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Inclusive Growth, Development and Welfare Policy

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The recent global financial crisis has increased the scope of poverty and inequality. The gap between the richest and poorest nations has become wider. National income inequality has also been on the rise. The prospect of a shift in designing and implementing development and welfare policies is strong in this new environment. The neoliberal policies of the Washington Consensus are giving way to development models which look to a more active government role in both economic and social policies. Meanwhile, in the parallel universe of welfare policy a fundamental realignment is already taking place. Faced with the current economic and social challenges, policy communities have turned to a variety of instruments to ensure that growth and social inclusion go together. This book offers a systematic analysis of the growing convergence on these matters in the development and welfare state literatures, utilizing the experiences of a myriad of jurisdictions around the world. Drawing upon the expertise of leading international policymakers, practitioners, and academics in the field, this book critiques the theoretical underpinning of growth and development, examine welfare state perspectives on inclusive growth and social/economic development, and presents lessons learned and best/worst practices from the experiences of developing and developed nations.

Author Biography

Reza Hasmath is a Lecturer in Chinese Politics at the University of Oxford, and an Associate Professor in Political Science at the University of Alberta. His research looks at state-society relationships, the labour market experiences of ethnic minorities, and development theories and practices.
Release date Australia
September 26th, 2018
Contributor
Edited by Reza Hasmath
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
20 Line drawings, black and white; 9 Tables, black and white
Imprint
Routledge
Pages
294
ISBN-13
9781138370562
Product ID
28248350

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