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Parents, Poverty and the State
20 Years of Evolving Family Policy
Naomi Eisenstadt
“Provides a user-friendly review of how policy towards families with young children has developed over the last twenty years, explaining what we now understand, as well as what has been misunderstood.”—John Hills, London School of Economics
Paper $24.00


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Welfare, Populism and Welfare Chauvinism
Bent Greve
“A very timely expos$eacute; that contributes significantly to our understanding of the factors at stake in the complex interplay between the rise of populism and the development of the welfare state.”—Femke Roosma, Tilburg University  
Cloth $115.00


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Whose Housing Crisis?
Assets and Homes in a Changing Economy
Nick Gallent
“At last, a book that changes the terms of the great housing debate and challenges the received political wisdom of the main political parties.”—Peter Hetherington, Guardian
Paper $36.95


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What Brexit Means for EU and UK Social Policy
Linda Hantrais
“This is a useful book for students in setting out the contextual relationships between the UK and the EU on social policy and is to be welcomed for this.”—Journal of Social Policy
Paper $26.00

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Middle Managers as Agents of Collaboration
Paul Williams
“A timely intervention from a key figure in the field. This book develops our understanding of the role of middle managers in collaboration—an under-researched field. Williams applies his usual expert blend of research and practice to offer insights of value to public middle managers everywhere.”—Helen Sullivan, Australian National University
Paper $39.95

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Now in Paperback
What Works Now?

Evidence Informed Policy and Practice
Edited by Annette Boaz, Huw Davies, Alec Fraser, and Sandra Nutley
“Timeliness, breadth, and clarity are its essential strengths.”—LSE Review of Books
Paper $42.95

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Now in Paperback
Data in Society

Challenging Statistics in an Age of Globalisation
Paul Williams
“You can be just as much, if not even more, effectively fooled with numbers as with words. The editors and authors of this volume are to be congratulated for revealing how data can mislead and how official statistics remain under threat.”—Danny Dorling, Oxford University
Paper $49.95