How Economic Worldviews Shape Social Policy Choices in Times of Crisis
This book analyses labour market changes in eighteen countries and shows that the most important factor in explaining whether cuts are made is the economic world view of a particular government rather...
Increasing Protection in an Unprotected World
This book asks why different nations have taken different tacks in handling-or not handling-the increasing gap between the regularly employed and those who have nonstandard, irregular work or are...
René Grotenhuis analyses policies intended to bring stability to fragile states and shows how they ignore the question of what gives people a sense of belonging to a nation-state.