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Author Marx, Ive.
Title A new social question? : on minimum income protection in the postindustrial era / Ive Marx.
Imprint Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2007.

Author Marx, Ive.
Series Changing welfare states
Changing welfare states.
Subject Basic income -- OECD countries.
Unskilled labor -- OECD countries.
Poverty -- OECD countries.
Welfare state.
Description 1 online resource (287 pages) : illustrations.
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 249-281) and index.
Contents The decline of self-reliance in advanced welfare states -- The demand shift against the less-skilled -- Low pay and poverty: anatomy of a 'new' social risk -- On the limits to incrementalism in income protection policy: the case of structural unemployment in Belgium -- How responsive are poverty rates to job growth? -- Alternatives to passive income support: the verdict of empirical evaluation studies.
Note Print version record.
Summary Examines changes in the social security provision in a range of European countries, with special emphasis on the Bismarckian welfare states such as the Netherlands and Belgium.
ISBN 9781429472678 (electronic bk.)
1429472677 (electronic bk.)
9789048503445 (electronic bk.)
9048503442 (electronic bk.)
9789053569252 (pbk.)
9053569251 (pbk.)
OCLC # 144468362
Additional Format Print version: Marx, Ive. New social question?. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2007 9789053569252 9053569251 (OCoLC)84611867


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