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Forgot your login information? Social Policy generalEU Politics. Europe takes on reform of the welfare state: And it adds that the game across Europe is about to esttado. This new study argues that, particularly in the late s, there has been more reform in the rest of Europe than is appreciated in the UK. And that Europe as a whole is on the cusp of much greater changes…. Certainly in France and possibly in Germany, Welfare states under pressure London: Welfare States under Pressure.
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Inquiries concerning reproduction outside those terms should be sent to the publishers. A Comparative Analysis of Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic forthcoming and various articles with Hellmut Wollmann on social services and social policy in Germany. Schmidt edsFrom Vulnerability to Competitiveness: Social policy publications include: BonoliJournal of European Social Policy His recent publications include: The welfare state in Europe is like guaranteed annual pay rises, nine to five working and family meal-times — traditional, much-loved, but not quite the modern style.
Welfare states developed during the period of secure growth, male bread-winner family systems and stable labour-markets. Globalization, technological unemployment, fewer children and more older people, new patterns of migration, shifts in political ideology — all these developments call the traditional settlement into question. Recent studies pulicas the response to these challenges have reported that — surprisingly — the European welfare state is in much better health than might have been expected.
Welfare spending continues to increase, privatization is relatively unimportant in most countries and most people express enthusiasm for the maintenance of existing standards of provision.
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This book socoedad welfare policy-making in ooliticas in seven key European countries, chosen to represent the main welfare regimes, political configurations and policy-making frameworks — Finland, France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK.
Each country chapter is written by a leading national expert to an overall conceptual structure developed pokiticas a lengthy collaboration, helpfully financed by the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council jobeet grant number R Special attention was paid to ensuring that the book is accessible to an undergraduate audience.
The distinctive features of the work are two. First, it focuses on the welfare politics and on the policy-making framework in each country the particular configuration of constitutional factors and institutions through which the relevant social actors interactas well as welfare regime-type, in its account of the national trajectory of policy. Thus, it includes Switzerland, a country that is often not considered as a major welfare state, but of considerable interest in policy-making debates because it represents the polar case of consensual democracy in Europe.
Second, it builds on the evidence of both the recent development pollticas policy and the changes in the roles and opportunities open to the various political actors to construct an account of the factors likely to influence policy in the future.
Much research in this field pays considerable attention to regime type and policy development but gives less weight to political and institutional factors which, we believe, are changing rapidly in a number of countries.
This approach produces a rather different picture of the sustainability of the European welfare settlement from that derived from accounts [Page x] which assume continuity between the future and the pattern of recent years. The welfare state has so far been relatively undamaged by politiczs challenges it has faced.
However, current reforms and continuing pressures are likely to shift the balance of forces among policy actors, so that adjustment will develop into much more substantial reforms. The detail of these shifts will vary according to national context, but there are changes that are likely to challenge current welfare development in all the countries reviewed, from the most consensual to the most majoritarian, from federal to centralized, from social-democratic to liberal.
The obstacles to movement in these directions in the policy-making frameworks of most European countries have now been eroded. The past and the present are unlikely to be a good guide to the future of the European welfare state.
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The Politics of Welfare in Europe Chapter 2: The German Welfare State in the s Chapter 5: Stubborn Institutions in a Changing Society Chapter 7: Welfare Estadoo in the UK: The Construction of a Liberal Consensus Chapter po,iticas Polity, Policy-Making and Welfare Futures.
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