Centre for the Analysis of Social Exclusion

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Coordinates: 51°30′52.8″N 0°6′56.6″W / 51.514667°N 0.115722°W / 51.514667; -0.115722

The Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion (CASE) is a British research institute at the Suntory and Toyota International Centres for Economic and Related Disciplines (STICERD) at the London School of Economics.

It lists its core research areas as:

  • economic exclusion and income dynamics
  • social welfare institutions
  • family change and civil society
  • community, area polarisation and regeneration
  • exclusion and society.

It states that its aim is to "understand the dynamic processes at work within its areas of study and to investigate the individual characteristics and social institutions which prevent exclusion, and promote recovery, regeneration and inclusion."

Its director is professor John Hills.

It has received funding from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the Nuffield Foundation, the Gatsby Charitable Foundation, the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, the Home Office, UNICEF and the Sutton Trust.

References

  • The Daily Telegraph, November 4, 2002 - Private school pupils 'should pay university top-up fees' - By Liz Lightfoot, Education Correspondent
  • The Guardian, Wednesday February 21, 2007 - An equitable answer? - Social policy professor John Hills has been wrestling with how we can better use existing social housing to help the most vulnerable make the most of their lives. Alison Benjamin takes him to task on his findings

External links

  • Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion Official site.
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