International Journal of Social Welfare, vol. 11, 2002, p.321-330
Article discusses the detail of transnational policy transfers and international consultancy advice in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Goes on to address a number of theoretical issues relating to the impact of globalisation on welfare regimes. Finally, outlines elements of an emerging anthropological research agenda which offers possibilities for promoting new democratic welfare regimes and envisions forms of access, voice and empowerment which much current transnational policy advice militates against.
A Booth and P Mosley (eds)
Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd, 2003
A collection of evaluative essays examining several dimensions of poverty and anti-poverty efforts, including change over time, intra-household relations and the influence of international economic policy. Attempts to reduce poverty in many areas have been hampered by inequality, civil conflict, institutional gaps and turbulence in the international financial system.
G Esping-Andersen et al
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002
This book aims to promote a better understanding of the key welfare issues that will have to be faced in future years. It focuses on four areas: