EasyCare model: building a more radical, community-based, anti-authoritarian social work for the future. In: Lavalette, M., ed. Radical Social Work Today: Social Work at the Crossroads. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 187-204.
Britton, J., Gregg, P., Macmillan, L. and Mitchell, S., 2011. The Early Bird ... Preventing Young People from Becoming a NEET Statistic. Other. Bristol: Department of Economics and CMPO, University of Bristol.
Butler, I. and Drakeford, M., 2011. Social work on trial: the Colwell Inquiry and the state of welfare. Bristol, U. K.: Policy Press.
Carmel, E., 2011. EU migration governance: utility, security and integration. In: Carmel, E. K., Cerami, A. and Papadopoulos, T., eds. Migration and Welfare in the 'New' Europe: Social Protection and the Challenges of Integration. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 49-66.
Carmel, E. and Cerami, A., 2011. Governing migration and welfare: institutions and emotions in the production of differential inclusion. In: Carmel, E. K., Cerami, A. and Papadopoulos, T., eds. Migration and Welfare in the 'New' Europe: Social Protection and the Challenges of Integration. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 1-22.
Carmel, E. K., Cerami, A. and Papadopoulos, T., 2011. Conclusion : what future for migration? In: Carmel, E. K., Cerami, A. and Papadopoulos, T., eds. Migration and Welfare in the 'New' Europe. Bristol, U. K.: Policy Press, pp. 245-258.
Gregg, P., Grout, P. A., Ratcliffe, A., Smith, S. and Windmeijer, F., 2011. How important is pro-social behaviour in the delivery of public services? Journal of Public Economics, 95 (7-8), pp. 758-766.
Harkness, S., 2011. The future for low-income families and social cohesion. In: The future of families to 2030. Paris, France: OECD, pp. 57-117.
Harkness, S. and Evans, M., 2011. The employment effects of recession on couples in the UK: women's and household employment prospects and partners’ job loss. Journal of Social Policy, 40 (4), pp. 675-693.
Kuhlmann, E., 2011. Citizenship and healthcare in Germany: patchy activation and constrained choices. In: Newman, J. and Tonkens, E., eds. Responsibility, participation and choice: Summoning the active citizen in Western European welfare states. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 29-44.
Millar, J., 2011. Desperately seeking security: UK family policy, lone mothers and paid work. Family Matters, 87, pp. 27-36.
Osborne, S. P. and Brown, L., 2011. Innovation in public services: engaging with risk. Public Money & Management, 31 (1), pp. 4-6.
Osbourne, S. P. and Brown, L., 2011. Innovation, public policy and public services delivery in the UK. The word that would be king? Public Administration, 89 (4), pp. 1335-1350.
Papadopoulos, T., 2011. Immigration and the variety of migrant integration regimes in the European Union. In: Carmel, E., Cerami, A. and Papadopoulos, T., eds. Migration and welfare in the new Europe. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 23-48.
Papadopoulos, T. and Roumpakis, A., 2011. Nordic social risk management and the challenge of EU regulation: labour market parity at risk. In: Sorsa, V.-P., ed. Rethinking Social Risk in the Nordics. Brussels, Belgium: Foundation of European Progressive Studies, pp. 199-224.
Paul, R., 2011. Hegemonic discourse across divided economic imaginaries? Making sense of competing state projects in European labour migration policy. In: 6th Annual Interpretative Policy Analysis Conference, 2011-06-23 - 2011-06-25, Cardiff University.
Paul, R., 2011. Understanding borders in 'Managed Migration': Labour migration selectivity in European economies, labour markets and societies. In: 6th Annual Interpretative Policy Analysis Conference, 2011-06-23 - 2011-06-25, Cardiff University.
Paul, R., 2011. Yet another ‘tool for growth’? Labour migration policy and varieties of capitalism in France and Germany. In: Migration, Economic Change and Social Challenge Conference, 2011-04-06 - 2011-04-09, University College London.
Ridge, T., 2011. The everyday costs of poverty in childhood: a review of qualitative research exploring the lives and experiences of low-income children in the UK. Children & Society, 25 (1), pp. 73-84.
Ridge, T. and Millar, J., 2011. Following families: working lone-mother families and their children. Social Policy & Administration, 45 (1), pp. 85-97.
Room, G., 2011. Complexity, institutions and public policy: agile decision-making in a turbulent world. Cheltenham, U. K.: Edward Elgar.
