- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- Part One Symposium on the Coalition government
- One Conservative social policy: from conviction to coalition
- Two Something old and blue, or red, bold and new? Welfare reform and the Coalition government
- Three The Conservative Party and the ‘Big Society’
- Four The age of responsibility: social policy and citizenship in the early 21st century1
- Five Debating the ‘death tax’: the politics of inheritance tax in the UK
- Six The debate about public service occupational pension reform
- Seven Welfare to work after the recession: from the New Deals to the Work Programme
- Eight Lone parents and the Conservatives: anything new?
- Nine A treble blow? Child poverty in 2010 and beyond
- Ten The English NHS as a market: challenges for the Coalition government
- Part Two Education in international context
- Eleven Citizenship education in international perspective: lessons from the UK and overseas
- Twelve “You’re only going to get it if you really shout for it”: education dispute resolution in the 21st century in England
- Thirteen A sin of omission: New Zealand’s export education industry and foreign policy
- Fourteen Student security in the global education market
- Fifteen Exporting policy: the growth of multinational education policy businesses and new policy ‘assemblages’
- Social Policy Review 23
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