International Impacts on Social Policy : Short Histories in Global Perspective /

This open access book consists of 39 short essays that exemplify how interactions between inter- and trans-national interdependencies and domestic factors have shaped the dynamics of social policy in various parts of the world at different points in time. Each chapter highlights a specific type of i...

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Other Authors: Nullmeier, Frank (Editor), González de Reufels, Delia (Editor), Obinger, Herbert (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2022.
Edition:1st ed. 2022.
Series:Global Dynamics of Social Policy ,
Online Access:Connect to the full text of this electronic book
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction: International Interdependencies and the Impact on Social Policies Frank Nullmeier, Delia González de Reufels, and Herbert Obinger
  • Part I Violence and Welfare
  • 2. Introduction: Violence and Welfare Herbert Obinger and Carina Schmitt
  • 3 Mass Warfare and the Development of the Modern Welfare State: An Analysis of the Western World, 1914-1950 Herbert Obinger, Carina Schmitt, and Laura Seelkopf
  • 4. The Emergence of the Socialist Healthcare Model After the First World War Andreas Heinrich
  • 5. The Cold War and the Welfare State in Western Europe Klaus Petersen, Michele Mioni, and Herbert Obinger
  • 6 The Coalition Between Medical Doctors and the MilitarOn the Establishment of Public Health in Chile, 1870-1939 Delia González de Reufels
  • 7 Social Policy and Britain's 1929 Colonial Development AAmanda Shriwise
  • 8 The Colonial Legacy and the Jamaican Healthcare SystemElsada Diana Cassells, Gabriela de Carvalho, and Lorraine Frisina Doetter
  • 9 Between Aspiration and Reality: The Effect of the French Colonial Legacy on Old-Age Pension Coverage in AfricaAline Grünewald
  • 10 The Colonial Legacies of Copper Dependence: Inequality and Bifurcated Social Protection in Zambia Anna Wolkenhauer
  • 11 Class-Based Communities: The Postcolonial Reform of School Education in South Africa Alex Veit
  • Part II International Organisations and Transnational Diffusion
  • 12 Introduction: International Organisations and Transnational Diffusion Kerstin Martens and Dennis Niemann
  • 13 Global "Cultural Spheres" and the Introduction of Compulsory Schooling Around the World Fabian Besche-Truthe, Helen Seitzer, and Michael Windzio
  • 14 The ILO Beyond Philadelphia Jenny Hahs
  • 15 Between Economics and Education: How International Organisations Changed the View on Education Dennis Niemann, David Krogmann, and Kerstin Martens
  • 16 The Role of the United Nations in Promoting the Policy Debate on Child Allowance Issues in 1960s Japan Naho Sugita.-17. The Washington Consensus and the Push for Neoliberal Social Policies in Latin America: The Impact of International Organisations on Colombian HealthcarReform Gabriela de Carvalho and Lorraine Frisina Doetter
  • 18 World Bank Intervention and Introduction of Social Health Insurance in Albania Ertila Druga
  • 19 Social Protection in Mozambique from the 1990s to the 2000s Sarah Kassim de Camargo Penteado
  • 20. Labour Market Segmentation, Regulation of NonStandard Employment, and the Influence of the EUIrene Dingeldey and Jean-Yves Gerlitz
  • 21. Pathways to Family Policy in Half a Century of Population Control: International Paradigms and National Programmes Tobias Böger, Sonja Drobnic, and Johannes Huinink
  • 22 Opposition to the Washington Consensus: The IMF and Social Policy Reforms in Post-Soviet Russia Heiko Pleines
  • Part III Globalisation, Economic Interdependencies and Economic Crises
  • 23 Globalisation, Economic Interdependencies and Economic Crises Ivo Mossig and Michael Lischka
  • 24 Economic Interdependencies and Social Expenditures Revisited Nils Düpont, Ivo Mossig, and Michael Lischka
  • 25 Black Swans and the Emergence of Unemployment Insurance in the First Half of the Twentieth Century Herbert Obinger and Carina Schmitt
  • 26. Standard-Setting in Colonial Labour Regulation and the Great Depression Heiner Fechner
  • 27. Social Reforms and the Fear of Economic Backlash: Political Debates on Social Policy and Transnational Influences in Argentina in the 1930s Simon Gerards Iglesias
  • 28 International Transfers and National Path Dependencies: Pension Systems in Britain and Germany after the Second World War Cornelius Torp
  • 29. The Formation of a National Capital Stock and the Pension Systems in South Korea and Malaysia Johanna Kuhlmann and Frank Nullmeier
  • 30 The "Great Recession" and Pension Policy Change in European Countries Magnus Brosig and Karl Hinrichs
  • 31 Trade and Immigration: How International Factors Shaped Social Policy in Argentina Martín Cortina Escudero
  • Part IV Transnational Social Movements and Expert Networks
  • 32 Introduction: Transnational Social Movements and Expert Networks Delia González de Reufels and Frank Nullmeier
  • 33 Relations Between Germany and China and the Rise of the Social Insurance State in China Since the Economic Reform of 1978 Tao Liu and Tong Tian
  • 34 Social Long-Term Care Insurance: An Idea Travelling Between Countries? Johanna Fischer, Hongsoo Kim, Lorraine Frisina Doetter, and Heinz Rothgang
  • 35 Variations on Bismarck: Translations of Social Health Insurance in Post- Communist Healthcare Reforms in Central and Eastern Europe-The Role of Vertical and Horizontal Interdependencies Monika Ewa Kaminska
  • 36 A Quest for Equity: Labour Standards on the Transnational Move Ulrich Mückenberger
  • 37. Did Migrants Build the Welfare State? Migration as a Social Policy Driver in Early Twentieth-Century UruguayTeresa Huhle
  • 38 Social Protection for Migrant Workers in China Tao Liu and Tobias ten Brink
  • 39 Differentiation of Welfare Rights for Migrants in WesterCountries from 1970 to Present Friederike Römer
  • 40 Dependencies of Long-Term Care Policy on East-West Migration: The Case of Germany Karin Gottschall, Kristin Noack, and Heinz Rothgang Part V Conclusions
  • 41 By Way of Conclusion: Future Research Frank Nullmeier, Delia González de Reufels, and Herbert Obinger.