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New Perspectives on Health, Disability, Welfare and the Labour Market (Paperback): Colin Lindsay, Bent Greve, Ignazio Cabras,... New Perspectives on Health, Disability, Welfare and the Labour Market (Paperback)
Colin Lindsay, Bent Greve, Ignazio Cabras, Nick Ellison, Stephen Kellett
R550 Discovery Miles 5 500 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Bringing together researchers from the fields of social policy, economics, sociology and clinical psychology, this book offers new evidence on the inter-related problems faced by disability claimants, and identifies important lessons for policy. * Explores how reducing the level of UK benefit claiming among those with health limitations has been a priority for successive governments * Argues that current policy fails to reflect the evidence that people on long-term disability benefits face a complex combination of barriers to work and social inclusion * Demonstrates that there is a need for continuing inter-disciplinary research on the nature of the disability benefits problem and the efficacy of current policy solutions and public services

Better Must Come - Exiting Homelessness in Two Global Cities (Paperback): Matthew D. Marr Better Must Come - Exiting Homelessness in Two Global Cities (Paperback)
Matthew D. Marr
R705 Discovery Miles 7 050 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In Better Must Come, Matthew D. Marr reveals how social contexts at various levels combine and interact to shape the experiences of transitional housing program users in two of the most prosperous cities of the global economy, Los Angeles and Tokyo. Marr, who has conducted fieldwork in U.S. and Japanese cities for over two decades, followed the experiences of thirty-four people as they made use of transitional housing services and after they left such programs. This comparative ethnography is groundbreaking in two ways-it is the first book to directly focus on exits from homelessness in American or Japanese cities, and it is the first targeted comparison of homelessness in two global cities.Marr argues that homelessness should be understood primarily as a socially generated, traumatic, and stigmatizing predicament, rather than as a stable condition, identity, or culture. He pushes for movement away from the study of "homeless people" and "homeless culture" toward an understanding of homelessness as a condition that can be transcended at individual and societal levels. Better Must Come prescribes policy changes to end homelessness that include expanding subsidized housing to persons without disabilities and experiencing homelessness chronically, as well as taking broader measures to address vulnerabilities produced by labor markets, housing markets, and the rapid deterioration of social safety nets that often results from neoliberal globalization.

Nordic Welfare States in the European Context (Hardcover): Johan Fritzell, Bjorn Hvinden, Mikko Kautto, Jon Kvist, Hannu... Nordic Welfare States in the European Context (Hardcover)
Johan Fritzell, Bjorn Hvinden, Mikko Kautto, Jon Kvist, Hannu Uusitalo
R3,337 Discovery Miles 33 370 Ships in 10 - 15 working days


This important sequel to Nordic Social Policy (Routledge 1999) compares welfare state development over the last twenty years in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden with that of Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and other Western European countries. Topics covered include:
* income distribution, health inequalities and gender equality
* gender policies, health and social care services and policy reaction to family changes
* social security and employment policies
* financing of welfare states.
In the context of globalisation, ageing populations, changing employment patterns and rising inequalities, Nordic Welfare States in the European Context offers an empirical analysis of welfare adaptations and a lively discussion of the historical development of European social policy. It finds a greater ambiguity regarding variation and trends than is commonly suggested. Contrary to expectation, there is little evidence of the Europeanisation of Nordic welfare states, rather the reverse. The comparable and empirical data used in this study make it a unique contribution to understanding current trends in European social policy.

