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Berglöf, Erik and Rashkovan, Vladyslav (2023) Reconstructing and reforming Ukraine. LSE Public Policy Review, 3 (1). ISSN 2633-4046

Besley, Timothy and Dray, Sacha (2023) The political economy of lockdown: does free media matter? European Journal of Political Economy, 78. ISSN 0176-2680

Bevan, Gwyn (2023) The Attlee settlement’s failures: stagflation, slums in the sky and educational geography. In: How Did Britain Come to This? A Century of Systemic Failures of Governance. LSE Press, London, UK, 91 - 108. ISBN 9781911712107

Bevan, Gwyn (2023) Economic and geographical fault lines. In: How Did Britain Come to This? A Century of Systemic Failures of Governance. LSE Press, London, UK, 21 - 52. ISBN 9781911712107

Bevan, Gwyn (2023) Healthcare: to marketise or not to marketise? In: How Did Britain Come to This? A Century of Systemic Failures of Governance. LSE Press, London, UK, 197 - 219. ISBN 9781911712107

Bevan, Gwyn ORCID: 0000-0003-2123-3770 (2023) How did Britain come to this? A century of systemic failures of governance. LSE Press, London, UK. ISBN 9781911712107

Bevan, Gwyn (2023) Marketisation in education. In: How Did Britain Come to This? A Century of Systemic Failures of Governance. LSE Press, London, UK, 173 - 196. ISBN 9781911712107

Bevan, Gwyn (2023) Neoliberalism and the new Thatcher settlement. In: How Did Britain Come to This? A Century of Systemic Failures of Governance. LSE Press, London, UK, 109 - 138. ISBN 9781911712107

Bevan, Gwyn (2023) Playing the opening and middle games against Covid-19. In: How Did Britain Come to This? A Century of Systemic Failures of Governance. LSE Press, London, UK, 221 - 261. ISBN 9781911712107

Bevan, Gwyn (2023) Why governance matters – analysing systemic failures in the NHS. In: How Did Britain Come to This? A Century of Systemic Failures of Governance. LSE Press, London, UK, 1 - 20. ISBN 9781911712107

Bevan, Gwyn (2023) The interwar period and the Attlee settlement. In: How Did Britain Come to This? A Century of Systemic Failures of Governance. LSE Press, London, UK, 53 - 89. ISBN 9781911712107

Bevan, Gwyn (2023) The ‘make or buy’ decision: the UK’s ‘parastate’ after privatisation and outsourcing. In: How Did Britain Come to This? A Century of Systemic Failures of Governance. LSE Press, London, UK, 139 - 172. ISBN 9781911712107

Bucelli, Irene (2023) The economy and poverty. In: Schweiger, Gottfried and Sedmak, Clemens, (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy and Poverty. Routledge Handbooks in Applied Ethics. Routledge, Abgindon, UK, 492 - 504. ISBN 9780367750992

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Chadha, Jagjit S. (2023) Mr Putin and the chronicle of a normalisation foretold. LSE Public Policy Review, 3 (1). ISSN 2633-4046

Coker, Christopher (2023) The war in Ukraine and the return of history. LSE Public Policy Review, 3 (1). ISSN 2633-4046

Cox, Michael (2023) Comrades? Xi, Putin, and the challenge to the West. LSE Public Policy Review, 3 (1). ISSN 2633-4046

Cox, Michael (2023) The international system in the shadow of the Russian war in Ukraine. LSE Public Policy Review, 3 (1). ISSN 2633-4046

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Düben, Björn Alexander (2023) Revising history and ‘gathering the Russian lands’: Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian nationhood. LSE Public Policy Review, 3 (1). ISSN 2633-4046

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Elston, Thomas and Zhang, Yuxi (2023) Implementing public accounts committee recommendations: evidence from the UK government's 'progress reports' since 2012. Parliamentary Affairs, 76 (3). 662 - 693. ISSN 0031-2290

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Ghatak, Dipanwita, Sahoo, Soham, Sarkar, Sudipa and Sharma, Varun (2023) Who eats last? Intra-household gender inequality in food allocation among children in educationally backward areas of India. Population Studies. ISSN 0032-4728

Glyniadaki, Katerina (2023) How organisations and individuals can manage migration and change. LSE Business Review (09 Jun 2023). Blog Entry.

