One Hundred Years of Social Protection : The Changing Social Question in Brazil, India, China, and South Africa /

"Lutz Leisering continues his path-breaking analysis of social policy development outside the OECD world. This is the book students of global social policy and policy-makers have been waiting for." - Ian Gough FAcSS FRSA, Visiting Professor in CASE and Associate of GRI, London School of Ec...

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Leisering, Lutz (Editor,
Format: eBook
Published: Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021.
Edition:1st ed. 2021.
Series:Global Dynamics of Social Policy ,
Online Access:Connect to the full text of this electronic book
Table of Contents:
  • Part 1. Introduction. - 1. Social Protection in the Global South - An Ideational and Historical Approach; Lutz Leisering. Part 2. China
  • The Early Rise of Social Security in China: Ideas and Reforms, 1911-1949; Aiqun Hu
  • 3. Social Security: The Career of a Contested Social Idea in China During the Reform Era, 1978-2020; Shih-Jiunn Shj. - Part 3. India
  • 4. Social Policy in India: One Hundred Years of the (Stifled) Social Question; Sony Pellissery
  • 5. Minoritarian Labour Welfare in India: The Case of the Employees' State Insurance Act of 1948; Ravi Ahuja
  • Part 4. South Africa
  • 6. The Social Question in Pre-Apartheid South Africa: Race, Religion and the State; Jeremy Seekings
  • 7. A Racialised Social Question: Pension Reform in Apartheid South Africa; Marianne S. Ulriksen
  • 8. (Re)formulating the Social Question in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Zola Skweyiya, Dignity, Development and the Welfare State; Jeremy Seekings
  • Part 5. Brazil
  • 9. The Anatomy of the Social Question and the Evolution of the Brazilian Social Security System, 1919-2020; Lena Lavinas
  • 10. Ideational Bases of Land Reform in Brazil, 1910 to the Present; Gabriel Ondetti
  • Part 6. Conclusion. - 11. One Hundred Years of Social Protection - The Rise of the Social Question in Brazil, India, China and South Africa, 1920-2020; Lutz Leisering.