Page, R.M. (2015) Clear Blue Water? The Conservative Party and the Welfare State Since 1940: Policy: Bristol, 201pp.
Page, R.M. (2015) Stigma (new.edn), Psychology Press: Brighton and New York, 207pp.
Chapters in Books
`The coming of age of progressive neo-liberal Conservative `welfarism’ under the Coalition government of 2010-15’ in L.Foster, A.Brunton, C.Deeming and T.Haux (eds) In Defence of Welfare 2. Policy:Bristol, 2015, pp.52-4.
`The coalition, poverty and social security’ in M Beech and S Lee (eds) The Conservative-Liberal Coalition: Examining the Cameron-Clegg Government. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, 2015, pp.68-85.
`Conservative governments and the welfare state since 1945’ in H.Bochel and G. Daly (eds), Social Policy (3rd edn). Routledge: London, 2014, pp.143-69).
`Labour governments and the welfare state since 1945’ in H.Bochel and G.Daly (eds) Social Policy (3rd edn). Routledge: London, 2014, pp. 170-97.
`Progressive turns in post-1945 Conservative social policy’, Political Studies Review, 12: 1, 2014, pp.17-28.
`Running out of road? Dilemmas and issues for the British Labour Party and the Swedish Social Democrats in their search for a “modern” welfare state narrative’, Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy, 30: 2, 2014, pp. 107-26.
`Blue and Purple challenhgesa to the welfare state. How should “statist” Social Democrats respond?’ Social Policy & Society, 14: 3, 2015, pp.341-56 (with Matt Beech).
R. Carr (2014) One Nation Britain: History, the Progressive Tradition, and Practical Ideas for Today’s Politicians. Ashgate: Farnham in Party Politics (forthcoming 2016).
S.Sheard (2014) The Passioinate Economist: How Brian Abel-Smith Shaped Global Health and Social Welfare. Policy: Bristol, in Journal of Social Policy, 44: 1, 2015, pp.196-98.
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