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Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  09 March 2020

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Kevin Farnsworth - University of Sheffield, UK

Zoë Irving - University of Sheffield, UK

Emeritus Editors

Brij Mohan - Louisiana State University, USA

Christian Aspalter - The University of Hong Kong/Institut Social, Malaysia

Mark Drakeford - University of Cardiff, UK

Editorial Board

Priscilla Allen -Louisiana State University, US

Raymond K.H. Chan -City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Fiona Dukelow -University College Cork, Ireland

Menno Fenger -Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands

Liam Foster -University of Sheffield, UK

Jasmine Gideon -Birkbeck College/ London International Development Centre, UK

Alberto Godenzi -Boston College, US

Bent Greve -Roskilde University, Denmark

Peter Herrmann -European Social, Organisational and Science Consultancy, Ireland

Ijin Hong -Sungshin Women's University, South Korea

Rod Hick -Cardiff University

Mark Hyde -University of Plymouth, UK

Maria Iacovou -University of Essex, UK

Rana Jawad -University of Bath, UK

Sonia Kapur -University of Arkansas, US

Patricia Kennett -University of Bristol, UK

Patrick Leung -University of Houston, US

Mark Lusk -University of Texas at El Paso US

Michael Noble -University of Oxford, UK

Jason Powell -Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Steven R. Rose -George Mason University, US

Fabio Sabatini -Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Ming-Sum Tsui -Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

Ritu, Vij -University of Aberdeen, UK

Bernhard Weicht- Utrecht University, Netherlands

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