- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Differing notions of social welfare? Britain and Germany compared
- 3 Fairness and social provision: qualitative evidence from Germany and the UK
- 4 Challenges of ethnic diversity: results from a qualitative study
- 5 Family policy: striving for sustainability
- 6 Increasing returns: the new economy of family policy in Britain and Germany
- 7 Family-friendly working time policy in Germany and the United Kingdom
- 8 Cross-national perspectives on firm-level family policies: Britain, Germany, and the US compared
- 9 Towards German liberalism and British social democracy: the evolution of two public occupational pension regimes from 1945 to 2009
- 10 The impact of the new public and private pension settlements in Britain and Germany on citizens’ income in old age
- 11 Can personal pensions bridge the savings gap? Regulation and performance of personal pensions in Great Britain and Germany
- 12 Higher education and graduate employment: the importance of occupational specificity in Germany and Britain
- 13 From unemployment programmes to ‘work first’: is German labour market policy becoming British?
- 14 Conclusion: parallel paths, great similarities, remaining differences
- Converging Worlds of Welfare?
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