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Labour and development: What can be learnt from the Nordic Model?
 
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Doradca, Norweski Związek Pracowników Ogólnych i Municypalnych
Publication date: 2020-06-07
 
Problemy Polityki Społecznej 2009;12:145–165
 
ABSTRACT
The article analyses the roots of the welfare state as a social model developed in particular historical context. It also questions the simplifi ed concepts of the welfare state, refers to the genesis of the crisis of the Scandinavian model and presents the consequences of the neoliberal offensive – such as “brutalistation of work” – eroding its key achievements. It recommends the labour movement to: defend the welfare state achievements, to fi ght against the international institutionalization of neo-liberalism, as well as for the democratization and further development of social services/institutions in joint efforts of consumers and the producers.
 
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