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Welfare state: A Glossary of Political Economy Terms - Dr. Paul M. Johnson
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Routledge Studies in the Political Economy of the Welfare State
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Changing Political Economies and Welfare States
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Economic literature: papers , articles , software , chapters , books. Re-theorizing the welfare state and the political economy of neoliberalism's war against it. Registered: Thomas I. This paper argues neoliberalism is engaged in a war against the welfare state.
At issue are competing views regarding the size of the welfare state and how it should be organized. In waging this war, neoliberalism seeks to politically discredit the traditional welfare state and change the economic structure so that the latter becomes unviable. The paper presents a new theoretical framework that distinguishes between modes of production and financing of the welfare estate. Neoliberalism's war rests on ideologically grounded criticisms drawn from mainstream economics; implementation of policies that undermine social solidarity toward the welfare state; exploiting pressures fostered by neoliberal globalization; and misrepresentations about affordability.