Jonathan Bradshaw

Professor Jonathan Bradshaw
Emeritus Professor

Visit Jonathan Bradshaw's profile on the York Research Database to see publications, projects, collaborators, related work and more.

Jonathan came to the University as a postgraduate in 1967. He is now Emeritus Professor having retired in 2014. He was founding Director of the Social Policy Research Unit and served two terms as Head of Department. He is now mainly working on child poverty and child well-being, from a comparative perspective. He is a Trustee of the Child Poverty Action Group and a Fellow of the British Academy. In 2013 the University of York published a selection of Jonathan's writing 'Jonathan Bradshaw on Social Policy: Selected Writings 1972-2011'. In his leisure time he gardens. For more details see Jonathan's York Research Profile.

Qualifications

  • BSS
  • MA, University of Dublin
  • DPhil, University of York

Current / recently completed research

European Social Policy Network2014 - 2018

The European Social Policy Network (ESPN) was established in July 2014 on the initiative of the European Commission to provide high quality and timely independent information, advice, analysis and expertise on social policy issues in the European Union and neighbouring countries.

Children's WorldsJanuary 2016 - December 2018

International comparative school based survey of eight, ten and twelve year old children’s subjective well-being in 2017

Children's WorldsJanuary 2016 - December 2018

International comparative school based survey of eight, ten and twelve year old children’s subjective well-being in 2017.

External roles