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Publications for Donald Hirsch

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Journal Articles

Hirsch, D (2018) Ruth Patrick (2017) For whose benefit? The everyday realities of welfare reform, Bristol: Policy Press, £24.99, pp. 272, pbk [book review], JOURNAL OF SOCIAL POLICY, 47(3), pp.649-650, ISSN: 0047-2794. DOI: 10.1017/S0047279418000156.

Hirsch, D (2017) Contemporary UK wage floors and the calculation of a living wage, Employee Relations, 39(6), pp.815-824, ISSN: 0142-5455. DOI: 10.1108/ER-03-2017-0048.

Hirsch, D (2017) The ‘living wage’ and low income: can adequate pay contribute to adequate family living standards?, Critical Social Policy, 38(2), pp.367-386, ISSN: 0261-0183. DOI: 10.1177/0261018317729469.

Davis, A, Hirsch, D, Padley, M (2017) The minimum income standard as a benchmark of a 'participatory social minimum', Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 26(1), pp.19-34, ISSN: 1759-8273. DOI: 10.1332/175982717X15087736009278.

Hirsch, D and Hill, K (2016) The additional cost of disability: a new measure and its application to sensory impairment, Taylor & Francis Online, 31(7), ISSN: 0968-7599. DOI: 10.1080/09687599.2016.1221334.

Davis, AAI, Hirsch, D, Iwanaga, R, Iwata, M, Shigekawa, J, Uzuki, Y, Yamada, A (2013) Comparing the Minimum Income Standard in the UK and  Japan: Methodology and Outcome, Social Policy and Society, DOI: 10.1017/S147474641300033X, pp.1-13, DOI: 10.1017/S147474641300033X.

Hirsch, DB (Accepted for publication) Paying for Children: The State's Changing Role and Income Adequacy, Journal of Social Policy, 42(3), pp.495-512, ISSN: 0047-2794. DOI: 10.1017/S0047279413000238.

Smith, N, Hirsch, D, Davis, AAI (2012) Accessibility and capability: the minimum transport needs and costs of rural households, Journal of Transport Geography, 21, pp.93-101.

Hirsch, DB (2012) ŤBenefit uprating: A return to human decency? Poverty, 141(Spring 2012), pp.6-9.

Davey, C and Hirsch, D (2011) Childcare in Universal Credit: will work pay for single parents?, Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 19(3), pp.289-294, ISSN: 1759-8273. DOI: 10.1332/175982711x597026.



Books

Hirsch, D and Valadez, L (2017) The living wage, Agenda Publishing, ISBN: 9781911116455.



Reports

Hirsch, D (2019) The cost of a child in 2019, Child Poverty Action Group151010871.

Hirsch, D (2019) A minimum income standard for the United Kingdom in 2019, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Hill, K and Hirsch, D (2019) ‌Family sharing – a minimum income standard for people in their 20s living with parents, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150393951, ISBN: 9780946831555.

Stone, J, Padley, M, Hirsch, D (2019) Households below a Minimum Income Standard: 2008/09 to 2016/17, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150392331, ISBN: 9781911581529.

Hirsch, D and Stone, J (2019) Lone parents under pressure, Centre for Research in Social Policy150394611, ISBN: 9780946831548.

Davis, A, Hirsch, D, Padley, M, Shepherd, C (2018) A Minimum Income Standard for the UK 2008-2018: continuity and change, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150391551, ISBN: 9781911581437.

Hirsch, D (2018) The affordability of legal proceedings for those excluded from eligibility for criminal legal aid, The Law Society150393171.

Hirsch, D (2018) The cost of a child in 2018, Child Poverty Action Group150395811.

Hill, K, Shepherd, C, Hirsch, D (2018) Experiences of living with visual impairment: matching income with needs, Thomas Pocklington Trust150392031, ISBN: 9780946831531.

Hirsch, D (2018) Priced out of justice? Means testing legal aid and making ends meet, The Law Society150392811.

Hill, K, Horsley, N, Hirsch, D, Padley, M (2017) Sight loss and Minimum Income Standards: the additional costs of severity and age, Thomas Pocklington Trust150394371, ISBN: 9780946831494.

Padley, M, Davis, A, Hirsch, D, Horsley, N, Valadez, L (2017) A Minimum Income Standard for London 2016/17, Trust for London150394851.

Padley, M, Hirsch, D, Valadez, L (2017) Households below a minimum income standard: 2008/09 to 2014/15, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150601731, ISBN: 9781910783900.

