- Title Pages
- 1 Mapping At-Risk-of-Poverty Rates, Household Employment, and Social Spending
- 2 The Evolution of Poverty in the European Union
- 3 Individual Employment, Household Employment, and Risk of Poverty in the European Union. A Decomposition Analysis
- 4 In-Work Poverty
- 5 Social Redistribution, Poverty, and the Adequacy of Social Protection
- 6 The Redistributive Capacity of Services in the European Union
- 7 Who Benefits from Investment Policies? The Case of Family Activation in European Countries
- 8 The Reform Capacities of European Welfare States
- 9 Identifying the Skeleton of the Social Investment State
- 10 Beyond Social Investment. Which Concepts and Values for Social Policy-making in Europe?
The Evolution of Public Social Spending 1985–2009
- Reconciling Work and Poverty Reduction
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