Governments and Tourism (Hardcover): David Jeffries Governments and Tourism (Hardcover)
David Jeffries
R1,959 Discovery Miles 19 590 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'Governments and Tourism' is a unique text that studies the general and specific tourism policies from central to local government.
Through case studies from around the world, including the UK, USA and France, the role and function of Official Tourism Administrations (OTAs) are evaluated.
Governments and Tourism is essential reading for busy practitioners, who wish to know:
* How different countries and communities have coped with the opportunities and threats posed by tourism
* How they plan to address future opportunities and thresats posed by tourism
* What lessons can be applied elsewhere
* What should be the complementary functions of the public and private sectors
The opportunities and threats from tourism: how they have been addressed
International case studies and examples from the Americas, Asia, Europe and developing countries
Approaches used at both country and community levels

Nordic Welfare States in the European Context (Paperback): Johan Fritzell, Bjorn Hvinden, Mikko Kautto, Jon Kvist, Hannu... Nordic Welfare States in the European Context (Paperback)
Johan Fritzell, Bjorn Hvinden, Mikko Kautto, Jon Kvist, Hannu Uusitalo
R1,126 Discovery Miles 11 260 Ships in 10 - 15 working days


This important sequel to Nordic Social Policy (Routledge 1999) compares welfare state development over the last twenty years in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden with that of Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and other Western European countries. Topics covered include:
* income distribution, health inequalities and gender equality
* gender policies, health and social care services and policy reaction to family changes
* social security and employment policies
* financing of welfare states.
In the context of globalisation, ageing populations, changing employment patterns and rising inequalities, Nordic Welfare States in the European Context offers an empirical analysis of welfare adaptations and a lively discussion of the historical development of European social policy. It finds a greater ambiguity regarding variation and trends than is commonly suggested. Contrary to expectation, there is little evidence of the Europeanisation of Nordic welfare states, rather the reverse. The comparable and empirical data used in this study make it a unique contribution to understanding current trends in European social policy.

European Transport Policy and Sustainable Mobility (Hardcover): Jonas Akerman, David Banister, Karl Dreborg, Peter Nijkamp,... European Transport Policy and Sustainable Mobility (Hardcover)
Jonas Akerman, David Banister, Karl Dreborg, Peter Nijkamp, Ruggero Schleicher-Tappeser, …
R3,213 Discovery Miles 32 130 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

It is now widely accepted that transport is becoming increasingly unsustainable and that strong policy intervention is required to reduce both the growth in transport demand and the environmental costs of transport. This book challenges conventional approaches to transport by moving away from trend based analysis towards the use of scenarios to identify alternative sustainable transport futures. It both summaries the development of EU transport policy and presents a critique. The policy context is widened to include the global changes taking place in economics, society and technology. It develops new methodologies for policy making for the next 25 years.

The Governance of Climate Change (Paperback, New): David Held, Marika Theros, Angus Fane-Hervey The Governance of Climate Change (Paperback, New)
David Held, Marika Theros, Angus Fane-Hervey
R494 Discovery Miles 4 940 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Climate change poses one of the greatest challenges for human society in the twenty-first century, yet there is a major disconnect between our actions to deal with it and the gravity of the threat it implies. In a world where the fate of countries is increasingly intertwined, how should we think about and, accordingly, how should we manage the types of risk posed by anthropogenic climate change?

The problem is multi-faceted, and involves not only technical and policy specific approaches, but also questions of social justice and sustainability. In this volume the editors have assembled a unique range of contributors who together examine the intersection between the science, politics, economics and ethics of climate change. The book includes perspectives from some of the world's foremost commentators in their fields, ranging from leading scientists to political theorists, to high profile policymakers and practitioners. They offer a critical new approach to thinking about climate change, and help express a common desire for a more equitable society and a more sustainable way of life.

Seventy-five Years of the Turkish Republic (Paperback): Sylvia Kedourie Seventy-five Years of the Turkish Republic (Paperback)
Sylvia Kedourie
R1,116 Discovery Miles 11 160 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Seventy-five years after the establishment of the republic, Turkish society has shed many of its shackles. Yet Turkey's modern history has been full of instability and continuing contradictions. The nature of national identity and its relationship to the state remains a subject of debate, and Turks are still faced with the conflict between the twin goals of joining the West, and preserving their own cultural forms. This collection examines the issues which have shaped, and will continue to influence, Turkey's foreign and domestic policy: the legacy of the Ottoman empire, the concept of citizenship, secular democracy, Islamicism and civil-military relations.

