Social Europe

Social Europe

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'Collectively, the chapters offer valuable insights on conducting cross-national comparative research, especially the strengths and weaknesses of the welfare regime approach. They also provide useful case studies that complement the methodological literature on longitudinal analysis.' - Nick Axford, Social Research Association Newsletter Social Europe analyses the diverse dynamics of the lives of people across Europe. It is the first quantitative analysis of its kind to make a systematic comparison of life chances across the fifteen countries of the EU. This wide perspective enables the researchers to illustrate how social policy regimes interact with personal resources and circumstances to affect people's well-being.diagram. The influences of institutions, and of the wider social, cultural and economic framework, are shown by the outer ... studied in isolation, they in fact form a closely-knit nexus which has to be examined as a whole before any of its parts ... On one level, transfers of cash or in kind may be made between family members.


Title:Social Europe
Author: Richard Berthoud, Maria Iakōvou
Publisher:Edward Elgar Publishing - 2004-01-01
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