Jeff Masters was a Research Associate at the Social Market Foundation.
Beveridge Rebooted: Social security for a networked age
This series of essays explores the crisis of legitimacy in working age welfare. It examines the policy options for what to do about financial support for the unemployed.
|Published:||15 August 2013|
|Author(s):||Ian Mulheirn, Jeff Masters, John Hutton|
A Better Beginning: Easing the cost of childcare
This paper proposes an entirely new policy - a National Childcare Contribution Scheme – to help parents manage the high costs of childcare over a number of years.
|Published:||07 February 2012|
|Author(s):||Ian Mulheirn, Jeff Masters, Ryan Shorthouse|
Savings on a Shoestring: A whole new approach to savings policy
With ideas from a No Lose Lottery to a Savings Smartcard, this report calls for creativity from policy makers, banks and businesses, to develop savings policy for people who don't much like to save.
|Published:||24 July 2011|
|Author(s):||Jeff Masters, Emily Farchy|
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