Incentives in the Welfare-State; Lessons for Would-Be Welfare-States
This paper deals with economic incentives and welfare-state arrangements in OECD countries; it also offers some lessons for would- be welfare states. These arrangements differ, of course, among countries. In particular, there is a wide variation in the extent to which countries rely on four basic institutions: the state, the firm, the family and the market.
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