Vol. 18 Nbr. 1-2, March 2010
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- Work, recognition and the market.
- Recognition and the market: independence, wealth and equality.
- (How) can social policy and fiscal policy recognise unpaid family work?
- Gender, work and 'market' values.
- Meritocracy and market over-recognition.
- 'Hired hubbies and mobile mums'.
- 'Indenture': labour for miserable reward, a fifth of all households.
- From doldrums to downing street?
- Beware the Canadian fiscal model.
- The new 'champion of progressive ideals'? Cameron's Conservative Party: poverty, family policy and welfare reform.
- Parenting and inequality.
- Keeping the Tories at bay.
- Market values and the citizen-state relationship.
- What next for European social democracy? The good society debate and beyond.
- Nice Work if You Can Get It: Life and Labor in Precarious Times.
- Living Dolls--The Return of Sexism.
- Punishing the Poor: The Neo-liberal Government of Social Inequality.
- Breaking Up Britain: Four Nations after a Union.