• CASE – An Introduction
  • Review of the Year, 2004
  • Generational and Life Course Dynamics:Pathways into and out of Social Exclusion
  • Human development across lives and generations:the potential for change
  • Poverty, Local Services and Outcomes
  • Inequality and the state
  • The Dynamics of Low Income Areas
  • The changing faces of British cities 1991 – 2001
  • The CASE Neighbourhood Study
  • Bringing up families in poor neighbourhoodssunder New Labour
  • Employment, Welfare and Exclusion
  • Families, disabled children and the benefit system
  • Education and Social Exclusion
  • Education, education, education
  • Social Networks and Social Capital
  • An overview of New Labour’s policy impactson participation in decision making
  • Policies, Concepts and Measurement of Social Exclusion
  • Poverty and human rights: Sen’s ‘capability perspective’explored (OUP, forthcoming)
  • Appendix 1 – Research and Research Staff
  • Appendix 2 – List of Publications 2004
  • Appendix 3 – Key Performance Indicators Summary 2004
  • How to Find Us