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Social exclusion and social justice: a rural perspective on resource allocation

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The process by which the UK government allocates resources for public sector services has rarely been scrutinised from the perspective of social exclusion or social justice. Yet, not only is a significant proportion of public expenditure targeted at just these issues but also the resulting per capita and areal allocations vary significantly with important implications for distributional equity. One product is an apparent urban/rural divide. This article draws on examples of both discretionary and mainstream funding mechanisms to explore the consequences for social exclusion and social justice in rural areas, finding concern for both vulnerable groups and universal welfare.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 2009

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