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by Ive Marx

eBook A New Social Question?: On Minimum Income Protection in the Postindustrial Era (Changing Welfare States) ePub
Author: Ive Marx
Language: English
ISBN: 9053569251
ISBN13: 978-9053569252
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press (December 22, 2006)
Pages: 288
Category: Economics
Subcategory: Perfomance
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A New Social Question? analyzes that question in depth, with particular attention to the problem of income protection and the difficulties facing Bismarckian welfare states.

A New Social Question? analyzes that question in depth, with particular attention to the problem of income protection and the difficulties facing Bismarckian welfare states. It will be necessary reading for anyone interested in understanding the future of European social policy.

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Changing welfare states.

Book's title: A new social question Elektronische Ressource on minimum income . Series Statement: Changing welfare states

Series Statement: Changing welfare states. The decline of self-reliance in advanced welfare states The demand shift against the less-skilled Low pay and poverty: anatomy of a 'new' social risk On the limits to incrementalism in income protection policy: the case of structural unemployment in Belgium How responsive are poverty rates to job growth? Alternatives to passive income support: the verdict of empirical evaluation studies.

Social scientists, politicians, and economists have recently been taken with the .

Social scientists, politicians, and economists have recently been taken with the idea that the advanced welfare states of Europe face a New Social Question. A New Social Question? analyzes that question in depth, with particular attention to the problem of income protection and the difficulties facing Bismarckian welfare states.

A Handbook of Minimum Income Protection in Europe. Bristol: The Policy Press. Bartolini, . Chiaramonte, . & D’Alimonte, R. (2004). Oxford: Oxford University Press. The Southern Model of Welfare in Social Europe. Journal of European Social Policy, 1, 17–37. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Marx, . & Nelson, K. (Ed. Minimum Income Protection in Flux.

Advanced welfare states are said to be facing, in the words of Pierre Rosanvallon, a "New Social Question". The idea here, and it is a widely shared one, is that the transition from an industrial to a postindustrial environment has brought with it a whole new set of social risks, constraints and trade-offs which necessitate radical recalibration of social security systems. This book analyses in some depth how economic change has impacted on minimum income protection in advanced welfare states. There is a particular focus on how Bismarckian welfare states have fared over recent decades.
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