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Readership: Scholars and students of political science, the welfare state, social policy, and political economy, comparative politics and policy analysts.
Diane Sainsbury, Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science, Stockholm University
Diane Sainsbury was formerly Lars Hierta Professor of Political Science, Department of Political Science, Stockholm University. In 2009 she was Marie-Jahoda Guest Professor for International Women Studies at Ruhr University Bochum, Germany. Among her most recent publications are, 'Women's Political Representation in Sweden: Discursive Resources and Institutional Presence', in Mona Lena Krook and Sarah Childs (eds), Women, Gender, and Politics: A Reader (Oxford University Press, 2010), 'Sweden: The Feminization of
Poverty?' in Gertrude Schaffner Goldberg (ed.), Poor Women in Rich Countries (Oxford University Press, 2010), and 'Gender, Care and Welfare', in Georgina Waylen, Karen Celis, Johanna Kantola and Laurel Weldon (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Gender and Politics (forthcoming). She is Professor Emeritus, Stockholm University.
"A welcome, innovative addition to the literature ... Drawing on both welfare-state and international-migration literature, this is an essential read for scholars with an interest in political science and migration studies." - Sarah Hackett, Times Higher Education
"A grounding and impressive study. Both welfare state and immigration scholars will find much important material in this book." - Sofia A. Perez, ILR Review
List of Tables and Figures
1: Welfare States and Immigrant Rights
Part I: Immigrants' Social Rights In Comparative Perspective
2: Introduction to Part I
3: Liberal Welfare States and Immigrants' Social Rights
4: Conservative Corporatist Welfare States and Immigrants' Social Rights
5: Social Democratic Welfare States and Immigrants' Social Rights
6: with Ann Morissens: Immigrants' Social Rights across Welfare States
Part II: The Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion
7: Introduction to Part II
8: Liberal Welfare States and the Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion
9: Conservative Corporatist Welfare States and the Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion
10: Social Democratic Welfare States and the Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion
11: The Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion Compared
12: Conclusion: Immigrant Rights - a Challenge for Welfare States