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Book/s

Barnes, M., Heady, C., Middleton, S., Millar, J., Papadopoulos, F., Room, G. and Tsakloglou, P., 2002. Poverty and Social Exclusion in Europe. Edward Elgar.

Articles

Millar, J., 2015. The changing shape of poverty. Exchange: Bevan Foundation

Millar, J. and Ridge, T. M., 2013. Lone mothers and paid work:The ‘family-work project’. International Review of Sociology, 23 (3), pp. 564-577.

Ridge, T. and Millar, J., 2011. Following families: working lone-mother families and their children. Social Policy and Administration, 45 (1), pp. 85-97.

Stupariu, J., Blagbrough, I., Millar, J. I., Rogers, P. and Sutton, J. W., 2011. Research in pharmacy and the role of the undergraduate programme:Course Directors’ perspectives. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 19 (Suppl 2), pp. 10-11.

Millar, J., 2011. Tax credits: a close-up view. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 19 (1), pp. 39-50.

Ridge, T. and Millar, J., 2009. Madri single che lavorano:Uno studio longitudinale. Sociologie e politiche sociali, 12 (3), pp. 123-138.

Knijn, T., Martin, C. and Millar, J., 2007. Activation as a framework for social policies towards lone parents: is there a continential specificity? Social Policy and Administration, 41 (6), pp. 638-652.

Corden, A. and Millar, J., 2007. Qualitative longitudinal research for social policy - Introduction to themed section. Social Policy and Society, 6 (4), pp. 529-532.

Gardiner, K. and Millar, J., 2006. How low-paid employees avoid poverty: An analysis by family type and household structure. Journal of Social Policy, 35 (3), pp. 351-369.

Evans, M. and Millar, J., 2006. Welfare to work in the United Kingdom. Journal of Policy Practice, 5 (2/3), pp. 61-76.

Millar, J., 2005. Making Work Pay? Benefits, 13, pp. 28-33.

Millar, J., 2003. Gender, poverty and social exclusion. Social Policy and Society, 2 (3), pp. 181-188.

Millar, J. I., 2000. Genere, povert e esclusione sociale, in F Bimbi, E. Ruspini (eds). Povert delle donne e transformazione dei rapporti di genere, 128, 9 - 11.

Millar, J. I., 2000. Lone Parents and the New Deal. Policy Studies, 21 (4), 333 - 345.

Millar, J. I., Webb, S. and Kemp, M., 1996. The changing face of low pay in Britain. Policy Studies, 17 (4), 255 - 271.

Millar, J. I. and Klein, R., 1995. Do-It-Yourself Social Policy:Searching for a new paradigm? Social Policy and Administration, 29 (4), pp. 303-316.

Millar, J. I. and Burgoyne, C., 1994. Enforcing Child Support Obligations:The attitudes of separated fathers. Policy and Politics, 22 (2), 95 - 104.

Millar, J. I. and Bradshaw, J., 1994. Lone mothers:Family, employment and benefit changes. Benefits, 9, 16 - 18.

Millar, J. I. and Whiteford, P., 1993. Child support in lone-parent families:Policies in Australia and the UK. Policy and Politics, 21 (1), pp. 59-72.

Bradshaw, J. and Millar, J., 1990. Lone-parent families in the UK:challenges for social security policy. International Social Security Review, 43 (4), pp. 446-459.

Millar, J. I. and Glendinning, C., 1989. Gender and Poverty. Journal of Social Policy, 18 (3), 363 - 383.

Millar, J., 1989. Social security, women and equality in the UK. Policy & Politics, 17 (4), pp. 311-319.

Millar, J. I., Cooke, K. and McLaughlin, E., 1989. The employment lottery:Risk and social security benefits. Policy and Politics, 17 (1), 75- 82.

Millar, J. I., 1988. Barriers to equal treatment and equal outcome:Means-testing and unemployment. International Social Security Association, Studies and Research, 27.

Snell, K. D. M. and Millar, J., 1987. Lone-parent families and the Welfare State: past and present. Continuity and Change, 2 (03), pp. 387-422.

Millar, J. I. and Bradshaw, J., 1987. The Living Standards of Lone-Parent Families. The Quarterly Journal of Social Affairs, 3 (2), 233 - 252.