Room, G., 2011. Social mobility and complexity theory: towards a critique of the sociological mainstream. Policy Studies, 32 (2), pp. 109-126.
Scofield, J., 2011. British churches, participation and community development. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Skinner, T., 2011. Dyslexia, mothering and work: intersecting identities, reframing, ‘drowning’ and resistance. Disability and Society, 26 (2), pp. 125-137.
Standing, G., 2011. Behavioural conditionality: why the nudges must be stopped an opinion piece. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 19 (1), pp. 27-38.
Standing, G., 2011. How cash transfers promote work and economic security. In: Sundaram, J. K. and Chowdhury, A., eds. Poor Poverty: The Impoverishment of Analysis, Measurement and Policies. London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 197-221.
Standing, G., 2011. Responding to the crisis: economic stabilisation grants. Policy and Politics, 39 (1), pp. 9-25.
Baldwin, M., 2010. Resisting the EasyCare model: radical, community-based, anti-authoritarian social work for today and all our tomorrows. In: Radical Social Work - legacy, relevance and prospects, 2010-02-01, Liverpool Hope University.
Bauld, L., Carroll, C., Hay, G., McKell, J., Novak, C., Silver, K. and Templeton, L., 2010. Alcohol misuser's experiences of employment and the benefit system. Other. London: Department for Work and Pensions.
Brown, L., 2010. Managing risk and innovation in a social work context. In: 'New Partnerships on the Horizon' Governing Uncertainty, Accountability and Public Participation, 2010-02-09, Université libre de Bruxelles.
Brown, L., 2010. Balancing risk and innovation to improve social work practice. British Journal of Social Work, 40 (4), pp. 1211-1228.
Butler, I. and Drakeford, M., 2010. Children and young people's policy in Wales. In: Ayre, P. and Preston-Shoot, M., eds. Children's Services at the Crossroads: A Critical Evaluation of Contemporary Policy for Practice. Lyme Regis: Russell House.
Carmel, E. and Paul, R., 2010. The struggle for coherence in EU migration governance (Il difficile percorso verso la coerenza nella governance Ue della migrazione). La Rivista delle Politiche Sociali : Italian Journal of Social Policy, 2010 (1), pp. 209-230.
Cheng, L. F., Kuhlmann, E. and Annandale, E., 2010. Gender mainstreaming at the crossroads of eastern-western healthcare. In: Kuhlmann, E. and Annandale, E., eds. Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Healthcare. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 421-436.
Clifford, J. L., 2010. Managing a murderous identity: How men who murder experience life imprisonment and the concept of release. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Evans, M. and Harkness, S., 2010. The impact of the tax and benefit system on second earners. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 18 (1), pp. 35-51.
Gough, I. and Therborn, G., 2010. Forthcoming. Global futures of the welfare state. In: Leibfried, S., Obinger, H., Pierson, C., Castles, F. G. and Lewis, J., eds. Oxford Handbook of Comparative Welfare States. Oxford University Press.
Grant, L., Silver, K., Bauld, L. and Warnakulasuriya, S., 2010. The experiences of young oral cancer patients in Scotland; Symptom recognition and delays in seeking professional help. British Dental Journal, 208 (10), pp. 465-471.
Harkness, S., 2010. The contribution of Women's Employment and Earnings to Household Income Inequality: A Cross-Country Analysis. Working Paper. Luxembourg: Luxembourg Income Survey Working Paper Series.
Jhabvala, R. and Standing, G., 2010. Targeting to the ‘poor’: clogged pipes and bureaucratic blinkers. Economic & Political Weekly, XLV (26-27), pp. 239-246.
Kuhlmann, E. and Annandale, E., 2010. Bringing gender to the heart of health policy, practice and research. In: Kuhlmann, E. and Annandale, E., eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Healthcare. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 1-18.
Kuhlmann, E. and Larsen, C., 2010. Diversity Management und Arbeitskräftemanagement: Innovationspotenziale für Qualität und Effizienz im Gesundheitssystem [Diversity management and workforce management: Towards sustainable innovations in healthcare]. In: Badura, B., Schröder, H., Klose, J. and Macco, K., eds. Fehlzeitenreport. Springer: Berlin, pp. 100-109.
Millar, J., 2010. Lone mothers, poverty and paid work in the UK. In: Chant, S., ed. The International Handbook Of Gender And Poverty: Concepts, Research and Policy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 147-152.
