Can Welfare States Be Sustained in a Global Economy? Lessons from Scandinavia
Eric S. Einhorn and John Logue argue that the European social model can be reformed without sacrificing its gains and that the Scandinavian states have already adapted their welfare state models to meet demographic, social, and economic challenges. They sketch the characteristics of the Scandinavian model, including its underpinnings in encompassing organizations of the less well off, the role of democratic corporatism in policymaking, and the importance of empiricism, social trust, and solidarity in the development of public policy.
The Welfare State and Beyond: Success and Problems in Scandinavia, Gunnar Heckscher Reviewed by John Logue
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