The following list includes other outputs, such as evidence and articles, related to 'Couples balancing work, money and care: exploring the shifting landscape under Universal Credit' - an ESRC project from the University of Bath Institute for Policy Research (IPR) which examines the ways couples with and without children make decisions about work, care and household finances in relation to changes under Universal Credit.
- Millar, J., Bennett, F., Griffiths, R., and Wood, M. (2021) Response to All Party Parliamentary Group on Poverty call for evidence into the impact on poverty of maintaining the £20 uplift in Universal Credit, Institute for Policy Research (IPR), University of Bath
- Millar, J., Bennett, F., Griffiths, R., Wood, M. and Magnus, L. (2020) Couples, Universal Credit and in-work progression: Response to call for evidence to the In-Work Progression Commission, IPR, University of Bath
- Bennett, F. (2020) Universal credit and COVID-19, Poverty, CPAG
- Griffiths, R. (2020) Written evidence - The economics of Universal Credit