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    Renegotiating the Welfare State Flexible Adjustment Through Corporatist Concertation

    ISBN-10: 0415223458
    ISBN-13: 9780415223454
    Edition: 2003
    Description: This comparative volume studies the experiences of a variety of countries in reforming their welfare states through corporatist concertation. It features contributions from highly respected academics from across Europe and a series of case studies.
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    Copyright Year: 2003
    Publisher: Routledge
    Publication Date: 7/29/2003
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 320
    Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
    Weight: 1.342
    Language: English

    This comparative volume studies the experiences of a variety of countries in reforming their welfare states through corporatist concertation. It features contributions from highly respected academics from across Europe and a series of case studies.

    Introduction
    Introduction: Renegotiating the Welfare State through Corporatist Concertation
    Countries with Traditions of Corporatist Concertation
    The Resurgence of Dutch Corporatist Policy Coordination in an Age of Globalization
    The Societal and Historical Embeddedness of Dutch Corporatism
    Austrian Social Partnership: Just a Mid-life Crisis?
    Nordic Corporatism and Welfare State Reforms - Denmark and Sweden Compared
    Welfare State Adjustment between Consensual and Adversarial Politics: The Institutional Context of Reform in Germany
    Renegotiating the Swiss Welfare State
    Countries without Historical Corporatist Traditions
    Negotiated Governance: Some Reflections on the Recent Experience of Macro-Political Bargaining in Ireland
    Comparisons
    Globalization, Industrial Relations and Welfare States: Charting Europe's 'Corporatist' Future
    The Negotiator as Auctioneer - Wage Centralization and Wage Flexibility: A Comparison of Corporatist and Non-Corporatist Countries
    European Corporatism
    EU Social Policy and Corporatist Governance - No Future in the Multi-Level Game?
    The Renaissance of National Corporatism: Unintended Side-Effect of European Economic and Monetary Union, or Calculated Response to the Absence of European Social Policy?

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