A Well-Founded Fear - The Congressional Battle to Save Political Asylum in America (Paperback): Philip G. Schrag A Well-Founded Fear - The Congressional Battle to Save Political Asylum in America (Paperback)
Philip G. Schrag
R1,057 Discovery Miles 10 570 Ships in 10 - 15 working days


In 1996, powerful anti-immigrant forces in New Gingrich's 104th Congress worked hard to pass the most restrictive immigration law in decades. This law changed virtually every aspect of immigration policy, including the rules for political and religious refugees. It is not, however, as harsh a law as the chairmen of the committees wanted. A fascinating case study of the legislative process and the author's experience as a public lobbyist, A Well-Founded Fear tells how a coalition of human rights and refugee organisations fought to preserve the rights of refugees and asylum seekers.

Anticolonial Afterlives in Egypt - The Politics of Hegemony (Hardcover): Sara Salem Anticolonial Afterlives in Egypt - The Politics of Hegemony (Hardcover)
Sara Salem
R2,316 Discovery Miles 23 160 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This study presents an alternative story of the 2011 Egyptian revolution by revisiting Egypt's moment of decolonisation in the mid-twentieth century. Anticolonial Afterlives in Egypt explores the country's first postcolonial project, arguing that the enduring afterlives of anticolonial politics, connected to questions of nationalism, military rule, capitalist development and violence, are central to understanding political events in Egypt today. Through an imagined conversation between Antonio Gramsci and Frantz Fanon, two foundational theorists of anti-capitalism and anticolonialism, Anticolonial Afterlives in Egypt focuses on issues of resistance, revolution, mastery and liberation to show how the Nasserist project, created by Gamal Abdel Nasser and the Free Officers in 1952, remains the only instance of hegemony in modern Egyptian history. In suggesting that Nasserism was made possible through local, regional and global anticolonial politics, even as it reproduced colonial ways of governing that continue to reverberate into Egypt's present, this interdisciplinary study thinks through questions of traveling theory, global politics, and resistance and revolution in the postcolonial world.

Nordic Social Policy - Changing Welfare States (Paperback): Matti Heikkila, Bjorn Hvinden, Mikko Kautto, Staffan Marklund,... Nordic Social Policy - Changing Welfare States (Paperback)
Matti Heikkila, Bjorn Hvinden, Mikko Kautto, Staffan Marklund, Niels Ploug
R1,151 Discovery Miles 11 510 Ships in 10 - 15 working days


By focusing on developments in the Nordic welfare states during the past decade, Nordic Social Policy provides new insights into the evolution of welfare state measures and generally assesses the peoples health in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark.
This comparative work includes chapters from over twenty contributors which:
*the changed preconditions of welfare policies:
*changes in the welfare measures
*developments in the welfare of the people
*developments in public support for the welfare states
Nordic Social Policy will provide a new understanding of Northern European welfare and will be invaluable reading for students on social policy, welfare studies and sociology courses as well as for academics, policy makers and analysts in social policy.

Basic Concepts in Environmental Management (Hardcover): Kenneth M. MacKenthun Basic Concepts in Environmental Management (Hardcover)
Kenneth M. MacKenthun
R2,451 Discovery Miles 24 510 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Environmental professionals are (and will continue to be) under increased pressure to become more knowledgeable of environmental management issues.
Basic Concepts in Environmental Management fulfills the long-standing need for fundamental knowledge-especially concerning government regulations on environmental and natural resource protection.
As a leading environmental professional and consultant since the 1940s, Kenneth M. Mackenthun offers a unique perspective on the breadth, scope, and ever-constant change in environmental legislation at the federal, state, and local levels... and what those guidelines signify for industry and citizens alike.
By maintaining an awareness of existing and forthcoming laws, environmentalists can substantially enhance their career potential-and be in a better position to protect the land, air, and sea. The starting point for that knowledge: Basic Concepts in Environmental Management.

