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The Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany

Wolfgang J. Mommsen

The Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany

by Wolfgang J. Mommsen

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Published by Routledge Kegan & Paul .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Government And Social Welfare,
  • Great Britain,
  • Germany,
  • Social policy,
  • Welfare state

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages443
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7779608M
    ISBN 100709917104
    ISBN 109780709917106

    Germany - Germany - Health and welfare: Germany’s system of social benefits is among the world’s most elaborate and all-embracing. A pioneer in establishing social welfare benefits, imperial Germany in the s became the first country to provide health and accident insurance, workers’ and employees’ benefits and pensions, and miners’ insurance. An established introductory textbook that provides students with a full overview of British social policy and social ideas since the late eighteenth century. Derek Fraser’s authoritative account is the essential starting point for anyone learning about how and why Britain created the first Welfare State, and its development into the twenty-first century. This is an ideal core text for.

    In Britain the liberals originally achieved their aims for welfare state development with the Poor Law Act that finally replaced the long lasting but no longer effective act of Following the new act the poor were put in workhouses where they had to work in return for being housed and fed (O’Brien and Penna, , p. 21). Having done this, the book?s second key aim is to investigate the different paths taken by the two countries between and and to explain, in the light of this, why social insurance has ended up playing a much smaller role in the long-term development of welfare policy in Britain than it has in Germany.

    The Foundations of the Welfare State, Part I, London: Edward Elgar Publishers. Pierson,C. () Beyond the Welfare State: The New Political Economy of Welfare (Polity Press) Pierson,P. (). The New Politics of the Welfare State, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Thane, () The Foundations of the Welfare State in Britain (Longman).   This book is a comparative study of the origins of the welfare state in England and Germany from to Peter Hennock analyses policies on social security and the public provision of medical care, dealing with public poor relief, industrial injury, with sickness, invalidity and old age, and with : E. P. Hennock.


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The Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany by Wolfgang J. Mommsen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Originally published in The Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany is an edited collection on the history and future prospects of the modern welfare state. It attempts to pave the way for an analysis of the problems of the welfare state and its historical origins, and the likely future that transcends the nation-state orientated historical accounts.

Book Description. Originally published in The Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany is an edited collection on the history and future prospects of the modern welfare state. It attempts to pave the way for an analysis of the problems of the welfare state and its historical origins, and the likely future that transcends the nation-state orientated historical accounts.

Originally published in The Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany is an edited collection on the history and future prospects of the modern welfare state. It attempts to pave the way for an analysis of the problems of the welfare state and its historical origins, and the likely future that transcends the nation Pages: The Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany.

The Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany book. Edited By Wolfgang Mommsen. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 20 July Pub. location London. Imprint : Wolfgang Mommsen. Originally published in The Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany is an edited collection on the history and future prospects of the modern welfare state.

It attempts to pave the way for an analysis of the problems of the welfare state and its historical origins, and the likely future that transcends the nation-state orientated historical by: The Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany, Wolfgang J. Mommsen, Wolfgang Mock Croom Helm, Jan 1, - Social Science - pages.

The Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany Edited by W.J. Mommsen in collaboration with Wolfgang Mock CROOM HELM LONDON ON BEHALF OF THE GERMAN HISTORICAL INSTITUTE.

Ergebnisse für Ihre Preissuche nach The Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany. Welfare Before the Twentieth Century. By the 20th century, Britain had put into effect its modern Welfare State.

However, the history of social welfare in Britain did not begin in this era: Social groups and the various governments had spent centuries trying different ways to deal with the sick, the poor, the unemployed, and other people struggling with poverty.

This article offers a perspective on the early origins of the welfare state by focusing on the emergence of the institutions of social insurance in the countries of the European cultural complex including the European (British) settler nations. Then, it explores the early period of social insurance and protection developments until the end of World War II, and points to variations in timing.

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Mommsen, Wolfgang Mock Date Publisher Croom Helm on behalf of the German Historical Institute Pub place London ISBNPreview. This item appears on. List: HIH Section: Further Reading Next. Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany by Mommsen, Wolfgang J.

[Editor] and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book examines employee welfare in British and German companies from the 19th century through to the present day.

Tracing the history of employee welfare, this comparative study reveals new issues beyond the dominant focus on the welfare state, showing that companies are an integral part of welfare systems with surprisingly few differences between the UK and Germany.

The emergence of the welfare state in Britain and Germany, – (Taylor & Francis, ). Slater, Tom. "The myth of “Broken Britain”: welfare reform and the production of ignorance." Antipode (): – online; Weiler, Peter. The New Liberalism: Liberal Social Theory in Great Britain, – (Routledge, Get this from a library.

The Emergence of the welfare state in Britain and Germany, [Wolfgang J Mommsen; Wolfgang Mock; German Historical Institute in London.;]. Society & social sciences Social services & welfare, criminology Social welfare & social services Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany Taylor & Francis Ltd; This book investigates why people are willing to support an institutional arrangement that realises large-scale redistribution of wealth between social groups of society.

Steffen Mau introduces the concept of 'the moral economy' to show that acceptance of welfare exchanges rests on moral assumptions and ideas of social justice people adhere to. Analysing both the institution of welfare and the. In the burgeoning literature on welfare regimes and typologies, this comparative study offers a stimulating new perspective.

Kaufmann, the doyen of the sociology of social policy in Germany, emphasizes norms, culture and history, in contrast to political economy approaches.

Comparing Britain. Get this from a library. The Emergence of the welfare state in Britain and Germany, [Wolfgang J Mommsen;]. Until the early 19th century Germany, a federation of numerous states of varying size and development, retained its pre-industrial character, where trade centered around a number of free imperial the extensive development of the railway network during the s, rapid economic growth and modernisation sparked the process of industrialisation.Book Search Engine Can Find The Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany, by Mommsen, W.

J. (ed.) ABOUT TRUST ONLINE The Emergence of the Welfare State in Britain and Germany,   In Britain, the state sought to register and regulate the friendly societies in the nineteenth century, only introducing state pensions and health insurance in the early twentieth century.

In Germany, by contrast, the role of autonomous working-class institutions was far more circumscribed as the state introduced compulsory provident funds.