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Activating the Unemployed: A Comparative Appraisal of Work-Oriented Policies

Neil Gilbert, Rebecca A. Van Voorhis - Business & Economics - 319 pages
The last decade has witnessed a conspicuous alteration in policies protecting unemployed people in modern welfare states. Social policies are increasingly designed to encourage ...
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Changing Patterns of Social Protection

Neil Gilbert, Rebecca A. Van Voorhis - Social Science - 353 pages
"A thoughtful assessment of socioeconomic needs and influences, observing the necessity for benefits as well as the lessons of experience offered by various nations"--Library ...
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Targeting Social Benefits: International Perspectives and Trends

Neil Gilbert - Political Science - 2001 - 232 pages
Over the last decade changing family life and increasing fiscal constraints on welfare expenditures have forced industrialized nations to reconsider how they approach social ...
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Welfare Reform: A Comparative Assessment of the French and U.S. Experiences

Neil Gilbert, Antoine Parent - Political Science - 300 pages
Since the late 1980s welfare policies in France and the United States have increasingly been shaped by a strong emphasis on citizens' obligations to work and be independent ...
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Transformation of the Welfare State: The Silent Surrender of Public ...

Neil Gilbert - Political Science - 2002 - 208 pages
"Finds a turn away from broad-based entitlements and automatic benefits to a new, 'enabling' approach defined by policies designed to promote privatization and labor force ...
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