Abigail leads the qualitative element of the Minimum Income Standards Research. She is also responsible for devising and delivering training packages on developing budget standards using the MIS approach for researchers in other countries. Collaborations include work in Austria, France, Japan, Portugal, Ireland, Mexico, Singapore, Thailand and South Africa.
- Padley, M., Davis, A., Shepherd, C. and Stone, J. (2019) A Minimum Income Standard for London 2018. London: Trust for London.
- Davis, A., Hirsch, D., Padley, M. and Shepherd, C. (2018) A Minimum Income Standard for the UK, 2008-2018: continuity and change. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
- Hill, K. and Davis, A. (2018) Making Ends Meet Below the Minimum Income Standard: families’ experiences over time. Loughborough: Centre for Research in Social Policy.
- Davis, A., Hirsch, D. and Padley, M. (2017) ‘The Minimum Income Standard as a benchmark of a ‘participatory social minimum’’, Journal of Poverty and Social Justice. doi:10.1332/175982717X15087736009278
- Padley, M., Davis, A. Hirsch, D., Horsley, N. and Valadez, L. (2017) A Minimum Income Standard for London 2016/17. London: Trust for London.
- Byaruhanga, C., Davis, A., Mpike, M., Ntshongwana, P., Padley, M., Wright, G. and Zembe-Mkabile, W. (2017) A Decent Living level: a pilot of the Minimum Income Standard Approach in South Africa. Cape Town: SASPRI.
- Hill, K., Davis, A., Hirsch, D. and Marshall, L. (2016) Falling Short: the experiences of families living below the Minimum Income Standard. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
- Davis, A., Hirsch, D., Padley, M. and Marshall, L. (2015) How much is enough? Reaching social consensus on minimum household needs Loughborough: Centre for Research in Social Policy