Aims to review the issues raised by the state provision of social benefits and to examine the principles on which their provision may be deemed to rest.
- Limba : Engleza
- Cuprins : Part 1 Issues and objectives, Thomas Wilson and Dorothy Wilson.
Part 2 Questions of principle:
Welfare philosophies and welfare finance, Alan Peacock.
The welfare state - a public choice perspective,Jack Wiseman.
Welfare and the enterprise society, Raymond Plant.
Joint goods and benefits in kind - paternalism and liberalism in action, Alan Ryan.
Part 3 Questions of practice:
Constraints, Charles Carter.
A national minimum? - a history of ambiguity in the determination of benefit scales in Britain, A.B.Atkinson.
The objectives and attainments of pension schemes, Nicholas Barr.
Part 4 Some issues of policy in Europe:
Social policy and the European community, Steen Mangen.
The welfare state in Russia, Alastair McAlley.
Lessons from Sweden,Ann-Charlotte Stahlberg.
Part 5 Shaping the course of policy:
Principle, process and policy, Albert Weale.
Is there scope for change?, Peter Barclay.
Two Westminster perspectives on welfare policies, Fran
- Data Publicarii : 1991
- Editie : 1
- Format : Paperback
- Numar pagini : 368
- ISBN : 9780582085138
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