Millar, J., 2010. The United Kingdom: The feminization of poverty? In: Goldberg, G., ed. Poor Women in Rich Countries: The Feminization of Poverty Over the Life Course. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 121-150.
Morgan-Trimmer, S. A., 2010. Governing Through Networks: Participation Dynamics in New Deal for Communities. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Paul, R., 2010. Open borders, closed labour markets? Comparing labour migration management in European market economies. In: Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB), 2010-01-12, Berlin.
Room, G., 2010. The path to Lisbon - The European Anti-Poverty Programmes from the 1970s to the 1990s. Kurswechsel, 3/2010, pp. 9-18.
Sansa, G., 2010. The impact of institutional reforms on poverty and inequality in Tanzania. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Standing, G., 2010. Respondendo à crise da transformação global: porque uma renda básica é necessária [Responding to the Global Transformation crisis: Why a basic income is necessary]. In: Coelho, M. F. P., de Souza Tapajós, L. M. and Rodrigues, M., eds. Políticas Sociais para o desenvolvimento: Superar a probreza e promover a inclusão. Brasília: Ministério do Desenvolvimento Social e Combate à Fome, UNESCO, pp. 51-71.
Millar, J., ed., 2009. Understanding Social Security: Issues for policy and practice. 2nd edition. Bristol: Policy Press.
Baldwin, M., 2009. Authoritarianism and the attack on social work: opportunities for mutual aid, collective resistance and the promotion of a more engaged and radical practice. In: Ferguson, I. and Lavalette, M., eds. Social Work after Baby P: issues, debates and alternative perspectives. Liverpool: Liverpool Hope.
Baldwin, M., 2009. Service user involvement in educating social work students. In: Welsh Organisation of Practice Teachers Annual Conference, 2009-11-04.
Bauld, L., 2009. Smoking During Pregnancy and Smoking Cessation Services. Journal of Smoking Cessation, 4 (Suppl), pp. 2-5.
Bauld, L., Chesterman, J., Ferguson, J. and Judge, K., 2009. A comparison of the effectiveness of group-based and pharmacy-led smoking cessation treatment in Glasgow. Addiction, 104 (2), pp. 308-316.
Bennett, F. and Millar, J., 2009. Social security reforms and challenges. In: Millar, J., ed. Understanding Social Security: Issues for Policy and Practice. 2nd edition. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 11-30.
Brown, L., 2009. The challenges found in implementing and evaluating innovation in the public sector. In: SPA Conference - Policy Futures: Learning from the Past, 2009-06-29 - 2009-07-01, Edinburgh.
Brown, L., 2009. Using Innovation to improve practice: the challenges facing policymakers, practitioners and researchers. In: Informing Public Policy: New Agendas for Social Research. NatCen Conference, 2009-04-23 - 2009-04-24, London.
Butler, I., 2009. A Code of Ethics for social work and social care research. In: Gray, M. and Webb, S., eds. International Social Work. Thousand Oaks, CA.: Sage Publications.
Carmel, E. and Papadopoulos, T., 2009. Governing social security: From protection to markets. In: Millar, J., ed. Understanding Social Security: Issues for policy and practice. Bristol: The Policy Press. (Understanding Welfare: Social Issues, Policy and Practice series)
Carmel, E. and Paul, R., 2009. From stratification to bricolage: Politics, markets and migrant rights in the EU. In: ECPR General Conference, 2009-09-10 - 2009-09-12, Potsdam.
Carmel, E. and Paul, R., 2009. The struggle for coherence in EU migration policy. In: ESPAnet Annual Conference, 2009-09-17 - 2009-09-19, Urbino.
Coleman, T., McEwen, A., Bauld, L., Ferguson, J., Lorgelly, P. and Lewis, S., 2009. Protocol for the Proactive Or Reactive Telephone Smoking CeSsation Support (PORTSSS) trial. Trials, 10, 26.
Evans, M. and Harkness, S., 2009. A review of the impact of the current UK tax and benefit system upon secondary household earners. Working Paper. Manchester: Equalities and Human Rights Commission, UK.
Evans, M. and Harkness, S., 2009. The Effect of Recession in the UK on Family Employment. In: Association for Public Policy and Administration, 2009-11-05 - 2009-11-07, Washington DC.