Fear Your Future - How the Deck Is Stacked Against Millennials and Why Socialism Would Make It Worse (Paperback): Philip Klein Fear Your Future - How the Deck Is Stacked Against Millennials and Why Socialism Would Make It Worse (Paperback)
Philip Klein
R302 R245 Discovery Miles 2 450 Save R57 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Cornerstone of Development - Integrating Environmental, Social, and Economic Policies (Paperback): Jamie Schnurr, Susan... The Cornerstone of Development - Integrating Environmental, Social, and Economic Policies (Paperback)
Jamie Schnurr, Susan Holtz; Jamie Schnurr, Idrc, Susan Holtz, …
R1,581 Discovery Miles 15 810 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"Sustainable development" quickly became the universal goal for environmentalists in the 1990s, motivated by the 1988 Brundtland Report and the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio. When the time came to bring theory into reality, sustainable development revealed far more complexity than first anticipated. To attain sustainable development in the full sense of the phrase"meeting present needs without compromising the resources needed for future societies"environmental and social concerns would need a constant presence in all major economic decisions. The Cornerstone of Development: Balancing Environmental, Social, and Economic Imperatives profiles many of the first attempts to implement sustainable development initiatives worldwide. The model: Canada's experience with "multistakeholder" decision-making. Under the guidance of Canada's National Task Force on Environment and Economy, nationwide and provincial round tables brought government officials together with corporate officers to formulate sustainable development guidelines. Authorized by the Canadian government to serve as an "Agenda 21 organization," the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) subsequently researched the feasibility of adapting the multistakeholder approach to the needs and practices of developing countries. The results are in these pages: valuable case histories from Africa, Latin America, Asia and Canada, each recounting the risks and benefits from integrating environmental, social and economic policies. When IDRC members were asked for ways to address environmental sustainability, they had few examples to follow"and little evidence that such endeavors could be fulfilled. The research and problem-solving effortsthey produced are now collected here, for the guidance of other environment/development balance programs worldwide.

From Boycott to Economic Cooperation - The Political Economy of the Arab Boycott of Israel (Paperback): Gil Feiler From Boycott to Economic Cooperation - The Political Economy of the Arab Boycott of Israel (Paperback)
Gil Feiler
R1,134 Discovery Miles 11 340 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This is the first comprehensive and updated study of the Arab economic boycott of Israel to be published since it started to disintegrate in the aftermath of the Madrid Conference of 1991. Gil Feiler explains the evolution and development of the boycott, which was first formally imposed by the Arab League in 1946, even before the State of Israel formally came into existence, and examines all aspects - including the theory, practice and legality - of the longest-lasting example of economic sanctions in the twentieth century, as seen from the American, Arab, European and Israeli perspectives. He also looks into the prospects of the slowly developing reality of economic relations and cooperation between Israel and its neighbours which has accompanied the Middle East peacemaking process.
As well as its broad horizons, one particular value of this study is that it is based in part on Arab archival material and recent documents, as well as on interviews with a wide range of personalities who were involved with the various aspects of the boycott over the years. As an academic who specializes in Middle East economics, as well as the director of a firm that deals both with Middle East market research and actual economic contacts in the region, Dr Feiler is well equipped to present and analyze the phenomenon of the boycott and its significance. All students of the Middle East conflict, economic sanctions and contemporary history will find this book invaluable.

Aid and the Political Economy of Policy Change (Paperback): Tony Killick Aid and the Political Economy of Policy Change (Paperback)
Tony Killick
R1,500 Discovery Miles 15 000 Ships in 10 - 15 working days


This volume looks at the effectiveness of conditionality in structural adjustment programmes. Tony Killick charts the emergence of conditionality, and challenges the widely held assumption that it is a co-operative process, arguing that in fact it tends to be coercive and detrimental to development objectives. Through detailed case studies of twenty one recipient countries, he explores the key issues of:
* ownership
* role of agencies
* government objectives and the effects of policy.
The conclusion is that conditionality has been counterproductive to price stability, economic growth and investment.

