Highly cited articles
All the articles below are free to access until 31 August 2021:
2020 Journal Citation Report's highest cited articles
Children in jobless households across Europe: evidence on the association with medium- and long-term outcomes
Lindsey Macmillan et al.
British public employment service reform: activating and civilising the precariat? [Open Access]
Del Roy Fletcher
Is there evidence of households making a heat or eat trade off in the UK?
Carolyn Snell, Hannah Lambie-Mumford and Harriet Thomson
Extreme child poverty and the role of social policy in the United States
Zachary Parolin and David Brady
Ones to watch
Poverty in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and two-spirit (LGBTQ2S+) populations in Canada: an intersectional review of the literature
Hannah Kia et al.
Much ado about poverty: the role of a UN Special Rapporteur
Philip Alston, Bassam Khawaja and Rebecca Riddell
Discretion as blame avoidance: passing the buck to local authorities in 'welfare reform'
The solo self-employed person and intrinsic financial security: does the promotion of self-employment institutionalise dualisation?
The moral maze of food bank use
David Beck and Hefin Gwilym
'We've got a file on you': problematising families in poverty in four periods of austerity
Nicola Horsley, Val Gillies and Rosalind Edwards
Timing it right or timing it wrong: how should income-tested benefits deal with changes in circumstances?
Jane Millar and Peter Whiteford
Retheorising the relationship between electricity scarcity and social injustice: evidence from Zimbabwe
Ellen Fungisai Chipango
The influence of poverty on children's school experiences: pupils' perspectives
Lynn Naven et al.
Mind the gaps: Universal Credit and self-employment in the United Kingdom
Kevin Caraher and Enrico Reuter