Social Security in UK Law
- Legal Aid and Social Security
- THE SOCIAL FUND—CASH‐LIMITING SOCIAL SECURITY
Generalised Social Security Finance in a Two‐Country World
This paper develops an overlapping generations model with generalised finance of social security in a two‐country world. Social security finance includes a pay‐as‐you‐go, a fully funded, and an opt...
- Social Security Adjudication, Judicial Review and the Technology of Poverty
- The Social Security (Incapacity for Work) Act 1994
- English Conflict of Laws and Italian Social Security Legislation
Burying Bell: Managing the Judicialisation of Social Security Tribunals
The Social Security Act 1998 introduced fundamental changes to the tribunal system for hearing appeal claims in respect of benefits. This article examines the reasons for these changes to the large...
Social Security, Student Loans and Access to Education
The issue of student loans has been under public discussion for some time, but another change in their finances which affects many of them has not been debated so much in public — and that is the r...
Proposal of a controlled vocabulary to solve semantic interoperability problems in social security information exchanges
Purpose: – This report aims to present the state of play of semantic interoperability problems in social security data exchanges. Design/methodology/approach: – The subject is presented as an open...
The ‘Criminalization’ of Social Security Law: Towards a Punitive Welfare State?
The aim of this article is to place certain recent legislative reforms in the field of social security within the context of the overall development of the welfare state, and examine to what extent...
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