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by Kees van Kersbergen,Philip Manow

eBook Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare States (Cambridge Studies in Social Theory, Religion and Politics) download ISBN: 0521897912
Author: Kees van Kersbergen,Philip Manow
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (April 6, 2009)
Language: English
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The relationship between religion and politics is explored from a theoretical standpoint, assuming that religious clerics can be co-opted by the . Cambridge Studies in Social Theory, Religion and Politics. Cambridge, En. Cambridge University Press, 2014.

The relationship between religion and politics is explored from a theoretical standpoint, assuming that religious clerics can be co-opted by the ruler acting as an autocrat. The comparative effects of decentralized versus centralized religions on the optimal level of cooperation between the autocrat and the religious clerics, which itself impinges upon political stability, is analysed. shows that the presence of a decentralized body of clerics makes autocratic regimes more unstable. xiv, 226 pp. Appendix.

This book is an intellectual tour de force on the role of religion in the development of the modern welfare state

Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare States is the most authoritative work so far on the impact of religion on welfare state development. It provides us with both a grand theoretical perspective and hugely rich analysis of how Protestantism and Catholicism meshed with politics and class in the evolution of social policies in Europe and America. This book is an intellectual tour de force on the role of religion in the development of the modern welfare state.

Schumacher, Gijs Vis, Barbara and van Kersbergen, Kees 2013. Political parties’ welfare image, electoral punishment and welfare state retrenchment. Comparative European Politics, Vol. 11, Issue

Critical Social Policy, Vol. 32, Issue. Schumacher, Gijs Vis, Barbara and van Kersbergen, Kees 2013. 11, Issue.

Start by marking Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare States as Want to Read . This book radically revises established knowledge in comparative welfare state studies and introduces a new perspective on how religion shaped modern social protection systems

Start by marking Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare States as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book radically revises established knowledge in comparative welfare state studies and introduces a new perspective on how religion shaped modern social protection systems. The interplay of societal cleavage structures and electoral rules produced the different political class coalitions sustaining the three welfare regimes of the Western world. In countries with propo This book radically revises established knowledge in comparative welfare state studies and introduces a new perspective on how religion shaped modern social protection systems.

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This book revises established knowledge in comparative welfare state studies with a new perspective on how religion shaped modern social protection systems. Cambridge Studies in Social Theory, Religion, and Politics. Cambridge University Press.

Religion, class coalitions, and welfare states. K Van Kersbergen, P Manow. Comparative Institutional Advantages of Welfare State Regimes and. P Manow

Religion, class coalitions, and welfare states. Cambridge University Press, 2009. B Ebbinghaus, P Manow. P Manow. The new politics of the welfare state, 146, 2001.

This book radically revises established knowledge in comparative welfare state studies and introduces a new perspective on how religion shaped modern social protection systems. The interplay of societal cleavage structures and electoral rules produced the different political class coalitions sustaining the three welfare regimes of the Western world. In countries with proportional electoral systems the absence or presence of state-church conflicts decided whether class remained the dominant source of coalition building or whether a political logic not exclusively based on socio-economic interests (e.g. religion) was introduced into politics, particularly social policy. The political class-coalitions in countries with majoritarian systems, on the other hand, allowed only for the residual-liberal welfare state to emerge, as in the US or the UK. This book also reconsiders the role of Protestantism. Reformed Protestantism substantially delayed and restricted modern social policy. The Lutheran state churches positively contributed to the introduction of social protection programs.