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by Erik Albaek

Author: Erik Albaek
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Aarhus University Press (December 31, 2008)
Pages: 306 pages
Category: History
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How did Denmark avoid a macro-economic catastrophe in the 1980s and 1990s and still manage not only to maintain but also expand its welfare state? . has been added to your Cart.

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Request PDF On Dec 1, 2010, Johan Nordensvaerd and others published Crisis, Miracles and Beyond: Negotiated .

This book offers an innovative analysis of the ways in which the relationship between citizens and welfare states - social citizenship - becomes more dynamic and multifaceted as a result of Europeanization and individualization.

Home Browse Books Book details, Crisis, Miracles, and Beyond: Negotiated. Crisis, Miracles, and Beyond: Negotiated Adaptation of the Danish Welfare System. What explains the remarkable resilience of the Danish welfare state, and what does this tell us about the future of the welfare state in general? How did this welfare state survive a quarter century that saw the collapse of its economic foundations in Keynesian demand management and full employment, and the erosion of its political foundations in the face of a fairly successful and OECD-wide ideological challenge to the whole idea of the welfare state from the political right?

2. 3 crisis, miracles, and beyond. 4 Dedicated to the memory of Leslie C. Eliason. But, unlike the welfare state, and particularly the Danish welfare state, this book has finally come to an end! The papers in this collection of essays first saw the light of day in 1995, at a time when the Danish economy had just found its feet after a decade of turmoil and adjustment.

ADDED NAME Albaek, Erik. This book presents a comprehensive picture of how the Danish welfare state and political economy works by looking at the governance of and interactions between the welfare state and economy at all levels, using analyses of general macro-economic policy, centre-local relations, budgeting, labour market, and welfare state transfers and services in three critical areas. A critical introductory survey of the welfare state literature and a synthetic conclusion frame these studies.

Albk, Erik, Eliason, Leslie . Nrgaard, Asbjrn Sonne, Schwartz, Herman M. (2008): Crisis, Miracles, and Beyond : Negotiated Adaptation of the Danish Welfare State. Aarhus University Press: rhus

Albk, Erik, Eliason, Leslie . Aarhus University Press: rhus. Greve, Bent (2004): Denmark: Universal or not so universal welfare state Social Policy and Administration, Volume 38, Issue 2,pp. 156-169 Andersen, Jrgen Goul (2000): Welfare Crisis and Beyond : Danish Welfare Policies in the 1980s and 1990s In Kuhnle, Stein (e. : European Survival of the Welfare State.

How did Denmark avoid a macro-economic catastrophe in the 1980s and 1990s and still manage not only to maintain but also expand its welfare state? Denmark's macro-economic troubles apparently derived from a number of vices identified by critics of the welfare state: it had an enormous, thoroughly unionized, and unresponsive public sector; large numbers of people relied on the state for their livelihood, making programmatic cuts politically difficult; many programs had the characteristic of property rights and were hard to modify. Taxes to sustain this welfare state compressed investment, eroding both fiscal and current account balances. Yet by the mid 1990s, public support for the welfare state was as high as ever, while fiscal and current accounts were essentially in balance. The analyses in this book suggest that most of the vices that traditional welfare state scholarship identifies are also virtues. This book presents a comprehensive picture of how the Danish welfare state and political economy works by looking at the governance of and interactions between the welfare state and economy at all levels, using analyses of general macro-economic policy, center-local relations, budgeting, labour market, and welfare state transfers and services in three critical areas. A critical introductory survey of the welfare state literature and a synthetic conclusion frame these studies. This fine-grained analysis shows how alleged weaknesses were actually strengths that allowed a negotiated adaptation of the Danish model to external and internal changes. This sheds light on the future of the welfare state and economic governance in a globalizing world, and the complementarities and synergies between economic and welfare state governance.