Fox, C. L. and Butler, I., 2009. Evaluating the effectiveness of a school-based counselling service in the UK. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 37 (2), pp. 95-106.
Gough, I., 2009. Forthcoming. Lists and thresholds: Comparing our theory of human need with Nussbaum's capabilities approach. In: Comim, F. and Nussbaum, M., eds. Capabilities, Gender, Equality: Toward fundamental entitlement. Cambridge University Press.
Gould, N. and Butler, I., 2009. Reefer madness: seeking the links between evidence, policy and practice. Journal of Children's Services, 4 (4), pp. 2-5.
Gould, N. and O'Leary, P. J., 2009. Men who were sexually abused in childhood and subsequent suicidal ideation: community comparison, explanations and practice implications. British Journal of Social Work, 39 (5), pp. 950-968.
Hamblin, K. A., 2009. Recommodification, policy convergence and individual choice: an exploration of active ageing policies in EU15 (1995-2005). Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Haux, T., 2009. Lone parents and welfare-to-work reform: A policy appraisal. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Kuhlmann, E., 2009. From women's health to gender mainstreaming and back again linking feminist agendas and new governance in healthcare. Current Sociology, 57 (2), pp. 135-154.
Kuhlmann, E., Allsop, J. and Saks, M., 2009. Professional Governance and Public Control: A Comparison of Healthcare in the United Kingdom and Germany. Current Sociology, 57 (4), pp. 511-528.
Kuhlmann, E. and Burau, V., 2009. Guest Editorial. Managerial regimes meet the 'healthcare state': Introduction and outlook. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 23 (3), pp. 275-288.
Kuhlmann, E. and Larsen, C., 2009. Gesundheitsreformen und Beschäftigungssituation: Erklärungspotenziale gendersensibler quantitativer Daten’ [Health reform and labour markets: Chances and limitations of gender sensitive quantitative data]. In: Aulenbacher, B. and Riegraf, B., eds. Erkenntnis und Methode: Geschlechterforschung in Zeiten des Umbruchs,. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, pp. 217-234.
Larsen, C. and Kuhlmann, E., 2009. Gesundheitspolitik und Arbeitskräftemanagement: internationale Debatten und Beschäftigungstrends im deutschen Gesundheitssektor [Health policy and workforce management: International debates and employment trends in Germany's healthcare sector]. Zeitschrift für Sozialreform, 55 (4), pp. 369-387.
Maglajlic, R. and Baldwin, M., 2009. From reflection into action within community social work: the role of action research as method for social work education and practice. In: Leskosek, V., ed. Theories and methods of social work: exploring different persepctives. Ljubljana, Croatia: University of Ljublijana,, pp. 61-80.
May, S., McEwen, A., Arnoldi, H., Bauld, L., Ferguson, J. and Stead, M., 2009. How to Measure Client Satisfaction With Stop Smoking Services: A Pilot Project in the UK National Health Service. Journal of Smoking Cessation, 4 (1), pp. 52-58.
Millar, J., 2009. Introduction: the role of social security in society. In: Millar, J., ed. Understanding Social Security: Issues for Policy and Practice. 2nd edition. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 1-10.
Millar, J. and Ridge, T., 2009. Relationships of care: working lone mothers, their children and employment sustainability. Journal of Social Policy, 38 (1), pp. 103-121.
Murray, R. L., Bauld, L., Hackshaw, L. and McNeill, A., 2009. Improving access to smoking cessation services for disadvantaged groups: a systematic review. Journal of Public Health, 31 (2), pp. 258-277.
Paul, R., 2009. The governance of belonging: Patterns of governing labour migration in European welfare states and labour markets. In: RECWOWE / ESPAnet summer school 2009 "Social Inclusion and Exclusion in a Changing Europe", 2009-07-02 - 2009-07-11, Bremen University.
Paul, R., 2009. The vision of control: self-limited sovereignty and the paradoxes of Italian labour migration policy. In: CRONEM-AHRC Conference "Diasporas, Migration and Identities: Crossing boundaries, new directions", 2009-06-11 - 2009-06-12, University of Surrey/Guildford.
Paul, R., 2009. Tug-of-war across Levels and Layers: Governance of Labour Migration in the EU. In: European Governance Research Group Regional Southwestern Workshop, 2009-05-08, University of Bristol.
Ridge, T., 2009. Benefiting children? The challenge of childhood poverty. In: Millar, J., ed. Understanding Social Security: Issues for Policy and Practice. 2nd edition. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 151-169.
