6 edition of Changing labour markets, welfare policies and citizenship found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Jørgen Goul Andersen and Per H. Jensen.|
|Contributions||Goul Andersen, Jørgen., Jensen, Per H.|
|LC Classifications||HN377 .C53 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 298 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||2002392242|
Building upon the principle of welfare contractualism that pervaded dominant political and policy thinking during the years of New Labour, the Coalition government and incumbent Conservative political administration have sought to strengthen work-related and social obligations attached to welfare provision since (Wiggan, ; McKay and Cited by: CITIZENSHIP AND WELFARE Ian Dey Roche, Maurice () Rethinking Citizenship Welfare: Ideology and Change in Modern Society, Polity Press, pp, Pbk £ ISBN This is a provocative book. Roche discusses the implications of economic and social changes in what he calls 'post-industrial' society for the social dimensions of.
European labor markets are poised to change significantly in the coming years as technological advancements and other forces reshape the world of work. While these developments will affect all workers, they have particular implications for immigrant integration. This report breaks down the factors driving change and explores promising policy innovations to help societies better . Traces the dispersal of power associated with contemporary transformations of the state and discusses the tensions that arise in the shift towards partnership working, public participation, citizen engagement, and the 'responsibilisation' of citizens in modernized social health and welfare systems. Governance theory, it argues, has much to contribute to analyses of the Author: Ruth Lister.
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It:clarifies the relationship between changing labour markets, welfare policies and citizenship;discusses possible ways in which the spill-over effect from labour market marginality to loss of citizenship can be prevented;specifies this problem in relation to the young, older people, men and women and immigrants;offers theoretical and conceptual definitions of citizenship as a new, alternative approach to empirical analyses of labour market marginalisation Cited by: Changing labour markets, welfare policies and citizenship readdresses the question of how full citizenship may be preserved and developed in the face of enduring labour market pressures.
The book Changing labour markets, welfare policies and citizenship, Edited by Jorgen Goul Andersen and Per H. Jenson is published welfare policies and citizenship book Bristol University Press.
The book clarifies the relationship between changing labour markets, welfare policies and citizenship, discusses possible ways in which the spill-over effect from labour market marginality to loss of citizenship can be prevented, specifies this problem in relation to the young, older people, men and women and immigrants, offers theoretical and conceptual definitions of citizenship as a new, alternative approach to empirical analyses of labour market.
It: clarifies the relationship between changing labour markets, welfare policies and citizenship; discusses possible ways in which the spill-over effect from labour market marginality to loss of citizenship can be prevented; specifies this problem in relation to the young, older people, men and women and immigrants; offers theoretical and conceptual definitions of citizenship as a new, alternative approach to empirical analyses of labour market marginalisation.
Changing labour markets, welfare policies and citizenship readdresses the question of how full citizenship may be preserved and developed in the face of enduring labour market pressures. Jorgen Goul Andersen is Professor of Political Sociology at the Centre for Comparative Welfare State Studies, Changing labour markets University, Denmark.
Denmark is one of the countries contradicting the idea that European nations are caught by some sort of ‘Eurosclerosis’ immanent in generous welfare systems. Without serious retrenchments and while even improving economic equality, the Danish welfare state has overcome severe economic crises, and full employment has nearly been by: 3.
In book: Changing labour markets, welfare policies and citizenship, pp the important qualitative changes in welfare policies, and how the notion of citizenship Author: Ruth Lister. This chapter begins with a review of the challenges faced by European welfare states in the s and the solutions to these challenges.
It then discusses how changes in welfare states can be analysed; changes to the cultural and structural basis of citizenship; and new approaches to social policy and citizenship.
The chapter sets out the purpose of the book, which is to. of Social Policy at the University of Lapland, Finland. His main research interests have been social security, mechanisms for plant closings, structural changes in labour markets and the functioning of the welfare state.
Recent publications cover problems with retire-ment and analyses of the different generations in the Finnish labour Size: KB.
Changing Labour Markets, Welfare Policies and Citizenship. Bristol: Policy Press. Free association books. Google Scholar. Harsløf I. () Discussion: The Take on New Social Risks in the Nordic Welfare States. In: Harsløf I., Ulmestig R. (eds) Changing Social Risks and Social Policy Responses in the Nordic Welfare States.
Palgrave Cited by: 2. The paper uses disaggregated, pooled time series data on welfare provision in 15 OECD countries, –, to test the association between more comprehensive welfare state regimes and state structures that facilitate the intervention of organized labour movements in the policy by: 9.
In book: Gender, Participation and Citizenship in the Netherlands, pp Changing Labour Markets: Welfare Policies and Citizen April Journal of Social Policy. globalization, the welfare state, and labour market policy I have also done some comparative work on labour market policy.
In the past this work has focused on policy outcomes, measuring the relative performance of different labour market policy frameworks. Summary: Social marginalisation due to changing labour markets in a global, knowledge-intensive economy poses a major challenge to international welfare states.
Addressing the problem from a citizenship perspective, this book contributes significantly to the understanding of policy problems and the development of appropriate strategies. It is often argued that European welfare states, with regulated labour markets, relatively generous social protection and relatively high wage equality, have become counter-productive in a globalised and knowledge-intensive economy.
Using in-depth, comparative and interdisciplinary analysis of employment, welfare and citizenship in a number of European countries, this book. FRONTIER ISSUES 31 JULY The impact of the technological revolution on labour markets and income distribution Department of Economic & Social Affairs.
This work examines the concept of citizenship in relation to social policy, in the context of the rapidly changing European welfare states. Leading academics analyse concrete changes in social rights and citizenship roles, and offer theoretical investigations of citizenship and the welfare.
The Changing Disability Policy System: Active Citizenship and Disability in Europe Volume 1 approaches the conditions for Active Citizenship from a macro perspective in order to capture the impact of the overall disability policy system.
This system takes diverse and changing forms in the nine European countries under study. Baganha, M. () ‘ Immigrants social citizenship and labour market dynamics in Portugal ’, in M.
Bommes and A. Geddes (eds.) Immigration and Welfare: Challenging the Borders of the Welfare State, London: Routledge, pp.
In a period of rapid social and economic change, labour markets are undergoing major transformations. This book explores the changing fortunes of young people in Europe's flexible and precarious labour markets and the range of policies that are being developed to help them deal with the problems they face.Policy Press,1 0, hbk, ix + pp, £ This thorough and important book by a New Zealand academic studies changing public attitudes to welfare provisions in New Zealand, Australia and United, and, in particular, asks about the detail of changing public attitudes in relation to different governments and different policy fields in the context of a general shift .All these analyses and policy developments point towards a similar policy logic based on ‘social investment’.
The aim of this book is to map out the contours of this new perspective, both at the ideational level and in terms of the policies implemented throughout Europe.