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Chaney, P. (2016) Civil Society Organizations’ Experiences of Participative Environmental Mainstreaming: A Political Systems Perspective of a Regional European Polity, Environmental Policy and Governance. Online ISSN: 1756-9338. Wiley.
This paper addresses a lacuna in the literature on environmental policy integration by exploring
civil society organizations’ (CSOs) experiences of participative environmental
mainstreaming – a policy imperative to embed environmental concerns in all aspects of
Cheung, S.Y. and Phillimore, J. (2016) Gender and refugee integration: a quantitative analysis of integration and social policy outcomes. Journal of Social Policy. 46(2): 211-230.
This paper breaks new ground by undertaking a gender analysis of integration outcomes across a range of areas, namely social networks, language proficiency, health, education, employment and housing, that are highly relevant for social policy.
Fevre, Ralph. W. (2012) Social mobility, equity and the politics of recruitment. Sociology Compass 6(9): 740-750.
This theory fills a gap in the human resource management (HRM) literature to show that it is far from obvious what managers should do to increase organisational efficiency when they make recruitment decisions.
Guio, A.-C. and Pomati, M. (2017) How do European citizens cope with economic shocks? The longitudinal order of deprivation. Originally published in Atkinson, T., Guio, A. C. and Marlier, E. eds. Monitoring Social Inclusion in Europe. European Union, pp. 385-398.
The literature on budgeting strategies adopted by households on low income reveals a mixture of inventiveness and experience of mild to severe material deprivation (MD).