Families of Nations: Patterns of Public Policy in Western Democracies

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Francis Geoffrey Castles
Dartmouth, 1993 - Political Science - 353 pages
Introduces a perspective in comparative policy analysis - that the policy experience of particular groups of nations is shaped by ties of history, culture and institutional experience. Examples include poor economic performance in the English-speaking world and welfare leadership in Scandinavia.

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Worlds of Welfare and Families of Nations
93
Gendered Labour Force Participation
179
Beyond the Lonely NationState
329
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