Welfare and the State: Welfare futures

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Nicholas Deakin, Catherine Jones Finer, Bob Matthews
Taylor & Francis, 2004 - Welfare - 456 pages
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Contents

WELFARE FUTURES
vii
a great leap backwards
viii
National welfare states European integration
5
Can we define a European Welfare State model?
27
a conceptual challenge
41
a critical analysis
69
7I The real worlds of welfare capitalism
88
mapping a territory
106
Thinking about the production and consumption of longterm
206
movements politics and practice?
226
lesbians and the state
249
8I What kind of society should Britain become?
274
who will foot the bill?
311
A fresh look at the Japanese Welfare State
329
In search of a welfare democracy
363
a UK case study
382

a reply to Marc Stears
124
Goodenough principles for welfare
133
China on
172
The American Welfare State at twilight
189
Contemporary challenges to Welfare State development
397
Index
419
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About the author (2004)

Nicholas Deakin is Professor of Social Policy and Administration, University of Birmingham. He has been Private Secretary to Minister of State 1962-3; Head of Central Policy Unit, GLC, 1972-80; Scientific Advisor, Department of Health, 1986-91; Vice-Chairman, Social Affairs Committee, ESRC, 1984-6;
Chair, Social Policy Association, 1989-92.

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