CHASM BP11-2017 [PDF]
The age factor – tax problems experienced by older people
Professor Jane Frecknall-Hughes, The Open University and Professor Andy Lymer, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham.
CHASM BP10-2017 [PDF]
The Evidence: what psychologists say about tax compliance
Dr Diana Onu, University of Exeter and Professor Andy Lymer, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham.
CHASM BP9-2017 [PDF]
Making Work Pay: UK Workplace Financial Wellbeing Services
Edward Brunsdon and Margaret May, CHASM Associates.
CHASM BP8-2017 [PDF]
Towards a Financially Inclusive Society in the UK: What Needs to be Done?
Professor Karen Rowlingson, Professor of Social Policy and Deputy Director of CHASM at the University of Birmingham
CHASM BP7-2017 [PDF]
Delay and Pray?
Dr Stuart Stamp, Independent Social Researcher & Research Associate, Department of Applied Social Studies, Maynooth University, Ireland (and CHASM Associate)
Paul Joyce BCL, BL, Senior Policy Analyst, Free Legal Advice Centres, Dublin, Ireland
CHASM BP6-2017 [PDF]
The future role of housing equity as retirement finance
Dr Louise Overton, CHASM, University of Birmingham
CHASM BP5-2017 [PDF]
Responsible lending: lessons from Australia
Gerard Brody, Chief Executive Officer, Consumer Action Law Centre, Australia
CHASM BP4-2017 [PDF]
What makes people save? A comparison of the UK's Housing ISA and Oregon's IDA
Magdalena Nowakowska and James Gregory, CHASM, University of Birmingham
CHASM BP3-2017 [PDF]
Financial exclusion in the UK: Will the House of Lords' Select Committee recommendations solve this problem?
Karen Rowlingson, CHASM, University of Birmingham
CHASM BP2-2017 [PDF]
Is it time for a more inclusive savings policy agenda in the UK?
James Gregory, Andy Lymer and Karen Rowlingson, CHASM, University of Birmingham
CHASM BP1-2017 [PDF]
An alternative to payday: Are Credit Unions the answer?
Dr Lindsey Appleyard, Coventry University