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The Risk of Social Policy?: The electoral consequences of welfare state retrenchment and social policy performance in OECD countries

the risk of social policy giger nathalie

Welfare state attitudes have converged in some areas, while others still reflect significant partisan differences. Welfare State Research: The Theoretical Background for the Research Question 3. In international vergleichender Perspektive wird besonders Wert auf die Interaktion von exogenen Herausforderungen und dem politisch-institutionellem System des Nationalstaates gelegt. The Context: More Theoretical Background for the Analyses 5. Making an important contribution to studies in political economy and welfare by questioning the assumption that social policy is an inherently controversial policy field in times of elections, The Risk of Social Policy? This book contributes to the existing literature by providing an empirical analysis of the electoral implications of social policy.

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The Risk of Social Policy?: The electoral consequences of welfare state retrenchment and social policy performance in OECD countries

the risk of social policy giger nathalie

Welfare State Retrenchment and the Incumbent Performance on Social Policy 9. Research Strategy, Design and Method 6. Electoral Research and Issue Voting: The Theoretical Background for the Analyses 4. Giger asks the basic research question: What are the electoral consequences of social policy performance and retrenchment? Giger asks the basic research question: What are the electoral consequences of social policy performance and retrenchment? Evers 2008; Lessenich 2008: 77f. The Impact of Social Policy on the Election Outcome 10. Do people punish the government for bad performance in the field of social policy? Discussion of results and conclusion. The Impact of Social Policy on the Election Outcome 10.

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Nathalie Giger: The Risk of Social Policy? The Electoral Consequences of Welfare State Retrenchment and Social Policy Performance in OECD Countries. Routledge, London and New York, 2011, 208 pp., ISBN 978 0 415 59198 0, £80.00 (hbk)

the risk of social policy giger nathalie

Research strategy, design and method -- 6. More specifically, the following questions are addressed in order to provide a systematic test of the topic: Is retrenchment indeed completely unpopular? Discussion of Results and Conclusion. It shows empirically that the risks of welfare state retrenchment to incumbent governments may be lower than previously thought, and presents a theoretical framework for re-examining the impact of retrenchment initiatives on election outcome. And what are the political implications of such a punishment reaction; does it affect the government composition? Fürsprecher des Wohlfahrtsstaates sind anderer Meinung. The context : more theoretical background for the analyses -- 5.

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The Risk of Social Policy?: The electoral consequences of welfare state retrenchment and social policy performance in OECD countries

the risk of social policy giger nathalie

More specifically, the following questions are addressed in order to provide a systematic test of the topic: Is retrenchment indeed completely unpopular? Research Strategy, Design and Method 6. Relative Turnout of the Poor and Responsiveness of Parties in Western Europe. Welfare State Research: The Theoretical Background for the Research Question 3. The Salience and Performance of Social Policy in Times of Permanent Austerity 7. About the Series This series presents leading edge research on the recasting of European welfare states. This book contributes to the existing literature by providing an empirical analysis of the electoral implications of social policy. It shows empirically that the risks of welfare state retrenchment to incumbent governments may be lower than previously thought, and presents a theoretical framework for re-examining the impact of retrenchment initiatives on election outcome.

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The Risk of Social Policy?: The electoral consequences of welfare state retrenchment and social policy performance in OECD countries, 1st Edition (Hardback)

the risk of social policy giger nathalie

. Als Reaktion auf gesellschaftspolitische Anforderungen im In- wie europäischem Ausland hat sich in den letzten Jahren ein Paradigmenwechsel in der bundesdeutschen Familienpolitik vollzogen. Die Befürworter eines weit ausgebauten Wohlfahrtsstaates bescheinigen ihm ferner vier besondere Leistungen: Er sichere die individuelle Wohlfahrt, fördere durch Aktivierung seiner Klienten deren Mitwirkung an öffentlichen Angelegenheiten, sorge für Sozialintegration und wirke politisch stabilisierend Alber 2001: 61. Finally, we show that disaffection with the social policy under the Thorning-Schmidt government explains some of the voter migration at the 2015 election. The salience and performance of social policy in times of permanent austerity -- 7. The series is interdisciplinary, featuring contributions from experts in economics, political science and social policy.

