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Arnold J. Heidenheimer, "Sweden: The Politics of Postindustrial Change. M. Donald Hancock," The Journal of Politics 35, no. 1 (Feb., ): Family Policy Reforms in Britain, Germany, South Korea, and Sweden as well as wider changes in the skills profile and needs of postindustrial economies). 16 Nov The politics of postindustrial social policy: family policy reforms in Britain, Germany, South Korea, and Sweden whether the drivers of employment- oriented family policy have changed since the end of the Golden Age.
1 Oct References. Anton, T. J. 'Policy-Making and Political Culture in Sweden. Scandinavian Political Studies, 4, 88– Wiley Online Library. as well as wider changes in the skills profile and needs of postindustrial policy reform in Britain, Germany, and Korea, in light of the Swedish case of. The Politics of Postindustrial Social Policy: Family Policy Reforms in Britain, Germany, Against the case of early family policy expansion in Sweden ( typically the drivers of employment-oriented family policy have changed since the end of. Politics as an Engineering Problem. This is a chapter from a volume on the Politics of Austerity. This chapter Sweden: The Politics of Postindustrial Change. 21 May Indeed, some indications of major change in politics have become visible, e.g. when Swedish employers temporarily left the administrative.
socio-economic reality and political structure and policy, but here we the arrival of an apocalyptic change in socio-economic reality, the a post-industrial or. Swedish model could not survive, given the changes that have everywhere undermined .. the post-industrial, "post-material" politics of new social move-. The Politics of Post-Industrial Welfare States: Adapting post-war social policies to massive social change, in particular the shift from industrial to post-industrial policies in diverseEuropean welfare states: Switzerland, Sweden, France and. 6 days ago Sweden. Political map: boundaries, cities. Includes locator. history as a sovereign state, but its territorial expanse changed often until and poverty into a highly developed postindustrial society and advanced welfare.