Padley, M and Hirsch, D (2017) A Minimum Income Standard for the UK in 2017, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150391971, ISBN: 9781911581093.

Hirsch, D, Valadez, L, Gardiner, L (2017) Consuming forces: generational living standards measured through household consumption, Resolution Foundation150604671.

Padley, M, Valadez, L, Hirsch, D (2017) Households below a Minimum Income Standard: 2009/09 to 2015/16, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150392151, ISBN: 9781911581185.

Padley, M and Hirsch, D (2016) Households below a minimum income standard: 2008/09 to 2013/14, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150604431, ISBN: 9781910783405.

Hill, K, Marshall, L, Hirsch, D, Padley, M (2016) Sight loss and minimum living standards: the additional costs of living for people of working age who are severely sight impaired and for people of pension age with acquired sight impairment, Thomas Pocklington Trust150603621, ISBN: 978-0946831-47-0.

Hirsch, D, Padley, M, Valadez, L (2016) A poverty indicator based on a minimum income standard, Centre for Research in Social Policy, Loughborough University150604491, ISBN: 978-0946831-48-7.

Davis, A, Hirsch, D, Hill, K, Padley, M (2016) A Minimum Income Standard for the UK in 2016, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150602151, ISBN: 9781910783665.

Hill, K, Davis, A, Hirsch, D, Marshall, L (2016) Falling short: the experiences of families living below the minimum income standard, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150604041, ISBN: 9781910783658.

Hirsch, D (2016) London weighting and London costs - a fresh approach?, Trust for London150603141.

Bramley, G, Hirsch, D, Littlewood, M, Watkins, D (2016) Counting the cost of UK poverty, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150604911, ISBN: 9781910783702.

Valadez, L and Hirsch, D (2016) Compilation of child poverty local indicators, update to December 2015, Child Poverty Action Group150602871.

Padley, M, Valadez, L, Hirsch, D (2015) Households below a minimum income standard: 2008/09 to 2012/13, The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) commissioned this paper as part of its programme on the Minimum Income Standard, which aims to define an 'adequate' income, based on what members of the public think is enough money to live on.150602211, ISBN: 9781909586710.

Hill, K, Davis, A, Hirsch, D, Padley, M, Smith, N (2015) Disability and minimum living standards: the additional costs of living for people who are sight impaired and people who are deaf, Thomas Pocklington Trust150604131.

Hirsch, D (2015) Paying the price - childcare in universal credit and implications for single parents, Gingerbread150391791.

Padley, M, Hill, K, Hirsch, D (2015) Minimum budgets for single people sharing accommodation, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150605151, ISBN: 978-0946831-42-5.

Valadez, L, Padley, M, Marshall, L, Hirsch, D, Davis, A (2015) A Minimum Income Standard for London, Trust for London150604311.

Diffley, M, McLean, C, Ozgul, I, Hockaday, C, Hirsch, D, Valadez, L (2015) Wider payment of the Living Wage in Scotland: issues for consideration, The Scottish Government150601971, ISBN: 9781785442629.

Hirsch, D and Valadez, L (2015) How much does the official measure of child poverty under-estimate its extent by failing to take account of childcare costs?, Gingerbread and Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG). Gingerbread funding for this report comes from Trust for London and Barrow Cadbury Trust, as part of the Paying the Price project. For more information, see www.gingerbread.org.uk/payingtheprice.150602451, ISBN: 9780946831432.

Hirsch, D (2015) A minimum income standard for the UK in 2015, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150603261, ISBN: 9781909586970.

Hirsch, D (2015) Will the 2015 summer budget improve living standards in 2020?, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150392931, ISBN: 9781910783115.

Hirsch, D (2015) The cost of a child in 2015, Child Poverty Action Group150392451.

Hirsch, D (2015) Children in London: the extra cost, Child Poverty Action Group150395271.

Davis, A, Hirsch, D, Padley, M, Marshall, L (2015) How much is enough? Reaching social consensus on minimum household needs, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150602091, ISBN: 9780946831463.

Valadez, LJ, Hirsch, D, Padley, M (2014) Local Child Poverty Indicators, Child Poverty Action Group.

Valadez, LJ, Hirsch, D, Padley, M (2014) Making Ends Meet in Leicester, Leicester City Council.

Padley, M and Hirsch, D (2014) Households below a minimum income standard: 2008/9 to 2011/12, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150601851, ISBN: 9781909586147.

Davis, A, Hirsch, D, Padley, M (2014) A Minimum Income Standard for the UK in 2014, pp.3-52, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150602811, ISBN: 978-1-90958-633-8.

