We research work, welfare and poverty, in relation to policies and their impact on families. This research is focused on the following areas:
- major UK and international policy and academic debates regarding group inequalities in access to and returns from employment
- policies as vehicles for addressing poverty and social exclusion
- reinforcing active citizenship and renewed debates around the quality of work and its contribution to wellbeing
We are also interested in the gendered and other group divisions of paid and unpaid work, and the trade-offs between domestic caring, paid employment, and family outcomes.
- Combatting modern slavery through business leadership at the bottom of the supply chain
- NEWFAMSTRAT: The New Shape of Family-Related Gender Stratification
- Understanding Britain's Fall in Real Wages