The Uses of Social Investment
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This volume provides the first study of the welfare state, under the new post-crisis austerity context and associated crisis management politics, to take stock of the limits and potential of social investment.

Produktbeschreibung
This volume provides the first study of the welfare state, under the new post-crisis austerity context and associated crisis management politics, to take stock of the limits and potential of social investment.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: OXFORD UNIV PR
  • Seitenzahl: 416
  • Erscheinungstermin: 1. August 2017
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 233mm x 151mm x 32mm
  • Gewicht: 762g
  • ISBN-13: 9780198790495
  • ISBN-10: 019879049X
  • Artikelnr.: 47098413
Autorenporträt
Anton Hemerijck is Professor of Political Science, European University Institute, Florence, and Centennial Professor of Social Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
Inhaltsangabe
Part 1: Introduction
1 Anton Hemerijck: Social Investment and its Critics
Part 2: Limits to Social Investment
2 Brian Nolan: Social Investment: the Thin Line Between Evidence Based Research and Political Advocacy
3 Jean-Claude Barbier: 'Social Investment': With or Against Social Protection?
4 Chiara Saraceno: Family Relationships and Gender Equality in the Social Investment Discourse: A Too Reduced View?
5 Giuliano Bonoli, Bea Cantillon, and Wim Van Lancker: Social Investment and the Matthew Effect: Limits to a Strategy
6 Daniel Mertens: The 'New Welfare State' Under Fiscal Strain: Austerity Gridlocks and the Privatization of Risk
Part 3: Social Investment Endowment and Extensions
7 Lane Kenworthy: Enabling Social Policy
8 Anne Wren: Social Investment and the Service Economy Trilemma
9 Gunther Schmid: Towards Employment Insurance?
10 Margarita Leon: Social Investment and Childcare Expansion: A Perfect Match?
11 Verena Drabing and Moira Nelson: Addressing Human Capital Risks and the Role of Institutional Complementarities
12 Charles Sabel, Jonathan Zeitlin, and Sigrid Quack: Capacitating Services and the Bottom-Up Approach to Social Investment
13 Nathalie Morel and Joakim Palme: A Normative Foundation for the Social Investment Approach?
Part 4: Social Investment Assessment: Conceptualization and Methods
14 Brian Burgoon: Practical Pluralism in the Empirical Study of Social Investment: Examples from Active Labor Market Policy
15 Iain Begg: Social Investment and its Discount Rate
16 Johan De Deken: Conceptualising and Measuring Social Investment
17 Gerlinde Verbist: Measuring Social Investment Returns: Do Publicly Provided Services Enhance Social Inclusion?
Part 5: Comparative Social Investment Experience
18 Jane Jenson: Developing and Spreading a Social Investment Perspective: The World Bank and the OECD Compared
19 Kees van Kersbergen and Jonas Kraft: De-Universalization and Selective Social Investment in Scandinavia?
20 Martin Seeleib-Kaiser: The Truncated German Social Investment Turn
21 Menno Soentken, Franca van Hooren and Deborah Rice: The Impact of Social Investment Reforms on Income and Activation in the Netherlands
22 Rory O'Donnell and Damian Thomas: Ireland: the Evolving Tensions Between Austerity, Welfare Expansion and Targeted Social Investment
23 Alain Noel: Social Investment in a Federal Welfare State: The Quebec Experience
24 Timo Fleckenstein and Soohyun Christine Lee: A Social Investment Turn in East Asia? South Korea in Comparative Perspective
25 Johan Sandberg and Moira Nelson: Social Investment in Latin America
26 Yuri Kazepov and Costanzo Ranci: Why No Social Investment in Italy: Timing, Austerity, and Macro-level Matthew Effects
Part 6: EU Social Investment Advocacy
27 Evelyn Astor, Lieve Fransen, Marc Vothknecht: Social Investment for a Cohesive and Competitive European Union
28 Sonja Bekker: Can European Socio-Economic Governance be Social Investment Proof?
29 Frank Vandenbroucke: Social Investment as a Policy Platform: A European Argument
30 Maurizio Ferrera: Accelerator or Brake? The EU and the Difficult Politics of Social Investment
Part 7: The Politics of Social Investment
31 Silja Hausermann and Bruno Palier: The Politics of Social Investment: Policy Legacies and Class Coalitions
32 John Myles: Three Challenges for the Social Investment Strategy: Investing in the Future, Taxes, and the Millennials
33 Marius R. Busemeyer: Public Opinion and the Politics of Social Investment
34 Colin Crouch: Social Investment, Social Democracy, Neoliberalism, and Xenophobia
Part 8: Conclusion
35 Anton Hemerijck: The Uses of Affordable Social Investment