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Author Burrows, Roger, 1962-

Title Towards a post-Fordist welfare state? / edited by Roger Burrows and Brian Loader
Published London ; New York, NY : Routledge, 1994

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Description xiii, 263 pages ; 22 cm
Series State of welfare
State of welfare.
Contents 1. Towards a post-Fordist welfare state? The restructuring of Britain, social policy and the future of welfare / Brian Loader and Roger Burrows -- 2. The transition to post-Fordism and the Schumpeterian workfare state / Bob Jessop -- 3. The politics of the modernisation of the UK welfare state / Paul Hoggett -- 4. Social relations, welfare and the post-Fordism debate / Fiona Williams -- 5. Prisoners of the Beveridge dream? The political mobilisation of the poor against contemporary welfare regimes / Paul Bagguley -- 6. Continuity and discontinuity in the emergence of the 'post-Fordist' welfare state / Christopher Pierson -- 7. Restructuring the local welfare state / Allan Cochrane -- 8. Planning for and against the divided city: a case study of the north east of England / David Byrne -- 9. Public services and local economic regeneration in a post-Fordist economy / Mike Geddes -- 10. Flexibility in higher education / Michael Rustin
11. Labour flexibility and the changing welfare state: is there a post-Fordist model? / Steven Pinch -- 12. Consumers, consumption and post-Fordism / Alan Warde
Summary This text examines the implications of applying post-Fordism, with its greater emphasis on the individual, freedom of choice and flexibility, to contemporary restructuring of the British welfare state
Analysis Public services
Public services
Notes Bibliography: p239-254. - Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [239]-254) and indexes
Subject Public welfare -- Great Britain.
Welfare state -- Great Britain.
Welfare state.
Great Britain -- Social policy.
Author Burrows, Roger, 1962-
Loader, Brian, 1958-
LC no. 93042527
ISBN 0415099676
0415099684