- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- Part One Continuities and change in UK social policy
- One Behaviour, choice, and British pension policy
- Two Coalition health policy: a game of two halves or the final whistle for the NHS?
- Three Citizenship, conduct and conditionality: sanction and support in the 21st-century UK welfare state
- Four Housing policy in the austerity age and beyond
- Part Two Contributions from the Social Policy Association Conference 2015
- Five ‘Progressive’ neo-liberal conservatism and the welfare state: incremental reform or long-term destruction?
- Six Exploring out-of-work benefit claimants’ attitudes towards welfare reform and conditionality
- Seven The Troubled Families Programme: in, for and against the state?
- Eight What counts as ‘counter-conduct’? A governmental analysis of resistance in the face of compulsory community care
- Part Three Individualised budgets in social policy
- Nine Social insurance for individualised disability support: implementing the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
- Ten Right time, right place? The experiences of rough sleepers and practitioners in the receipt and delivery of personalised budgets
- Eleven Personal health budgets: implementation and outcomes
- Twelve Personalised care funding in Norway: a case of gradual co-production
- Thirteen Individualised funding for older people and the ethic of care
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