The investment state : charting the future of social policy

"Social investment is a strategy that addresses neoliberal austerity by putting private capital to public purpose. An investment state serves as a sequel to the welfare state by maximizing capability, expanding employee benefits, implementing evidence-based policy, democratizing polity and comm...

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Main Author: Stoesz, David (Author)
Language:English
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Summary:"Social investment is a strategy that addresses neoliberal austerity by putting private capital to public purpose. An investment state serves as a sequel to the welfare state by maximizing capability, expanding employee benefits, implementing evidence-based policy, democratizing polity and commerce, and advancing social and institutional inclusion. The Investment State provides a template for future social policy, which can be adapted to cities, states, nations, and international trade agreements. It serves as a sequel to the author's previous book, The Dynamic Welfare State (OUP, 2016) -- which included a theory of welfare state decline -- by envisioning a new paradigm for social programs."--
"The Investment State proposes a sequel to the welfare state, which addresses the challenges of the 21st century information age"--
Physical Description:xvi, 190 pages : charts ; 25 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Published: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2018]
ISBN:9780190864835
0190864834

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