By Bernhard Ebbinghaus, Philip Manow
This booklet demanding situations the preferred thesis of a downward development within the viability of welfare states in aggressive marketplace economies. With methods starting from historic case reports to cross-national analyses, the individuals discover a number of elements of the relationships among welfare states, commercial relatives, monetary executive and creation platforms.
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Comparing Welfare Capitalism: Social Policy and Political Economy in Europe, Japan and the USA by Bernhard Ebbinghaus, Philip Manow