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The Long Conservative Corporatist Road to Welfare Reforms

Abstract : First lines: This final chapter provides a cross-cutting reading of the earlier contri-butions in an attempt to account for the common characteristics of the Bismarckian welfare reform trajectory . It will not concentrate on the de-tailed contents of each reform1, or on the differences between them, these having been exhaustively detailed in the national chapters that make up the main part of this volume. Instead, this chapter will focus on the speci-ficities of each phase of the common reform trajectory , with a particular emphasis on the diagnoses, the politics and the consequences of the re-forms adopted. The aim is to give a general answer to the question: ‘how did Bismarckian welfare systems change’?
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Bruno Palier. The Long Conservative Corporatist Road to Welfare Reforms. Bruno Palier. A long Good bye to Bismarck? The Politics of Welfare reforms in Continental Europe, Amsterdam University Press, pp.333 - 387, 2010, 9789089642349. ⟨hal-02402168⟩



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