Readership: Scholars and students of Politics, Sociology, and Economics, especially those with an interest in the welfare state, welfare economics, political economy, social and public policy, EU studies, and comparative politics
Edited by Peter Taylor-Gooby, Professor of Social Policy, University of Kent at Canterbury
1: Peter Taylor-Gooby: New Risks and Social Change
2: Andreas Aust and Frank Boenker: New Risks in a Conservative Welfare State: The Case of Germany
3: Bruno Palier and Christelle Mandin: France: A New World of Welfare for New Social Risks?
4: Virpi Timonen: New Risks - Are They Still New for the Nordic Welfare States?
5: Peter Taylor-Gooby and Trine Pernille Larsen: The UK: A Test-Case of a Liberal Welfare State
6: Luis Moreno: Spain's Response to New Risks: A Farewell to 'Superwomen'
7: Giuliano Bonoli: Switzerland: Negotiating a new Welfare State in a Fragmented Political System
8: Trine Larsen and Peter Taylor-Gooby: New Risks at the EU level: A Spill-over from Open Market Policies?
9: Peter Taylor-Gooby: New Social Risks and Welfare States: New Paradigm and New Politics