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The Dualizations of the French Welfare System

Abstract : First lines of the introduction: The main components of the French welfare system clearly reflect the Bismarckian tradition of social insurance. From 1945 to the late 1970s, social policies expanded as one of the important parts of the Keynesian compromises that underpinned the "Trente Glorieuses".
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Bruno Palier. The Dualizations of the French Welfare System. Bruno Palier; Bruno Palier. A long Good bye to Bismarck? The Politics of Welfare reforms in Continental Europe, Amsterdam University Press, pp.73 - 100, 2010, 9789089642349. ⟨hal-02297523⟩



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