Bristol: The Policy Press, 2003
This book examines how shifting gender relations interact with pension reforms, raising questions about distributional equity in the context of gendered familial responsibilities. New patterns of pension advantage are emerging, influenced by partnership status, parenthood, class and ethnicity.
Committee of Public Accounts
London: TSO, 2003 (House of Commons papers, session 2002/03; HC616)
Committee examined action taken by the Department for Work and Pensions to address the inherited SERPS problem. This arose out of the failure of the then Department of Social Security to inform the public about changes in inheritance arrangements for the State Earnings Related Pension scheme. Report focuses on compensation arrangements, improving the quality of customer records, and improving the quality of oral and written communication by the Department to the public.