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Beyond the Welfare State: Postwar Social Settlement and Public Pension Policy in Canada and Australia

Beyond the Welfare State: Postwar Social Settlement and Public Pension Policy in Canada and Australia

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Beyond the Welfare State: Postwar Social Settlement and Public Pension Policy in Canada and Australia

Beyond the Welfare State: Postwar Social Settlement and Public Pension Policy in Canada and Australia
by Sirvan Karimi
Neoliberal calls for welfare state reforms, especially cuts to public pensions, are a contentious issue for employees, employers, and national governments across the western world. But what are the underlying factors that have shaped the response to these pressures in Canada and Australia?

 

Review of Sirvan Karimi's book:

“… provides much comparative insight into pension reform and, more generally, welfare state development and restructuring. Students of pension reform and social protection would gain much from engaging with this excellent book.”

Professor Daniel Beland, Canada Research Chair in Public Policy in University of Saskatchewan, Journal of Aging and Social Policy, Aug 18, 2017 (Peer Reviewed Journal) http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/08959420.2017.1366161

Year of book publication: 2017
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Author: Sirvan Karimi
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