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From the Publisher“An important resource for scholars investigating the role of domestic politics in modifying the impact of globalization. Additionally, the depth of the case studies will be extremely useful for scholars in comparative politics and, of course, for those studying changes in social welfare policies in both the developing and the developed states.”
—International Studies Review
"By linking an analysis of rich and poor country welfare states, Glatzer and Rueschemeyer show that glib forecasts of the welfare state's death are greatly exaggerated."
—Herman Schwartz, University of Virginia
"The study of the welfare state is breaking out of its European shell. This collection combines a strong focus on the consequences of globalization while extending the scope of comparative analysis to Latin America, East Asia, and the former socialist states. Drawing on the top scholars in the field, this is a first-rate volume."
—Stephan Haggard, University of California, San Diego