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Nathalie Giger: The Risk of Social Policy? The Electoral Consequences of Welfare State Retrenchment and Social Policy Performance in OECD Countries. Routledge, London and New York, 2011, 208 pp., ISBN 978 0 415 59198 0, £80.00 (hbk)

the risk of social policy giger nathalie

Welfare state retrenchment and the incumbent performance in social policy -- 9. Giger, Nathalie, and Sascha Huber 2015 : Der Einfluss des Geschlechts auf Kandidatenbeurteilungen: Eine experimentelle Studie zu Kontexteffekten und individuellen Faktoren in Deutschland. Kritikern zufolge zeichnen sich Länder mit ausgebautem Wohlfahrtsstaat durch institutionelle Trägheit bei der Anpassung an veränderte Umweltbedingungen sowie durch zahlreiche negative Effekte, insbesondere Dämpfung wirtschaftlicher und gesellschaftlicher Dynamik, aus. And what are the political implications of such a punishment reaction; does it affect the government composition? Do people punish the government for bad performance in the field of social policy? Giger asks the basic research question: What are the electoral consequences of social policy performance and retrenchment? Electoral research and issue voting : the theoretical background for the analyses -- 4. Electoral Research and Issue Voting: The Theoretical Background for the Analyses 4.

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Nathalie Giger: The Risk of Social Policy? The Electoral Consequences of Welfare State Retrenchment and Social Policy Performance in OECD Countries. Routledge, London and New York, 2011, 208 pp., ISBN 978 0 415 59198 0, £80.00 (hbk)

the risk of social policy giger nathalie

Do people punish the government for bad performance in the field of social policy? Welche Wirkungen eine weit ausgebaute Sozialpolitik im Einzelnen hat, ist umstritten. The E-mail message field is required. Giger asks the basic research question: What are the electoral consequences of social policy performance and retrenchment? Welfare State Retrenchment and the Incumbent Performance on Social Policy 9. The Salience and Performance of Social Policy in Times of Permanent Austerity 7. And what are the political implications of such a punishment reaction; does it affect the government composition? This book contributes to the existing literature by providing an empirical analysis of the electoral implications of social policy.

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Nathalie Giger: The Risk of Social Policy? The Electoral Consequences of Welfare State Retrenchment and Social Policy Performance in OECD Countries. Routledge, London and New York, 2011, 208 pp., ISBN 978 0 415 59198 0, £80.00 (hbk)

the risk of social policy giger nathalie

Abstract This book contributes to the existing literature by providing an empirical analysis of the electoral implications of social policy. More specifically, the following questions are addressed in order to provide a systematic test of the topic: Is retrenchment indeed completely unpopular? It shows empirically that the risks of welfare state retrenchment to incumbent governments may be lower than previously thought, and presents a theoretical framework for re-examining the impact of retrenchment initiatives on election outcome. More specifically, the following questions are addressed in order to provide a systematic test of the topic: Is retrenchment indeed completely unpopular? Making an important contribution to studies in political economy and welfare by questioning the assumption that social policy is an inherently controversial policy field in times of elections, The Risk of Social Policy? Giger, Nathalie, and Thomas Bräuninger 2012 : Are Parties Responsive to Group Turnout? The Impact of Social Policy Attitudes on the Incumbent Vote 8. The impact of social policy attitudes on the incumbent vote -- 8. Moreover, due to the fine-grained nature of the data, we can also examine what instruments governments choose to adopt welfare state changes. Do people punish the government for bad performance in the field of social policy? It shows empirically that the risks of welfare state retrenchment to incumbent governments may be lower than previously thought, and presents a theoretical framework for re-examining the impact of retrenchment initiatives on election outcome. The Risk of Social Policy? Welfare state research : the theoretical background for the research question -- 3.

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Nathalie Giger: The Risk of Social Policy? The Electoral Consequences of Welfare State Retrenchment and Social Policy Performance in OECD Countries. Routledge, London and New York, 2011, 208 pp., ISBN 978 0 415 59198 0, £80.00 (hbk)

the risk of social policy giger nathalie

The Context: More Theoretical Background for the Analyses 5. The Impact of Social Policy Attitudes on the Incumbent Vote 8. Our main results indicate that the Danish welfare state still enjoys large popularity among Danes, but support for social assistance and education is dropping. And what are the political implications of such a punishment reaction; does it affect the government composition? Ähnliche Herausforderungen können deshalb zu sehr unterschiedlichen sozialpolitischen Reformprozessen auf der Ebene des Nationalstaates führen. .

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