Ridge, T., 2009. Living with poverty: a review of the literature on children’s and families’ experiences of poverty. Other. Leeds, U. K.: Department for Work and Pensions.
Ridge, T., 2009. ‘It didn't always work’: low-income children's experiences of changes in mothers’ working patterns in the UK. Social Policy and Society, 8 (04), pp. 503-513.
Ridge, T. and Millar, J., 2009. Madri single che lavorano: uno studio longitudinale. Sociologie e politiche sociali, 12 (3), pp. 123-138.
Riegraf, B., Kuhlmann, E. and Theobald, H., 2009. Editorial: Public Sektor Governance in internationaler Perspektive [Governing the public sector: international perspectives]. Zeitschrift für Sozialreform Special Issue, 55 (4), pp. 321-326.
Room, G., 2009. European poverty and policy: from the Paris summit to the crisis of the present. In: Colloquium 'Policy and Action on Poverty: Lessons from the Past. Challenges for the Future', 2009-09-15, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
Room, G., 2009. Social mobility as a process of self-organised criticality. In: UK Social Policy Association Conference, 2009-06-30, University of Edinburgh.
Silver, K., Bauld, L., Warnakulasuriya, S. and Day, R., 2009. The Experiences of Younger Oral Cancer Patients in Scotland: From Self-diagnosis to Treatment. Other. Bath: Centre for the Analysis of Social Policy.
Skinner, T. and Taylor, H., 2009. "Being shut out in the dark": young survivors' experiences of reporting a sexual offence. Feminist Criminology, 4 (2), pp. 130-150.
Standing, G., 2009. Work after Globalization: Building Occupational Citizenship. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Standing, G., 2009. Global employment: Two reports in search of the problem. Development and Change, 40 (6), pp. 1319-1337.
Standing, G., 2009. Il precariato: il reddito di base in una politica del paradiso. In: Reddito per tutti: Un'utopia concreta per l'era globale. Roma: Manifestolibri, pp. 72-85. (Basic Income Network Italia)
Steyaert, J. and Gould, N., 2009. Social Work and the Changing Face of the Digital Divide. British Journal of Social Work, 39 (4), pp. 740-753.
Teater, B. and Baldwin, M., 2009. Exploring the learning experiences of students involved in community profiling projects. Social Work Education: The International Journal, 28 (7), pp. 778-791.
Kuhlmann, E. and Saks, M., eds., 2008. Rethinking professional governance: International directions in healthcare. Bristol: Policy Press.
Ridge, T. and Wright, S., eds., 2008. Understanding Inequality, Poverty and Wealth: Policies and Prospects. Bristol: Policy Press. (Understanding Social Policy)
Bauld, L., 2008. Reaching smokers: how can we encourage more people to use effective treatment? Addiction, 103 (6), pp. 1007-1008.
Bauld, L., Briggs, A., Boyd, K., Chesterman, J., Ferguson, J., Judge, K. and Wilson, M., 2008. Comparing models of smoking treatment in Glasgow: interim report. Other. Glasgow: Glasgow Centre for Population Health.
Bauld, L., Briggs, A., Chesterman, J., Ferguson, J., Judge, K. and , A. S., 2008. Evaluation of the impact of the ASH Scotland Tobacco and Inequalities initiative small grants funded projects. Other. ASH Scotland.
Bauld, L., Day, P. and Judge, K., 2008. Off target: a critical review of setting goals for reducing health inequalities in the United Kingdom. International Journal of Health Services, 38 (3), pp. 439-454.
Bourgeault, I. L., Kuhlmann, E., Neiterman, E. and Wrede, S., 2008. How to effectively implement optimal skill-mix and why. Health Evidence Network - WHO Europe: Policy Brief Series http://www.euro.who.int/document/hsm/8_hsc08_ePB_11.pdf.
Butler, I. and Drakeford, M., 2008. Booing or cheering? Ambiguity in the construction of victimhood in the case of Maria Colwell. Crime Media Culture, 4 (3), pp. 367-385.
Carmel, E. and Harlock, J., 2008. Instituting the 'third sector' as a governable terrain: partnership, procurement and performance in the UK. Policy & Politics, 36 (2), pp. 155-172.
Choi, Y. J., 2008. Business influences in pension development in Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. Journal of Social Policy and Labour Studies (Japan), 19.
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