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14th February 2002

From Security to Risk: Pension privatisation and gender inequality, by Jay Ginn

(London: Catalyst, December 2001) (Catalyst is at P.O. Box 27477, London SW9 8WT, telephone 020 7733 2111, email, website The introduction to this paper reveals just how small Read More

14th November 2001

Getting Attached: New Routes to Full Employment, by Max Nathan

(Fabian Society, 2001), 36+iv pp, £6.95. (A revised version appears in Working Brief, issue 128, October 2001, published by the Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion.) Order this book Responding Read More

14th November 2001

Recruiting and Employing Offenders, by Del Roy Fletcher, Alan Taylor, Stephen Hughes and Jonathan Breeze

(Joseph Rowntree Foundation, 2001), 59+v pp, £13.95, ISBN 1 84263 036 9.Order this book This report is based on a close study of recruitment practice in 26 companies of varying Read More

14th November 2001

New Labour – The Progressive Future, by Stuart White

(Palgrave, 2001), ISBN 0-333-91565-8 Order this book If sense is to be made of the distinction between parties that seek to maintain the political status quo and those that move Read More

14th November 2001

Basic Income On The Agenda, by Robert van der Veen and Loek Groot (ed.)

Amsterdam University Press Order this book (This review, by Samuel Brittan, was first published under the title In Praise of Free Lunches in the Times Literary Supplement of the 24th Read More

14th July 2001

Logics of urban polarization: the view from below’ in Rosemary Crompton & al., Renewing Class Analysis, by Loïc Wacquant

Oxford: Blackwell, 2000, pp. 107-119. ( Order this book In this paper on marginality and inequalities in Western cities, the renowned Berkeley-based French sociologist Loïc Wacquant briefly reasserts his commitment Read More

14th July 2001

Basic Income and the Two Dilemmas of the Welfare State’, in The Welfare State. A Reader, by Philippe Van Parijs

(Christopher Pierson & Francis G. Castles eds.), Cambridge: Polity Press & Malden (MA): Blackwell, 2000, pp.355-59. Now included in a major new anthology on social policy, this is a reprint Read More

14th July 2001

Basic Income : Guaranteed income for the XXIst century ? by Philippe Van Parijs

Barcelona: Fundació Rafael Campalans (c/o Rocio Martinez Sampere ), Papers de la Fundació n°121, 2000, 36pp. ( ) Neatly published by the foundation linked to the Catalan socialist party, Van Read More

14th July 2001

A Capital Idea. Start-up Grants for Young People, by David Nissan and Julian Le Grand

Fabian Society (11 Dartmouth Street, London SW1H 9BN,, ‘Second Term Thinking’, February 2000, 16p, £7.50. (Second author’s address: London School of Economics, Houghton St. London WC2A 2AE) In the Read More

14th July 2001

Gender, Family, and Income Maintenance: A Feminist Case for Citizen’s Basic Income, by A. McKay and J. Vanavery

Social Politics 7 (2), 2000, 266-284. (First author’s address: Glasgow Caledonian Univ, Dept Econ, Glasgow G4 0BA, Lanark, Scotland.) Economist McKay and sociologist Vanavery consider proposals for a citizen’s basic Read More

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