|Comparative Welfare State Research|
Seminar (MA) – Sommersemester 2009
Inhalt: Just as capitalism and democracy, the welfare state may be thought of as being one of the basic institutional arrangements of modern societies. As such, it not only has experienced far-reaching transformations during the last decades, but there also have been emerging different regime types and national varieties of "the" welfare state throughout Europe and America. In recent years, comparing welfare states has become a growth industry in the social sciences. The seminar offers an overview of theories, concepts, and methods of comparative research on the welfare state and its current transformation(s).
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