Equity Choices and Long-term Care Policies in Europe: Allocating Resources and Burdens in Austria, Italy, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom
This is a study of long-term care which has been brought together with equity, as it is at the core of welfare state and social policy definitions. It appears equity is a central theme of thw welfare state, and an attractive label in social policy making, but it is still an elusive issue. The few existing equity studies in long-term care address very specific interpretations of equity, some are locally restricted or include only one type of service provision within the complex areana of long-term care.
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LongTerm Care and the Welfare State
A Framework for Analysis
Investigating LongTerm Care Policies in Europe
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ability-to-pay actual allocation analysis approach assessment Austria Badelt Cambois cash benefits chapter characterised co-payments concept considerable countries dependency ratio disabled distribution domiciliary economic elderly equity choices equity objectives EURO European example extent factors finance of long-term financing long-term for-profit formal employment Glendinning home help home nursing implicit principles important in-kind income increase increasingly individuals inequalities informal care givers informal care-giving informal carers informal long-term informal sector institutional interpretations of equity intervention Italy labour market legal obligation limited long-term care needs long-term care policies long-term care systems means-tested Netherlands non-profit Nordic countries nursing homes OECD opportunity costs organisations Osterle out-of-pocket payments outcome overall personal budgets potential private insurance programmes public sector regard residential care settings resources and burdens role social insurance contributions social policy social services specific taxes tend term theories of justice Ungerson United Kingdom variations welfare whereas