Professor Jonathan Bradshaw FBA
Social security policy; poverty and living standards; child well-being; and comparative social policy
- UK Fellow
Jonathan Bradshaw CBE is Emeritus Professor of Social Policy at the University of York where he worked from 1968-2012. He was founding Director of the Social Policy Research Unit and served twice as Head of the Department of Social Policy and Social Work. His research interests are child well-being, living standards and comparative social policy. He is UK coordinator of the EU European Social Policy Network and a PI on the Children's Worlds project. He is a member of the board of the Child Poverty Action Group and Chair of their Social Policy Committee. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences. He is an Honorary Fellow of UNICEF UK and has been a consultant to UNICEF Office for Research. He has been awarded doctorates honoris causa by the University of Turku and Bath University. His colleagues published a collection of his Selected Writings 1972-2011 in 2013.
Emeritus Professor of Social Policy, University of York
University of York Professor of Social Policy, University of York;
Jan 1970 -
University of York Emeritus Professor of Social Policy
Jan 1970 -
Professor Francesco Billari FBA
Demography; life course; family and fertility; transition to adulthood; social norms; comparative and cross-national research; social statistics; agent-based modelling
Professor James Nazroo FBA
The social and economic factors, including racism, leading to ethnic inequalities in health; inequalities experienced in later life and how these are driven by processes operating across the life course.