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Includes bibliographical references (pages 249-281) and index.
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.
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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.
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