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Economics of Social Policy

  1. Add to Wish List Research Without Tears

    Research Without Tears

    John Creedy
    ‘Research Without Tears is. . . clearly presented and well structured. In fact it illustrates in its execution all the good advice on writing style Creedy gives to his readers. . . It will enhance any collection on research methods in th...
    Paperback (2008)

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    Hardback (2008)

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  2. Add to Wish List The Creation and Destruction of Social Capital

    The Creation and Destruction of Social Capital

    Gunnar L.H Svendsen, Gert T. Svendsen
    ‘The book offers a coherent historical and interdisciplinary perspective on social capital that is illustrated through the emergence and decline of cooperative movements in Denmark (and Poland). The strength of the book lies in its abili...
    Paperback (2005)

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    Hardback (2004)

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  3. Add to Wish List The Economics of Social Policy

    The Economics of Social Policy

    Peter G. Rosner
    ‘This is going to be a most useful book. . . It is sensible, informed, well-argued, and clear, and there is a good balance between theory and the results of empirical research. . . For both teachers and students this will prove to be a v...
    Paperback (2005)

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    Hardback (2003)

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  4. Add to Wish List The End of Marriage?

    The End of Marriage?

    Jane Lewis
    ‘In this meticulously argued book, Jane Lewis tackles one of the most fraught and contested issues of our time: the contemporary meanings of marriage. The separation of marriage and sex, she argues, has now been followed by the separatio...
    Paperback (2002)

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  5. Add to Wish List Globalization and the Welfare State

    Globalization and the Welfare State

    Ramesh Mishra
    ‘This is a short book, with only 152 pages of text, but by comparison with longer and windier texts it is a pleasure to read. Mishra has something to say, and he says it clearly, forcefully and directly . . . one might wish that other wr...
    Paperback (2000)

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    Hardback (2000)

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