|Title||International social policy : Welfare regimes in the developed world / edited by Pete Alcock and Gary Craig|
|Imprint||New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009|
|Descript||xix, 289p. : ill ; 24 cm|
The international context. -- An American welfare state? -- Canada: one step forward, two steps back? -- Australia: from wage-earners to neo-liberal welfare state. -- New Zealand: from early innovation to humanizing the market. -- The United Kingdom: constructing a third way? -- Sweden: between model and reality. -- Germany: a centrist welfare state at the crossroads. -- Italy: still a pension state? -- Russia: state socialism to marketized welfare. -- Japan: constructing the 'Welfare society' -- Korea: rescaling the developmental welfare state? -- China: the art of state and social policy remodellling. -- South Africa: transtion under pressure.
|Political Science Library||361.91722 I61 2009||CHECK SHELVES|
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