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Sayeed, Adil ed., 1995, Workfare: Does It Work? Is It Fair ?, Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy.


Sayeed, Adil ed., 199505, Workfare: Does It Work? Is It Fair ?, Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy. 145p ISBN: 0886451655 [amazon]



◆Sayeed, Adil, 1995, “Introduction,”Adil Sayeed ed., Workfare: Does It Work? Is It Fair ?, Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 7-12.

◆Jacobs, Lesley A., 1995, “What Are the Normative Foundations of Workfare?,”Adil Sayeed ed., Workfare: Does It Work? Is It Fair ?, Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 13-37.

◆Noel, Alain, 1995, “The Politics of Workfare,”Adil Sayeed ed., Workfare: Does It Work? Is It Fair ?, Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 39-73.

◆Evans, Patricia M, 1995, “Linking Welfare to Jobs,”Adil Sayeed ed., Workfare: Does It Work? Is It Fair ?, Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 75-104.

◆Reynolds, Elisabeth B, “Subsidized Employment Programs and Welfare Reform: The Quebec Experience,”Adil Sayeed ed., Workfare: Does It Work? Is It Fair ?, Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 105-139.



■Contents

Foreword

◆Introduction

◆What Are the Normative Foundations of Workfare?

Introduction
Some Background on Workfare
 Values adn Public Policy
 A Workfare Program for Canada
Four Normative Arguments for Workfare
 The Argument from Desert
 The Argument from Self-Respect
 The Argument from Social Responsibility
 The Argument from Democratic Citizenship
Conclusion

◆The Politics of Workfare

Introduction
Arguments for Workfare
 Influencing Beneficiaries
 Influencing the Labour Market
 Reducing the Social Budget
 Responding to Voters' Demands
The Three Worlds of Workfare
Debating Workfare in Canada
Conclusion

◆Linking Welfare to Jobs

Introduction
Work Conditioning and Provincial Practices
 What Is Required?
 Who Are the Employables?
Contracting Welfare, Increasing Workfare?
Making Work Pay
 Improving Incentive through Income Support Programs
 Improving Employability
Work and Welfare: Sweden and the United States
Conclusion

◆Subsidized Employment Programs and Welfare Reform: The Quebec Experience

Introduction
Welfare Reform in Quebec
 The Two-Tier Welfare System
 A Profile of the APTE Population
 Categorization within APTE
The PAIE Program
 Profile of PAIE Participants
 Evaluation
 Rate of Integration into the Labour Force
 Employment after PAIE
 Jobs: Where? How Much? How Long?
 Substitution Effects
 Cost-Benefit Analysis
 Summary
Evaluations from the US
Conclusion


Appendix
Notes on Contributors



■メモ

・社会支援におかれる政治的な優先度が低いのは、複雑な労働市場プログラムへの投資を渋ることが反映されている。結果として、自由主義のジレンマ:「野心と、定期的に言明される行動目標と、不承不承の予算を確約することとの間の緊張」(55)
(Peck, Jamie and Nik Theodore, 2001, "Exporting Workfare/Importing Welfare-to-work: Exploring the Politics of Third Way Policy Transfer," Political Geography, 20: 431.で引用)


製作:小林勇人(立命館大学大学院先端総合学術研究科)
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