Welfare State Reforms Seen from Below: Comparing Public Attitudes and Organized Interests in Britain and Germany
Studying the political economy of welfare state reform, this edited collection focuses on the role of public opinion and organized interests in respect to policy change. It highlights that welfare states are hard pressed to reform in order to cope with ongoing socio-economic and demographic challenges. While public opinion is commonly seen to oppose welfare cuts and organized interests such as trade unions have tended to defend acquired social rights, this book shows that there have been emergent tendencies in favour of reform.
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Organized Interests Political Actors and Social Groups
Public Attitudes Towards Reforms
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Welfare State Reforms Seen from Below: Comparing Public Attitudes and ...
Bernhard Ebbinghaus,Elias Naumann
Keine Leseprobe verfügbar - 2019