Martin, Claude / Palier, Bruno (eds.) Reforming the Bismarckian Welfare Systems Broadening Perspectives in Social Policy
1. Edition April 2008 25.90 Euro 2008. 172 Pages, Softcover - Monograph - ISBN 978-1-4051-8348-2 - John Wiley & Sons
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Short description Gathering among the best European specialists of welfare state comparisons, this book organises comprehensive and up to date information on European welfare state reforms in an analytical framework which allows a new approach to social policy changes.
From the contents CONTENTS.
From a "Frozen Landscape" to Structural Reforms: the sequential transformation of Bismarckian welfare systems. Bruno Palier and Claude Martin.
When Past Reforms open New Opportunities: Comparing Old Age Insurance Reforms in Bismarckian Welfare Systems Giuliano Bonoli and Bruno Palier.
Towards Neo-Bismarckian Health Care States? Comparing Health Insurance Reforms in Bismarckian Welfare Systems.
Patrick Hassenteufel and Bruno Palier.
Continental Drift on Unemployment Policy: Change in Bismarckian Welfare States Daniel Clegg.
From Subsidiarity to "Free Choice": Child and Elderly Care Policy Reforms in France, Belgium, Germany and The Netherlands
Activation as a Common Framework for Social Policies Towards Lone Parents Trudie Knijn, Claude Martin and Jane Millar.
Long-term Care Policies in Italy, Austria and France: Variations in Cash-For-Care Schemes Barbara da Roit, Blanche Le Bihan and August Osterle.
Family Policies in Germany and France: The Role of Enterprises and Social Partners Ute Klammer and Marie-Therese Letablier