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Prabhakar, Rajiv (2008). The assets agenda: principles and policy. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan.

Prabhakar, Rajiv; Rowlingson, Karen and White, Stuart (2008). How to Defend Inheritance Tax. Fabian ideas, 623. Fabian Society.

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Prabhakar, Rajiv (2021). What lessons may be drawn from media reactions to a universal basic income? In: Borden, Sandra L. ed. The Routledge Companion to Media and Poverty. Routledge Media and Cultural Studies Companions. New York, USA: Routledge, pp. 371–379.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2018). Personal Finance in Context. In: de Henau, Jérôme and Lowe, Jonquil eds. Personal Finance. Milton Keynes: The Open University, pp. 159–204.

Prabhakar, Rajiv; Lymer, Andy and Rowlingson, Karen (2017). Does information about wealth inequality and inheritance tax raise public support for the wealth taxes? Evidence from a UK survey. In: Peeters, Bruno; Gribnau, Hans and Badisco, Jo eds. Building Trust in Taxation. Cambridge: Intersentia, pp. 335–354.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2015). Why do the public oppose inheritance taxes? In: Gaisbauer, Helmut P.; Schweiger, Gottfried and Sedmak, Clemens eds. Philosophical Explorations of Justice and Taxation: National and Global Issues. Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice (40). Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 151–166.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2012). Does the financial crisis create opportunities for wealth taxation? In: Erreygers, Guido and Cunliffe, John eds. Inherited Wealth, Justice and Equality. Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy (165). Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 141–153.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2011). Debating the 'death tax': the politics of inheritance tax in the UK. In: Holden, Chris; Kilkey, Majella and Ramia, Gaby eds. Analysis and Debate in Social Policy. Social Policy Review (23). Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 85–102.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2011). What is the legacy of New Labour? In: Lee, Simon and Beech, Matt eds. The Cameron-Clegg Government: Coalition Politics in an Age of Austerity. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan, pp. 24–37.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2010). Reforming public services: the views of the main parties. In: Griffiths, Simon and Hickson, Kevin eds. British Party Politics and Ideology after New Labour. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan, pp. 195–207.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2008). Assets and citizenship. In: White, Stuart and Leighton, Daniel eds. Building a Citizen Society. London: Lawrence-Wishart.

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Prabhakar, Rajiv (2020). Covid-19 and the Child Trust Fund. Renewal: A journal of social democracy, 28(4) pp. 59–72.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2019). Should Basic Payment Accounts be Extended? Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 27(1) pp. 139–144.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2013). Asset-based welfare: financialization or financial inclusion? Critical Social Policy, 33(4) pp. 658–678.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2012). What do people think of taxation? Evidence from a focus group study in England. Journal of European Social Policy, 22(1) pp. 77–89.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2010). The Child Trust Fund in the UK: How might opening rates by parents be increased? Children and Youth Services Review, 32(11) pp. 1544–1547.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2009). Can public opposition to inheritance tax be weakened? Public Policy and Administration, 24(3) pp. 227–244.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2009). What is the future for asset-based welfare? Public Policy Research, 16(1) pp. 51–56.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2009). The assets agenda and social policy. Social Policy and Administration, 43(1) pp. 54–69.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2008). Wealth taxes: stories, metaphors and public attitudes. The Political Quarterly, 79(2) pp. 172–178.

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Prabhakar, Rajiv (2021). Tax Strategy and Government Policy. House of Commons Library.

Prabhakar, Rajiv; Lloyd, James and Mulheirn, Ian (2010). Better but cheaper? Reforming the Child Trust Fund. The Social Market Foundation, London, UK.

Dolphin, Tony and Prabhakar, Rajiv (2010). Asset-based welfare and child poverty: next steps for the Welsh Assembly. Institute for Public Policy Research.

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