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Dismantling the NHS?
Evaluating the Impact of Health Reforms
Edited by Mark Exworthy, Russell Mannion, and Martin Powell
“An insightful and incisive account of the most controversial health policy reform since the foundation of the UK National Health Service. Essential reading.”—Huw T. O. Davies, University of St Andrews
Paper $45.95


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Policy Analysis in the United States
Edited by John A. Hird
“This collection offers a unique and valuable set of perspectives on the history of policy analysis, changes in the field over recent decades, and current challenges facing practitioners.”—Michael E. Kraft, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
Paper $42.95

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Research and Policy in Ethnic Relations
Compromised Dynamics in a Neoliberal Era
Edited by Charles Husband
“A lucid collection at the cutting edge of critical engagement with how academic research may be used or ignored, this book stands out as a novel and distinct contribution to our understanding and will be of vital use to researchers and practitioners alike.”—Nasar Meer, Strathclyde University
Contemporary Issues in Social Policy: Challenges for Change
Paper $42.95

 

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Nannies, Migration and Early Childhood Education and Care
An International Comparison of In-home Childcare Policy and Practice
Elizabeth Adamson
“The growing interest in ‘in-home care’ by parents, governments, and early childhood practitioners make this book a timely and essential read for social policy scholars and public policy professionals.”—Elizabeth Hill, University of Sydney
Cloth $110.00


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Now in Paperback
Reconstructing Retirement
Work and Welfare in the UK and USA
David Lain
“I recommend Lain’s work to all occupational scientists interested in work and retirement, or more generally, in the ways government policy actively and passively influences people’s occupational opportunities, choices, and experiences. These are indeed matters of occupational justice.”—Journal of Occupational Science
Paper $42.95

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Now in Paperback
Spatial Planning and Resilience Following Disasters
International and Comparative Perspectives
Edited by Stefan Greiving, Michio Ubaura, and Jaroslav TeŇ°liar
“In times of growing awareness on the crucial role of spatial planning in disaster recovery and resilience building, this book meets the challenge outstandingly by bringing together prominent contributors from academia, research, and policy making to judge remediation efforts after calamities with an indelible imprint on the human history.”—Sapountzaki Kalliopi, Harokopio University, Greece
Paper $45.95

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Social Policy Review 28
Analysis and Debate In Social Policy, 2016
Edited by Menno Fenger, John Hudson, and Catherine Needham
Social Policy Review is essential reading for up-to-date analysis of the key social policy issues of the day, by authors who know their subjects inside-out.”—Jane Millar, University of Bath
Cloth $115.00