4 edition of The Crisis of distribution in European welfare states found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Jean-Pierre Jallade.|
|Contributions||Jallade, Jean-Pierre., European Centre for Work and Society., European Institute of Education and Social Policy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||261|
Independence in Crisis by Juan Miguel Rodríguez López. Available now on mojoreads - Read anywhere. ISBN , Publisher Lang, Peter GmbH, Pages , Language English, Book Type Hardcover. Central bankers like the idea of low inflation, but their actions have a distribution effect of richness. During the s, the independence of central banks increased. A welfare state world of path-dependent, but not predetermined, solutions Since the s European monetary integration has been a driving force behind domestic welfare reform across the European.
As I wrote last week in Jacobin, the unemployment insurance provisions of the CARES Act were the most generous welfare state measures in our ungenerous history. Job losses from late March onward resulted in steep declines in wage and salary income — almost twice as bad as the declines after the financial crisis and exceeded only by the. The latest VoxEU eBook presents a consensus view of what caused the Crisis and why. It argues that this was a classic ‘sudden stop’ crisis – not a public-debt crisis. Excessive, cross-border lending and borrowing among EZ members in the pre-Crisis years – much of which ended up in non-traded sectors – was why Greece’s deficit deceit.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: 1. Welfare Delcline and the Crisis of Democracy / Theodore Pelagidis, Louka T. Katseli and John Milios Fear of Freedom / Amartya Sen The State in a Changing World: Social-Democratizing Global Capitalism? This book uses data from 21 OECD countries for the period to to test a variety of hypotheses suggesting that contemporary welfare states are in crisis and to establish the factors shaping the trajectory of welfare state development during these years. It assesses the validity of arguments that globalization leads to a ‘race to the bottom’ in social spending and that population.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Crisis of distribution in European welfare states. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham, © (OCoLC) This book offers a much-needed analysis of how the European Union (EU) has affected welfare state reforms in the Member States most severely hit by the economic crisis.
Bringing together leading. This book offers a much-needed analysis of how the European Union (EU) has affected welfare state reforms in the Member States most severely hit by the economic crisis.
Bringing together leading European social policy researchers, it shows that the EU’s responses to the sovereign debt crisis have changed the nature of EU intervention.
This book examines the redistribution efficiency of European welfare states, above all the income redistribution arising for social benefits (such as family allowances, pension systems, healthcare and unemployment compensation) and the taxes or contributions which finance them.
The welfare state is a form of government in which the state protects and promotes the economic and social well-being of the citizens, based upon the principles of equal opportunity, equitable distribution of wealth, and public responsibility for citizens unable to avail themselves of the minimal provisions for a good life.
Sociologist T. Marshall described the modern welfare state as a. Welfare entitlements are not overly generous in Germany, nor is the welfare state especially expensive when compared with its European counterparts.
Nor are social programmes particularly inefficient. According to Alber, it is rather its ‘lack of distinctiveness’ which makes the German welfare state.
Book Description. Southern Europe has been hit hard by the global economic crisis and, as such, their welfare states have come under acute strain. Unmet need has sharply increased while significant welfare reforms and deep social spending cuts have been prominent in the crisis management solutions implemented by governments, labouring under EU.
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 the particularities of.
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 analyses. In the last quarter of the last century, the social state phenomenon in Europe was developing when the left leaders were in power.
Starting from the end of the century, the burden brought by the welfare state began to restrict it, starting from Germany. Right-wing governments that came one after another in Europe almost competed [ ]. The European social model is a common vision many European states have for a society that combines economic growth with high living standards and good working ian Tony Judt has argued that the European social model "binds Europe together" in contrast to the 'American way of life'.
European states do not all use a single social model, but welfare states in Europe do share. Book Description. This title was first published in Investigating the consequences of restrictive austerity policies and the downsizing of the welfare state this edited collection reflects on possible ways out by analyzing economic developments, social conflicts, legal forms and the prevailing directions of economic policy.
This book offers an analysis of European capitalist welfare societies, centering on the questions of sustainability and the financing of social rights. Capitalism is defined as a multi-model economy. Sincea dozen studies have been written on the long-term survivability of the Swedish welfare state.
In summary, they paint a bleak picture: The. Figure 1 shows the projected age distribution. The old-age dependency burden implied here is dramatic. Such pervasive low fertility and rapidly aging populations could be cited in constructing low fertility as a major twenty-first-century crisis.
But there are exceptions to very low fertility; the United States is the most obvious exception. THE CRISIS OF MULTICULTURALISM IN EUROPE A History By Rita Chin pp. Princeton University Press.
$ THE STRANGE DEATH OF EUROPE Immigration, Identity, Islam By Douglas Murray pp. Southern Europe has been hit hard by the global economic crisis and, as such, their welfare states have come under acute strain. Unmet need has sharply increased while significant welfare reforms and deep social spending cuts have been prominent in the crisis management solutions implemented by governments, labouring under EU constraints and the strict rescue-deal requirements.
In cooperation with our partners from the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and the Hans Böckler Stiftung, Social Europe examined the different dimensions of the crisis of globalisation and what kind of policy mix could help addressing it.
We bring together some of the best analyses and leading voices in the field and try to highlight some of the most innovative solutions to the major political and. Canada isn’t the beacon of social democracy that many progressive Americans imagine. But when faced with the coronavirus crisis, the US’s inept political class and for-profit health system couldn't even match a country with a moderate welfare state and functional government.
In his book. In the decades immediately following World War II, the economies of the major capitalist countries, all of which had adopted some version of the welfare state, performed well, restoring some of the confidence in the capitalist system that had been lost in the ing in the s, however, rapid increases in economic inequality (see income inequality; distribution of wealth and income.
Germany in crisis is very like Britain – only better at making cars. • Germany’s Hidden Crisis is published by Verso. To order a copy go to or call .“Income Distribution in European Countries” (with L Rainwater and T Smeeding), in Incomes and the Welfare State: Essays on Britain and Europe (ed.
-A B Atkinson), Cambridge University Press,pp. “On Targeting and Family Benefits”, in Incomes and the Welfare State: Essays on Britain and Europe (ed. -A B Atkinson. Welfare State and Democracy in Crisis: Reforming the European Model (Routledge Revivals) [Pelagidis, Theodore, Katseli, Louka T., Milios, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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