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Journal of Poverty and Social Justice favourites of 2020
We wanted to share some of our readers' favourite content that you might have missed. Please enjoy free access to some of our most read and highly cited articles, along with some of our editors’ top articles from recent issues.
All articles below are free to access until 31 December 2020.
Most Read of 2019
Much ado about poverty: the role of a UN Special Rapporteur
Philip Alston, Bassam Khawaja and Rebecca Riddell
Extreme child poverty and the role of social policy in the United States
Zachary Parolin and David Brady
Self-employment and social protection: understanding variations between welfare regimes
Slavina Spasova, Denis Bouget, Dalila Ghailani and Bart Vanhercke
The influence of poverty on childrens school experiences: pupils perspectives
Lynn Naven, James Egan, Edward M. Sosu and Sara Spencer
Timing it right or timing it wrong: how should income-tested benefits deal with changes in circumstances?
Jane Millar and Peter Whiteford
Ones to Watch
Monitoring progress towards sustainable development: multidimensional child poverty in the European Union
Yekaterina Chzhen, Zlata Bruckauf and Emilia Toczydlowska
Is there evidence of households making a heat or eat trade off in the UK?
Carolyn Snell, Hannah Lambie-Mumford and Harriet Thomson
Basic income: confusion, claims and choices
The solo self-employed person and intrinsic financial security: does the promotion of self-employment institutionalise dualisation?
Consensus or dissensus? Analysing people's perceptions of the necessities of life in Finland
Leaving no one behind? Reaching the informal sector, poor people and marginalised groups with Social Health Protection
Claude Meyer, David Evans et al.
Gender, ethnicity and activism: 'the miracle is when we don't give up...'
Anna Daróczi, Angela Kocze et al.
EU policy and Roma integration (2010-14)
Welfare conditionality, benefit sanctions and homelessness in the UK: ending the 'something for nothing culture' or punishing the poor?
The potential of child support to reduce lone mother poverty: comparing population survey data in Australia and the UK
Christine Skinner, Kay Cook and Sarah Sinclair
Benefits conditionality for disabled people: stylised facts from a review of international evidence and practice [Open Access]
Ben Baumberg Geiger
Food as a discretionary item: the impact of welfare payment changes on low-income single mother's food choices and strategies
Hayley Jane McKenzie and Fiona H. Mckay
The Minimum Income Standard as a benchmark of a 'participatory social minimum'
Abigail Davis, Donald Hirsch and Matt Padley
Children in jobless households across Europe: evidence on the association with medium- and long-term outcomes
Lindsey Macmillan, Paul Gregg, John Jerrim and Nikki Shure
Free to read until 31 January
Including services in multidimensional poverty measurement for SDGs: modifications to the consensual approach
Alba Lanau, Joanna Mack and Shailen Nandy
For better or for worse: does the UK means-tested social security system encourage partnership dissolution?
The collective risk management of solo self-employed workers in the Netherlands
Silvia Rossetti and Susanne Heeger
CCTs and conditionalities: an exploratory analysis of not meeting conditional cash transfer conditionalities in Chile's Families Programme
Tal Reininger, Cristobal Villalobos and Ignacio Wyman
Welfare regimes in the global South: does the capability approach provide an alternative perspective?
Sophie Plagerson and Leila Patel
Basic income and a public job offer: complementary policies to reduce poverty and unemployment
Felix FitzRoy and Jim Jin
See also: Volume 26, Number 3, October 2018 our free sample issue.