3 edition of Southern European welfare states found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Martin Rhodes.|
|Contributions||Rhodes, Martin, 1956 Feb. 23-|
|LC Classifications||HN650.7.A8 S68 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||278 p. :|
|Number of Pages||278|
|ISBN 10||0714647888, 0714643440|
|LC Control Number||97010305|
Abstract. International audienceSince the mid-nineties, following the publication of Esping-Andersen's seminal book, " The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism " (Esping-Andersen ), a discussion has developed about the hypothesis of a fourth welfare regime: a Southern European one, i.e. a common model shared by Italy, Spain, Portugal and : Claude Martin. This timely book assesses how Europe’s welfare states have dealt with the challenges of globalisation and the financial crisis. It asks whether the European Union has adopted a general strategy for dealing with four major threats to the sustainable development of European societies: the employability of a growing number of redundant workers, an aging population, low birth .
European Foundations of the Welfare State Franz-Xaver Kaufmann Translated from the German by John Veit-Wilson Foreword by Anthony B. Atkinson, Nuffield College, University of Oxford. pages, 3 figures, bibliog., index. ISBN $/£ Hb Published (June ) ISBN $/£ Pb Author: Franz-Xaver Kaufmann. 5. Different welfare states in Europe. 32Thus far we have compared the US versus Europe welfare state as if a single type of European welfare system existed. This is a simplification which was useful for the broad analysis of above, but clearly there are .
Between Unity and Flexibility An Introduction to the Institutional Reconfiguration of Active Welfare States in Europe and the United States I n the last four decades, decentralization reforms have swept across the world, deeply transforming states that were once strongly centralized. The European Union is characterized by different national social polices (although they are less clearly demarcated than in the past). The Nordic countries present high levels of social expenditure (around 30% of GDP in Denmark, Finland and Sweden), while the continental ones (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany and Luxembourg) have an intermediate level of .
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In this first analytical monograph on the subject, George Katrougalos and Gabriella Lazaridis examine the social welfare state of the main four Southern European countries, Spain, Italy, Portugal and Greece.
They conduct an overall system analysis of the welfare state in. In this first analytical monograph on the subject, George Katrougalos and Gabriella Lazaridis examine the social welfare state of the main four Southern European countries, Spain, Italy, Portugal and Greece.
They conduct an overall system analysis of the welfare state in Southern Europe which challenges the prevalent Ferrera model. Southern European welfare states - in common with their northern counterparts - are under stress.
They have become the object of studies exploring the southern "type" or "model" of welfare. This collection provides a series of both comparative and specific country by: This volume is the first in English to be devoted entirely to the analysis of social policy developments in southern Europe.
It comes at an opportune moment, for not only are the southern European welfare states - in common with their northern counterparts - under stress, but they have also only recently become the object of in-depth studies, exploring for the first time.
However, much of this analysis is rooted without question in the welfare states of northern Europe – there has been almost no research published in English on the provision of housing in southern Europe.
Such research as exists deals with specific feature of housing Southern European welfare states book, invariably in a single country. Get this from a library. Southern European welfare states: between crisis and reform. [Martin Rhodes;] -- "This volume is the first in English to be devoted entirely to the analysis of social policy developments in southern Europe.
It comes at an opportune moment, for not only are the southern European. The South European Society and Politics book series promotes new empirical research into the domestic politics and society of South European states. The series, open to a broad range of social science approaches, offers comparative thematic volumes covering the region as a whole and on occasion, innovative single-country studies.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: 1. The Southern Welfare States in the European Context The Carrot and the Stick: Employment, Unemployment and Labour Market Policies Gender Inequalities, Family and Social Welfare: Continuity and Change Social Security: Pensions.
This book provides an alternative, more optimistic interpretation. It aims to increase both theoretical understanding and empirical knowledge of recent welfare reforms in areas including Spain, Denmark, the UK, Germany and the EU as a whole. An essential resource for students, researchers and practitioners with an interest in the welfare by: Caserma Carlo Ederle is the headquarters of U.S.
Garrison Italy and U.S. Army Africa (USARAF), also known as Southern European Task Force (SETAF). Caserma Ederle is also the center of the Vicenza Military Community where you’ll find the Commissary, PX, Arts & Crafts Center, Arena, movie theater, and more.
USAG Italy also supports elements of. ‘This book brings together a diversity of approaches focused on a broad range of social problems confronting Southern European societies.
Students and scholars interested in understanding the changing dynamics of education, employment, environmental degradation, the crisis of political legitimacy and more in the region will find this book to be a handy reference.’ – Pierrette.
Book Description. Forty-five contributions from renowned international specialists in the field provide readers with expert analysis of the core issues related to the welfare state, including regional depictions of welfare states around the globe.
Southern Welfare States: Configuration of the Welfare Balance between State and the Family Claude Martin, Research Professor CNRS (UMRRennes) Since the mid-nineties, following the publication of Esping-Andersen’s seminal book, “The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism” (Esping-Andersen ), a discussion has developed.
The “Welfare State” refers to the set of interventions organised by the state which are aimed at guaranteeing the provision of a minimum level of services to the population via a system of social protection.; The origins of this system of social protection can be traced back to the end of the 19 th century in the Germany of Chancellor Bismarck.
However, this system only became. The book combines both theoretical and empirical analysis to provide a critical account of the relationship between globalization and change in European welfare states.
Firstly the key theoretical and conceptual debates are reviewed and the existing perspectives on globalization and welfare policy change are assessed. Book Review: Welfare State Reform in Southern Europe: Fighting Poverty and Social Exclusion in Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece Article in Journal of European Social Policy 16(3) ‘The three editors unite the finest state-of-the-art research about public attitudes towards the welfare state in Europe.
Drawing on the and waves of the high-quality European Social Survey, the contributors analyse how and why. This interdisciplinary book provides a sociological view of the contemporary experiences of children in Southern Europe. Focusing on regions deeply affected by the economic crisis, it offers a detailed investigation into the impact of economic.
The book combines both theoretical and empirical analysis to provide a critical account of the relationship between globalization and change in European welfare states. Firstly the key theoretical and conceptual debates are reviewed and the existing perspectives on globalization and welfare policy change are : Hardcover.
THE SUCCESS OF THE EUROPEAN SOCIAL WELFARE STATE BIG GOVERNMENT WORKS. From the very beginning of history all human societies have been based on a social contract concerning the division of wealth. And the instrument for that contract has always been the government.
This is the case for most nations around the world today. This Southern European welfare state is characterised by a high degree of fragmentation of social security and a high reliance on family (Ferrera, ).
On a similar note, it has been suggested that the Japanese welfare regime is more like that of South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore than the conservative welfare regime of 1Cited by: 6.The Southern United States, also known as the American South or simply the South, is a geographic and cultural region of the United is located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Western United States, with the Midwestern United States and Northeastern United States to its north and the Gulf of Mexico and Mexico to its south.
The South does not fully match the Country: United States.les s developed Southern European welfare states (Leibfried, ) and the ‘’Confucian’’ type welfare state in the Asian Tigers and Japan (Gould,).
To counter t hese critics, Esping.