The Economics of Discontent - From Failing Elites to The Rise of Populism (Paperback): Jean-Michel Paul The Economics of Discontent - From Failing Elites to The Rise of Populism (Paperback)
Jean-Michel Paul
R452 Discovery Miles 4 520 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Public Policy Disasters in Europe (Hardcover): Paul 't. Hart, Pat Gray Public Policy Disasters in Europe (Hardcover)
Paul 't. Hart, Pat Gray
R3,090 Discovery Miles 30 900 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book considers some recent and spectacular failures in policy-making and asks what is meant by policy 'disaster', the different forms that they can take and why they have occured. These issues are explored in nine contrasting cases drawn from both the European Union and its member states. These include: the devastating crisis in the Belgium political system following the exposure of a paedophile ring; the crisis in the Dutch fight against drugs; 'Mad Cows', the 'Arms to Iraq' affair in the UK; monetary union between West and East Germany; the Swedish monetary crisis of 1992; and the EU's common fisheries policy and policies towards civil war in Yugoslavia. This book is an excellent study of how and why policies can go wrong and highlights the limits of what governments can achieve in Western Europe.

French Foreign and Defence Policy, 1918-1940 - The Decline and Fall of a Great Power (Hardcover): Robert W. D Boyce French Foreign and Defence Policy, 1918-1940 - The Decline and Fall of a Great Power (Hardcover)
Robert W. D Boyce
R2,848 Discovery Miles 28 480 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

From 1918 to 1939 one issue dominated French foreign and defence policy: the German problem. This work outlines France's strategies for protection and appeasement during this period and places inter-war relations in a larger European context. With contributions from scholars in the field, it examines: relationships with key countries such as Italy and Russia; the significance of inter-war France to 20th-century European integration; the historical context of the policies; and the setbacks and defeats of the period and how they should be evaluated.

Britain and Italy, 1943-49 - The Decline of British Influence (Hardcover): Moshe Gat Britain and Italy, 1943-49 - The Decline of British Influence (Hardcover)
Moshe Gat
R960 R766 Discovery Miles 7 660 Save R194 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book examines British policy towards Italy from the fall of Mussolini on the 25th July 1943, to Italy's joining the North Atlantic alliance on the 4th April 1949.

The author shows that British policy as it was shaped prior to the Allied invasion of Italy in September 1943 was designed to weaken Italy to such an extent that it would never be able to engage in future aggression and would be subject to British hegemony.

That Britain was unable to carry through this strategy rested on the simple truth that the strategy was in inverse proportion to Britain's military, economic and political power.

The Americans believed that any foreign hegemony would disturb the international status quo and sow the seeds of a future conflict. The Americans had additional historical and domestic considerations -- a large concentration of Italian Americans and an election year was coming up. This disagreement between the Allies was to some extent mitigated by the Soviet Union's decision to resume diplomatic relations with Italy in March 1944, and Churchill's visit to Italy in August 1944 marked the beginning of a change in British strategy, namely to prevent Italy turning communist and to retain it within the western sphere of influence.

Britain did not deny Italy's strategic importance to the west, but found it hard to accept Italy's transformation from being a hostile country fighting alongside Nazi Germany, to an ally fulfilling a vital, albeit secondary role in a western alliance.

America: Our Next Chapter - Tough Questions, Straight Answers (Paperback): Chuck Hagel, Peter Kaminsky America: Our Next Chapter - Tough Questions, Straight Answers (Paperback)
Chuck Hagel, Peter Kaminsky
R352 R330 Discovery Miles 3 300 Save R22 (6%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Senator Chuck Hagel has long been admired by his colleagues on both sides of the Senate floor for his honesty, integrity, and common-sense approach to the challenges of our times. The "Los Angeles Times" has praised his "bold positions on foreign policy and national security" and wondered, "What's not to like?" In "America: Our Next Chapter," Nebraska-born Hagel offers a hard-hitting examination of the current state of our nation and provides substantial, meaningful proposals that can guide America back onto the right path.

