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Insecurity and Welfare Regimes in Asia, Africa and Latin America: Latin America : towards a liberal-informal welfare regime
Introduction Esping-Andersen (1990; 1999) has developed a typology of welfare regimes for developed countries. His analysis focuses on the production of welfare, understood as the articulation ofExpand
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Welfare regimes in development contexts: a global and regional analysis
Written by a team of internationally respected experts, this book explores the conditions under which social policy, defined as the public pursuit of secure welfare, operates in the poorer regions ofExpand
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Informal security regimes : the strength of relationships
Introduction This chapter argues that the poorer regions of the world do not comfortably conform to the two key assumptions upon which the OECD model of welfare state regime relies: a legitimateExpand
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Insecurity and Welfare Regimes in Asia, Africa and Latin America: East Asia : the limits of productivist regimes
Written by a team of internationally respected experts, this book explores the conditions under which social policy, defined as the public pursuit of secure welfare, operates in the poorer regions ofExpand
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The Dynamics of Africa's In/Security Regimes
Introduction In this chapter I use the in/security model developed in chapter 3 to analyse insecurity and welfare on the continent of Africa. The in/security model has five main components: theExpand
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The perils of measuring poverty: Identifying the 'poor' in rural Ethiopia
The measurement of poverty in Africa has been pioneered by economists (whose measurements usually apply to income or consumption by households) and grass-root 'participationists' (who tend to useExpand
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