Hirsch, D and Valadez, L (2014) Wages, taxes and top-ups: the changing role of the state in helping working families ends meet, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.150601491, ISBN: 978-1-909586-34-5.

Hirsch, D, Padley, M, Valadez, L (2014) Making ends meet in Leicester, Leicester City Council150602751.

Hirsch, D (2014) The cost of a child in 2014, Child Poverty Action Group150603501.

Gugushvili, D and Hirsch, D (2014) Means-testing or Universalism: what strategies best address poverty?, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150601911, ISBN: 9780946831401.

Hirsch, D and Valadez, L (2014) Child Poverty Map of the UK 2014, Child Poverty Action Group150603801.

Valadez, L and Hirsch, D (2014) Comparative analysis of Minimum Income Standards: Ireland and the United Kingdom, Applica sprl150603921.

Padley, M and Hirsch, D (2013) The child poverty map of the UK 2013, End Child Poverty.

Hartfree, YF, Hirsch, D, Sutton, L (2013) Minimum income standards and older pensioners’ needs, pp.1-34, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Padley, M, Bevan, M, Hirsch, D, Tunstall, R (2013) Minimum acceptable place standards, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150603981.

Hirsch, D, Bryan, A, Davis, A, Smith, N, Ellen, J, Padley, M (2013) A minimum income standard for remote and rural Scotland, Highlands and Islands Enterprise150604851.

Hirsch, D (2013) The cost of a child in 2013, Child Poverty Action Group150602391.

Hirsch, D and Hartfree, Y (2013) Does universal credit enable households to reach a minimum income standard?, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150603861.

Hirsch, D (2013) A minimum income standard for the UK in 2013, Joseph Rowntree Foundation150603561, ISBN: 978185935-9839.

Hirsch, D (2013) Addressing the poverty premium: approaches to regulation, Consumer Futures supported by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation150604971, ISBN: 978-1-907125-75-1.

Hirsch, D (2013) An estimate of the cost of child poverty in 2013, Child Poverty Action Group150602571.

Hirsch, DB, Sutton, E, Beckhelling, J (2012) The cost of a child in the twenty-first century, Child Poverty Action Group and Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Davis, AAI, Hirsch, D, Smith, ND, Beckhelling, J, Padley, M (2012) A minimum income standard for the UK in 2012: keeping up in hard times, pp.3-51, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, ISBN: 978-1-85935-928-0.

Davis, AAI, Hirsch, D, Smith, N, Beckhelling, J, Padley, M (2012) Minimum living standards in hard times: what people think, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Hirsch, DB (2012) Does the tax and benefit system create a couple penalty?, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Hirsch, DB (2012) Struggling to make ends meet. Single parents and income adequacy under universal credit, Gingerbread.

Perren, K, Roberts, S, Stafford, B, Hirsch, D (2012) Evaluation of the implementation of the Equality Act 2010: report 1 - organisational approaches to equality, Government Equalities Office150602331, ISBN: 978-1-78246-022-0.

Perren, K, Roberts, S, Stafford, B, Hirsch, D (2012) Evaluation of the implementation of the Equality Act 2010: report 2 - awareness and impact of the Equality Act, Government Equalities Office150604251, ISBN: 978-1-78246-023-7.

Perren, K, Roberts, S, Stafford, B, Hirsch, D, Padley, M (2012) Evaluation of the implementation of the Equality Act 2010: report 3 - disputes and challenges, Government Equalities Office150603321, ISBN: 978-1-78246-024-4.

Hirsch, D and Beckhelling, J (2012) Child poverty map of the UK [January 2012], End Child Poverty150605091.

Hirsch, DB, Preston, I, White, V (2011) Understanding Fuel Expenditure: Fuel Poverty and Spending on Fuel, Consumer Focus.

Hirsch, DB (2011) A minimum income standard for the UK in 2011, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Hirsch, DB (2011) Chidcare support and the hours trap, Resolution Foundation.

Hirsch, D, Plunkett, J, Beckhelling, J (2011) Priced Out: The new inflation and its impact on living standards, Resolution Foundation.

Hirsch, DB, Perren, K, Phung, V (2011) Globalisation and influences on the cost of a minimum living standard in the UK, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Hill, K, Sutton, L, Hirsch, D (2011) Living on a low income in later life,ISBN: 978-0-9568731-2-5.



Other

Hirsch, D (2015) Minimum income protection in flux [book review], Minimum income protection in flux [book review]. DOI: 10.1111/spol.12110_3.



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