In "America: Our Next Chapter," Hagel speaks the truth as he sees it--in a direct and refreshingly unvarnished manner. Basing his suggestions on thorough research and careful thought, as well as on personal insight from his years as a political insider, successful businessman, and decorated war hero, he discusses domestic issues--including the health care crisis, immigration, and Social Security and Medicare reform--and global climate change. He confronts foreign policy problems that the current administration has bungled or ignored, including China's growing economy; control of U.S. debt; India's and Pakistan's nuclear capabilities; and Iran's aggressive political, ideological, and nuclear stances. He decries the pervasive disease of third world poverty, arguing convincingly that this is where the real fight against terrorism must begin. Always true to the beliefs instilled in his childhood on the prairie, he speaks passionately about service--to one's country and to one's fellow citizens--as the path toward a renewed America. And, of course, he gives a candid examination of the debacle that is the Iraq War.

A staunch Republican yet a "hero to liberals"("Time"), Hagel asks the tough questions and delivers straight answers to America's most pressing problems. "America: Our Next Chapter" is a serious, honest, and, ultimately, optimistic look at our nation's future, from an American original.

Nature Conservation in Europe - Policy and Practice (Hardcover): Peter Bromley Nature Conservation in Europe - Policy and Practice (Hardcover)
Peter Bromley
R2,718 Discovery Miles 27 180 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Rio Summit has pointed to the urgency for the development of an international conservation policy, and the post-Maastricht debates in Europe have highlighted the need for the EU to reassess structural funding in nature conservation, as well as the influences on policy and practice. This text is a "route map" through the legislative and policy frameworks and explains how conservation works in Europe. It goes through the policies for nature conservation in the European Community and its constituent member states and sets out the mechanisms for delivering this policy. Practitioners in the fields of countryside, conservation and general land management should find this text a useful guide to the working of the EU, as well as helpful in appreciating their local role within the wider community objectives.

US Health Policy and Health Care Delivery - Doctors, Reformers, and Entrepreneurs (Paperback): Carl F. Ameringer US Health Policy and Health Care Delivery - Doctors, Reformers, and Entrepreneurs (Paperback)
Carl F. Ameringer
R552 Discovery Miles 5 520 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The unique composition and configuration of doctors and hospitals in the US is leading to a crisis in primary care provision. There are significantly more specialists than generalists, and many community hospitals and outpatient facilities are concentrated in affluent areas with high rates of comprehensive insurance coverage. These particular features present difficult challenges to policymakers seeking to increase access to care. Carl F. Ameringer shows why the road to universal healthcare is not built on universal finance alone. Policymakers in other countries successfully align finance with delivery to achieve better access, lower costs, and improved population health. This book explains how the US healthcare system developed, and why efforts to expand insurance coverage in the absence of significant changes to delivery will fuel higher costs without achieving the desired results.

British Government - A Reader in Policy Making (Paperback): Simon James British Government - A Reader in Policy Making (Paperback)
Simon James
R1,149 Discovery Miles 11 490 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This reader presents over 70 case studies of policy making in Whitehall and Westminster, combining newspaper coverage, official documents, academic analysis and the recollections of participants. Simon James demonstrates the various ways in which policy originates, the way it is shaped within Whitehall, the different modes of parliamentary control, and the problems of implementation and policy review. He illustrates civil servants' part in developing policy, ministers' relations with their departments and their colleagues, and the role of the Prime Minister and cabinet. Case studies help to examine cabinet committees, the influence of pressure groups and select committees as well as the consequences of independent inquiries, the impact of the European Community and the restraining power of parliament and the courts. The case studies range from national controversies such as the pits closure crisis and the "Satanic Verses" affair, through to the hidden side of policy making, including deals struck with pressure groups in Whitehall conference and wrangling in Brussels over the tax on whisky.

Palaces for the People - How Social Infrastructure Can Help Fight Inequality, Polarization, and the Decline of Civic Life... Palaces for the People - How Social Infrastructure Can Help Fight Inequality, Polarization, and the Decline of Civic Life (Paperback)
Eric Klinenberg
R419 R339 Discovery Miles 3 390 Save R80 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
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