Welfare State at Risk - Dieter Eißel, Ewa Rokicka & Jeremy Leaman

Welfare State at Risk

By Dieter Eißel, Ewa Rokicka & Jeremy Leaman

  • Release Date - Published: 2013-11-19
  • Book Genre: Economics
  • Author: Dieter Eißel, Ewa Rokicka & Jeremy Leaman
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This book investigates the causes of inequalities that have developed in the European Union, analyzes their social and economic consequences, and assesses the political measures taken to address these issues – also on the basis of public survey results.

The detailed analyses presented focus on structures of inequality to be found in the areas education, culture, labor market, Internet access, families and children, gender, and the regions of the EU. The book also critically examines both the legal framework conditions and financial / taxation policy as instruments that can be used to either produce or combat inequality.

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