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This book questions whether the recently promoted European 'social investment' strategy is able to regenerate the welfare state, promote social inclusion, create more and better jobs, and help address the challenges posed by the economic crisis, globalisation, ageing and climate change. To assess the achievements, shortcomings and potentials of social investment policies, it brings together amongst the best social policy scholars and well-known policy experts, connecting academic and policy debates around the future of the welfare state.
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"The first book that gives us a balanced and sophisticated analysis of what social investment policies entail and how they have been implemented across the advanced world. It will become the authoritative reference on welfare state reform for years to come... a must-read for any serious social policy course." Gosta Esping-Andersen, Professor of Sociology, Universitat Pompeu Fabra "...of crucial relevance in this time of economic crisis." Ana M. Guillen, Professor of Sociology, University of Oviedo, Spain "Towards a social investment welfare state? is published at a time of considerable economic and political challenges..As such, Towards a social investment welfare state? provides an excellent overview of the state and possible future development of social investment policies." Peter Wells, International Journal of Social Welfare "The book provides a wide-ranging and intelligent discussion at the European level of an important new paradigm." Citizen's Income Newsletter
Nathalie Morel is research associate at the Centre d'etudes europeennes at Sciences Po, France. Her research interest is on comparative social policy, especially care policies. Bruno Palier is CNRS Research Professor at Sciences Po, Centre d'etudes europeennes. He has published extensively on welfare reforms in France and in Europe. Joakim Palme is a social policy expert, professor at the Department of Government, Uppsala University, and director of the Institute for Futures Studies in Stockholm.
Beyond the welfare state as we knew it? ~ Nathalie Morel, Bruno Palier, Joakim Palme; Part one: Towards a new social policy paradigm: Two or three waves of welfare state transformation ~ Anton Hemerijck; Redesigning citizenship regimes after neoliberalism: moving towards social investment ~ Jane Jenson; Part two: Mapping the development of social investment policies: Towards social investment? Patterns of public policy in the OECD world ~ Rita Nikolai; Social investment or re-commodification? Assessing the employment policies of the EU member states ~ Caroline de la Porte and Kerstin Jacobsson; Part three: Assessing the social investment policies: Promoting social investment through work-family policies: which nations do it and why? ~ Kimberly Morgan; Active labour market policy and social investment: a changing relationship ~ Giuliano Bonoli; Do social investment policies produce more and better jobs? ~ Moira Nelson and John Stephens; Social investment in the globalising learning economy: A European perspective ~ Bengt-Ake Lundvall and Edward Lorenz; Part four: Meeting the challenges ahead?: Social investment in the ageing populations of Europe ~ Thomas Lindh; Aftershock: The post-crisis social investment welfare state in Europe ~ Patrick Diamond and Roger Liddle; Climate policy and the social investment approach: towards a European model for sustainable development ~ Lena Sommestad; From the Lisbon strategy to the EUROPE 2020 ~ Bengt-Ake Lundvall and Edward Lorenz; Social investment: A paradigm in search of a new economic model and political mobilization ~ Nathalie Morel, Bruno Palier, Joakim Palme.