Bennett, Fran and Sung, Siring, “Gender Implications of UK Welfare Reform and Government Equality Duties: Evidence from Qualitative Studies”, Oñati Socio-Legal Studies 3:7 (2013), pp. 1202-1221.
Bonoli, Giuliano, “Time Matters: Postindustrialisation, New Social Risks and Welfare State Adaptation in Advanced Industrial Democracies”, Comparative Political Studies 40:5 (2007), pp. 495-520.
Bonoli, Giuliano, Origins of Active Social Policy: Labour Market and Childcare Policies (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2013).
Browne, James, The Impact of Austerity Measures in Households with Children, report of the Family and Parenting Institute, January 2012, http://www.ifs.org.uk/publications/5973. Accessed 5th February 2014.
Daly, Mary, “Shifts in Family Policy in the UK under New Labour”, Journal of European Social Policy 20:5 (2010), pp. 433-443.
Daniel, Paul, “Conservative policy and the family” in Huw Bochel (ed.), The Conservative Party and Social Policy (Bristol, The Policy Press, 2011), pp. 197-214.
Department for Education, “More Affordable Childcare”, July 3013 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/212671/More_Affordable_Childcare.pdf. Accessed 31st January 2014.
Farnsworth, Kevin and Irving, Zoe (eds), Social policy in Challenging Times: Economic Crisis and Welfare Systems (Bristol, Policy Press, 2011).
Fleckenstein, Timo and Seeleib-Kaiser, Martin, “Business Skills and the Welfare State: the Political Economy of Employment-Oriented Family Policy in Britain and Germany”, Journal of European Social Policy 21:2 (2011), pp. 136-149.
Grimshaw, Damian and Rubery, Jill, “The End of the UK’s Liberal Collectivist Social Model? The Implications of the Coalition Government’s Policy during the Austerity Crisis”, Cambridge Journal of Economics 36:1 (2012), pp. 105-126.
Hall, Peter, “Policy Paradigm, Social Learning and the State: the Case of Economic Policy Making in Britain”, Comparative Politics, 25:3 (1993), pp. 275-296.
Haux, Tina, “Balancing Work and Family Life – the Next Big Challenge for Policy-Makers”, Journal of European Social Policy 21:3 (2011), pp. 274-277.
Korpi, Walter, “Power Resources and Employer-Centred Approaches in Explanations of Welfare States and Varieties of Capitalism: Protagonists, Consenters and Antagonists”, World Politics 58:2 (2004), pp. 167-206.
Lewis, Jane and Campbell, Mary, “Work/Family Balance Policies in the UK since 1997: a New Departure?”, Journal of Social Policy 36:3 (2007), pp. 365-381.
Lewis, Jane, “Continuity and Change in English Childcare Policy 1960-2000”, Social Politics 20:3 (2013), pp. 358-386.
Macleavy, Julie, “A New Politics of Austerity, Workfare and Gender? The UK Coalition Government’s Welfare Reform Proposal”, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 4 (2011), pp. 355-367.
Marshall, Thomas Humphrey, Citizenship and Social Class and Other Essays (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1950).
Matzke, Margitta and Ostner, Ilona, “Postscript: Ideas and Agents of Change in Time”, Journal of European Social Policy 20:5 (2010), pp. 468-476.
Milner, Susan, “‘Choice’ and ‘Flexibility’ in Reconciling Work and Family: Towards a Convergence in Policy Discourse on Work and Family in France and the UK?”, Policy and Politics 38:1 (2010), pp. 3-21.
Morgan, Kimberley, “Path Shifting of the Welfare State: Electoral Competition and the Expansion of Work-Family Policies in Western Europe”, World Politics 65:1 (2013), pp. 73-115.
O’Brien, Margaret, “Fitting Fathers into Work-Family Policies: International Challenges in Turbulent Times”, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 33:9/10 (2013), pp. 542-564.
Ritter, Jill and Stocker, Katherine, Childcare Costs Survey 2014, Family and Childcare Trust, (2014), http://www.familyandchildcaretrust.org/annual-childcare-costs-surveys. Accessed 20th May 2014.
Rubery, Jill and Rafferty, Anthony, “Women and Recession Revisited”, Work, Employment and Society 27:3 (2013), pp. 414-432.
Scott, Jacqueline and Clery, Elizabeth, “Gender roles”, British Social Attitudes Survey 30, http://www.bsa.natcen.ac.uk/latest-report/british-social-attitudes-30/gender-roles/public-attitudes-to-parental-leave.aspx. Accessed 4th May 2014.
Sly, Frances, “Mothers in the Labour Market”, Employment Gazette (November 1994), pp. 403-413.
Van Der Eyken, Willem, The DHSS Under-Fives Initiative 1983-1987, Final Report (London, Department of Health and Social Security, 1987).
Waldegrave, Harriet, Quality Childcare: Improving Early Years Childcare (London, Policy Exchange, 2013), http://www.policyexchange.org.uk/publications/category/item/quality-childcare-improving-early-years-childcare. Accessed 14th February 2014.