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Journal Articles

Hirsch, D (2020) After a decade of austerity, Does the UK have an income safety net worth its name?, pp.211-226.

Hill, K, Hirsch, D, Davis, A (2020) The role of social support networks in helping low income families through uncertain times, Social Policy and Society, 20(1), pp.17-32, ISSN: 1474-7464. DOI: 10.1017/S1474746420000184.

Hirsch, D, Concialdi, P, Math, A, Padley, M, Pereira, E, Pereirinha, J, Thornton, R (2020) The Minimum Income Standard and equivalisation: reassessing relative costs of singles and couples and of adults and children, Journal of Social Policy, 50(1), pp.148-167, ISSN: 0047-2794. DOI: 10.1017/S0047279419001004.

Hirsch, D, Stone, J, Padley, M, Valadez-Martinez, L (2019) The low income gap: a new indicator based on a minimum income standard, Social Indicators Research: an international and interdisciplinary journal for quality-of-life measurement, ISSN: 0303-8300.

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.

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 (2017) Contemporary UK wage floors and the calculation of a living wage, Employee Relations, 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.

Hirsch, D and Hill, K (2016) The additional cost of disability: a new measure and its application to sensory impairment, Disability & Society, 31(7), pp.897-913, 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

Hill, K, Hirsch, D, Stone, J, Webber, R (2020) Home Truths: Young adults living with their parents in low to middle income families, Standard Life Foundation.

Hirsch, D and Stone, J (2020) Local indicators of child poverty after housing costs, 2018/19. Summary of estimates of child poverty after housing costs in local authorities and parliamentary constituencies, 2014/15 – 2018/19, End Child Poverty.

Hirsch, D and Stone, J (2020) The cost of pensioner poverty and the non-take-up of Pension Credit, Independent Age.

Davis, A, Hirsch, D, Padley, M, Shepherd, C (2020) A Minimum Income Standard for the United Kingdom in 2020, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, ISBN: 9781911581819.

Davis, A, Hecht, K, Burchardt, T, Gough, I, Hirsch, D, Rowlingson, K, Summers, K (2020) Living on different incomes in London: can public consensus identify a 'riches line'?.

Hirsch, D (2019) The cost of a child in 2019.

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,ISBN: 9780946831555.

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

Hirsch, D and Stone, J (2019) Lone parents under pressure,ISBN: 9780946831548.

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

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

Hirsch, D (2018) The cost of a child in 2018.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Padley, M and Hirsch, D (2016) Households below a minimum income standard: 2008/09 to 2013/14,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,ISBN: 978-0946831-47-0.

Hirsch, D, Padley, M, Valadez, L (2016) A poverty indicator based on a minimum income standard,ISBN: 978-0946831-48-7.

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

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

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

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

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

Padley, M, Valadez, L, Hirsch, D (2015) Households below a minimum income standard: 2008/09 to 2012/13,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.

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

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

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

Diffley, M, McLean, C, Ozgul, I, Hockaday, C, Hirsch, D, Valadez, L (2015) Wider payment of the Living Wage in Scotland: issues for consideration,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?,ISBN: 9780946831432.

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

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

Hirsch, D (2015) The cost of a child in 2015.

Hirsch, D (2015) Children in London: the extra cost.

Davis, A, Hirsch, D, Padley, M, Marshall, L (2015) How much is enough? Reaching social consensus on minimum household needs,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,ISBN: 9781909586147.

Davis, A, Hirsch, D, Padley, M (2014) A Minimum Income Standard for the UK in 2014, pp.3-52, 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,ISBN: 978-1-909586-34-5.

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

Hirsch, D (2014) The cost of a child in 2014.

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

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

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

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

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.

Hirsch, D (2013) The cost of a child in 2013.

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

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

Hirsch, D (2013) Addressing the poverty premium: approaches to regulation,ISBN: 978-1-907125-75-1.

Hirsch, D (2013) An estimate of the cost of child poverty in 2013.

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,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,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,ISBN: 978-1-78246-024-4.

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

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.



Figures

Hirsch, D, Padley, M, Stone, J, Valadez, L (Accepted for publication) Supplementary Information Files for 'The low income gap: a new indicator based on a minimum income standard'.



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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