Rajiv Prabhakar

I have continued my research into asset-based welfare this year, looking at policies such as the Child Trust Fund and theoretical developments such as behavioural economics and assets.

Publications 2008-09

1. Prabhakar, R. (2009), 'How can opposition to inheritance tax be weakened?', Public Policy and Administration, 24(3), 227-244

2. Prabhakar, R. (2009), 'The assets agenda and social policy', Social Policy and Administration, 43(1), 54-69

3. Prabhakar, R. (2009), 'The development of asset-based welfare: the case of the Child Trust Fund in the UK', Policy and Politics, 37(1), 129-143

4. Prabhakar, R. (forthcoming) 'The reform of public services: the views of the main parties', in Hickson, K. And Griffiths, S. (ed) Political Thought and Party Politics after New Labour (Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan)

5. Prabhakar, R. (2008) 'Assets and Citizenship', in White, S. and Leighton, D. (ed) Building a Citizen Society (London: Lawrence and Wishart), 67-74

6. Prabhakar, R. (2008), 'Wealth taxes: stories, metaphors and public attitudes', Political Quarterly, 79(2), 172-178

Presentations

1. Invited speaker at policy symposium on child development accounts at University of Washington at St Louis, November 2008

2. Invited speaker on wealth inequality, University of Antwerp, 2010

 

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