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Comparative studies of social security
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Get this from a library! Non-public actors in social security administration: a comparative study. [F Pennings; Thomas Erhag; Sara Stendahl;] -- Although it is well-known that administration of social security is a sensitive political issue, the great variety of this type of administration makes it difficult for researchers to seek meaningful. Trust in Contemporary Society, by well-known trust researchers, deals with conceptual, theoretical and social interaction analyses, historical data on societies, national surveys or cross-national comparative studies, and methodological issues related to authors are from a variety of disciplines: psychology, sociology, political science, organizational studies, history, and.
This book brings together chapters by experts in the field of conflict, peace, security and development, and case studies of research by doctoral and masters students involved with development in. “ The Social Life of Paraffin: Gender, Domesticity and the Politics of Value in a South African Township,” African Stud 2 (): –79; Mayer, P. and Mayer, I., Townsmen or Tribesmen: Conservatism and the Process of Urbanization in a South African City (New York: Oxford University Press, ); and Wilson and Mafeje, Langa,
This has provided very fertile ground for the comparative analysis of social security programs and systems over the last forty‐five years. Most comparative studies, however, have, been content to describe and compare strategies, programs, institutions and values at the multinational or regional levels. Get this from a library! Women, power and policy: comparative studies of childcare. [Jen Marchbank] -- This book provides an accessible and engaging account of childcare policies in Britain and beyond.
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Ortiz, M Olivier, G.J. Vonk. This has provided very fertile ground for the comparative analysis of social security programs and systems over the last forty-five years. Most comparative studies, however, have, been content to describe and compare strategies, programs, institutions and values at the multinational or regional by: When Movements Matter accounts for the origins of Social Security as we know it.
The book tells the overlooked story of the Townsend Plan--a political organization that sought to alleviate poverty and end the Great Depression through a government-provided retirement stipend of $ a month for every American over the age of by: Comparative Social Security Benefits Study | Overview of social security contributions 5 Salary cap Amongst the participating countries, the division between countries with and countries without a social security cap is almost half-half.
In 17 countries, social security contributions are capped. When a maximum level is exceeded, no. Brill’s International Comparative Social Studies focuses on presenting the results of comparative research by anthropologists, sociologists, political scientists and other social scientists.
Authors are cordially invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts by email to the publisher Jason Prevost. Comparative historical analysis has a long and distinguished history in the social sciences. Those whom we now regard as the founders of modern social science, from Adam Smith to Alexis de Tocqueville to Karl Marx, all pursued comparative historical analysis as a central mode of investigation.
A further discussion of these points is to be found in Rodgers et al., Comparative Social Administration, pt II, ‘The Comparative Analysis’, ch.
1, ‘Social Policy and Planning’; also see the Introduction in Peter Kaim-Caudle, Comparative Social Policy and Social Security. Comparative Migration Studies (CMS) is an international, peer-reviewed open access journal that provides a platform for articles that focus on comparative research in migration, integration, and race and ethnic relations.
It presents readers with an extensive collection of comparative analysis, including studies between countries, groups, levels, and historical periods. A small comparative study of social security benefit levels in Australia, Britain and the USA is used as an illustration of the potential in this approach and the problems of method involved.
Send article to Kindle. The second essay suggests that career mobility in France has more in common with social mobility in the United States than in Germany. The third essay, while not an explicitly comparative analysis, was included because it clearly shows the close links between the educational and occupational systems in Germany, a source of major differences.
The Comparative Labour and Social Security Law Review is also a partner of the annual publication of a report that publishes in English and to a wide audience a selection of the best scientific publications on labour law and social welfare and employment law from all over the world.
The Yearbook of Comparative Labour Law Scholarship is the fruit of a collaborative project between the. This edition of Disability Evaluation Under Social Security, also known as the Blue Book, has been specially prepared to provide physicians and other health professionals with an understanding of the disability programs administered by the Social Security Administration.
It explains how each program works, and the kinds of information a health. Comparative Studies in Society and History (CSSH) is an international forum for new research and interpretation concerning problems of recurrent patterning and change in human societies through time and in the contemporary sets up a working alliance among specialists in all branches of the social sciences and humanities as a way of bringing together multidisciplinary research.
This article addresses the vocabulary of cross-national analysis and commentary about health care, health policy and health politics. We conclude there is a large gap between promise and performance in comparative policy commentary and point to major sources of confusion, such as the lack of generally agreed vocabulary, vague language and the use of faddish and misleading terms and.
"This text provides a coherent, thematic account of social policy in the modern world. Taking a comparative perspective, it explores similarities and differences in the ways in which different countries approach social policy, both by looking at the broad characteristics of those policies and by examining variations in the ways in which key issues of social welfare are handled."--Jacket.
Intwo important quantitative comparative analyses of social policy were published. Harold Wilensky's The Welfare State and Equality addressed the differences in social spending efforts among sixty-odd countries in the s and found that the level of economic development and the age of populations accounted for most of the variance in efforts.
Social Policy & Comparative Studies; Social Policy & Comparative Studies - Essay Example. Comments (0) Add to wishlist Delete from wishlist. Cite this document. Comparative Social Administration - Kindle edition by John Greve. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Comparative Social Administration. Comparative-historical approaches in sociology are research methods to study social formation and transformation.
“Comparative” studies examine and contrast social structures and processes across countries or regions to identify general patterns. “Historical” studies examine social processes over time, highlighting contexts and contingencies that influence specific changes.
1 day ago The case studies are rich in detail and the conclusions drawn from the analysis of EU practice are judicious. The book is a must-read for all analysts and practitioners interested in the developing foreign and security policy of the EU.” (Richard G.
Whitman, Professor of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent, UK). In social work the term “comparative research” has generally been used to refer to cross-national studies that involve two or more nation-states.
Although, logically, the term “comparative research” could also apply to other forms of comparison, for example, comparison: across different historical epochs, of different perspectives on.
When Movements Matter accounts for the origins of Social Security as we know it. The book tells the overlooked story of the Townsend Plan--a political organization that sought to alleviate poverty and end the Great Depression through a government-provided retirement stipend of $ a month for every American over the age of s: 1.Princeton Studies in American Politics: Historical, International, and Comparative Perspectives 65 Suzanne Mettler, Eric Schickler, Martin Shefter, and Theda Skocpol, Series Editors The series publishes exemplary books on American politics that employ a variety of approaches but have as a commonality the use of historical evidence.