Businesses

library booksThe following are a range of publications, written or contributed to by members of the Welfare Futures Research Group and Participatory Research Theme.

Hall, S and Appleyard, L (forthcoming), Trans-local academic credentials and the (re)production of financial elites. Globalisation, Societies and Education.

Alcock, P, May, M and Wright, S (eds) (2012), The Student's Companion to Social Policy (4th edition), Wiley-Blackwell. 

Rowlingson, K and McKay, S (2012), Wealth and the Wealthy, Bristol: The Policy Press.

Appleyard, L and Rowlingson, K (forthcoming), Housing and economic inequality in Sim, D and Anderson, I (eds), Housing and Social Inequality. CIH/HAS.

McKay, S and Rowlingson, K (2011), The religion of inequality, in Holmwood, J (editor), Manifesto for the public university, London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Rowlingson, K and Connor, S (2011), The deserving rich? Inequality, morality and social policy, in Journal of Social Policy, 40(3), 437-452.

Clarke, H (2010), Supporting parents to support family: A central challenge for family minded policy, Social Policy & Society, 9(4), 527-531.