Martin's Publications.

Martin has contributed extensively to discussion papers, journal articles, is published and he’s reported widely on key social policy issues.

This publications archive allows you to search and explore the diverse topics of applied research and policy advice that Martin has been involved in over the past two decades.

Currently viewing: 2000-2008

How is the New Deal for Lone Parents Working?

Thurley D (ed) Working to Target? Can policies deliver paid work for seven in ten lone parents? London: NCOPF. - 2003

Welfare to Work and the Organisation of Opportunity

Clasen J (ed) What Future for Social Security? Debates and reforms in national and cross-national perspective. Bristol: Policy Press. - 2002

Growing Together, Growing Apart: geographic patterns of change for claimants of Income Support and Jobseekers Allowance 1995 to 2000 With Michael Noble, Chris Dibben, George Smith and Myfanwy Lloyd.

Bristol: Policy Press/Joseph Rowntree Foundation - 2002

New Deal for Lone Parents: First synthesis report of the National Evaluation. With Abigail McKight and Ceema Namazie.

Sheffield: Department for Work and Pensions - 2002

Neighbourhood Spending and Outcomes: a study of education, training and employment outcomes in three English cities. Report of research for the Department of Transport, Local Government and the Regions. With Glen Bramley.

Leeds: Corporate Document Services - 2002

Response and Prevention in the British Welfare State’ With Phil Agulnik and Tania Burchardt.

in J.Hills, J. LeGrand and D.Piachaud (eds) Understanding Social Exclusion. Oxford: Oxford University Press. - 2002

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Authored Work

A Generation of Change, a Lifetime of Difference: Social Policy in Britain since 1979.

Evans M and Williams L

“a truly original perspective demonstrating how social policy and taxation have profound effects on all of us at different points during our lives”

- Professor Jochen Clasen
Edinburgh University