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By Ive Marx

ISBN-10: 9053569251

ISBN-13: 9789053569252

Social scientists, politicians, and economists have lately been occupied with the concept the complicated welfare states of Europe face a “New Social Question.” The center proposal is that the transition from an business to a postindustrial surroundings has introduced with it an entire new set of social dangers, constraints, and trade-offs, which necessitate radical recalibration of social defense platforms. a brand new Social query? analyzes that query intensive, with specific cognizance to the matter of source of revenue safety and the problems dealing with Bismarckian welfare states. it is going to be worthy studying for someone drawn to realizing the way forward for eu social policy.About the AuthorIve Marx is examine fellow on the Centre for Social coverage on the collage of Antwerp, Belgium. [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]

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Individuals living in those households with the lowest levels of nec relative to their needs are considered to be the ‘truly poor’ (Garfinkel and Haveman 1977). , full-time, full-year market employment), and then summing up these estimates. This value is called the household’s gross earnings capacity (gec). , due to health, disability) and the expenses (child care) that would be required if all of a household’s working-age adults did work at capacity. This yields a household’s nec. If this exceeds the poverty line that household is considered to be self-reliant, if not, it is classified as ‘self-reliant poor’.

This was partly due to high inflation during this period, but also to an increase in the fiscal burden. The data also suggest that the high-skilled made up ground after 1985, so that the degree of inequality is now comparable to that of 1976. In other words, the most recent trend appears to be towards more inequality, after all, albeit at a modest pace. indd 46 8-12-2006 15:12:45 We can also shed some light – the same caveats still apply – on the question of whether inequality has increased more strongly at the household level than at the individual level.

2 Single adults No children Source: Analysis of LIS data. 1 The structure of poverty is the number of ‘poor’ individuals in each group as a percentage of all ‘poor’ individuals. 2 ‘Poor’ are individuals with equivalent income below 50 per cent of median equivalent disposable income. 2 No children Total households 4 Evidence for Belgium, with a Particular Focus on the Less-Skilled Why Belgium constitutes an interesting case There are few countries for which time series data is available that would allow us to gauge how the less-skilled have fared over the past few decades.

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