Barnett Papers PDFs
You can read all of the Barnett Papers below:
2022 (1) Fran Bennett and Jane Millar: Inflexibility in an integrated system? Policy challenges posed by the design of Universal Credit
2018(1): John C. Haskey - Partnership history and completed family sizes in Great Britain: a preliminary, empirical, exploration of characteristics and associations
2018(2): John C. Haskey - The concentration of reproduction and partnership history in Great Britain
2018(3): Selçuk Bedük - Identifying people in poverty: A multidimensional deprivation measure for the EU
2017(1): Bastian Betthäuser: Educational inequality after socialism: The effect of German unification revisited
2017 (2): Amanda Shriwise and Cecilia Bruzelius: The European ‘migrant crisis’ and shifting geographies of Official Development Assistance
2017 (3): Erzsébet Bukodi and John H Goldthorpe: Social Inequality and Social Mobility: Is there an Inverse Relation?
2017 (4): Alexi Gugushvili: Subjective Intergenerational Mobility and Support for Welfare State Programmes
2016(1): Thees Spreckelsen and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser: Dimensions of labour market integration among young EU migrant citizens in the UK
2016(2): Erzsébet Bukodi: Cumulative inequalities over the life-course: Life-long learning and social mobility in Britain
2015(1): Stuart Basten and Tomas Frejka: Fertility and Family Policies in Central and Eastern Europe
2015(2): Erzsébet Bukodi and Ferdinand Eibl: Linking the Macro to the Micro: A Multidimensional Approach to Educational Inequalities in Four European Countries
2014(1): Cecilia Bruzelius, Elaine Chase, Cornelia Hueser and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser: The Social Construction of European Citizenship and Associated Social Rights
2014(2): Reza Hasmath: White Cat, Black Cat or Good Cat: The Beijing Consensus as an Alternative Philosophy for Policy Deliberation? The Case of China
2013(1): Stuart Basten: Re-Examining the Fertility Assumptions for Pacific Asia in the UNs 2010 World Population Prospects
2013(2): John H Goldthorpe: The Role of Education in Intergenerational Social Mobility: Problems from Empirical Research in Sociology and some Theoretical Pointers from Economics
2013(3): Shirley Dex and Erzsébet Bukodi: Gender Differences in Job and Occuptional Mobility in Varying Labour Market Conditions
2013(4): Erzsébet Bukodi, Robert Erikson and John H. Goldthorpe: The Effects of Social Origins and Cognitive Ability on Educational Attainment: Evidence from Britain and Sweden
2013(5): Elaine Chase and Jennifer Allsopp: Future citizens of the world? The contested futures of independent young migrants in Europe
2013(6): Martin Seeleib-Kaiser: Welfare Systems in Europe and the USA: Conservative Germany Converging towards the US Model?
2012(1): Erzsebet Bukodi and John Goldthorpe: Decomposing 'social origins': The effects of parents' class, status and educational on the educatinal attainment of their children
2012(2): John Goldthorpe: Understanding - and Misunderstanding - Social Mobility in Britain: The Entry of the Economists, the Confusion of Politicians and the Limits of Educational Policy
2011(1): Fran Bennett & Holly Sutherland: The importance of independant income: understanding the role of non-means-tested earnings replacement benefits
2011(2): Jameela Pedicini: The Two Indian Welfare Systems: State & Corporate Responses
2010(1): Timo Fleckenstein, Adam M. Saunders & Martin Seeleib-Kaiser: The Dual Transformation of Social Protection and Human Capital:Comparing Britain and Germany
2010(2): Sophia Seung-yoon Lee: The Shift of Labour Market Risks in Deindustrializing Asian Economies: Taiwan, Japan and the Republic of Korea
2010(3): Laura Bambrick: A Taxing Issue: Married Women and Income Tax in Ireland
2010(4): Sarah Taylor, Fran Bennett & Sirin Sung: Unequal but 'fair'? Housework and child care in a sample of low-to-moderate-income Bristish couples
2009(1): Greg J. Duncan: Early Childhood Poverty and Later Attainment
2009(2): Johan Davidsson & Marek Naczyk: The Ins and outs of Dualisation: a Literature Review
2009(3): Emanuele Ferragina: A new concept generated from an old idea. Rethinking social capital in relation to income inequalities
2009(4): Adam M. Saunders: New perspectives on the political economy of social policy change: the case of British earnings-related unemployment insurance
2009(5): Adam M. Saunders: The politics of social policy: state of the art
2009(6): Adam M. Saunders: Supplementing the welfare state: the development of America's public-private settlement for the unemployed
2008(1): Tuuka Toivonen: Japan's first experiment with activation policy for young adults. Does the 'Youth Independence Camp' reconfigure thepublic-private boundaries of social provision?
2008(2): Tom Kelly: Understanding the continental divide: how do we explain the different developments between the American and Canadian systems for managing health risks?
2008(3): Mark Tomlinson, Robert Walker, Glenn Williams: The relationship between poverty and childhood well-being in Great Britain
2008(4): Martin Seeleib-Kaiser & Timo Fleckenstein: The Political Economy of Occupational Family Policies: Comparing Workplaces in Britain and Germany
2007(1): Tuukka Toivonen: Is Japanese Family Policy Turning Nordic?
2007(2): Robert Walker & Sony Pellissery: Giants old and new: Promoting social security and economic growth in the Asia and Pacific Region
2007(3): Young Jun Choi: Coming to a Standstill? A new theoretical idea of East Asian Welfare Regimes
2007(4): Martin Seeleib-Kaiser: From Conservative to Liberal-Communitarian Welfare: Can the Reformed German Welfare State Survive?
2007(5): Martin Seeleib-Kaiser & Antje Vetterlein: Rethinking Global Governance: Market Actors and Accountability
2007(6): Mark Tomlinson, Robert Walker & Glenn Williams: Measuring Poverty in Britain as a Multi-Dimensional Concept, 1991 to 2003
2007(7): Teresa Smith: From Educational Priority Areas to Area-Based Interventions: Community, Neighbourhood and Preschool
2006(1): Sony Pellissery: Do public works programmes ensure employment in the rural informal sector? Examining the employment guarantee scheme in rural Maharashtra, India
2006(2): Taekyoon Kim: Varieties of Welfare Control: A historical review on the changing contours of the state-voluntary relations in the Korean welfare context. To be published in 'International Sociology (2008).
2006(3): Martin Seeleib-Kaiser & Timo Fleckenstein: Discourse, Learning and Welfare State Change: The case of German labour market reform
2006(4): Timo Fleckenstein: Restructuring Welfare for the Long Term Unemployed: the case of Hartz Legislation in Germany
2005(1): Manuel Souto-Otero: Determinants of access to post-compulsory education and training: A new research agenda