Testing the limits of the metaphor: fordist and post-fordist life cycles in Australia and New Zealand.
.. the fact that Australia and New Zealand are atypical in the way they deliver social policy outcomes does not mean that they are necessarily weakly developed welfare states. On the contrary, for much of this century, these countries have had strong claims to be welfare states, but welfare states built on institutional foundations in many ways quite different from those of Western Europe and Scandinavia. They have been, moreover, welfare states which matured rather earlier than was the case in...[Show more]
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