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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Tackling Child Poverty when Parents Cannot Work With Lewis Williams.

York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation - 2008

The impact of benefit and tax up-rating on incomes and poverty With Holly Sutherland, Ruth Hancock, John Hills and Francesca Zantomio.

York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation - 2008

Target Practice: Ambition and Ambiguity in the Aim to End Child Poverty

Poverty, v 124 Summer, pp 11-14 - 2008

United Kingdom: The Economic and Social Benefits of Ending Child Poverty,

Midgley J and Tang K-L (eds) Social Security, the Economy and Development, London: Palgrave Macmillan, - 2008

Evaluation of Multiple Provider Employment Zones: Early Implementation Issues With Hirst, A., Tarling R, Lefaucheux M., Short, C, Rinne S, McGregor A., Glass A. Simm C.

Sheffield: Corporate Document Services - 2006

Can current policy end child poverty by 2020? With Jill Scarborough.

York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation - 2006

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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