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    INNOSI Project - Troubled families in Greater Manchester - UK

    Ozan, Jessica, O’Leary, Chris, Baines, Susan and Bailey, GM (2018) INNOSI Project - Troubled families in Greater Manchester - UK. [Dataset]

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    Abstract

    In broad terms, Social Investment is a distinctive approach in social policy that perceives welfare spending as a form of long-term investment, with an emphasis on improving human capital and expanding labour market participation. The underpinning principles of Troubled Families include early intervention with children and sustained employment for parents. In this way the programme aligns with Social Investment.

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