The OECD and the Spanish Welfare State: rise and stagnation
[La OCDE y el estado de bienestar en España: Auge y estancamiento]
Despite the OECD being one of the world’s pre-eminent organizations, little is known about how it influences its members. Moreover, of the existing literature on the OECD, scant attention has been paid to Spain. This paper provides fresh research, by analyzing the example of the establishment of the Spanish Welfare State in the context of the OECD policies. It finds that, whilst the OECD can be credited for reshaping economic policy in Spain, it was less effective in influencing social developments.
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