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The Politics of Minimum Income

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Description

Minimum income schemes (MIS) have become key social protection institutions for European citizens, but we know little regarding the logic and dynamics of institutional change in this policy field. This book provides an analytical model that will facilitate an understanding of the scope and direction of recent reforms, offering insight into the conditions under which minimum income schemes are introduced, expanded or retrenched.

Natili presents a comparative analysis of policy trajectories of minimum income schemes in Italy and Spain between the mid-1980s and 2015. Although these two countries had similar points of departure, and faced comparable functional pressures and institutional constraints, they experienced remarkably different developments in this policy field in the last two decades. This comparative analysis provides empirical evidence of the impacts of different types of credit-claiming dynamics resulting from the interaction of socio-political demand with political supply. The Politics of Minimum Income also assesses the reform processes both in countries that have introduced MIS in the age of austerity (such as Portugal) and in countries that have retrenched them (Austria and Denmark).



Natili's theory will always be worth considering as a possible explanation for policy events, so it is a theory that those who study the political feasibility of Citizen's Basic Income should be aware of. (Citizen's Income newsletter, Issue 2, 2019)



Auteur

Marcello Natili is a Post-doc at the University of Milan, member of the European Social Policy Network and of the Welfare Laboratory at Centro Einaudi, Turin. His works have been published in journals such as Journal of European Social Policies, European Societies, Italian Journal of Public Policy, Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy, Social Policies / Politiche Sociali.



Contenu

1. The Politics of Minimum Income in the Age of Austerity: An Introduction.- 2. Groups, Parties, and Credit-Claiming Dynamics. The Politics of Minimum Income in the Age of Austerity.- 3. Minimum Income Protection in Italy and Spain.- 4. Regional Minimum Income Schemes in Italy: The Cases of Friuli Venezia Giulia and Lazio.- 5. Regional Minimum Income Schemes in Spain: The Cases of the Community of Madrid and Castile and León.- 6. Explaining Policy Trajectories of Regional Minimum Income Schemes in Italy and Spain.- 7. Credit-Claiming Dynamics and Minimum Income Reforms in the Age of Austerity. 

Informations sur le produit

Titre: The Politics of Minimum Income
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9783319962108
ISBN: 978-3-319-96210-8
Format: Livre Relié
Genre: Sciences sociales en général
nombre de pages: 318
Poids: 558g
Taille: H25mm x B218mm x T150mm
Année: 2019
Auflage: 1st ed. 2019