Judging Social Security: The Adjudication of Claims for Benefit in Britain (Hardback)
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Short Description for Judging Social Security An examination of the operation and efficiency of social security adjudication in Britain. It highlights the divergence between the way the system is meant to work and its operation in practice and questions the current emphasis within the social security system on procedural fairness.
- Published: 01 June 1994
- Format: Hardback 236 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780198257202 ISBN 10: 0198257201
Full description for Judging Social Security
Judging Social Security examines the operation and efficiency of social security adjudication, starting from the premise that open and fair procedures for the adjudication of legal entitlements are essential to the good functioning of social security systems but concluding that even procedural fairness cannot compensate for substantive injustice in the entitlements adjudicated on. The study is based upon empirical data gathered as part of a large-scale study of first-tier decision-making within the system.