By Bernhard Ebbinghaus, Philip Manow
This e-book demanding situations the preferred thesis of a downward development within the viability of welfare states in aggressive marketplace economies. With techniques starting from ancient case experiences to cross-national analyses, the members discover a number of elements of the relationships among welfare states, business kin, monetary govt and construction structures.
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According to Esping-Andersen, the main differences reflect three political traditions: liberal conceptions of a residual welfare state that should not intervene into ‘free’ markets by limiting work incentives and individual choice; paternalist Conservative state traditions and Christian-democratic conceptions of ‘subsidiarity’ (van Kersbergen 1995); and, finally, social-democratic conceptions of a universalist and redistributive welfare state. The Liberal welfare state provides relatively low flat benefits to all citizens in order not to interfere with individual self-help and market incomes, its level of de-commodification is low.
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Comparing Welfare Capitalism: Social Policy and Political Economy in Europe, Japan and the USA by Bernhard Ebbinghaus, Philip Manow