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1 In Practice the theory is different. Al Roulstone De Montfort University UK

2 Parallel Lives in Research –Beatty, C. and Fothergill, S. (1996) Labour market adjustment in areas of chronic industrial decline: the case of the UK coalfields, Regional Studies, vol. 30, pp 627-640. –Bewley, H., Dorsett, R. and Haile, G. (2007) The Impact of Pathways to Work, Department for Work and Pensions Research Report 435, Leeds: Corporate Document Services. –Department for Work and Pensions (2002) Pathways to work: Helping people into employment, The Stationery Office, London. –Department for Work and Pensions (2006) A new deal for welfare: Empowering people to work, The Stationery Office, London. –Department for Work and Pensions (2007) In work, better off: Next steps to full employment, The Stationery Office, London. –Hedges A. and Sykes, W. (2001), Moving between sickness and work, DWP Research Report 151, Department for Work and Pensions, Leeds. –Kemp, P.A., Sunden, A. and Bakker Tauritz, B. (eds) (2006) Sick societies? Trends in disability benefits in post-industrial welfare states, International Social Security Association, Geneva. –Labour Force Survey (2006) http://www.statistics.gov.uk –Legard, R., Lewis, J., Hiscock, J. and Scott, J. (2002) Evaluation of the Capability Report: Identifying the work-related capabilities of Incapacity Benefits claimants, DWP research report No. 162, Corporate Document Services, Le

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