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Social Policy Review 15UK and international perspectives$
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Catherine Bochel, Nick Ellison, and Martin Powell

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9781847424709

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781847424709.001.0001

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Globalisation/welfare: what's the preposition? And, or, versus, with?

Globalisation/welfare: what's the preposition? And, or, versus, with?

(p.71) Four Globalisation/welfare: what's the preposition? And, or, versus, with?
Social Policy Review 15

Herman M. Schwartz

Policy Press

This chapter examines some of the common arguments and confusions about the welfare state and globalisation. It begins by making a case for looking broadly at social protection. It then shows how the use of a broader conception of social protection allows one to make a better causal argument on the link between the ‘non-domestic’ and ‘domestic’ causes of changes in the supply and demand of welfare services or transfers. The chapter ends by suggesting that globalisation has surely changed the post-war welfare state.

Keywords:   welfare state, globalisation, social protection, welfare services, welfare transfers

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