Glyniadaki, Katerina, Ratzmann, Nora and Stier, Julia (2023) What impact do information initiatives have on migration from Africa to Europe? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (15 Jun 2023). Blog Entry.

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Hammoud Gallego, Omar and Freier, Luisa Feline (2023) Symbolic refugee protection: explaining Latin America’s liberal refugee laws. American Political Science Review, 117 (2). 454 - 473. ISSN 1537-5943

Harris, Peter, Marinova, Iren and Gricius, Gabriella (2023) War in Ukraine in a polarised America. LSE Public Policy Review, 3 (1). ISSN 2633-4046

Hughes Tuohy, Carolyn, Bevan, Gwyn ORCID: 0000-0003-2123-3770 and Brown, Adalsteinn D. (2023) Institutional boundaries and the challenges of aligning science advice and policy dynamics: the UK and Canada in the time of COVID-19. Health Economics, Policy and Law, 18 (4). 377 - 394. ISSN 1744-1331

Hügler, Beatrice, Flynn, Rebecca, Heeckt, Catarina, da Cruz, Nuno F. ORCID: 0000-0003-3381-6359, Herrmann, Andreas and Rode, Philipp (2023) What keeps us driving? Exploring sociodemographic patterns and underlying motives of mode choice in cities. LSE Cities Working Papers. LSE Cities, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

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Kovacs, Roxanne J., Dunaiski, Maurice and Tukiainen, Janne (2023) The effect of compulsory face mask policies on community mobility in Germany. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 125 (4). 1027 - 1055. ISSN 0347-0520

Krawchenko, Tamara (2023) Ukraine’s decentralisation reforms and the path to reconstruction, recovery and European integration. LSE Public Policy Review, 3 (1). ISSN 2633-4046

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Lokot, Tetyana (2023) Russia’s networked authoritarianism in Ukraine’s occupied territories during the full-scale invasion: control and resilience. LSE Public Policy Review, 3 (1). ISSN 2633-4046

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Mertens, Matthias and Mottironi, Bernardo (2023) Do larger firms exert more market power? Markups and markdowns along the size distribution. CEP Discussion Papers (CEPDP1945). London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance, London, UK.

Mukasheva, Zhamilya ORCID: 0000-0002-4562-6272, Collignon, Sofia and Hackett, Ursula (2023) Electoral accountability for rising tuition in the US: evidence from a survey experiment and observational data. The Journal of Higher Education. ISSN 0022-1546

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Pritchett, Lant (2023) Rely (only) on the rigorous evidence” is bad advice. Review of Development Economics. ISSN 1363-6669

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Rode, Philipp (2023) Fairness and the sufficiency turn in urban transport. Journal of City Climate Policy and Economy. ISSN 2816-7414

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Stephens, Thomas C. (2023) Change, stagnation, and polarisation in UK job quality, 2012-2021: evidence from a new Quality of Work index. CASEpaper (230). Centre for the Analysis of Social Exclusion, The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Stephens, Thomas C. ORCID: 0000-0001-6190-8029 (2023) The quality of work (QoW): towards a capability theory. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 24 (3). 309 - 335. ISSN 1945-2829

Stephens, Tom Stephens ORCID: 0000-0001-6190-8029 (2023) Higher wages, but insufficient earnings? The missing role of take-home pay in UK job quality. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Oct 2023). Blog Entry.

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Tocci, Nathalie (2023) Europe and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: where does the EU stand? LSE Public Policy Review, 3 (1). ISSN 2633-4046

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Wang, Yan and Luo, Ting (2023) Politicizing for the idol: China’s idol fandom nationalism in pandemic. Information Communication and Society, 26 (2). 304 - 320. ISSN 1369-118X

Wilson, Olwen and Flahault, Antoine (2023) China’s U-turn in its COVID-19 policy. Anaesthesia Critical Care and Pain Medicine, 42 (2). ISSN 2352-5568

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Yekelchyk, Serhy (2023) The making of independent Ukraine. LSE Public Policy Review, 3 (1). ISSN 2633-4046

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