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The concept of the welfare state and typologies of welfare regimes: A review
 
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Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences Karamanoglu Mehmetbey University
AUTOR DO KORESPONDENCJI
Mehmet Atilla Güler   

Mehmet Atilla Güler, Karamanoglu Mehmetbey University, Faculty of Economics of Administrative Sciences No: 328, Karaman-Turkey; author’s email address: atillaguler@ kmu.edu.tr
Data publikacji: 11-05-2020
 
Problemy Polityki Społecznej 2019;47:113–130
 
SŁOWA KLUCZOWE
STRESZCZENIE ARTYKUŁU
Państwo opiekuńcze opisuje strukturę, która w pełni zinstutucjonalizowała się po II wojnie światowej. Wśród badań dotyczących państwa opiekuńczego szczególne miejsce zajmują analizy skoncentrowane na klasyfikacji. Pierwsze badania na ten temat koncentrowały się głównie na poziomie wydatków socjalnych, zakresie systemów zabezpieczenia społecznego i świadczeniu usług opieki społecznej w różnych krajach. Ogólnie przyjęte podejście do klasyfikacji państw opiekuńczych czerpie z prac przeprowadzonych przez Esping-Andersena w 1990 r., a następnie—podejścia zaktualizowanego przez autora w 1999 r. Niniejszy artykuł przeglądowy ma na celu usystematyzowanie badań nad klasyfikacją państw opiekuńczych. Prezentuje badania prekursorskie z tego zakresu, a następnie—podejście rozwinięte przez Esping-Andersena. W ostatniej części artykułu zaprezentowana jest krytyka modeli Esping-Andersena.
 
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