Dr Rod Hick
Hick, R. (forthcoming), ‘On “consistent” poverty’, Social Indicators Research.
Hick, R. (forthcoming), ‘Three perspectives on the mismatch between measures of material poverty’, British Journal of Sociology.
Hick, R. (forthcoming, 2013), ‘Poverty, preference or pensioners? Measuring material deprivation in the UK’, Fiscal Studies.
Hick, R. (2012), ‘The capability approach: Insights for a new poverty focus’, Journal of Social Policy, 41: 2, pp. 291-308.
Gough, O. and Hick, R. (2009), ‘Ethnic minorities, retirement planning and Personal Accounts’, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 29: 9/10.
Gough, O. and Hick, R. (2008), ‘Employee evaluations of occupational pensions’, Employee Relations, 31, 2, pp. 158-167.
Hick, R. and Burchardt, T. (forthcoming) ‘Capability Deprivation’, in Brady, D. and L.M. Burton. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Poverty and Society, Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Hick, R. (2013), ‘Poverty and Inequality’ in Mitchie, J. and Cooper, C. (eds), Understanding All Our Futures: Why Social Sciences Matter, Academy of Social Sciences/Palgrave.
Gough, O. and Hick, R. (2008), ‘Retirement Planning in the United Kingdom’, in Coggburn, J and Reddick, C. Handbook of Employee Benefits and Administration, (Chapter 9), pp. 161-178, Taylor and Francis.
Hick, R. (2012) ‘On “Consistent” Poverty’, CASEpaper No. 167, London, London School of Economics.
Hick. R. (2009) The social welfare pensions in Ireland: Pensioner poverty and gender, Dublin, Geary Institute Discussion Paper WP/2/09.
Arthur, L., Brennan, J., Hick, R, and Kimura, M. (2008) The context of higher education and employment: comparisons between different European countries. Bristol, HEFCE
Cochrane, A., Hudson, T. and Hick, R. (2006) ‘Local employment opportunities provided by higher education institutions’, in Brennan, J., Little, B. and Locke, W., (eds.) Higher Education’s effect on disadvantaged groups and communities: Report of an ESRC Network on cross-regional perspectives on the transformational impact of higher education on disadvantaged groups or communities, ESRC, CHERI/Pascal International / Continuum / University of Salford.