- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- One Towards ‘citizen professionals’: contextualising professions and the state
- Part I Mapping change in comparative perspective
- Two Global models of restructuring health care: challenges of integration and coordination
- Three Remodelling a corporatist health system: change and conservative forces
- Four Drivers and enablers of change: exploring dynamics in Germany
- Part II Dynamics of new governance in the German health system
- Five Hybrid regulation: the rise of networks and managerialism
- Six Transformations of professionalism: permeable boundaries in a contested terrain
- Seven New actors enter the stage: the silent voices of consumers in the landscape of biomedicine
- Part III The rise of a new professionalism in late modernity
- Eight Professions and trust: new technologies of building trust in medical services
- Nine The knowledge–power knot in professionalism: transforming the ‘currency of competition’
- Ten Conclusion
- Appendix Research design of the empirical in-depth study
Reinventing professions, the state and the public
- Modernising health care
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