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Published: 03 March 2005

322 Pages | 67 figures

ISBN: 9780199276639

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Inequality and the State

John Hills

  • Based on the latest authoritative research from the LSE group, the book presents hard evidence on a high profile and controversial area of government policy.
  • Covers key issues in the debate about domestic policy and politics in the UK, focusing on some of the most important contemporary social issues
  • Accessible to a wide range of readers.
  • Extensive graphs and tables provide a comprehensive source of information on inequality, poverty, government spending, and taxation, and on public attitudes towards the issues covered.
  • Each chapter concludes with a summary and a guide to further reading and information sources.

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