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.

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Fairer or Fowler? The Effects of the 1986 Social Security Act on Family Incomes

J. Hills (ed), New Inequalities, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. - 1996

Social Security in Britain: Needs versus Costs With David Piachaud.

Midgley J. and M Tracy (eds) Challenges to Social Security: an International Explanation, Greeenwood (Conneticut):Auburn House - 1996

Exploring National Rules on Social Security and Statistics: Means-Testing and Disincentive Effects

Hantrais L and Mangen S (eds), Cross National Research Methods in Social Sciences, London: Pinter. - 1996

Beveridge and His Assumptive World: The Incompatibilities of a Flawed Design With Howard Glennerster.

Ditch J, Glennerster H., and Hills J, (eds), Beveridge and Social Security: An International Retrospective, Cambridge: Clarendon Press - 1994

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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