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The future of European welfare : a new social contract?

Author: Martin Rhodes; Yves Mény
Publisher: Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire : Macmillan Press ; New York : St. Martin's Press, 1998.
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This book considers the implications of spending growth as unemployment has grown, demographic change and the emergence of new patterns of family and working life, plus the economic context and the policy autonomy of European welfare states.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Rhodes; Yves Mény
ISBN: 0333678249 9780333678244 0312211953 9780312211950
OCLC Number: 37663277
Description: xii, 287 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Acknowledgements Notes on the Contributors List of Tables and Charts Introduction: Europe's Social Contract under Stress; M. Rhodes & Y. Meny PART ONE: INTERPRETATIONS Unemployment and Social Exclusion: An Economic View; P. Ormerod Poverty and Social Exclusion: A Sociological View; S. Paugam Against Exclusion: the Poor and the Social Sciences; G. Procacci PART TWO: WELFARE SYSTEMS UNDER STRESS The Four 'Social Europes': Between Universalism and Selectivity; M. Ferrera The Evolution of Financial Poverty in Western Europe; K. Van Den Bosch In Defence of Welfare: Social Protection and Social Reform in Eastern Europe; U. Gotting PART THREE: WELFARE AND THE GLOBAL ARENA Negative and Positive Integration in the Political Economy of European Welfare States; F. Scharpf Globalisation, Labour Markets and Welfare States: A Future of 'Competitive Corporatism'?; M. Rhodes Global and Regional Agencies and the Making of Post-Communist Social Policy in Eastern Europe; B. Deacon PART FOUR: THE SEARCH FOR A NEW SOCIAL CONTRACT The Social Contract and the Problem of the Firm; C. Crouch European Social Citizenship: Why a New Social Contract Will (Probably) Not Happen; B. Jordan Some Sceptical Reflections on EU Citizenship as the Basis of a New Social Contract; C. Closa Index
Responsibility: edited by Martin Rhodes and Yves Mény.
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Welfare spending has grown and expanded with higher unemployment, new patterns of family and working life are changing the nature of needs, economic context and the policy autonomy of nation states  Read more...

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