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by Anton Hemerijck

eBook Changing Welfare States download ISBN: 0199607591
Author: Anton Hemerijck
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (February 7, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 360
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Changing Welfare States is major new examination of the wave of social reform that has swept across Europe over the past two decades.

Changing Welfare States is major new examination of the wave of social reform that has swept across Europe over the past two decades. In a comparative fashion. Only 1 left in stock (more on the way).

Changing Welfare States is is a major new examination of the wave of social reform that has swept across . The book argues that the overall scope of social reform across the member states of the European Unionvaries widely.

Changing Welfare States is is a major new examination of the wave of social reform that has swept across Europe over the past two decades.

Changing welfare states. Oxford University Press, 2013. A Hemerijck, B Unger, J Visser. Welfare and Work in the Open Economy: Volume II: Diverse Responses to Commo. 2000. Growth, adjustments and survival of European welfare states. S Kuhnle, M Alestalo. Survival of the European welfare state, 3-18, 2000. The future of social Europe: Recasting work and welfare in the new economy. M Ferrera, A Hemerijck, M Rhodes. The self-transformation of the European social model (s). A Hemerijck. Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft, 39-67, 2002.

The European welfare states have undergone a significant amount of change over the last decades

The European welfare states have undergone a significant amount of change over the last decades. In light of the unresolved tensions resulting from changed macroeconomic conditions, the emergence of new social risks as well as from the consequences of the Great Recession and its aftershocks, more adjustments are needed. The present paper investigates the current outlook on welfare state change, retracing its socio-economic drivers and the salient steps that were undertaken to reform welfare states in the last decades

Changing Welfare States is major new examination of the wave of social reform that has swept across . The book argues that the overall scope of social reform across the member states of the European Union varies widely.

Yesterday afternoon, Anton Hemerijck, Dean at the VU University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Social Sciences, and former director of the Netherlands Council for Government Policy (WRR), joined us for a presentation of his new book, Changing Welfare States

Yesterday afternoon, Anton Hemerijck, Dean at the VU University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Social Sciences, and former director of the Netherlands Council for Government Policy (WRR), joined us for a presentation of his new book, Changing Welfare States

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780199607594.

Authors and Affiliations. Cite this chapter as: Hemerijck A. (2014) Changing Welfare States and the Euro Crisis.

Part of the International Political Economy Series book series (IPES). Authors and Affiliations. In: Dăianu . Basevi . D’Adda . Kumar R. (eds) The Eurozone Crisis and the Future of Europe. International Political Economy Series.

Changing Welfare States is major new examination of the wave of social reform that has swept across Europe over the past two decades. In a comparative fashion, it analyses reform trajectories and political destinations in an era of rapid economic, social, and political restructuring, including the critically important dimension of European integration. The book argues that the overall scope of social reform across the member states of the European Union varies widely. In some cases welfare state change has been accompanied by deep social conflicts, while in other instances unpopular social reforms received broad consent from opposition parties, trade unions and employer organizations. The analysis reveals trajectories of welfare reform in many countries that are more proactive and reconstructive than is often argued in academic research and the media. Alongside welfare retrenchments, there have been deliberate attempts to rebuild social programs and institutions to accommodate policy repertoires to the new economic and social realities of the 21st century in many advanced European welfare states. Welfare state change is work in progress, leading to patchwork mixes of old and new policies and institutions, on the lookout, perhaps, for greater coherence. Unsurprisingly, that search process remains incomplete, resulting from the institutionally bounded and contingent adaptation to new social realities.