Social Policy Review 27

Analysis and Debate in Social Policy, 2015

Edited by Zoë Irving, Menno Fenger, and John Hudson

Social Policy Review 27

Edited by Zoë Irving, Menno Fenger, and John Hudson

Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol

304 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2015
Cloth $116.00 ISBN: 9781447322771 Published September 2015 For sale in North and South America only
Published in association with the Social Policy Association, Social Policy Review is an annual volume that draws together international scholarship at the forefront of research on social policy. This edition looks at the effects of financialization on services and the provision of care, policies aimed at addressing deficiencies in housing and labor markets, and ways that the study of social policy may need to develop to respond to changing material concerns. A themed section, meanwhile, considers the place of comparative welfare modeling in the context of a quarter-century of change.
Contents
Part One: Continuities and change in UK social policy
Britain’s hunger crisis: where’s the social policy?
Hannah Lambie-Mumford

Social security policy and low wages in austere times
Chris Grover

Responsibilisation of everyday life: housing and welfare state change
Stuart Lowe and Jed Meers

‘The end of local government as we know it’: what next for adult social care?
Jon Glasby

Part Two: Contributions from the Social Policy Association Conference 2014
Towards the Welfare Commons: contestation, critique and criticality in social policy
Fiona Williams

New keys for old doors: breaking the vicious circle connecting homelessness and reoffending
Graham Bowpitt

Embedded neglect, entrenched abuse: market failure and mistreatment in elderly residential care
Joe Greener

What variety of employment service quasi-market? Ireland’s JobPath as a private power market
Jay Wiggan

Part Three: 25 years after The three worlds of welfare capitalism: a retrospective
Applying welfare regime ideal types in empirical analysis: the example of activation
Deborah Rice

What if we waited a little longer? The dependent variable problem: within the comparative analysis of the welfare state revisited
Stefan Kühner

The welfare modelling business in the East Asian welfare state debate
Gyu-Jin Hwang

The role of regime-type analysis in OECD work on social policy and family
Dominic Richardson
Review Quotes
Karen Rowlingson, Birmingham University
“A one-stop shop for key contemporary social policy debates, along with a timely retrospective on the ‘three worlds of welfare capitalism.' Essential reading for all those interested in social policy.”
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