G. Sundström and M. Angeles Tortosa
Ageing and Society, vol. 19, 1999, p. 343-361
In Sweden, the previously very extensive programmes of old-age care have been cut. The government has been reducing home-help services and experimenting with privatisation. Spain, in contrast has been expanding services, which are mostly public. In both countries, measures of rationing have been introduced, and these have created problems and inequalities.