Renewal Volume 18 No. 1-2

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SKU: 9781907103162 Category:

Format: Single issue (print)

Publication date: April 1, 2010

GUEST EDITORIAL
Work, recognition and the market

Jonathan Seglow and Ruth Yeoman

FEATURES
Recognition and the market: independence, wealth and equality 
John O’Neill

(How) can social policy and fiscal policy recognise unpaid family work? 
Catherine Hakim

Gender, work and ‘market’ values 
Diane Perrons

Meritocracy and market over-recognition 
Jonathan Aldred

‘Hired hubbies’ and ‘mobile mums’ 
Rosie Cox

Indenture: labour for miserable reward, a fifth of all households 
Danny Dorling

COMMENTARY
From doldrums to Downing Street 
Tim Bale

Osbornomics 
Howard Reed

Beware the Canadian fiscal model 
Andrew Jackson

The new ‘champion of progressive ideals’? 
Ruth Lister and Fran Bennett

Parenting and inequality 
Tim Horton and Ollie Haydon-Mulligan

Responding to the Conservatives 
David Coates

ESSAY
Market values and the citizen-state relationship 

Selina Chen

NOTEBOOK
What’s next for European social democracy? 
Henning Meyer and Karl-Heinz Spiegel

REVIEWS
The new world of work 
Reviewed by Nicola Smith

Natasha Walter, Living Dolls
Reviewed by Anna-Helga Horrox

Loic Wacquant, Punishing the Poor
Reviewed by Richard Garside

Mark Perryman, Breaking Up Britain 
Reviewed by Richard Weight

GUEST EDITORIAL
Work, recognition and the market

Jonathan Seglow and Ruth Yeoman

FEATURES
Recognition and the market: independence, wealth and equality 
John O’Neill

(How) can social policy and fiscal policy recognise unpaid family work? 
Catherine Hakim

Gender, work and ‘market’ values 
Diane Perrons

Meritocracy and market over-recognition 
Jonathan Aldred

‘Hired hubbies’ and ‘mobile mums’ 
Rosie Cox

Indenture: labour for miserable reward, a fifth of all households 
Danny Dorling

COMMENTARY
From doldrums to Downing Street 
Tim Bale

Osbornomics 
Howard Reed

Beware the Canadian fiscal model 
Andrew Jackson

The new ‘champion of progressive ideals’? 
Ruth Lister and Fran Bennett

Parenting and inequality 
Tim Horton and Ollie Haydon-Mulligan

Responding to the Conservatives 
David Coates

ESSAY
Market values and the citizen-state relationship 

Selina Chen

NOTEBOOK
What’s next for European social democracy? 
Henning Meyer and Karl-Heinz Spiegel

REVIEWS
The new world of work 
Reviewed by Nicola Smith

Natasha Walter, Living Dolls
Reviewed by Anna-Helga Horrox

Loic Wacquant, Punishing the Poor
Reviewed by Richard Garside

Mark Perryman, Breaking Up Britain 
Reviewed by Richard Weight