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Clients, Consumers or Citizens?The Privatisation of Adult Social Care in England$
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Bob Hudson

Print publication date: 2021

Print ISBN-13: 9781447355694

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: January 2022

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447355694.001.0001

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The emergence and consolidation of the market

The emergence and consolidation of the market

(p.15) 2 The emergence and consolidation of the market
Clients, Consumers or Citizens?

Bob Hudson

Policy Press

Chapter 2 explores the emergence of ‘neoliberalism’ as the dominant approach to politics and policy in the 1980s and the way in which this led to critiques of the state run model of the 1970s. It charts the subsequent emergence of the market model based upon the split between the commissioning of services and their provision, and the growing acceptance of this as the new paradigm.

Keywords:   1980s Neoliberalism, Critiques of the Seebohm model, Emergence of the market model, The purchaser-provider split in social care

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