Readership: Academics and students (postgraduate and advanced undergraduate) in the fields of social policy, public policy, economics, demography, sociology, geography, political science, and urban studies. Also politicians, civil servants, journalists, and professionals and lay people involved in policy issues concerning social exclusion.
Edited by John Hills, London School of Economics, Julian Le Grand, London School of Economics, and David Piachaud, London School of Economics
1: Tania Burchardt, Julian Le Grand and David Piachaud: Introduction
2: Brian Barry: Social exclusion, social isolation and the distribution of income
3: Tania Burchardt, Julian Le Grand and David Piachaud: Degrees of exclusion: Developing a dynamic, multi-dimensional measure
4: Simon Burgess and Carol Propper: The dynamics of poverty in Britain
5: John Hobcraft: Social exclusion and the generations
6: Kathleen Kiernan: Disadvantage and Demography—-chicken and egg?
7: Abigail McKnight: Low paid work: Drip feeding the poor
8: Ruth Lupton and Anne Power: Social exclusion and neighbourhoods
9: David Piachaud and Holly Sutherland: Child poverty
10: Phil Agulnik, Tania Burchardt and Martin Evans: Response and prevention in the British welfare state
11: Howard Glennerster and Jo Sparkes: Preventing social exclusion: Education's contribution
12: Liz Richardson and Katharine Mumford: Community, neighbourhood and social infrastructure
13: John Hills: Does a focus on 'social exclusion' change the policy response?