- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- 1 Introduction Multiculturalism and the welfare state: Setting the context
- 2 Do multiculturalism policies erode the welfare state? An empirical analysis
- 3 ‘If you are my brother, I may give you a dime!’ Public opinion on multiculturalism, trust, and the welfare state
- 4 Multiculturalism and welfare policies in the USA: A state‐level comparative analysis
- 5 Is multiculturalism eroding support for welfare provision? The British case
- 6 The parallel decline of multiculturalism and the welfare state in the Netherlands
- 7 Multiculturalism in Germany: Rhetoric, scattered experiments, and future chances
- 8 Do campaigns for historical redress erode the Canadian welfare state?
- 9 Does the recognition of national minorities undermine the welfare state?
- 10 Multiculturalism versus neoliberalism in Latin America
- 11 Neoliberalism and the re-emergence of ethnopolitics in Bolivia
- 12 Multiculturalism and the welfare state: Theoretical reflection<sup>s</sup>
- 13 Population diversity, multiculturalism, and the welfare state: Should welfare state theory be revised?
- Name Index
- <i>Subject Index</i>
- Multiculturalism and the Welfare State
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