Welfare Reform Digest
We systematically scan the quality press, the British Library's intake of social science books and government publications, and a wide range of trade and academic journals in print and electronic formats to identify on the latest news, research and comment on welfare reform. We then produce full bibliographic references with detailed abstracts to give both the flavour of the cut and thrust of the debate and an overview of the research literature.
We include hotlinks to journal and newspaper articles and research reports which are available free on the Internet, and to the home pages of academic journals. If your institution subscribes to the journal, you will be able to access the article using your user id and password. If not, publishers often have the facility on their web sites to sell offprints, or you can order the article for delivery to your home or office from the British Library. Please note that fees will be payable for document supply.
If you would like to order an article from the British Library's Document Supply Centre, please follow the instructions in our guide.
For earlier material see Welfare Reform on the Web, March 1999-May 2012