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- Verlag: OXFORD UNIV PR
- Seitenzahl: 416
- Erscheinungstermin: 1. August 2017
- Abmessung: 233mm x 151mm x 32mm
- Gewicht: 762g
- ISBN-13: 9780198790495
- ISBN-10: 019879049X
- Artikelnr.: 47098413
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