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Besharov, Douglas J., Peter Germanis, Jay Hein, Donald K. Jonas, and Amy L. Sherman, 200105, Ending Dependency: Lessons from Welfare Reform in the USA, London: The Institute for the Study of Civil Society.


Besharov, Douglas J., Peter Germanis, Jay Hein, Donald K. Jonas, and Amy L. Sherman, 200105, Ending Dependency: Lessons from Welfare Reform in the USA, London: The Institute for the Study of Civil Society. (with an introduction by Alan Deacon) 8+102p $16.95(PB) ISBN-10: 1903386128 [amazon]



◆Deacon, Alan, 200105, "The Realities of Welfare Reform: Some Home Truths from the USA?," Besharov, Douglas J., Peter Germanis, Jay Hein, Donald K. Jonas, and Amy L. Sherman, Ending Dependency: Lessons from Welfare Reform in the USA, London: The Institute for the Study of Civil Society, 1-11.

◆Jonas, Donald K., 200105, "The Florida Devolution Model: Lessons from the WAGES Welfare Reform Experiment," Besharov, Douglas J., Peter Germanis, Jay Hein, Donald K. Jonas, and Amy L. Sherman, Ending Dependency: Lessons from Welfare Reform in the USA, London: The Institute for the Study of Civil Society, 12-35.

◆Sherman, Amy L., 200105, "Milwaukee After W-2," Besharov, Douglas J., Peter Germanis, Jay Hein, Donald K. Jonas, and Amy L. Sherman, Ending Dependency: Lessons from Welfare Reform in the USA, London: The Institute for the Study of Civil Society, 36-59.

◆Besharov, Douglas J. and Peter Germanis, 200105, "Welfare Reform: Four Years Later," Besharov, Douglas J., Peter Germanis, Jay Hein, Donald K. Jonas, and Amy L. Sherman, Ending Dependency: Lessons from Welfare Reform in the USA, London: The Institute for the Study of Civil Society, 60-81.

◆Hein, Jay, 200105, "New York Reformed: How New York was Transformed from US Welfare Capital to Reform's Epicentre," Besharov, Douglas J., Peter Germanis, Jay Hein, Donald K. Jonas, and Amy L. Sherman, Ending Dependency: Lessons from Welfare Reform in the USA, London: The Institute for the Study of Civil Society, 82-101.


■Contents

The Authors

Introduction The Realities of Welfare Reform: Some Home Truths from the USA?
 The Impact of Reform / Abolition or Paternalism? / Lessons for the UK?

The Florida Devolution Model: Lessons from the WAGES Welfare Reform Experiment
 Introduction / The Florida Laboratory / Florida Philosophy (Work first with time-lmits / Local control and local Accountability for local results / Reaching out beyond the public sector walls) / WAGES Makes an Impact / Neo-genesis of Florida Welfare Reform: Preparing for the Future / Conclusion

Milwaukee After W-2
 The W-2 Revolution / How W-2 Works / What's Happened in Milwaukee? / Off to Work We Go / Getting Behind the Numbers / W-2's Ripple Effects / Troubled Cases / Causes of Hardship / Complaints and their Legitimacy / The Need for Hand-holding / The Key to Success / Exporting W-2

Welfare Reform: Four Years Later
 Welfare's Rise and Fall / The End of Welfare As We Know It / The Hassle Factor / Work Pays / Explaining the Decline / Leaving Welfare Without Working / Other Sources of Support / Assessing 'Welfare Reform'

New York Reformed How New York was Transformed from US Welfare Capital to Reform's Epicentre
 Introduction / War on Poverty Ground Zero / Beyond Workfare / Implementation / No Final Victory / Conclusion

Index




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