Table of contents for The comparative political economy of the welfare state / Thomas Janoski, Alexander M. Hicks.

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1. Methodological innovations in comparative political economy: an introduction
Part I. Time-Series Analysis: 2. Introduction to time-series analysis
3. Direct state intervention in the labour market: the explanation of active labour market policy from 1950 to 1988 in social democratic, conservative and liberal regimes
4. Quality of quantity in comparative/historical analysis: temporarily changing wage labour regimes in the United States and Sweden
5. The politics of public and private investment in Britain
Part II. Polled Time-Series and Cross-Sectional Analysis: 6. Introduction to pooling
7. The social democratic corporatist model of economic performance in short- and medium-run perspective
8. National variation in the fortunes of labour: a pooled and cross-sectional analysis of the impact of economic crisis in advanced capitalist nations
Part III. Event History Analysis: 9. Introduction to event history methods
10. Welfare state development in a world system context: event history analysis of first social insurance legislation among 60 countries, 1880-1960
11. British and French political institutions and the patterning of decolonisation
Part IV. Boolean Analysis: 12. Introduction to qualitative comparative analysis
13. A qualitative analysis of pension systems
14. The politics of social security: on regressions, qualitative comparisons and cluster analysis
15. Conclusion: quo vadis political economy? Theory and methodology in the comparative analysis of the welfare state.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Welfare economics, Welfare state, Comparative economics