8 edition of Global Capital, Political Institutions, and Policy Change in Developed Welfare States (Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics) found in the catalog.
February 11, 2002
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||350|
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Global capital, political institutions, and policy change in developed welfare states / Duane Swank. – (Cambridge studies in comparative politics) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN – ISBN (pb.) 1. Welfare state.
Capital movements. Globalization. Comparative government. Title. Global Capital, Political Institutions, and Policy Change in Developed Welfare States Thisbook argues that the dramatic post rise in international capital mobility has not, as many claim, systematically contributed to the retrench-ment of developed welfare states.
Nor has globalization directly reduced Global Capital. This book argues that the dramatic post rise in international capital mobility has not systematically contributed to the retrenchment of developed welfare states as many claim.
Nor has globalization directly reduced the revenue-raising capacities of governments and undercut the political institutions that support the welfare by: Global Capital, Political Institutions, and Policy Change in Developed Welfare Statesby Duane Swank.
New York, Cambridge University Press, pp. Cloth, $; paper, $ Many scholarly and casual observers contend that the dramatic posts rise book reviews j A catalog record for this book is available from the British Library.
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Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. The first of three chapters on the implications of electoral politics and the design of political institutions for welfare state adjustment. Swank first provides an overview of two key domestic and international pressures on developed welfare states: domestic fiscal stress and international capital mobility.
He then outlines the theoretical argument that democratic institutions fundamentally. Global Capital, Political Institutions, and Policy Change in Developed Welfare States. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Duane Swank Date Publisher Cambridge University Press Pub place Cambridge ISBN DOI.
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This book challenges the conventional wisdom that progressive taxation goes hand-in-hand with large public expenditures in mature welfare states and qualifies the partisan centred explanation that dominates the welfare state literature. Global Capital, Political Institutions, and Policy Change in Developed Welfare States.
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Political institutions and systems have a direct impact on the business environment and activities of a country. For example, a political system that is straightforward and evolving when it comes to the political participation of the people and laser-focused on the well-being of its citizens contributes to positive economic growth in its : Alistair Boddy-Evans.
In this study, the social policy and the welfare state are handled with their goals, scopes, types, and problems from their historical development up to today.
Social policy is a set of measures developed to protect workers against the dangers arising as a result of industrialization, in parallel to the historical development, after the Author: Esra Dundar Aravacik. Global political economy is a field of study that deals with the interaction between political and economic forces.
At its centre have always been questions of human welfare and how these might be related to state behaviour and corporate interests in different parts of the world. Global capital, political institutions, and contemporary welfare state development: quantitative analysis 4. Big welfare states in global markets: internationalization and welfare state reform in Author: Philipp Genschel.globalization and the politics of the welfare state The theoretical argument of this study is that economic globalization, by default, exerts a downward pressure on the Author: Hanbeom Jeong.political institutions affect policy outcomes.
Section 4 reviews how institutional arrange-ments vary across U.S. states. Section 5 studies institutions that directly affect the process of political representation, to see whether and how they affect voter turnout and such legisla-tive outcomes as political ideology and the.