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|ISBN:||0198742010 9780198742012 0198742002 9780198742005|
|Description:||ix, 207 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||1. Introduction ; PART ONE: VARIETIES OF WELFARE CAPITALISM ; 2. The Democratic Class Struggle Revisited ; 3. Social Risks and Wefare States ; 4. The Household Economy ; 5. Comparative Welfare Regimes Re-examined ; PART TWO: THE NEW POLITICAL ECONOMY ; 6. The Structural Bases of Postindustrial Employment ; 7. Managing Divergent Employment Dilemmas ; PART THREE: WELFARE CAPITALISM RECAST? ; 8. New Social Risks in Old Welfare States ; 9. Recasting Wefare Regimes for a Postindustrial Era ; Bibliography|
|Other Titles:||Social foundations of post-industrial economies|
Once again, Esping-Andersen has laid out for us an ambitious academic and political agenda. This book will certainly be of interest to the community of comparative welfare regime analysts, but should