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Austerity, Community Action, and the Future of Citizenship in Europe
Edited by Shana Cohen, Christina Fuhr, and Jan-Jonathan Bock
“This timely volume engages scholars of citizenship, social activists, and those concerned for the future of social democracy in Europe.”—Bob Deacon, University of Sheffield
Paper $42.95


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Local Knowledge Matters
Power, Context and Policymaking in Indonesia
Kharisma Nugroho, Fred Carden, and Hans Antlov
“In the swirl of debates around evidence-informed policy, this book is a timely reminder that public policy needs to be informed by more than research, evaluation, or statistical data. Local knowledge matters.”—Louise Shaxson, Overseas Development Institute
Cloth $65.00

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Now in Paperback
Reframing Global Social Policy
Social Investment for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth
Edited by Christopher Deeming and Paul Smyth
“Gathering excellent contributors, this edited volume is a must read for students of social policy interested in inclusive growth and social investment.”—Daniel Béland, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
Paper $42.95

 

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Classics by Richard Titmuss

Essays on the Welfare State
“It should be required reading for every social policy course in social work (and, one could wish, in sociology, economics, and political science also).… Titmuss and his serious collaborators are the real prophets of civilization.”—Social Service Review, praise for the first edition 
Cloth $115.00


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The Gift Relationship
From Human Blood to Social Policy
“In this highly original and provocative study, Richard Titmuss exploits a set of apparently simple social and biological data—the ways in which blood is collected, distributed, and transfused—to pose critical issues of social policy.”—Social Forces, praise for the first edition
Cloth $115.00



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