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paradox of redistribution and strategies of equality
|Statement||Walter Korpi and Joakim Palme.|
|Series||Working paper series / Luxembourg Income Studies, Working paper series (Luxembourg Income Studies) -- 174.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v ;|
Korpi, W. and J. Palme () ‘The Paradox of Redistribution and Strategies of Equality: Welfare State Institutions, Inequality, and Poverty in the Western Countries’. American Sociological Review, Vol. 63, – Google ScholarCited by: Korpi, W., and J. Palme. The paradox of redistribution and the strategy of equality: Welfare state institutions, inequality and poverty in the Western Countries. American Sociological Review – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 1.
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The Paradox of Redistribution and Strategies of Equality: Welfare State Institutions, Inequality, and Poverty in the Western Countries. American Sociological Review, Vol. • Universal benefits promote gender equality and do not suffer form the inherent bias built into a system designed within a framework of assuming a male breadwinner model of welfare • There is a ‘paradox of redistribution’ which creates the rather counter-intuitive resultFile Size: KB.
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THE PARADOX OF REDISTRIBUTION STRATEGIES OF EQUALITY In an early critique of the emphasis on tar-geting in the U.S. policy debate, Korpi (a, ) contrasted a marginal social policy model with minimum benefits targeted at the poor with an institutional model based on universal programs intended to maintain.
The Strategy of Equality: Redistribution and the Social Services [Le Grand, Julian] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Strategy of Equality: Redistribution and the Social ServicesCited by: This book attempts to rectify this. Examining four areas of social policy: health care, education, housing, and transport, the book looks at the distribution of public expenditure and the ‘outcome’ of that expenditure, as well as the implications for various conceptions of : $ Joakim Palme & Walter Korpi, "The Paradox of Redistribution and Strategies of Equality: Welfare State Institutions, Inequality and Poverty in the Western Countries," LIS Working papersLIS Cross-National Data Center in by: The Strategy of Equality book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The Strategy of Equality: Redistribution and the Social Services by. Julian Le Grand. really liked it Rating details 2 ratings 0 reviews Get A Copy. Kindle Store $/5(2). ‘The Paradox of Redistribution and Strategies of Equality: Welfare State Institutions, Inequality and Poverty in the Western Countries’, an influential article by Walter Korpi and Joakim Palme published in the American Sociological Review (ASR) in marked a seminal point in a long-standing controversy in welfare state literature over the question whether targeting actually benefits the.
The Strategy of Equality: Redistribution and the Social Services. Book the Scandinavian Paradox found in this study may be linked to the so-called "Matthew Effect," which describes "situations. The Paradox of Redistribution and Strategies of Equality: Welfare State Institutions, Inequality, and Poverty in the Western Countries.
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insurance system, but also of the amount available for redistribution. Korpi and Palme () refer to this as the paradox of redistribution: The more we target beneﬁts at the poor only and the more con-cerned we are with creating equality via equal public transfers to all, the less likely we are to reduce poverty and inequality (, ).
Book Description. Originally published in The Strategy of Equality examines public expenditure on the social services as a strategy for promoting social equality.
Today there is a widespread belief that the strategy has worked and that public spending on the. institutional differences lead to unexpected outcomes and generate the paradox of.
redistribution: The more we target benefits at the poor and the more concerned we are. with creating equality via. Rethinking the paradox of redistribution: how private insurance and means testing can lead to universalizing reform Margarita Gelepithis* Abstract Market-heavy welfare systems, in which low or moderate state benefits are topped up by private welfare arrangements, are expected to undermine political support for the extension of.
The Paradox of Redistribution and Strategies of Equality: Welfare State Institutions, Inequality and Poverty in the Western Countries Joakim Palme ([email protected]) and Walter Korpi (@) NoLIS Working papers from LIS Cross-National Data Cited by: W.
Korpi, J. PalmeThe paradox of redistribution and strategies of equality: Welfare state institutions, inequality, and poverty in the western countries American Cited by: 4. The Paradox of Redistribution and Strategies of Equality: Welfare State Institutions, Inequality, and Poverty in the Western Countries by Walter Korpi, Joakim Palme Reader.
Abstract. This article examines the relationship between legislative malapportionment, redistribution, and regional economic development. One of the primary justifications for legislative malapportionment—the disparity between the share of legislative seats and the share of the national population—is interregional income equalization by means of favorable allocations of resources to Author: Taeko Hiroi.
Korpi and Palme’s () classic “The Paradox of Redistribution and Strategies of Equality” claims that universal social policy better reduces poverty than social policies targeted at the poor. This article revisits Korpi and Palme’s classic, and in the process, explores and informs a set of enduring questions about social policy, politics, and social by: 1.
Korpi Walter Palme Joakim “The Paradox of redistribution and strategies of equality: Welfare State Institutions, Inequality, and poverty in the western countries.” American Sociological Review 63 Cited by: 2.
He argues that a redistribution of income and wealth would increase productivity and encourage entrepreneurship amongst social strata that are currently locked out of credit markets. These stimulating essays are a valuable contribution to the current debate about equality.’Author: Samuel Bowles.
The Paradox of Redistribution and Strategies of Equality: Welfare State Institutions, Inequality, and Poverty in the Western Countries. American Sociological Review, 63(5), Ledyard, J.
.The “struggle for recognition” is fast becoming the paradigmatic form of political conflict in the late twentieth century. Demands for “recognition of difference” fuel struggles of groups mobilised under the banners of nationality, ethnicity, “race,” gender, and sexuality.The strategy.
12The strategy set out in the book to tackle inequality comprises fifteen proposals, which in the author's words ‟range from the modest to the radical.” They span many fields of policy, and are not confined to fiscal redistribution—only half are concerned with ‟taxing and spending.”.