The Transformation of Solidarity: Changing Risks and the Future of the Welfare State (Paperback)

Romke van der Veen, Mara Yerkes, Peter Achterberg

Edité par Amsterdam University Press, 2012
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Language: English . Brand New Book. This study investigates the consequences of processes of social individualisation and economic globalisation for welfare state solidarity. Solidarity is defined as the willingness to share risks. The institutions of the welfare state, such as social security or health care insurance, are founded on the willingness of citizens to share risks and organize solidarity between the young and the old, between the healthy and the sick, between the working and the unemployed. Processes of individualisation and globalisation affect these risks and in this study the authors investigate how and to what extent these changes influence the way risks are perceived by the public, what this means for the willingness to share risks and how this is translated in risk management strategies in firms, unions and administrative agencies. N° de réf. du libraire

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Synopsis : This pioneering study investigates the consequences of social indivualization and economic globalization on the welfare state. With a particular focus on solidarity, or the willingness to accept shared risks, the editors look at the dynamics between the aging and the young, the healthy and the sick, and the working and unemployed within welfare states. The Transformation of Solidarity translates recent changes in the global economy into risk management strategies for businesses, unions, and government administrators, while pinpointing how the public views these risks. The editors of this important volume bring together a wide range of papers that approach this topic from a variety of perspectives, and they provide a vital new tool for understanding how welfare states operate.

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Romke van der Veen is professor of sociology, Mara Yerkes is a research fellow, and Peter Achterberg is assistant professor at the Erasmus University Rotterdam.

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Titre : The Transformation of Solidarity: Changing ...
Éditeur : Amsterdam University Press
Date d'édition : 2012
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Description du livre Amsterdam :. Amsterdam University Press, 2012. Paperback. 216 pp.(Amsterdam University Press - Changing Welfare States Series). - This pioneering study investigates the consequences of social indivualization and economic globalization on the welfare state. With a particular focus on solidarity, or the willingness to accept shared risks, the editors look at the dynamics between the aging and the young, the healthy and the sick, and the working and unemployed within welfare states. The Transformation of Solidarity translates recent changes in the global economy into risk management strategies for businesses, unions, and government administrators, while pinpointing how the public views these risks. The editors of this important volume bring together a wide range of papers that approach this topic from a variety of perspectives, and they provide a vital new tool for understanding how welfare states operate. Condition : as new copyISBN 9789089643834[KEYWORDS: zdoos,*. N° de réf. du libraire 233001

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