Millar, J., 1983. Family life on the dole. New Society, 64 (1064), pp. 16-17.

Millar, J. I., Moylan, S. and Davies, R., 1982. Unemployment - The Year After. Employment Gazette, 90.

Reports/Papers

Lyon, N., Barnes, M. and Millar, J., 2008. Employment transitions and the changes in economic circumstances of families with children: Evidence from the Families and Children Study (FACS). Other. Department for Work and Pensions: Corporate Document Services. (Research Report No 506)

Ridge, T. and Millar, J., 2008. Work and well-being over time: lone mothers and their children. Other. Department for Work and Pensions. (Department for Work and Pensions Research Report; No 536)

Gardiner, K. and Millar, J., 2006. Avoiding poverty over time: low-paid workers, households and welfare. Working Paper. Bath: University of Bath.

Millar, J., Ridge, T. and Bennett, F., 2006. Part-time work and social security: increasing the options. Other. Department for Work and Pensions. (Research Report No 351)

Hirsch, D. and Millar, J., 2004. Labour's welfare reform: Progress to date. Other. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Millar, J. and Gardiner, K., 2004. Low Pay, Household Resources and Poverty. Discussion Paper. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Millar, J. and Evans, M., 2003. Lone parents and employment: international comparisons of what works. Other. Department for Work and Pensions.

Evans, M., Eyre, J., Sarre, S. and Millar, J., 2003. New Deal for Lone Parents: second synthesis report of the national evaluation. Other. Department for Work and Pensions. (Research Report No 163)

Whiteford, P., Mendelson, M. and Millar, J., 2003. Timing it right? Tax Credits and responding to income changes. Discussion Paper. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Millar, J. and Warman, A., 1996. Family Obligations in Europe. Other. Family Policy Studies Centre.

Conference or Workshop Items

Millar, J., 2016. People remember stories:research, evidence and policy. In: Social Research Association Annual Conference, 2015-12-14 - 2015-12-14, London.

Millar, J. I., 2012. Families and Family Policy. UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 443-449.

Millar, J. and Haux, T., 2012. Family policy. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 166-172.

Millar, J., 2010. Lone mothers, poverty and paid work in the UK. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 147-152.

Millar, J., 2010. The United Kingdom: The feminization of poverty? Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 121-150.

Millar, J., 2009. Tax credits. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 233-254.

Bennett, F. and Millar, J., 2009. Social security reforms and challenges. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 11-30.

Millar, J., 2008. Social policy and family policy. London, U. K.: SPA/Blackwell, pp. 166-173.

Millar, J., 2008. Work is good for you: lone mothers, children, work and well-being. In: Third Annual KELA lecture, 2008-01-01, Helsinki.

Millar, J., 2006. Families and work: new family policy for the UK. Milan, Italy: Franco Angelli, pp. 183-198.

Evans, M. and Millar, J., 2006. Welfare to work in the United Kingdom. Taylor & Francis, pp. 61-76.

Millar, J., 2005. Lone Mothers as Workers: Restructuring Welfare States? Melbourne, Australia: Melbourne Publishing Group.

Millar, J., 2005. Work as welfare: Lone Mothers, Social Security and Employment. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, pp. 23-42. (International studies on social security)

Middleton, S., Barnes, M. and Millar, J., 2003. Introduction: The dynamic analysis of poverty and social exclusion. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 1-15.

Millar, J., 2003. Meeting the 70 per cent target : policy gaps and options. London: National Council for One Parent Families, pp. 22-26.

Millar, J., 2003. Social policy and family policy. London, U. K.: SPA/UCL, pp. 153-159.

Millar, J., 2003. Social security: means and ends. Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 1-11.

Millar, J., 2003. The art of persuasion? The British new deal for lone parents. Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 115-142.

Millar, J., 2002. Diminishing Welfare: The case of the UK. New York: Praeger, pp. 149-180.

Millar, J., 2002. Lone Parenthood. London: Edward Elgar, pp. 79-100.

Millar, J., 2001. Benefits for children: the United Kingdom. Canada: The Caledon Institute, pp. 187-256.

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