Readership: Scholars and students of political economy,
comparative politics, sociology, economics, and business
Edited by Fritz W. Scharpf, Director, Max Plank Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne, and Vivien A. Schmidt, Department of Political Science, Boston University
2: Martin Rhodes: Restructuring the British welfare state: Between domestic constraints and global imperatives
3: Herman Schwartz: Internationalization and two liberal welfare states: Australia and New Zealand
4: Giuliano Bonoli and André Mach: Switzerland: Adjustment politics within institutional constraints
5: Anton Hemerijck, Brigitte Unger, and Jelle Visser: How small countries negotiate change - twenty-five years of policy adjustment in Austria, the Netherlands and Belgium
6: Philip Manow and Eric Seils: Adjusting badly: The German welfare state, structural change, and the open economy
7: Jonah D. Levy: France: Directing adjustment?
8: Maurizio Ferrera and Elisabetta Gualmini: Italy: Rescue from without?
9: Mats Benner and Torben Bundgaard Vad: Sweden and Denmark: Defending the Welfare State
10: Mary Daly: A fine balance: Women's labor market participation in international comparison
11: Bernhard Ebbinghaus: Any way out of exit from work? Reversing the entrenched pathways of early retirement?
12: Adrienne Héritier and Susanne K. Schmidt: After liberalization: Public-interest services and employment in the utilities
13: Steffen Ganghof: Adjusting national tax policy to economic internationalization - strategies and outcomes