- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- Part One Contemporary debates and developments in the Uk
- One Introducing Universal Credit
- Two Reconciling fuel poverty and climate change policy under the Coalition government: Green Deal or no deal?
- Three Doctors in the driving seat? Reforms in NHS primary care and commissioning
- Four Financing later life: pensions, care, housing equity and the new politics of old age
- Part Two Contributions from the Social Policy Association/East Asian Social Policy Research Network Conference of 2012
- Five It's time to move on from ‘race’? The official ‘invisibilisation’ of minority ethnic disadvantage
- Six Corporations as political actors: new perspectives for health policy research
- Seven Square pegs and round holes: extending existing typologies fails to capture the complexities of Chinese social policy
- Eight The Earned Income Tax Credit as an anti-poverty programme: palliative or cure?
- Nine Social policy and culture: the cases of Japan and South Korea
- Ten Load-shedding and reloading: changes in government responsibility – the case of Israeli immigration and integration policy 2004–10
- Part Three Themed section: work, employment and insecurity
- Eleven ‘What unemployment means’ three decades and two recessions later
- Twelve Precarious employment and EU employment regulation
- Thirteen How do activation policies affect social citizenship? The issue of autonomy
- Fourteen Modernising social security for lone parents: avoiding fertility and unemployment traps when reforming social policy in Northern Europe
- Fifteen Women, families and the ‘Great Recession’ in the UK
Analysis and debate in social policy, 2013
- Social Policy Review 25
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