The Resource Making Markets in the Welfare State : the Politics of Varying Market Reforms

Making Markets in the Welfare State : the Politics of Varying Market Reforms

Label
Making Markets in the Welfare State : the Politics of Varying Market Reforms
Title
Making Markets in the Welfare State
Title remainder
the Politics of Varying Market Reforms
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Examining a range of countries, periods and policy areas, provides an original explanation of market reforms in the industrialized world
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
Dewey number
338.9
Index
index present
LC call number
HD3850 .G487 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics
Label
Making Markets in the Welfare State : the Politics of Varying Market Reforms
Publication
Note
7.i: the main contributions of the book
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-266) and index
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rdacarrier
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Contents
  • Cover; Making Markets in the Welfare State: The Politics of Varying Market Reforms; Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics; Title; Copyright; Contents; Figures; Tables; Acknowledgements; 1 Introduction; 1.1: INTRODUCTION; 1.2: HOW MARKETS DIFFER; The allocation dimension; The production dimension; Six types of markets; (a) State-driven markets -- Managed Markets and Austerity Markets; (b) Consumer-driven markets -- Consumer-Controlled and Two Tiered markets; (c) Producer-driven markets -- Pork Barrel and Private Power markets; (d) Other forms of markets?; I.3: THE STRUCTURE OF THE BOOK
  • 2 Markets and politics2.1: POLITICAL PARTIES AND DISTRIBUTIVE STRUGGLES AROUND THE WELFARE STATE; 2.2: THE RISE OF MARKETS, THE END OF POLITICS; Two cheers for markets; Markets against politics?; Uniform markets? Uniform causes?; 2.3: MARKETS ARE PATH DEPENDENT -- PAST DISTRIBUTIVESTRUGGLES MATTER; 2.4: MARKETS AS A SITE OF DISTRIBUTIVEBATTLES -- BRINGING PARTIES BACK IN; A theory of constrained partisanship; Markets as diverse instruments of reform; Partisan preferences; Strategies in constrained environments; What about unions and professional associations?; 2.5: CONCLUSION
  • 3 The rise of markets3.1: THE EMERGENCE OF MARKETS; 3.2: MARKETS IN PRACTICE; The United Kingdom; The Conservative turn to markets; Labour's use of markets; Sweden; Markets and the Swedish Right; The Left -- the SAP's shift towards markets; The Netherlands; The move to the market on the Right; Markets on the left; Conclusion; 4 Health care markets; 4.1: THE DEBATE OVER MARKETS; The politics of multiple markets; 4.2: ENGLAND -- FROM AUSTERITY TO CHOICE; Towards an Austerity Market; Reshaping the market -- towards a Consumer-Controlled market; Why these changes?; Labour's reforms
  • 4.3: SWEDEN -- PATIENT CHOICE AND PRIVATE CONTROLTowards Consumer-Controlled markets; From consumers to producers; Why these markets?; Moderates and markets; 4.4: NETHERLANDS -- A SLOW PATH TO AN AUSTERITY MARKET; Towards the Austerity Market; Why these markets?; Reform in the 2000s: A second move towards Austerity Markets; 4.5 CONCLUSION; 5 Education markets; 5.1: MARKETS IN EDUCATION; The politics of markets; 5.2: ENGLAND -- MORE CHOICE AND CONTRACTING3; The Conservatives and choice; Labour's changes; Why these markets?; Labour's changes; 5.3: SWEDEN -- EMPOWER SCHOOLS AND PARENTS
  • From Private Power to Consumer-ControlledWhy these markets?; 5.4: THE NETHERLANDS -- TOWARDS AND AWAYFROM A TWO TIER MARKET; The path to a Two Tiered market; Why these markets?; 5.5: CONCLUSION; 6 Markets in elderly care; 6.I: MARKETS IN ELDERLY CARE; 6.2: MARKETS IN ENGLAND; Producer-driven markets in care; Labour -- changes around the edges; Why these markets?; Labour's calculations; 6.3: SWEDEN: CHANGES FROM BELOW; Markets in Sweden; Why these markets?; 6.4: THE NETHERLANDS: TO MARKET AND BACK, AND THERE AGAIN; Markets in care; Why these markets?; 6.5: CONCLUSION; 7 Conclusion
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1 online resource (290 pages)
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online
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9780511791529
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9786613341853
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334185
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  • (OCoLC)769342122
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