Welfare States: How generous are British benefits compared with other rich nations? Date of Publication: 2015 This is part of the Touchstone Extra series, written by Declan Gaffney. How generous are British benefits compared to other rich nations? This explores benefit expenditures, entitlements and support for out of work families. Available as a free downloadable pdf, see link.
Young against Old: What's really causing wealth equality? Date of Publication: 2015 Today's young people are having to deal with falling wages, rising house prices and increasingly insecure jobs. But is cutting benefits for older people really the answer? This Touchstone pamphlet challenges the myths that all pensioners are rich and that reducing older people's benefits would be a solution to younger people's problems.
Job Creation: Lessons from Abroad Date of Publication: 2013 In this Touchstone Extras pamphlet written by Almna Silim, we look at the international experience of employment change since the recession, at how the British experience compares with other countries and at the lessons we can learn from this comparison. This is available as all our Touchstone Extras series are, as a free pdf download, see the link above.
Dismantling the Barriers to Social Mobility Date of Publication: 2014 In this Touchstone Extra pamphlet, we ask if social mobility is going into reverse. What are the connections between  social mobility and inequality? And what policies might help a recovery of social mobility? Written by Declan Gaffney and Ben Baumberg. This is also available as a free download, please see the link above.
Equitable Full Employment Date of Publication: 2014 The TUC Touchstone pamphlet Equitable Full Employment: A Jobs Recovery For All shows that the recent rise in employment is being driven by fewer people leaving their jobs, rather than more people finding new work. Written for the TUC by Tony Wilson and Paul Bivand.
Generation Lost: youth unemployment and the youth labour market Date of Publication: 2012 This Touchstone Extra Pamphlet reports on youth unemployment the labour market. It's author Paul Bivand also looks at the causes of and the history of youth unemployment. All the Extra report series are available to download as a pdf, see the link below
The Gender Job Split Date of Publication: 2013 This Touchstone Extra Pamphlet reports on how young men and women experience the labour market. All the Extra report series are available to download as a pdf, see the link below.
How to Boost the Wage Share Date of Publication: 2013 The thirteenth in the series of Touchstone Pamphlets designed to inform and stimulate debate on the most pressing issues facing British policymakers. This pamphlet argues that increasing the wage share is one of the key economic policy challenges for the next decade, to ensure that growth is both sustainable and inclusive, and increases living standards.
Making a Contribution: social security for the future Date of Publication: 2012 The twelfth in the series of Touchstone Pamphlets designed to inform and stimulate debate on the most pressing issues facing British policymakers. This pamphlet argues that the perceptions of benefits abuse are mistaken and that revived and enhanced contributory benefits could help re-build support, improve Britain’s economic performance and put us in a better position to address the problems of an ageing society.
The Red Tape Delusion: Why deregulation won’t solve the jobs crisis Date of Publication: 2010 This is the ninth in the series of Touchstone Pamphlets designed to inform and stimulate debate on the most pressing issues facing British policymakers. The Red Tape Delusion takes a forensic look at the reality of the relationship between regulation and growth – showing how fairer treatment at work could ensure both rising prosperity and reduced inequality.

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