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Child poverty and deprivation in the industrialized countries, 1945-1995

Author: Giovanni Andrea Cornia; Sheldon Danziger
Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1997.
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The authors in this volume utilize a common analytical framework to evaluate how economic, family structure, and public policy affected the well-being of children in the industrialized countries of  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Giovanni Andrea Cornia; Sheldon Danziger
ISBN: 0198290756 9780198290759
OCLC Number: 35657837
Description: xiv, 430 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Common themes, methodological approach, and main findings / Giovanni Andrea Cornia and Sheldon Danziger --
Child poverty and deprivation in the industrialized countries from the end of World War II to the end of the Cold War era / Giovanni Andrea Cornia --
Growth, public expenditure, and household welfare in industrialized countries / Andrea Boltho --
Investing in children : government expenditure for children and their families in Western industrialized countries / Sheila B. Kamerman and Alfred J. Kahn --
Family policies in Eastern Europe : from socialism to the market / Gaspar Fajth and Tatiana Zimakova --
Child poverty and deprivation in Russia : improvement, standstill, and retrogression / Giovanni Andrea Cornia --
The American paradox : high income and high child poverty / Sheldon Danziger, Sandra Danziger, and Jonathan Stern --
Child welfare in the United Kingdom : rising poverty, falling priorities for children / Jonathan Bradshaw --
Child welfare in Portugal amidst fast growth and weak social policy / Manuela Silva --
Growth, regional imbalance, and child well-being : Italy over the last four decades / Chiara Saraceno --
Advancing for children in the advanced welfare state : current problems and prospects in Sweden / Sven E. Olsson Hort --
Child well-being in Japan : the high cost of economic success / Martha N. Ozawa and Shigemi Kono --
Recession, social policy, and child welfare in post-communist Eastern Europe : which way ahead? / Giovanni Andrea Cornia --
Making social policy work for children : towards a more effective antipoverty policy / Timothy Smeeding, Sheldon Danziger, and Lee Rainwater.
Responsibility: edited by Giovanni Andrea Cornia and Sheldon Danziger.
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