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The Political Economy of the Welfare State

by James Buchanan

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Published by Coronet Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political Ideologies - Communism & Socialism,
  • Politics - Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12855367M
    ISBN 109172042966
    ISBN 109789172042964

    Get this from a library! The political economy of the welfare state. [Thomas Wilson; Dorothy Wilson] -- This book is exceptionally clearly written and will be of value and use to students of both economics and social administration. It is however, more than and accessible textbook and specialists in. The Political Economy of Welfare Reform in the United States Mary Reintsma The welfare system in the United States underwent profound changes as a result of the groundbreaking welfare legislation passed in entitled The Personal Responsibility and .

    Get this from a library! The political economy of welfare reform in the United States. [Mary Reintsma] -- "The welfare system in the United States underwent profound changes as a result of the groundbreaking welfare legislation passed in entitled The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity. Get this from a library! The political economy of the welfare state. [Ian Gough] -- This advanced text focuses on a set of key themes and issues of particular relevance and topicality in understanding contemporary Chinese politics, economy and society. Following an overview of the.

    This book has presented a number of interrelated arguments. First, at a theoretical level it has emphasized the centrality of gender to an understanding of the political economy of the welfare state. Second, more concretely, it has pointed to the ways that gender has been implicated in the formation and restructuring of welfare state regimes.   - The Political Economy of the Welfare State in Latin America - Globalization, Democracy, and Development - by Alex Segura-Ubiergo Excerpt. 1. Introduction. The welfare state is the culmination of a centuries-old struggle for social protection and security in the industrialized : Alex Segura-Ubiergo.


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Unlike most social science books on Korea, which tend to focus on its developmental state and rapid economic development, this book deals with social welfare issues and politics during the critical junctures in Korea's history: industrialization in the s, the democratization and labor movement in the mids, globalization and the Cited by: 5.

Unlike most social science books on Korea, which tend to focus on its developmental state and rapid economic development, this book deals with social welfare issues and politics during the critical junctures in Korea's history: industrialization in the –70s, the democratization and labor movement in the mids, globalization and the Cited by: 5.

Creating the Welfare State investigates how private business and public bureaucracy worked together to create the structure of much of the modern welfare state in America. Covering the period from the s to the present, this important volume employs interdisciplinary techniques to demonstrate how politics, economics, law, and social theory merged over the course of a century of.

This book assesses the role of employers in the development of welfare state and labour market institutions. Building on an in-depth analysis of Germany, a market economy known to often provide economic benefits to firms, this book explores one of the most contested issues in.

About this book Introduction Following an overview of the historical background - with a particular emphasis on economic developments - it provides a comprehensive and detailed account of rural and urban policy, the law and policing, intellectual life, families and gender relations, and minority nationalities in.

The Political Economy of the Welfare State Volume 1 of Critical texts in social work and the welfare state Law School Casebook Series: Author: Ian Gough: Edition: illustrated, reprint: Publisher: Macmillan, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects.

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Each section of the book focuses on a different method with a general introduction to the methods and then two papers using the method to deal with analysis concerning welfare state problems in a political economy perspective.

Buy Beyond the Welfare State?: The New Political Economy of Welfare 3 by Pierson, Prof Christopher (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Reviews: 1.

Why have social spending levels and social policy trajectories diverged so drastically across labour-abundant Middle Eastern and North African regimes.

And how can we explain the marked persistence of spending levels after divergence. Using historical institutionalism and a mix of qualitative and quantitative methods Social Dictatorships: The Political Economy of the Welfare State in the.

The welfare state does not have to be a scary phase associated with the picture of lazy citizens who do not contribute to the economy. On the contrary, it is social welfare programs that seem to inject the most economic growth, even during recessions. The book will fit well in introductory and advanced courses on welfare state policy, social work, sociology, economic history, institutional economics and political science.

In all these disciplines, the case of Sweden has always provoked interest and debate, due to Sweden's combination of prosperity, equality and extensive welfare state.5/5(1).

State interventions in the economy are minimized, while the obligations of the state to provide for the welfare of its citizens are diminished.

David Harvey, author of'The New Imperialism' and 'The Condition of Postmodernity', here tells the political-economic story of where neoliberalization came from and how it proliferated on the world stage/5(4).

At a time when the COVID pandemic has raised issues of welfare regimes higher up the global agenda, author Ferdinand Eibl discusses his book, Social Dictatorships: The Political Economy of the.

A most important volume at a time when the negative political consequences and resulting economic damage of a poorly functioning welfare state are so evidently apparent in several major countries. This book shows how the welfare state should be strengthened and adapted to address the mounting economic, social, and environmental challenges of.

Welfare state studies have sought to create typologies that group countries into categories based on variations in the role that state, market, and family play in ensuring well-being. A second line of research has sought to account for welfare state development and variation, by examining economic, political, institutional, and ideological factors.

14 - Happiness and the Welfare State: Decommodification and the Political Economy of Subjective Well-Being from Part IV - Outcomes By Christopher J. Anderson, Cornell University, Jason D. Hecht, Cornell UniversityCited by: 3.

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Reasons for Welfare, in contrast, offers a defense of the minimal welfare state substantially independent of any such broader commitments, and at the same time better able to withstand challenges from the New Right’s moralistic political economy.

Over the past decade, Beyond the Welfare State. has become established as the key text on the emergence and development of welfare states.

It offers a comprehensive and remarkably well–informed introduction to the ever more intense debates that surround the history and, still more importantly, the future of welfare in advanced industrialised states.

In this state-of-the-art work, Colin Hay and Daniel Wincott reassess welfare provision across the whole of Europe – East, West and Central – and at the national and EU level.

The book challenges much conventional wisdom about the welfare state, including the widely accepted notion of a 'golden age' of welfare, the idea of a challenge posed by globalization, and the notion of the welfare.The book focuses on Latin America to identify factors associated with the evolution of welfare state policies during the pre-globalization period prior towhilst studying how globalization and democratization have affected governments' fiscal commitment to social by: Search within book.

Front Matter. Pages i-x. PDF. The Political Economy of Health and Welfare. The Political Economy of Health and Welfare. David A. Coleman, Nicholas H. Dimsdale.

Pages Economics, Poverty and Equality. Front Matter. Pages PDF. Inheritance, Chance and Choice in the Transmission of Poverty.