The Economic Benefits of Unemployment CompensationThe Introduction of the Earnings-Related Supplementary Scheme; From Bismarck to the Social Insurance in the Netherlands; From Grant to Right: Introduction of the Unemployment Provision; 5 The Development of Disability Insurance in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom; The Trades Union Congress and the Industrial Preference; The Evolution of Public Protection from Non-Work-Related Disabilities in the United Kingdom; Toward a Single Disability Insurance Program for All Disabled People in the Netherlands. Those interested in the Netherlands, including Dutch readers, will find a deep trove of new knowledge about welfare state formation in that country as well. Abstract: 'Oude Nijhuis's book is a convincing and timely contribution to the contemporary debates on welfare state development. In doing so, the book shows that labor unions can either have a profoundly conservative impact on the welfare state or act as an impelling force for progressive welfare reform. It offers a conceptualization of how strong union members directed union policy from below in order to eliminate competition, often by excluding marginalized groups. By illuminating and explaining differences within and between labor union movements, it traces the historical origins of 'inclusive' and 'dual' welfare systems.
His work has been published in World Politics, Labor History, Twentieth Century British History and the Journal of Economic and Social Geography. He convincingly argues that rather than mitigating the effects of social inequalities, social policies in all four states have in fact played a part in widening class, race and gender inequalities since the mid-1970s. Unlike most social science books on Korea, which tend to focus on its developmental state and past years' rapid economic development, this book deals with social welfare issues and politics during the critical junctures in Korea's history: industrialization in the 1960-70s, the democratization and labor movement in the mid-1980s, globalization and the financial crisis in the 1990s and the 'wind of free welfare' in the 2010s. The problem is that once you have gotten your nifty new product, the labor divided in the postwar european welfare state oude nijhuis dennie gets a brief glance, maybe a once over, but it often tends to get discarded or lost with the original packaging. By illuminating and explaining differences within and between labor union movements, it traces the historical origins of 'inclusive' and 'dual' welfare systems. The comparison of the union experiences of Palestinian-Arabs, Jewish-Yemeni immigrants, and Jewish women offers a fresh look into the labor history of Palestine and its social stratification.
Union solidarity and the use of social security for early retirement purposes in The Netherlands; 7. To address these questions, a transatlantic team of leading experts analyzes the evolving tensions between monetary integration and national social policies. He has published in outlets such as International Labor and Working Class History, the Journal of Economic and Social Geography, the Journal of European Social Policy, the Journal of Policy History, Labor History, Socio-Economic Review, Twentieth Century British History, and World Politics. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Duke assesses the trade union's potential to promote equality in ethnically and racially diverse societies by offering an in-depth look into how unions operate; how power flows between union levels; where inequality originates; and the role of union members in union dynamics.
Oude Nijhuis Telephone E-mail Dennie Oude Nijhuis Ph. He is the author of Labor Divided in the Postwar European Welfare State Cambridge University Press, 2013. The development of unemployment insurance in The Netherlands and the United Kingdom; 5. Dennie Oude Nijhuis and published by Cambridge University Press, discusses the postwar development of the welfare state. The development of old age pensions in The Netherlands and the United Kingdom; 4. For this reason, even readers well versed in the literature on the British welfare state will be in for surprises.
His current main research project involves a comparative analysis of twentieth century labor market development in Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The Netherlands and the United Kingdom This monograph, written by dr. Chapters on each welfare state analyze five areas of policy: policy ideology and welfare expenditure; income maintenance policies and outcomes; race and racial inequalities; women and family policies; and the health care system. . It highlights the self-interested activities of Korea's militant enterprise unionism at variance with those of a more solidaristic industrial unionism in the European welfare states. Arguing that the political economy of European integration must be put within the context of a changing global capitalism, Van Apeldoorn examines how European change is linked to global change and how transnational actors mediate these changes. This book opens new paths for further research.
It highlights the gripping conflicts that, while dealing with seemingly tedious and technical features of welfare programs, reveal key differences in the welfare state preferences of labor and capital. Register a Free 1 month Trial Account. Integrating class, race and gender perspectives into comparative social policy analysis, Norman Ginsburg focuses on the impact of social and economic policies on social inequalities, as well as on the role of labour movements, anti-racist movements and women's movements in shaping social policy. The result is an innovative exploration into the changing nature of employment relationships, contemporary welfare systems, and the co-evolutionary - rather than categorical - development of economic and political institutions. Author Dennie Oude Nijhuis Date 27 August 2013 Links This book explains how the success of attempts to expand the boundaries of the postwar welfare state in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom depended on organized labor's willingness to support redistribution of risk and income among different groups of workers.
Looking Ahead3 The Development of Old Age Pensions in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom; Solidarity versus Egalitarianism: Comparing Pension Reform in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom; Labor Unions and the Rejection of a Redistributive Contributory Pension Scheme in the United Kingdom; Unions, Employers, and the Move Toward Full Subsistence Pensions in the Netherlands; A Final Note on Employers; 4 The Development of Unemployment Insurance in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom; Toward Superannuation for the Unemployed in the United Kingdom. To address these questions, a transatlantic team of leading experts analyzes the evolving tensions between monetary integration and national social policies. His most intriguing and eye-opening findings concern opposition to reform within organized labor - an issue that is virtually missing from the literature as an important empirical phenomenon or even a theoretical possibility. Klappentext This book looks at the success of attempts to expand the boundaries of the postwar welfare state in The Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Category: Political Science Author : Shaul A.
Oude Nijhuis specializes in the comparative political economy of labor markets and welfare states and the political economy of European integration. In 2011 he was awarded the prize for best article of the year on a non-U. Maintaining that employee welfare is a key feature of the modern employment relationship, Behling shows how the welfare programme supported industrialisation in the 19th century by cementing the standard employment model of the Fifties and Sixties, as well as how it revolves around corporate social responsibility today. Beschreibung Informationen zum Autor Dennie Oude Nijhuis is an Assistant Professor of History at Leiden University. The result is an innovative exploration into the changing nature of employment relationships, contemporary welfare systems, and the co-evolutionary - rather than categorical - development of economic and political institutions. Both intellectually ambitious and compelling to read, thrilling in its scope and delightful in its small details, Postwar is a rare joy.