- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Restructuring the British Welfare State: Between Domestic Constraints and Global Imperatives
- 3 Internationalization and Two Liberal Welfare States Australia and New Zealand
- 4 Switzerland Adjustment Politics Within Institutional Constraints
- 5 How Small Countries Negotiate Change Twenty‐Five Years of Policy Adjustment in Austria, the Netherlands, and Belgium
- 6 Adjusting Badly the German Welfare State, Structural Change, and the Open Economy
- 7 France Directing Adjustment?
- 8 Italy Rescue from Without?
- 9 Sweden and Denmark Defending the Welfare State
- 10 A Fine Balance Women's Labor Market Participation in International Comparison
- 11 Any Way out of ‘Exit from Work’? Reversing the Entrenched Pathways of Early Retirement
- 12 After Liberalization Public Interest Services and Employment in the Utilities
- 13 Adjusting National Tax Policy to Economic Internationalization Strategies and Outcomes
- Welfare and Work in the Open Economy Volume II: Diverse Responses to Common Challenges in Twelve Countries
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