Author(s): James Lee
The Crisis of Welfare in East Asia adopts a singular and important point of view on fresh social welfare insurance policies in East Asia. This edited quantity displays on present welfare theories and demanding situations the dominant productivist ideology that overemphasizes the affect of labor and circle of relatives. James Lee and Kam-Wah Chan deliver in combination authors from other social coverage domain names to supply an up to date overview of inadequacies and boundaries in present social insurance policies in addition to the problematic theories guiding them. The authors demystify the so-called ‘East Asian Welfare Model’ and reengage themselves within the identity of an acceptable welfare ideology, which incorporates a selective integration of social coverage and financial construction. The Crisis of Welfare in East Asia is a dynamic and enlightening learn that may pastime scholars of public coverage and the ones taken with welfare capitalism.