WRITING

ARTICLES

2022, ‘Why Isn’t There More Support for Progressive Taxation of Wealth? A Sociological Contribution to the Wider Debate’ (with Mike Savage and Katharina Hecht), LSE Public Policy Review (link)

2022, 'Interviews in the social sciences' (with Eleanor Knott, Aliya Hamid Rao and Chana Teeger), Nature Reviews Methods Primers (link)

2022, 'Deliberating Inequality: A Blueprint for Studying the Social Formation of Beliefs about Economic Inequality' (with Fabien Accominotti, Tania Burchardt, Katharina Hecht, Elizabeth Mann and Jonathan Mijs), Social Justice Research (link)

2022, ‘Mediating the claim? How ‘local ecosystems of support’ shape the operation and experience of UK social security’ (with Daniel Edmiston, David Robertshaw, David Young, Jo Ingold ,Andrea Gibbons, Lisa Scullion, Ben Baumberg Geiger and Robert de Vries), Social Policy and Administration (link)

2021, ‘Guiding principles for social security policy: outcomes from a bottom-up approach’ (with Michael Orton and Rosa Morris), Social Policy and Administration (link)

2021, ‘The Long and Short of It: The temporal significance of wealth and income’ (with Katharina Hecht), Social Policy and Administration (link)

2020, ‘For the Greater Good? Ethical reflections on interviewing the ‘rich’ and ‘poor’ in qualitative research’, International Journal of Social Research Methodology (link)

2020, ‘Universal Simplicity? The alleged simplicity of Universal Credit from administrative and claimant perspectives’ (with David Young), The Journal of Poverty and Social Justice (link)

BOOK CHAPTERS

2022, 'Welfare at a (Social) Distance: Accessing social security and employment support during the Covid-19 and its aftermath' (with David Robertshaw, Lisa Scullion, Daniel Edmiston, Ben Baumberg Geiger, Andrea Gibbons, Jo Ingold, Robert De Vries, and David Young) in Garthwaite et al. (eds.) Covid-19 Collaborations: Researching Poverty and Low-Income Family Life During the Pandemic Bristol: Policy Press.

2022, 'The Commission on Social Security and participatory research during the pandemic: new context, abiding challenges' (with Michael Orton and Rosa Morris) in Garthwaite et al. (eds.) Covid-19 Collaborations: Researching Poverty and Low-Income Family Life During the Pandemic Bristol: Policy Press. 

2019, ‘Poverty development in affluent welfare states’, in, B. Greve (ed.), Routledge International Handbook of Poverty. (link)

REPORTS

Hunger and the welfare state: Food insecurity among benefit claimants during COVID-19, Geiger, Edmiston, Scullion, Summers, de Vries, Ingold, Robertshaw and Young (2021). Welfare at a (Social) Distance Project Report.


Solidarity in a crisis? Trends in attitudes to benefits during COVID-19, de Vries, Geiger, Scullion, Summers, Edmiston, Ingold, Robertshaw and Young (2021). Welfare at a (Social) Distance Project Report.


Should social security reach further? Ineligibility for benefits at the start of COVID-19, Geiger, Scullion, Summers, Martin, Lawler, Edmiston, Gibbons, Ingold, Robertshaw, and de Vries (2021). Welfare at a (Social) Distance Project Report.


Non-take-up of benefits at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Geiger, Scullion, Summers, Martin, Lawler, Edmiston, Gibbons, Ingold, Robertshaw, and de Vries (2021). Welfare at a (Social) Distance Project Report.


Navigating Pandemic Social Security: Benefits, Employment and Crisis Support during COVID-19, Edmiston, Robertshaw, Gibbons, Ingold, Geiger, Scullion, Summers, and Young (2021). Welfare at a (Social) Distance Project Report.


Claimants' experiences of the social security system during the first wave of COVID-19, Summers, Scullion, Geiger, Robertshaw, Edmiston, Gibbons, Karagiannaki, De Vries and Ingold (2021). Welfare at a (Social) Distance Project Report. It was covered in the Guardian.


At the edge of the safety net: Unsuccessful benefits claims at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Geiger, Scullion, Summers, Martin, Lawler, Edmiston, Gibbons, Ingold, Karagiannaki, Robertshaw, and de Vries, R (2020). Welfare at a (Social) Distance Rapid Report #3. It was covered in the Guardian and the Big Issue.


Who are the new COVID-19 cohort of benefit claimants?, Edmiston, Geiger, De Vries, Scullion, Summers, Ingold, Robertshaw, Gibbons, and Karagiannaki (2020). Welfare at a (Social) Distance Rapid Report #2.


Claiming But Connected to Work. Geiger, Karagiannaki, Edmiston, Scullion, Summers, Ingold, Robertshaw, and Gibbons (2020). Welfare at a (Social) Distance Rapid Report #1.


Living on Different Incomes in London: Can public consensus identify a ‘riches line’?, Davis, Hecht, Burchardt, Gough, Hirsch, Rowlingson and Summers (2020). Trust for London.