Incapacity Benefit Reforms Pilot: Findings from a longitudinal panel of clients

Corden, A., Nice, K. and Sainsbury, R. 2005. Incapacity Benefit Reforms Pilot: Findings from a longitudinal panel of clients. Leeds Corporate Document Services.

TitleIncapacity Benefit Reforms Pilot: Findings from a longitudinal panel of clients
AuthorsCorden, A., Nice, K. and Sainsbury, R.
Abstract

The Incapacity Benefit reforms were introduced in October 2003 and aim to increase the number of incapacity benefit recipients who move towards and into paid work. The package of measures that comprise the reforms is being Piloted in seven areas of England, Scotland and Wales. This report is based on research conducted by the Social Policy Research Unit, the National Centre for Social Research and the Policy Studies Institute in 2004/05 and presents findings from the first cohort of a longitudinal qualitative study of the views and experiences of incapacity benefit recipients who have taken part in the Pilots.

Year2005
PublisherCorporate Document Services
Place of publicationLeeds
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Published2005
ISBN1841238422
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