Elusive Solidarity in the French Welfare State

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1998 Number 9

Elusive Solidarity in the French Welfare State
John Crowley, pages -

Abstract

In current debates about the future of the welfare state the French case is of particular interest, since its welfare state originated with a different approach from the other prototypical welfare nations. John Crowley analyses the distinctiveness and contradictions of the French situation

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John Crowley (1998) Elusive Solidarity in the French Welfare State, Soundings, 1998(9), -

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