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Most read articles

The top 5 most read papers published in Journal of Poverty and Social Justice in 2019 were:

Free to access until 29 February 2020

Much ado about poverty: the role of a UN Special Rapporteur
Authors: Philip Alston, Bassam Khawaja and Rebecca Riddell

Extreme child poverty and the role of social policy in the United States
Authors: Zachary Parolin and David Brady

Self-employment and social protection: understanding variations between welfare regimes
Authors: Slavina Spasova, Denis Bouget, Dalila Ghailani and Bart Vanhercke

The influence of poverty on childrens school experiences: pupils perspectives
Authors: 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?
Authors: Jane Millar and Peter Whiteford

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